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Ministry Of Minority Affairs

Upgrading the Skills and Training in Traditional Arts/Crafts for Development

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The Upgrading the Skills and Training in Traditional Arts/Crafts for Development (USTTAD) scheme is a program launched by the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India, in 2015. The scheme aims to preserve the rich heritage of traditional arts and crafts of minorities and to provide employment opportunities to minority youth in these sectors.
  1. To build capacity of master craftsmen/artisans.
  2. Training of young generation through the master craftsmen/ artisans for traditional arts/crafts.
  3. Preservation of rich heritage of the traditional arts and crafts of minorities.
  4. To establish linkages of traditional skills with the global market.
  5. To improve employability of existing workers, school dropouts etc.
  6. To generate means of better livelihood for marginalized minorities and bring them in the mainstream.
  7. To enable minorities to avail opportunities in the growing market.
  8. To ensure dignity of labour.
  9. Research and development in traditional arts/crafts.
The USTTAD scheme covers a wide range of traditional arts and crafts, including:
  1. Handloom weaving
  2. Carpet weaving
  3. Embroidery
  4. Pottery
  5. Metalwork
  6. Wood carving
  7. Stone carving
  8. Painting
  9. Sculpture
  10. Calligraphy
  11. Music
  12. Dance
Under this, master craftsmen and artisans are provided with training to upgrade their skills and to become trainers. They then train minority youth in the traditional arts and crafts. The scheme also provides support for the development of market linkages for the products of the trained artisans.

The USTTAD scheme is implemented through Project Implementing Agencies (PIAs), which are non-governmental organizations (NGOs) with experience in the field of skill development and traditional arts and crafts. The PIAs are responsible for identifying and recruiting master craftsmen and artisans, developing course modules, and providing training to minority youth.

The USTTAD scheme has benefited thousands of minority youth across India. The scheme has helped to preserve traditional arts and crafts and to provide employment opportunities to minority youth.
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