Prime Minister Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP)
The Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Progrmme (PMEGP) has been announced on 15 August, 2008 and launched in place of REGP and PMRY schemes, is yet another national effort in solving the problem of unemployment through provision of institutional finance to the economically weaker sections among the educated unemployed youth to set up micro enterprises. As compared to the other major programmes of self-employment not only the bank loaning under the programme is substantial but also initial reports indicates that the performance on an aggregate is fairly successful with a comparatively higher rate of loan recovery. In order to sustain this pace and also improve the over-all efficiency, various organizations like KVIC, KVIB and DIC involved in the implementation of the scheme need to share their opportunities, successes and challenges.
Officials of Directorate of Industries, Officials of KVIC, Officials of KVIB and Bank officials
- To review, understand and appreciate the issues and constraints experienced at the field and at the monitoring levels in the implementation of the scheme.
- To evolve a plan of action through suitable remedial measures and mechanism of resolving points of conflicts between implementing agencies and
- To ensure greater and effective participation of other developmental agencies, NGOs, Industry and Trade Associations, Development/ Financial Institutions for SC/ST/Backward/Women/Minorities etc. in the implementation of the scheme.
Rs. 5000/- (Residential)(18% GST as applicable).
The fee covers cost of tuition, reading material, boarding and lodging. It does not cover travel costs of participants. Fee once paid shall not be refunded. However, a substitute may be permitted.
For further details contact:
Mr. K. Surya Prakash Goud
School of Enterprise Development