Livelihood College

With rapid growth in the national economy and a young India, our youth need development of relevant skills, both for their own growth and for enabling overall development. Chhattisgarh has recognised this growth imperative and is the first state in India and only the second government after the South-African Government to give its youth the right to skill. The Chhattisgarh Right of Youth to Skill Development Act, 2013 grants every person between the ages of 14 and 45 the right to develop her or his skills from among notified skills, subject only to meeting eligibility requirements, and District Skill Development Authorities set up under District Collectors are bound to provide skill development training within 90 days of receiving any demand in this behalf. Read more...