In a remarkable initiative by the Government of Uttarakhand, young individuals now have the opportunity to work in Japan. Under this program, the youth will receive technical training in Japan, with the government providing a stipend ranging from one to 1.5 lakh rupees. The Uttarakhand government, through the Chief Minister’s Skill Development and Global Employment Scheme, aims to provide employment opportunities to the youth by enhancing their skills and facilitating job opportunities abroad.
Registration and Training Program
The Uttarakhand government is currently accepting registrations for the Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) in collaboration with Japan. Once registered, the selected candidates will be sent to Japan for technical training. The government plans to keep the interns in Japan for a duration of five years. During this period, they will receive a stipend ranging from one to 1.5 lakh rupees.
To be eligible for this program, individuals must be between 21 and 27 years of age. Additionally, they should possess educational qualifications such as a B.Sc. in Nursing, GNM, AANM, or possess a one-year certificate in Ayush, along with skill training in GDA and Home Health Aid or other health promotion courses. Interested candidates can register either at the Youth Services Department or through the government’s official portal.
Training and Language Proficiency
The registered youth will undergo a three-month training program at the Foreign Training Office in Sahaspur, Dehradun, under the Department of Employment Services. The training will focus on enhancing their skills and providing Japanese language training, enabling them to communicate effectively while residing in Japan.
Awareness among Nursing Colleges and Skill Development Centers
The government has directed the principals of nursing colleges and managers of skill development centers in the state to inform eligible candidates about this job role and the training program. The last date for registration is June 24, 2023.
Understanding the Technical Intern Training Program (TITP)
The Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) was initiated in Japan in 1993. Its objective is to contribute to the development of participating countries by transferring skills through on-the-job training (OJT) in Japan.
To learn more about the program, visit the official website of the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) at https://nsdcindia.org/home-titp.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding the India-Japan Technical Intern Training Program (TITP):
Q: What is the India-Japan Technical Intern Training Program (TITP)? A: The India-Japan Technical Intern Training Program is a bilateral initiative between India and Japan aimed at providing Indian youths with the opportunity to undergo internships in Japan to acquire advanced technical skills and gain international exposure.
Q: How long is the internship period under the TITP? A: The internship period under the TITP typically lasts for a duration of three to five years.
Q: What job categories are covered under the TITP? A: The TITP covers a wide range of job categories, offering participants the chance to specialize in fields such as manufacturing, construction, agriculture, healthcare, hospitality, and more.
Q: Do I need to undergo any training before going to Japan? A: Yes, selected candidates undergo comprehensive training in India before departing for Japan. This training includes learning the Japanese language, understanding Japanese lifestyle and culture, familiarizing themselves with business etiquette, and acquiring domain-specific knowledge and skills.
Q: What are the benefits of participating in the TITP? A: Participating in the TITP provides several benefits, including international exposure, advanced technical skills, cultural enrichment, improved employment prospects, and the opportunity to contribute to the skill development of India.
Q: Is there financial support provided during the internship period? A: Yes, the government provides a stipend ranging from one to 1.5 lakhs rupees to support the interns financially during their training period in Japan.
Q: What happens after completing the internship? A: After completing the internship, trainees are expected to return to India and apply the skills and knowledge they have acquired during their time in Japan, contributing to the overall skill development of the nation.
Q: How can I register for the TITP? A: To register for the TITP, you can visit the official government portal or contact the Youth Service Scheme Office for more information and registration details.
Q: What is the deadline for registration? A: The deadline for registration may vary, so it is important to check the official government sources for the latest information on deadlines.
Q: Where can I find more information about the TITP? A: For more information about the TITP, it is recommended to visit the official government portal or refer to the guidelines and resources provided by the relevant authorities.