Nai Manzil

“An integrated Education and Livelihood Initiative for the Minority Communities”

  • Raise youth from minority communities
  • Aid girls from minority groups.
  • Deliver comprehensive skill training to the youth
  • Enhance awareness and education in health and life skills.

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Nai Manzil

Nai Manzil targets to involve creatively with poor Minority youth and assist them acquire sustainable and fruitful employment opportunities that can enable them to be incorporated with mainstream financial activities. The scheme mobilizes youth from minority communities who are school drop-outs and offer them with formal education and certification up to level 8th or 10th under different state open schooling systems or National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS).

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Ans:-• Nai Manzil project is the central sector scheme initiated by the Ministry of Minority Affairs
• It has a total expense of Rs.650 crores for a period of five years. This comprises 50% world bank support of Rs.325 crores.
• It has the target of granting integrated educational and livelihood training to youths from minority communities who are school-dropouts or educated in community institutions.

Ans:-The following are the objectives of the project for the next five years :-
• Raise youth from minority communities who are school drop-outs and offer them with formal education and certification up to level 8th or 10th under different state open schooling systems or National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS).
• Deliver integrated skill training to the youth in market driven skills.
• Offer placements to at least 70% of the skilled youth in jobs which would earn them basic minimum salary and ensure them with other social protection rights like provident funds, Employee State Insurance (ESI) etc.
• Improve awareness and education in health and life skills.

Ans:-The scheme covers people in the age group of 17 to 35 from all minority communities.

Ans:-• The scheme includes people in the age group of 17 to 35 from all minority communities.
• Under this scheme only school dropouts will be eligible.
• The main beneficiaries will be madarasa students.
• Madarasa students restrict themselves to current education and usually do not get formal employment.
• Nai Manzil Scheme allows madarasa students to get employed in the formal sector through skill training.
• 30 percent seats are reserved for the minority girls.