CM Chauhan Launches the Yuva Portal
BHOPAL: 23rd March which marks three years of Shiv Singh Chauhan-led govt Madhya Pradesh saw the organizatio of Youth Mahapanchayat which was held at Motilal Nehru Stadium in Bhopal on Thursday.
More than two lakh youths across Madhya Pradesh participated in the event physically and virtually. Minister of State Education Inder Singh Parmar, Sports, and Youth Welfare Minister, and Medical Education Minister were present at the event.
During the event, CM Chauhan launched the youth policy and released the Yuva portal as a part of the policy.
1. The portal aims to keep the students connected with government schemes, resources, and job updates. Youths can get information on health, education, sports, and cultural activities from the portal.
2. Through this portal, students can also get in touch with mentors and seek career counseling.
3. The policy aims to bridge the skill gap in youngsters and make them more corporate-ready.
4. Under the policy, a ‘Yuva Aayog’ could be reconstituted. The council will comprise young achievers who will work on youth beneficiary ideas throughout the year.
The policy came into existence after being deliberated vigorously. Around 10,000 youths–including teachers, lawyers, farmers, doctors, CAs, and engineers, across the state for seeking suggestions on the policy.
The CM during the event also felicitated young achievers of the state.
Chouhan chaired a meeting with some of his ministers and senior officials at his residence late on Wednesday. “The BJP government has successfully completed a three-year tenure. On the lines of ‘Teen saal bemisal’, various programs will be organized from March 23 to April 10,” Home Minister Narottam Mishra, who is also the spokesperson of the Chouhan government, told the media after the meeting.