Challenges

  • Maximum Potentiality is not being utilized: Having less motivation and not knowing about the advantages of the RYK program, reporting of youth is not up to the mark.
  •  Action Point: Awareness in the field level to be strengthened and right candidates identification and motivation to actively done by the JRPs.
  • Limited no. of Domains: Generally youth of Agency area do not like migrating to other places and like to work in the local area. Since youth have less education qualification and communication skills, present offered related courses are less suitable to them.
  • Action point: No. of courses may be increased and apart from IT & Sales domains other service sectors can be offered
  • Migration: Present offered courses and employment opportunities are majorly linked with migration to urban areas. So, youth are just completing the training and confined to their villages.
  • Action Point: Self employment based courses can be implemented and with one particular self employment unit a group of 4/5 youth may be placed in local area.
  • Retention: Compared to rural and urban youth, Agency youth have less communication skills and face challenges to survive in urban areas. So, retention of the youth after placements is quite poor.
  • Action point: Focus of the training centers to be increased on Imparting of training to the candidates in work readiness module. Particularly migration issues, culture, basic etiquette  work place protocol etc.
  • Post placement tracking: Youth is not traced after the placement and even not available in the work places. Often change their contact no. and do not respond if they leave the job.
  • Action point: awareness to be strengthened on Alumni Service, Post Placement Tracking advantages, 2nd / 3rd placement opportunities etc.
  • Quality of training centers: Most of the training center does not have proper infrastructure and quality trainers. There must be no compromise in quality issues.
  • Action Point: Sufficient infra and efficient trainers are must and monitoring has to be strengthened