The ministries of the Government of India have come up with various schemes from time to time. These schemes could be either Central, state specific or joint collaboration between the Centre and the states.
Indraprastha Academy Group is working hard to establish interface between those who are in need and these government schemes.
Automotive Skill Development Council
Conduct research and analysis to establish the skill gaps & develop modular courses to fill such gaps.
Improve competitiveness by integrating new requirements such as fuel cells, electric cars, new materials, telematics and mechatronics with automotive engineering.
Enhance and standardize the delivery mechanism for the courses through existing institutes/ delivery partners.
Ensure quality assurance by streamline certification framework.
Agriculture Skill Council of India
Agriculture Skill Council of India (ASCI) has been setup as Section 25 company under Companies act of Ministry of Company Affairs. ASCI will works towards building the Capacity around the Agriculture Industry and bridge the gap between laboratories to farm. The ASCI is targeting to touch/ upgrade skills of about 56.49 Million of Cultivators, Agricultural Labours and Direct and Indirect labour engaged in Organised and Unorganized Agriculture Industry viz, Farm Inputs, Procurement, Supply Chain, Warehousing / Logistics etc. The Agriculture Skill Council of Indian (ASCI) is being designed to cater to the following customers of the Agriculture Industry:
Farm & Wage Workers
Electronics Sector Skills Council of India
Electronics Sector Skills Council of India (ESSCI) is a Not‐for‐Profit Organization, registered under the Indian Companies Act, 1956.The Council has been promoted by Five Associations i.e. CEAMA, ELCINA, IESA (formerly ISA) , IPCA & MAIT, with financial support by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). Our focus is on establishing an effective and efficient ecosystem for development and imparting of outcome oriented skills for the electronics systems, design and manufacturing industry (ESDM) including relevant curriculum, courses, information database, delivery system, standardization, accreditation and certification processes to enhance the employability of the Indian workforce globally.
IT/ITes Sector Skill Council
NASSCOM the premier Trade Body and Chamber of Commerce for the IT-ITeS industry has launched a new initiative to scale quality capacity and increase the groundswell of talent for this industry.
NASSCOM has set up the IT-ITES Sector Skills Council NASSCOM (SSC NASSCOM) under the aegis of the National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC). SSC NASSCOM an integral part of NASSCOM is recognised as the Skills Standards setting body under GOI.
The key objective of SSC NASSCOM is to scale quality capacity, to have a ready deployable talent pool (certified Job Ready) with the least amount of intervention from industry. To start with, our focus will be on jobs at the Entry level.
In this endeavour, unique Job Roles / Qualification Packs at Entry; Middle and Leadership levels have been identified which require different levels of educational qualifications.
Power Sector Skill Council
PSSC has been promoted by Ministry of Power through Central Electrical Authority (CEA) alongwith Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers' Association (IEEMA). The Governing Body of PSSC is chaired by Chairperson, CEA as President and has representation from across the Power Sector covering Generation, Transmission, Distribution, Renewable Energy and Equipment Manufacturing. This is a completely industry and employer driven initiative designed to help them with improved availability of readily employable and skilled workforce through a robust process of development of National Occupational Standards (NOS), skill based training and finally its assessment and certification.
Apparel, Made-ups & Home Furnishing Sector Skill Council
The Government has constituted Prime Minister’s National Council on Skill Development for coordinated action for skill development, both in the domain of public and private sector. The National Council on Skill Development mandates skill formation to develop the workforce with enhanced skill through structured programme and assessment. The Apparel, Made-ups & Home Furnishing Sector Skill Council was incorporated on December 24, 2013, as a company i.e. licensed under Sec 25 of the Companies act 1956, with the object to (a) develop a skills repository for the Apparel, Made-Ups and Home Furnishings value chain, (b) to build an organization that can develop standards, evaluation criterion and accreditation systems for providing multiple and varied technical skills in the textile sector including employ ability skills to both men and women, as well as challenged persons with regular and direct inputs from industry, (c) create opportunities for “Training of Trainers ”in both the content and pedagogy for imparting skill training for all workers engaged in the three chosen segments of the textile sector, (d) quality assurance-develop and promote a standardized, output oriented and quality assured affiliation and accreditation process and demonstrate sustainable business value through it, (e) focus on continuous improvisation of the training delivery value chain, i.e. training process, training content, trainers, curriculum design, industry endorsement for certification etc., (f) partner with training providers and guide them into becoming centre so excellence and innovation by utilizing the standardization in training, evaluation and certification developed by the SSC of the sector.
Construction Skill Development Council of India
Construction investment accounts for nearly 52.4% of the Gross Fixed Capital Formation. Investments in construction have a positive domino effect on supplier industries, thereby contributing immensely to economic development. Construction materials and equipment sector accounts for approximately 8.6% of India’s GDP and accounts for nearly two-third of the total construction costs on an average. The share of construction materials in project costs ranges from 40-60% and the corresponding cost for construction equipment ranges from 5 to 25%. Construction component comprises nearly 60-80% of project cost of infrastructure projects like roads, housing etc. In projects like power plants, industrial plants, etc. the share, though lower, is critical. Construction materials and equipment sector comprises of various sub-industries such as:
Paints & Chemicals
Petroleum products and resins
Fixtures and fittings (including electrical wiring)
Aggregates such as concrete and asphalt
Tiles and ceramics
Aluminium, Glass & Plastics
Since most of the materials are either manufactured locally, in cottage or small scale industry, data available for quantifying the exact nature of linkages with construction is not very accurate. On the other hand, linkages of products such as paints and petro-products would again be difficult due to their stronger linkages with other sectors. Whereas in case of cement and steel, almost 100% of cement production is consumed in construction and about 40 - 60% of steel production goes into construction. Thus in this report we will focus on only three major categories of construction material and equipment industry, i.e. cement, steel, and construction equipment.
Life Sciences Sector Skill Development Council
LSSSDC is a not for profit organisation, registered under the Societies Act, 1860. As a National level organization, in partnership with various stakeholders groups, it will serve to address the skill shortfalls in the Life Sciences Sector in India. It’s aim, over a 10 year period, will be to map all job roles in the Sector (estimated 100), enlist 339 Training Organisations, train over 39,000 Trainers and certify approx. 3.4 mn skilled workers in this Sector.
BFSI Sector Skill Council of India
The BFSI Sector Skill Council of India was recently set up to bring leading organizations of the BFSI industry together to create strategies and operational plans that will create standardized skill requirements for the various job roles in the industry. The skill council will also accredit well-equipped service providers who will partner to disseminate the training. The skill council is seen by its stakeholders and partners as a nation-building activity with far reaching implications for social development and empowerment through financial inclusion. Great care is being taken to appropriately address the needs of the various industry verticals as well as the geographical regions of the country.
NSDC has been in close contact with the BFSI Sector Skill Council as we partner to address skill development needs in a large, highly segmented industry which is characterized by accelerated growth. The progress of the BFSI industry has significant impact on the progress of our nation and theissue of skill development is one that the industry holds as being of great importance.
Logistics Sector Skill Council
Logistics Sector Skill Council (LSC), a society registered under the Societies Registration act, 1860, is a not-for-profit organization set up by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) along with National Skill Development Corporation of India (NSDC) with the aim to up-skill the logistics workforce in India.
The mission of the Logistics Skill Council is “to bring the best in class workforce skills to the Indian logistics industry, thereby benefitting the employer, employees and the nation as a whole”.
Healthcare Sector Skill Council
The Healthcare Sector Skill Council (HSSC) is a Not-for-Profit Organization, registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. The Council has been promoted by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and leading Healthcare Industry Members representing both public and private sector, financially supported by NSDC. The key objective of the Council is to create a robust and vibrant eco-system for quality education and skill development in paramedics and allied healthcare space in the country. In addition, the Healthcare Sector Skill Council serves as a single source of information on healthcare sector with specific reference to Skill and Human Resource Development in India.
The Council is aimed to develop National Occupational Standards & Qualification Packs for various job-roles in paramedics and allied healthcare, Identify skill-gaps, Design Courses and Training Content, Set Standards, Put-in place an Assessment & Certification Mechanism, Accredit Training Institutes, Provide Placement Support and Help Institutes Build & Upgrade their Capacity through train-the-trainer program.
Tourism & Hospitality Sector Skill Council
Tourism & Hospitality Skill Council ( THSC), is a Not-for-Profit Organization, registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860. The Council has been promoted by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Industry Members representing the sector, financially supported by NSDC. The Sector Skill Council is a national level organization with a Government-Industry interface and partnership with stakeholders from industry, labour as well as the academia. It fulfils its purpose essentially when the lead is taken by Industry stakeholders.
Tourism and Hospitality Skill Council (THSC) which is formed 'By the Industry and For the Industry' to tackle the skilling of large manpower to fulfill the industry requirement plays a crucial role in bridging this ever-growing gap. THSC is mandated to create a robust and sustainable eco-system for skill development in the industry.
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