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Skill India Mission

The current education system does not focus


on training young people in employable skills
that can provide them with employment
opportunities, and a large section of India’s
labour force has outdated skills. With the
expected economic growth, this challenge is
going to only increase further, since more
than 75% of new job opportunities are
expected to be skill-based. The government,
thus, is strongly emphasizing on upgrading
people’s skills by providing vocational
education and training to them.
Establishment of SUREWIN
Skill Centers
Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana
(PMKVY)

• Union Cabinet has approved the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana
(PMKVY) with an outlay of Rs.1,500 crore to train 24 Lakh Indians

• Source: http://pib.nic.in/newsite/PrintRelease.aspx?relid=117547
Key characteristics of the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana
(PMKY)
http://www.jagranjosh.com/current-affairs/union-cabinet-approved-pradhan-mantri-kaushal-vikas-yojana-pmkvy-to-
impart-skill-training-to-youth-1426928352-1

• Programme aims to impart skill training to youth with focus on first time entrants to the
labour market and class 10 and class 12 drop outs.

• The scheme will cover 24 lakh persons & skill training would be based on the National Skill
Qualification Framework (NSQF) and industry led standards.

• Programme will be implemented by the Union Ministry of Skill Development and


Entrepreneurship through the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) training
partners.

• Skill training would be on the basis of skill gap studies conducted by the NSDC for the period
2013-17.

• Training would include soft skills, personal grooming, behavioral change for cleanliness,
good work ethics.

• Out of the total outlay of 1120 crore rupees to be spent on skill training of 14 lakh youths, 220
crore rupees has been allocated for recognition of prior learning.
Working Model

NSDC & SSC SUREWIN Skill Centre

• Norms, Policies & • Coordination with NSDC, • Infrastructure, Staff &


Monitoring SSC & SC Faculty
• Funding • Training to SC Staff • Local Promotion &
• Qualification Packs & • Course Material Enrollments
National Occupation • Marketing Strategy • Training & Placement
Standards • Logistics & Coordination
• Complete Assessment • Placement Assistance
Process
Training Partner will Provide

• Infrastructure Requirements

• Faculty Requirements

• Train the Trainers

• Course Material
Courses on Offer

Telecom

Retail
About Courses
• As per the Job roles given in the NOS

• Average Duration 45 days

• Assessment Fee Rs.1000 to be paid in


advance

• Assessment is done by the Sector


Skill Council
Retail

Min Qualification
Level
Qualification Pack

3
10th Trainee Associate

12th Sales Associate 4


Telecom

Min Qualification
Level
Qualification Pack

Customer Care
Executive
10+2 4
(Relationship
Centre)

Field Sales
10+2 3
Executive
Commercials
Reward Money by NSDC
For Recognition of Prior
For Skills Training
Learning (RPL)
Manufacturing, Retail Manufacturing,
Telecom
Levels Healthcare & Sports Healthcare & Other sectors
Foods
Plumbing Plumbing
Apparel
Level 1 &2 Rs. 7,500 Rs. 5,000
Level 3 & 4 Rs.10,000 Rs.7,500 Rs. 2,500 Rs.2,000
Level 5 & 6 Rs.12,500 Rs.10,000

• Additional Incentive on placed candidates would be given


Enrollment Process
Centre Enrollment Form & TP to Coordinate with Assessment
Student Enrollment
Projections agency

Centre Inspection by TP Centre to Form batch Conduct of Assessment

MOU Sign-up Submission of Batch to TP Result Declaration

Institute Orientation
Batch Approval by TP Student Placement
Program
NSDC to Transfer Reward to
Train the Trainer Program Course Material to Students
Student
Student Mobilization & Conducting Training Execute Undertaking with Local
Counseling (Classroom and Field) Bank Branch by Centre

Eligibility Check Mock Testing Issuance of Certificate to Students

Bank Account and Adhaar Centre to send Attendance Disbursement of Share / Incentive
Card by Centre and Photo of Batch to TP (if applicable)
Requirements for Admissions
• Enrollment Form
• Age Proof (10th Certificate/Date of Birth/Passport/Pan Card)
• Qualification Proof of Student (as per course)
• Passport Size Color Photograph
• Aadhar Card
• Bank Details – New Bank Account to open in SBI/BOI Bank ONLY
• Assessment Fee
• Declaration – I know the Scheme
• Undertaking to Bank – 3 Copies
• Standing Instruction to Bank – 3 Copies
Infrastructure Requirement
General
• Classrooms equipped with seating capacity of at least 25 trainees
• Broadband internet connectivity with 512 mbps speed
• Biometric Attendance Machine and CCTV Camera
• LCD Projector
• Power back up (UPS & Genset)
• Printer, Scanner & Copier
• Infrastructure as per courses being offered
SUREWIN Authorization Certificate
Skill Development
Eco System in India
Indicators of Aging
(2000, 2025 & 2050)
Old Age
Country Median Age (Years) Dependency Ratio
2000 2025 2050 2000 2025 2050 India is the youngest
India 23.7 31.3 38 8.1 12.1 22.6 country in the world
Mexico 23.3 32.5 39.5 7.6 13.8 30 with least Median Age
USA 35.5 39.3 40.7 18.6 29.3 34.9 & Least Old Age
Australia 35.2 40.5 41.9 18.2 29.3 37.9 Dependency Ratio.
China 30 39 43.8 10 19.4 37.2
Canada 36.9 42.9 44 18.5 32.6 40.9
France 37.6 43.3 45.2 24.5 36.2 46.7
UK 37.7 44.5 47.4 24.1 34.8 47.3
Europe 37.7 45.4 49.5 21.7 33.2 51.4
Russia 36.8 43.8 50 18 27.6 47.1
Germany 40.1 48.5 50.9 24.1 39 54.7
Japan 41.2 50 53.1 25.2 49 71.3
Italy 40.2 50.7 54.1 26.7 40.6 68.1
India will be the largest producer & exporter of Skill Workforce in the World
Workforce Transition in 2022
India World

Total Population (2022) 1.35 Billion 7.87 Billion

Working Population @
750 Million 5 Billion
Current Actual WPR

Working Population @
860 Million 5 Billion
Current Global WPR

Approx. 15% to 17% of Global Working Population in 2022 would be Indian

*Calculated at 2012 ILO Labor Force Participation Rates using Census 2011 data
Productivity Comparison
Relative GDP (Gross Domestic Productivity) per worker
160%

140%

120%
100%
100%
87%
80% 78%
80% 74% 71%
61%
60%

40% 35%

18% 17%
20%
10%

0%
US Australia France UK Germany Japan South Russia Brazil China India
Korea
Source: Planning Commission, Government of India (2008)
Percentage of Workforce Receiving Skill Training

120%

100% 96%

80%
80% 75%
68%
60%

40%

20%
10%

0%
Korea Japan Germany UK India

Source: Planning Commission, Government of India (2008)


India Calling!
• 6.5 lakh people go out of India every year

• Entry into the Labour market is 12.8 million

• Skilling/upskilling of 90% of existing workforce (679 million)

• BY 2020 India will have a surplus of 56 million people

(Half of India's Population)

• By 2020 the world will have shortage of 47 million working people

• Current capacity of the skill development programs in India is 3.1 million

• India has target of creating 500 million skilled workers by 2022

• 50.8 % Job Seekers are 10th Passed, 27.2% are Graduates & rest are above

India; the Future Provider of Skilled Manpower to the World


Skill Development Eco System in India!
Ministry of Skill Development &
Entrepreneurship
National Skill Development
Agency (NSDA)

Coordinate & harmonize the approach to National


skill development Sector Skill
Occupational
Councils
Standards (NOS)
N
Central Ministries S Qualification
Q Packs (QPs) Training
F Providers
Standardized
State Skill Development
Anchor &
Curriculum
Missions (SSDM)
Operationalize
NSQF Private Sector Initiatives by Corporate,
NGOs, Associations
NATIONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT
AGENCY
Government of INDIA
• NSDA is an autonomous body of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship
formed on 6th June, 2013

• Will anchor the National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF) & facilitate the setting up
of professional certifying bodies

• Will coordinate and harmonize the approach to skill development among various Central
Ministries/Departments, State Governments, the NSDC and the private sector;

• Will act as a nodal agency for State Skill Development Missions

• Will evaluate existing skill development schemes to assess their efficacy and suggest
corrective action
State Skill Development Missions (SSDM)
Honorable Prime Minster addressed to all Chief Minister’s on accelerating action for
skill development and making two specific suggestions for the State Government:

• Making available buildings of public educational institutions after class hours for
skill development activities by agencies including the private sector, on mutually
agreed terms

• Setting up State Level Skill Development Missions to provide inter-sectoral


coordination at State level and State level mission for skill development may be
chaired by Chief Minister

• Government of India is willing to extend all possible support in the matter through
institutional arrangements already created at its level
 National Occupational Standards
(NOSs) specify the standard of  Qualification pack (QP) is a set of
performance that an individual must NOS aligned to a job role,
achieve when carrying out a
 Available for every job role in
particular activity at workplace
each industry sector
 Defines knowledge and
understanding individual needs to
meet the standard consistently.

 Each NOS defines one key function


in a job role.
www.nsdcindia.org/

• Unique Public Private Partnership in India with the Ministry of Finance.

• To promote skill development by catalyzing creation of large, quality, for-profit vocational


institutions.

• Provides funding to build scalable, for-profit vocational training initiatives.

• Enable support systems such as quality assurance, information systems and train the trainer
academies either directly or through partnerships.

• Promote skill development by catalyzing creation of large, quality, for-profit vocational


institutions

• Acts as a catalyst in skill development by providing funding to enterprises, companies and


organizations
NSDC Objective
• The Government of India has set an overall target of skilling / up skilling

560 million (56 Crore) people in India by 2022, mainly by fostering private

sector initiatives in skill development programmes and providing funding.

• NSDC has a target to contribute 30% to the overall target of GOI


Available Sectors of Skill
• Agriculture
Development
• Apparel Made Ups & Home Furnishing
• Automobile / Auto components
• Banking, Financial Sector and Insurance
• Beauty & Wellness
• Electronics & Hardware
• Food Industry
• Gems and Jewellery
• ITES-BPO
• Retail
• Security
• Telecom

These SSC are either Associations or Industry Bodies of respective sector and are suppose to
conduct research, ascertain the delivery mechanism and maintain quality assurance
• Industry-led bodies responsible for the defining the skilling needs,
concept, processes, certification, accreditation of their respective
industry sectors.

• Prescribe the National Occupation Standard - NOSs and


Qualification Pack - QPs for the job roles relevant to their industry

• Work with the National Skill Development Agency - NSDA to


ensure that these are in accordance with the National Skills
Qualifications Framework - NSQF.