akshi 18-Dec 2018
What is Skill India? Skill India is the campaign started by our PM Shri Narendra Modi to train the people and empower them in different skills thus enabling them to become job worthy for a better future.  Objective The mission is to make a person perfect in one skill for their better future and to provide significantly to the overall target of skilling up of people in India, mainly by supporting private sector initiatives in skill development programs and grant funds. What is the Mission of Skill India? The primary mission of Skill India is :
  • Is to enhance the capabilities of the youths to international standards through industries involvement to confirm criteria, quality assurance.
  • Initiate with private sectors for skill sectors through Public-private partnership (PPE) and involve private sectors for operational and financial help.
  • Bringing the funds to the industries where it is required or missing.
  • Prioritize the initiatives that can catalytic effect as opposed to one-off impact.
  • The mission is also to make the person perfect in one skill for their better future
Vision The Vision of Skill India is to
  • Fulfill the need of growing India by filling the gap between demand and supply of required skills.
  • Their primary motive is to address the challenge of imparting the skills needed by a growing economy.
  • The structure of the mission is in a way such that programmed can be scaled up so quickly in the whole country.
In the coming years, the world is going to be overaged, and there are insufficient people to work over there. Because of this reason, our thought is to train our people and also supply to those countries where there is an inadequate workforce in coming years which will help our economy to increase. Stake Holders In Mission Skill India The main stakeholders in Skill Mission are:
  • Ministry Of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE).
  • Industry
  • NSDC
  • Skill Councils
  • Training Partners
  • Assessment Bodies
Trainings Provided by National Skill Development Council: The Schemes
  1. PMKVY:
Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) is the flagship scheme of the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE). The objective of this Skill Certification Scheme is to enable a large number of Indian youth to take up industry-relevant skill training that will help them in securing a better livelihood. Individuals with prior learning experience or skills will also be assessed and certified under Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
  1. Udaan:
The principal focus of the Udaan programme is to create an ecosystem that would bridge this gap. The Udaan programme is designed for J & K for the Industry to hire aspiring youth who wish to explore the opportunity to work with corporates. Udaan, the Special Industry Initiative (SII) for J&K is funded by the Ministry of Home Affairs and implemented by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). Udaan gives a framework of support to the youth to travel, undergo training in firms and transit to work. Udaan has two objectives:
  • To provide exposure to the graduates and postgraduates of Jammu and Kashmir to the best of corporate India and
  • To ensure corporate India with exposure to the rich talent pool available in the state
  1. DDUGKY:
 Vision: “Transform rural poor youth into an economically independent and globally relevant workforce”.DDU-GKY is a part of the National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM), tasked with the dual objectives of adding diversity to the incomes of rural poor families and cater to the career aspirations of rural youth.
  1. Nai Manzil:
The Scheme aims to benefit the minority youths who do not have a formal school leaving certificate, i.e those in the category of school- dropouts or educated in community education institutions like Madarsas, in order to provide them formal education and skills and enable them to seek better employment and livelihoods in the organized sector. Trainers (TPs) The trainers known as TPs are empaneled by the Skill Councils under the aegis of NSDC. They are responsible for training the candidates as per the directions of the respective Skill Councils. What is Assessment? Assessment is a process where we can evaluate the candidate on the basis of their domain skills and soft skills in their particular skill specialization and expertise. Assessment is normally conducted at the end of training.It also helps to identify their proficiency level and thereafter recommend his certification by the NSDC. Funding: NSDC will provide funding assistance for the creation of skills infrastructure and/or working capital requirement for skill development activity for the first three years only. NSDC assistance shall not be provided for the creation of immovable property such as land & building etc. In case financial assistance for loss funding is required for the first three years of the Project, the same may be considered as a part of total investment requirement for implementation of the Project. In case the loss funding requirement for the Project is greater than the Promoter Contribution in the initial 3 years, Promoter may be required to infuse additional funds   NEMPACT is a single point stop for all information regarding Skill Initiative of The Country and the opportunities available. Our experts will hand hold through the entire journey from identifying your interest to skilling, certification and job hunting. Reach us, and we will assist you through your journey for acquiring better jobs as per your skill sets.

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