Skill Development Scheme for Minorities (Welding Technology), Karnataka 2018-19
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About the Program
The Minority Welfare Department of the Government of Karnataka invites applications from students belonging to Minority Communities i.e. Muslim, Christian, Jain, Sikh, Buddhist and Parsi who are interested in receiving hard skill training (Welding Technology) under various skill development and entrepreneurship and livelihood courses. This is an initiative to empower the minority class of the state of Karnataka.
Skill Development Scheme for Minorities (Welding Technology), Karnataka 2018-19 DeadlineClosed
This scholarship is eligible for the following applicants:
- The applicant should belong to the minority community i.e. Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, Sikhs and Parsis.
- The applicant should be an Indian citizen and a bona fide of the state of Karnataka.
- The applicant should be 18-35 years old.
- Total annual family income of the candidate should not exceed the following:
- 2.5 Lakhs per annum for Muslims
- 2 Lakhs per annum for Christians, Jains, Buddhists and Parsis
The following benefits will be received by the selected applicants:
- They shall be imparted free hard skill training (welding technology) under various sectors and courses like Development, Entrepreneurship and Livelihood.
- It is a purely residential course and the selected students will be provided with free food & accommodation facilities.
- Each and every candidate will be insured during the training period.
- Candidates will be having an option to select the Sector and course as per their interest.
- After completion, the candidates will also receive certificates signed by the concerned institute and Director, Directorate of Minorities.
The following documents will be required:
- Income certificate
- Minority certificate
- Proof of age
- Domicile certificate
How can you apply?
Follow the steps to apply:
Step 1: Visit the official page of the Minority Welfare Department of Karnataka.
Step 2: Click on the latest notification to head on to the Google form.
Step 3: Fill in all the required details after which the application form will be mailed to the candidate.
Step 4: Fill in the application form received via mail.
Step 5: Take a print out of the duly filled application form.
Step 6: Attach the required documents and send the application along with attached documents by post to the following address:
Director, Directorate of Minorities,
20th Floor, V.V.Towers,
Dr B.R. Ambedkar Veedhi,
Bangalore - 560 001
Terms and Conditions
- The training will be provided to the student once only.
- The duration of the training will be 2 and a half months to 3 months depending upon the sector and name of the course.
- A minimum of 80% attendance is compulsory which will be taken through biometric mode.
- There will be no stipend during the training program for the candidate.
- If the trainee candidates discontinue their training program in between the prescribed tenure, the amount of the training will be reimbursed from them.
- If any information or document provided by the candidate is discovered to be false, strict action will be taken against the trainee and the amount of the training spent on the trainee shall be collected from him/her.
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