Skill Training Scheme

The Haryana Government has launched the Skill Training Scheme under the Haryana AatmaNirbhar Textile Policy 2022-25 to enhance workforce skills in textile MSMEs. It offers up to 50% subsidy to establish Common Facility Training Centres, focusing on skill development across various textile processes. This initiative aims to boost productivity, employability, and competitiveness in Haryana's textile sector, contributing to its economic growth

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Haryana's Skill Training Scheme: Enhancing Capabilities in the Textile SectorIntroductionAs part of the Haryana AatmaNirbhar Textile Policy 2022-25, the Haryana Government has introduced the Skill Training Scheme aimed at enhancing the skill set of the workforce in textile MSMEs. This initiative supports the establishment of Common Facility Training and Capacity Building Centres to improve productivity and address the skilled labor needs of the textile industry, which is a significant employer in the state after agriculture.Objectives and Quantum of AssistanceThe scheme's primary objectives include:? Addressing the skilled workforce requirements of the textile MSMEs by financially aiding the setup of common training facilities.? Increasing employability by providing diverse skill training in the textile and apparel sectors.? Financial assistance under the scheme includes a subsidy of 50% of the total project cost, with a maximum of INR 2 Crore in 'B' category blocks, INR 5 Crore in 'C' category blocks, and INR 10 Crore in 'D' category blocks. This subsidy is provided to the Implementing Agency (IA) responsible for setting up the training facilities. Costs for land and building are not included in the total project cost.Implementing Agency (IA)The Implementing Agency can be a group of at least five textile MSMEs forming a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), industry associations, skill development councils, government departments, self-help groups (SHGs), or NGOs. These agencies are tasked with creating and executing the common facility training centres.Eligibility CriteriaEligible entities include groups of textile MSMEs that have filed the required Udhyam Registration Certificate (URC) and Haryana Udhyam Memorandum (HUM). These groups must form an SPV as a Section 8 Company to set up and run the proposed training centres. The training facilities must be housed in owned or long-term leased premises of the IA.Application and DocumentationApplications for the scheme must be submitted online with a Detailed Project Report (DPR) and a Background Verification form. The application process is rigorous, requiring thorough documentation and verification to ensure the legitimacy and feasibility of the proposed training centres.Procedure for Disbursement and AppealsThe scheme provides detailed guidelines for fund disbursement, which is conducted in two stages and requires substantial documentation, including expenditure proofs and a physical site inspection. Appeals against decisions made by the competent authorities can be made, ensuring fairness and accountability.Monitoring and EvaluationThe State Level Steering Committee for Textile oversees the scheme's implementation, ensuring that the training centres are set up within the specified timelines and operate for a minimum of five years. Regular monitoring and evaluations are conducted to assess the progress and effectiveness of the training centres.ConclusionThe Skill Training Scheme is a strategic initiative by the Haryana Government to fortify the textile sector's workforce by enhancing skills and increasing employability. Through financial support and structured implementation, the scheme aims to boost the productivity and competitiveness of textile enterprises in the state, contributing to broader economic growth and development.Rapid Consulting's Role in Facilitating the ProcessRapid Consulting offers comprehensive services to assist textile MSMEs in Haryana under the 'Skill Training Scheme' outlined in the Haryana AatmaNirbhar Textile Policy 2022-25. They guide enterprises through the process of understanding the scheme's eligibility requirements, forming Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs), preparing and submitting applications, and ensuring compliance with the scheme�s guidelines to maximize benefits for setting up common facility training centers.Impact of the Scheme on Haryana's Industrial GrowthThe scheme boosts Haryana's textile sector by addressing the skilled workforce needs through financial support for setting up training centers. By enhancing workforce skills in textile manufacturing, the scheme aims to increase productivity, employability, and the overall competitiveness of the industry, thus supporting the state�s economic growth.Future Prospects and EnhancementsFuture enhancements could include increasing the subsidy amounts, extending the eligibility to more textile-related enterprises, or expanding the types of training programs offered. Integrating this scheme with other industrial or educational initiatives could further enhance the development of a skilled workforce in Haryana.FAQs? What is the Skill Training Scheme?This scheme offers up to 50% subsidy for setting up common facility training centers in textile and apparel sectors, aimed at skill enhancement of the textile workforce.? Who is eligible for this scheme?Groups of textile MSMEs that form an SPV or other designated Implementing Agencies (IAs) like industry associations or government bodies are eligible.? How does an enterprise apply for this scheme?Applications must be submitted online with a detailed project report and background verification form. The process involves approval by a state-level steering committee.? What are the financial benefits of participating in this scheme?Eligible projects can receive up to 50% of project costs as a subsidy, with a cap varying by the category of the location (up to INR 10 crore).? What happens if incorrect information is provided in the application?Incorrect information can lead to severe penalties, including the repayment of the subsidy with interest, legal actions, and exclusion from future state incentives.? How does Rapid Consulting assist in this process?Rapid Consulting manages the entire application process, from forming SPVs to securing approvals and disbursing subsidies, ensuring that enterprises can establish and operate training centers effectively and efficiently."Target Sectors in HaryanaThe "Skill Training Scheme" supports the textile sector across Haryana, particularly focusing on micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs). This initiative aims to enhance the skills of the workforce within the textile industry, addressing the need for continuous training on new technologies and trends.Eligibility for Existing Businesses and New VenturesTo qualify, a group of textile enterprises must have a valid Udhyam Registration Certificate (URC) and Haryana Udhyam Memorandum (HUM). These enterprises must form a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) to set up and manage a Common Facility Training Centre (CFTC). Eligible entities also include industry associations, government departments, NGOs, and self-help groups capable of implementing training programs.Integration with Other Subsidies and IncentivesThis scheme is part of the Haryana AatmaNirbhar Textile Policy 2022-25, which integrates with the broader Haryana Enterprises and Employment Policy-2020. The policy aims to foster skill development in the textile sector to ensure sustained industrial growth and productivity enhancement.Application ProcessApplications must be submitted online through the designated MSME portal. The process includes submitting a Detailed Project Report (DPR) and a Background Verification form. The State Level Steering Committee for Textile (SLSC-Textile) evaluates and approves projects based on documented guidelines.Geographical Preferences in HaryanaFinancial support varies by the category of the block where the textile unit is located, with a focus on facilitating development in less economically developed areas ('B', 'C', and 'D' category blocks). This geographical preference aims to promote equitable development across the state.SummaryThe Skill Training Scheme offers significant incentives to textile MSMEs in Haryana to establish training facilities that enhance workforce skills. By subsidizing up to 50% of the project costs, the scheme supports the creation of common facilities that provide specialized training in various textile processes, contributing to the sector�s competitiveness and the state's economic growth.Why Choose Rapid Consulting?? Specialized Expertise: Our team at Rapid Consulting boasts in-depth knowledge of subsidy scheme, ensuring you get the most out of your investment.? End-to-End Assistance: From initial assessment to final application, we manage the entire process, making it seamless and hassle-free for your business.? Maximized Benefits: We ensure that you fully leverage the financial incentives available, boosting your company's growth and profitability.Our comprehensive assistance includes:? Consultation and Eligibility Assessment: We provide expert consultation to assess clients' eligibility for the Skill Training Scheme under the Haryana AatmaNirbhar Textile Policy 2022-25. This includes evaluating their current training facilities, workforce skill levels, and identifying necessary upgrades for technological modernization.? Documentation Preparation: Our team assists in compiling all necessary documentation required for setting up a Common Facility Training Centre (CFTC). This includes the preparation of Detailed Project Reports, Background Verification forms, and securing necessary certifications and permits.? Application Management: We manage the entire application process, ensuring accurate completion of documents and timely submission. Our experts liaise with various government bodies and technical institutions to streamline the submission process and address any queries during the application review.? Negotiation and Follow-up: We handle negotiations and follow-ups with the State Level Steering Committee for Textile and other authorities on behalf of our clients to ensure a smooth application review process and maximize approval chances.? Subsidy Disbursement: Upon approval, we facilitate the disbursement of the subsidy amount to our clients through the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) model. We ensure all procedural formalities are completed efficiently for timely receipt of funds.? Post-Subsidy Support: Our services extend beyond subsidy acquisition. We provide ongoing support, including assistance with the operational management of the training center, compliance management, and ensuring that the training center meets its targets and remains functional for the required period.Rapid Consulting's expertise in navigating subsidy schemes and commitment to client success make us the ideal partner for textile industries in Haryana seeking to enhance their workforce's skills and adapt to modern technologies.How to Reach Us:? Website: Visit our official website for detailed information, service offerings, and to schedule an online consultation.? Direct Contact: Call us at +91-9467248028/9416506136 or email info@rapidconsulting.in to discuss your needs directly with our experts.? Office Visit: Our offices are open for in-person consultations at 134, Rapid Consulting, First floor Below Paysam Restaurant, Near Samsung Care. Lajpat Nagar, Rajgarh Road Hisar, Haryana-125001. Here, you can meet with our consultants who can provide personalized guidance tailored to your business's specific circumstances.Engage with Rapid Consulting today to leverage their expertise in enhancing your business's financial and operational performance through the Collateral Free Credit Guarantee Scheme and other beneficial state initiatives. Whether online, over the phone, or in person, Rapid Consulting is ready to assist you in advancing your business goals in Haryana.

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