Basix Academy For Building Lifelong Employability Limited


Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana 

Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDU-GKY) Antyodaya Diwas was  started on 25th September 2014 by the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD). This yojana targeted the two aims: adding diversity to the incomes of rural deprived families and catering to the career objectives of rural youth. DDU-GKY is a part of the National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM.  

DDU-GKY is uniquely focused on rural youth between the ages of 15 and 35 years from poor families. DDU-GKY  looks upon its Project Implementation Agencies (PIAs) as its  partners in adding effort and innovations leading to quality training and placements. Being DDU-GKY  training partner, B-ABLE plays the all-important role of becoming the bridge between industry and candidates.

B-ABLE has started imparting skill training under DDU-GKY project in 2016 from Rajasthan. At present B-ABLE is implementing the DDU-GKY project under BASICS in Maharashtra and Bihar.

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Project Objectives

-To provide wide network of training centre across India.
-To facilitate the availability by mobilizing and motivating youth to enhance their standard of living.
-To create employment linkage and career progression path for rural poor youth

Training Delivery

-Training material, i.e. Trainer’s Manual, Participant Workbook, PPT, Projectors and training aids, to be made available for the facilitation.
-The course will be aligned with the MES curriculum and will be modified as per the industry demand prevalent for the respective job role.
-Certified trainers are assigned for the particular job roles and are given Training of Trainer (TOT) prior to the commencement of a batch by quality team .
-Systematic Session plans and Curriculum are followed.

B-ABLE has started its 1st project with MoRD in Rajasthan and setup DDU-GKY SDC in Dungarpur district, which is the most backward area of state.  From this batch 60 BPL female candidates with 75 % placement successfully passed out.