‘SKEWPY landmark initiative’
New Delhi, June 18: Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission, Dr Montek Singh Ahluwalia has described the J&K Sher-e-Kashmir Employment and Welfare Policy for youth (SKEWPY) as a landmark initiative.
These observations were made by Ahluwalia during the Plan discussions with the Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah here Friday.
The Deputy Chairman maintained that this policy is very innovative and would provide an answer to the growing unemployment problem and deserves to be emulated by the other states of the country.
Sher-e-Kashmir Employment and Welfare Policy for youth focuses on skill-upgradation, entrepreneurship development and also provides for voluntary service allowance for the unemployed youth.
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