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About ITFT

Institute of Technology and Future Management Trends came into being on 10th April, 1994. Our honest endeavor primarily revolves around bracing up students for the bigger professional world. We understand the need of the hour is to realize the significance of human resource requirements. Hence, we prepare our youth to live up to the ever evolving corporate wish lists. ITFT specializes in imparting extensive and valuable education and practical knowledge in students. Skills Development is the need of the hour and ITFT understands that need.

ITFT predominantly focuses on coaching its students to keep up with the domestic and global competitive market. We like to mention ourselves as an educational sanctuary cultivating budding professionals for the real corporate world. We take constant initiatives to provide multi dimensional exposure to ITFTians through theme based shows, theater, exhibitions, expositions, trade fairs, conferences, conventions, to upgrade their analytical skills and overall personality.

About DDU-GKY

Skills development is an area that spans across all sectors of the economy. From manufacturing to services and agriculture, skilled labour is a key requirement to fuel the growth engine of any economy. The key stakeholders in skills development are the Industry (both the Service and the Manufacturing sectors), labour, Academia, and the Government.

The Government of India has set an ambitious target for providing skill training to 500 million of its youth by 2022, which is in line with the estimated demand for skilled manpower over the next decade. As per the 2011 Census, India has 55 million potential workers between the ages of 15 and 35 years in rural areas.

Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDU-GKY), the skill training and placement program of the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), occupies a unique position amongst other skill training programmes, due to its focus on the rural poor youth and its emphasis on sustainable employment through the prominence and incentives given to post-placement tracking, retention and career progression. It evolved out of the need to diversify incomes of the rural poor and to cater to the occupational aspirations of rural youth. DDU-GKY has its origins in Aajeevika Skills and the ‘Special Projects’ component of the Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY).

DDU-GKY follows a 3-tier implementation model. The DDU-GKY National Unit at MoRD is the agency responsible for national policy-making, funding, technical support and facilitation. The DDU-GKY State Skill Missions embedded in general within the State Rural Livelihood Missions (SRLMs), are envisioned to play a central role in providing co-funding and implementation support to DDU-GKY in the state; and the Project Implementing Agencies (PIAs) who implement the programme through skill training and placement projects.

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