India is the country which is the 3rd largest producer and the 2nd largest consumer of rubber in the world. India is making a large export of the rubber items only due to the schemes and the policies which are launched or pursued by the government of India in rubber industry. The government has approved the skill development scheme for rubber holder sectors under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY). Basically this scheme is launched to make the proper training of the employees who are working in the rubber industries.
Objective of the scheme
Under these schemes many new broad activities are proposed to develop the skills in the rubber industry.
- The main aim of this scheme is that the skills which are needed to be developed are identified under this scheme in the rubber industry.
- Under this scheme skill development and skill inventory plan is maintained.
- Planning and executing of training of trainee
- To make the manpower skilled that will meet the requirement of the rubber industry in the coming years.
- To grow the domestic market and the increment in the favorable consumers.
- To increase the demand of users or consumers in the rubber segment.
- To enable the maximum employment of Rubber Skill Development Council (RSDC).
Expected results of this scheme
Indian government has approved this scheme for making new reforms in the rubber industry.
- These schemes will offer courses to create new career opportunities in the rubber industry.
- This scheme will provide such skills which are required to set the standards of quality in the rubber industry.
- This will develop the training program as per the requirement of the rubber industry.
- Under this such type of training will be given to the manpower that will meet the requirement of the rubber industry.
After the approval of the skill development scheme for the rubber holder’s sector the government in its first phase has allotted Rs 2.8 crores for the 1000,0 tappers in small holder sector in Kerala. This is announced that Rs 15 crore will be allotted for the training of 16,500 labors in Kerala and Tripura for the employees who are working in the rubber industry. The training process under this scheme is started from the 2nd week of October and it will continue upto January 2017. There will be three days training program for the experienced tappers and in every batch there will be 30 trainee.