Aatmanirbhar Skilled Employee Employer Mapping (ASEEM)

The dream of a self-reliant India, in other words, “Aatmanirbhar Bharat” which has been ideated by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a post COVID era, has started out by announcing an Aatmanirbhar package, plan and strategies for implementation throughout the country economic growth and also wholesome development of its nationals.

ASEEM is one such endeavour rolled out to create sustainable livelihood opportunities, from the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, developed and managed by a public-private collaboration between National Skill Development Corporation and an IT platform company named ‘Betterplace’.


  • To cater to the employment needs of skilled workers including migrant labourers in the country.
  • To provide a bridge between the industry and the workers seeking employees and employment respectively.
  • To provide an AI-based platform etching out details through data analytics, trends on industry needs, availability of skilled workers, hiring in all the districts.
  • To encourage vocational skill education in the country.

Details of ASEEM

The ASEEM platform will work like a human resources portal which will not only accumulate data on skilled employable workers all over the country but also include workforce from various State and Central Government Yojanas like Garib Kalyan Rojgar Yojana, PMKVY, etc. The migrant workers who have returned to the country as a part of the Vande Bharat Mission have already been included in the portal. The plan is to make the entire program work through a user-friendly application. It will act as an aggregator of jobs and employable skilled workers. The Employer Portal helps in hiring overview and employee selection, the Dashboard displays the data analytics, trends and The Candidate Application helps an employable candidate to apply for jobs, integrated by the portal through the AI-based interface of the application.


Since the launch of the initiative, 14,000 jobs have already been offered and 2718 number of employees had the opportunity to join their respective jobs. The present-day situation of COVID 19 has called for intensive plans and strategies to tide over the economic crisis. It is pertinent to mention that a Government-led initiative of providing employment is essential to build the trust of its nationals and to boost the economy.

Similar Yojanas

Prime minister-launched schemes in India

Over the years of Indian Politics, many prime ministers have implemented schemes and welfare initiatives. These schemes are mainly funded by the central government of India and also by the state governments. Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Manmohan Singh, Rajiv Gandhi, and Narendra Modi have worked for the betterment of society.

One unique aspect of the schemes is their catchy names, such as Swachh Bharat Mission and Smart Cities Mission. The names have much more attention from masses. The government of India under the influence of prime ministers has doubled many of its flagship schemes and programs. Recently, on May 31, 2019, the government declared to extend PM Kisan Samman Nidhi. The scheme was originally available to only some categories of farmers; it has now been made available to all farmers in the country. Under this scheme, farmers are annually paid Rs. 6,000 in three installments. Over 145 million people would be benefitted from this. Launched by September 2018, PM Jan Arogya Yojana would be targeting 107 million people. New Jal Shakti Ministry has been announced with the aim of availing piped water to all Indian families by 2024. Schemes have also been launched for better skill-training activities and entrepreneurship, such as Skill India Mission and Make in India Mission. The National Rural Employment Guarantee Act was launched in 2005 for social security purposes, promising livelihood and employment to rural areas.

There are many pension-related schemes for our country’s farmers, traders, and entrepreneurs. Startup India is one of the flagship initiatives launched for strengthening startup culture and professional ecosystem. While prime ministers-launched schemes have done the best to fix agricultural crisis, employment and investment are expected to be next on the government’s agenda.