Mr. Mahesh Venkatesh Nypunyam Summit

Report
Nypunyam Summit
Department of Labour and Rehabilitation
Govt. of Kerala
Trivandrum, Kerala
Jan 20 & 21, 2014
Mahesh Venkateswaran
Principal – Innovation & Engagement
Agenda
I.
NSDC Overview
II. NSDC in Kerala
III. KASE-NSDC Partnership
IV. STAR Scheme
V. Innovation @ NSDC
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I
Skill Development Framework in India
Cabinet Committee on
Skill Development
Government Initiatives
National Skill
Development Agency
(NSDA)
Private Sector Initiatives
Government Initiatives
23 Central Ministries
State Ministries
National Skill Development
Corporation
Mandate to skill 350 million
people by 2022
Target of skilling/up skilling
150 million people by 2022
by fostering private
sector initiatives
NSDC is a PPP created
by Ministry of Finance
• 51% stake by Private
• 49% stake by GoI
Initial funding of INR
1000Cr received from
the GoI and parked with
NSDF for use by NSDC
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I
Three Key Pillars to Achieve NSDC Mandate
Create
Fund
Proactively catalyze
creation of large,
quality vocational
training institutions
Reduce risk by
providing patient
capital
Create the
vision and help
define the path
Demonstrate
commitment to
the purpose
Enable
Support systems
required for skill
development
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•
•
•
•
Sector skill councils
Quality Assurance
Information system
Train-the-trainer
Set Standards
Create a viable
ecosystem
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Over 100 Skill Ventures Approved by NSDC Board
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28 Sector Skill Councils (SSC) Approved
by NSDC Board and Strong Pipeline
I
Approved by NSDC
Approved by NSDC
SSC Proposals under Diligence
with NSDC
Auto
Logistics & Transportation
Domestic Workers
Security
Capital Goods
Construction Equipment
Retail
Electronics Hardware
Management & Skills
IT/ITES
Life Sciences
Sports
BFSI
Food Processing
SSC Proposals in Pipeline
Leather
Aerospace & Aviation
Manufacturing
Media
Iron & Steel
Chemicals & Petrochemicals
Healthcare
Power
Furniture & Furnishing
Gems & Jewelry
Mining
Oil & Gas
Rubber
Beauty & Wellness
Paints (Coatings)
Telecom
Textiles & Handlooms
Agriculture
Apparels
Plumbing
Handicrafts
Construction and Real Estate
Tourism & Hospitality
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II
NSDC Partners in Kerala
Operational Partners
6
Active Centers
9 (fixed)
Districts Covered
6 out of 16
Total people trained
8,800 (approx.)
Total people placed
6,500 (approx.)
Major Sectors Covered
BFSI
Telecom
Organized Retail
ITES-BPO
Electronics & IT Hardware
IT or Software
Education & Skill Development
Building & Construction
Tourism and Hospitality Service
Automobile/ Auto-components
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II
NSDC Partners in Kerala
S. No.
Partner
Name
No. of
Centres
No. of
Districts
Districts
Sectors
1
D. B. Tech
2
1
Kollam
Automobile/ Auto-component,
Building & Construction,
Manufacturing
2
IIJT
3
1
Ernakulam
IT or Software; BFSI
3
Talent Sprint
2
2
Thiruvananthapuram,
IT or Software
Thrissur
4
Future Sharp 2 (mobile)
2
5
Labournet
2 (mobile)
2
6
S. B Global
2
7
Centum
Mobile centers
Ernakulam,
Organized Retail
Thiruvananthapuram
Organized Retail; Informal
Alappuzha, Kannur
Sector, Building & Construction
Education & Skill Development;
Tourism, Hospitality & Travel;
Thrissur, Kannur
Electronics & IT Hardware
Automobile/ Auto-component,
Telecom
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NSDC Engagement in Kerala: ASAP, KASE and KIPCO
ASAP (Additional Skill
Acquisition Program )
• NSDC helped organise SEEK 2013
conference in Oct 2013
• Facilitated participation by several
NSDC TPs, SSCs and countries, UK,
NZ, Australia, Germany
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KASE (Kerala Academy of
Skills Excellence )
KIPCO (Kerala Industrial
Promotion Council)
• Skill Gap Study completed
• NSDC to participate in Nypunyam
Summit in Jan 2014
• Helped in evaluation of bids for
Construction COE
• NSDC participated in KIPCO Skills
Seminar at Palakkad on 21st Nov
2013
CURRENT STATUS
CURRENT STATUS
• 8 NSDC TPs have signed up with
ASAP to provide training.
• Assisted with Summer Vocation
programs; integration with STAR
Scheme
• 6 SSCs have signed MOUs with
ASAP for QA & Certification. 5
more in pipeline – to be signed
soon
• Discussions with Queensland,
Australia for MOU
• KASE Has invited Bids for 13
potential COE – Several NSDC
partners will be bidding ( Due
15th Jan 2013 )
• Skill Gap Study to be launched
by KASE in Jan 2013
CURRENT STATUS
• KIPCO to study Kerala Skill Gap
Study and start Skill
development programs based on
same
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III
KASE-NSDC: Opportunities for Collaboration
GROWING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARTNERSHIP
KASE-NSDC
Skill Gap
Analysis
Centres of
Excellence
Training
Centers
STAR
Scheme
Participation in
KASE Roadshows
Construction CoE
under evaluation
Kerala Skill Gap
Report Completed
Road
Shows
Expansion of
NSDC Training
Partner Base
SSC
Alignment
Innovation
Look at Innovative
Business Models
Potential for
Integration with
STAR Scheme
Alignment with
Sector Skill
Councils
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District-wise Skill Gap Study with KASE as Nodal Agency
Incremental Human
Resource Requirement
2012-17
Incremental Human
Resource Availability
2012-17
4.98 L
5.66 L
Deficit Of Human
Resources 2012-17
0.51 L
4.48L
Text
Skilled
Text
Semi-Skilled
III
5.65 L
0.02 L
A
4.24L
6.21 L
(1.97) L
Minimally skilled
There is an estimated incremental deficit of manpower in skilled manpower of 0.51 lakhs
which may be bridged by skilling people in the semi-skilled and minimally skilled category
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High
Medium
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Building and
Construction
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Communication
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Retail
Real Estate Services
Chemicals and
Pharmaceuticals
Travel, Tourism and
Hospitality
Food Processing
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
Low
Incremental Manpower Demand
Mismatch between Youth Aspirations and
Industry Demand
Handlooms and
Handicrafts
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
Utilities
Transportation and
Logistics
Textiles and Garments
Low
Medium
III
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BFSI
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
IT & ITeS
Healthcare
Engineering ProductsMSME
Education and Skill
Development
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
Media and
Entertainment
High
Youth Aspirations
Source: Primary Interactions and Deloitte Analysis
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•
Although the building and construction sector has high potential for employment, the sector ranks
low on youth preference.
Sectors such as BFSI, IT/ITeS/Health care, Engineering Products and Education/Skill Development
are preferred sectors
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IV
National Skill Certification and Monetary
Reward Scheme
Website: http://www.nscsindia.org
Call Centre Number: 08800055555
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Launch of STAR Scheme
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IV
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Scheme Website – www.nscsindia.org
IV
Scheme website launched by FM on Aug 16th 2013 to provide information on –
Scheme details, progress trackers, news & updates; details of participating SSCs,
Training Partners, Assessment agencies, Courses (QPs,NOS) and Call Centre details
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STAR Scheme – An Opportunity to Reward Skilling
Standard
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•
IV
Large scale industry involvement through Sector Skill Councils
Encourage standardization in the certification process and initiate a process of
creating a registry of skills; and
Increase productivity of the existing workforce and align the training and certification
to the needs of the country
Training
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•
Boost employability and productivity of youth by incentivizing them for skill trainings
Develop nation-wide network of high quality training providers
Assessment
•
Engage Assessment agencies to deliver one million skilled people to the nation
•
Reward candidates undergoing skill training by authorized institutions at an
average monetary reward of Rs 10,000 (Rupees Ten Thousand) per candidate.
Benefit 10 lakh youth at an approximate total cost of Rs 1,000 Crores.
Reward
•
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Sectors under STAR Scheme – More job roles added
every week!
IV
80% of All Entry-level Job Roles will be STAR Ready by 31st March 2014
•
Automotive
•
Agriculture
•
Aviation
•
Gems & Jewellery
•
Construction
•
Food Processing
•
Healthcare
•
Electronics
•
Life Sciences
•
IT/ITES
•
Leather
•
Logistics
•
Media
•
Plumbing
•
Mining
•
Retail
•
Power
•
Rubber
•
Steel
•
Security
•
BFSI
•
Telecom
•
Capital Goods
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Total No. of QPs available across all sectors : 367
Total No. of NOSs available across all sectors: 2,141
5*
9**
Total No. of QPs Level 1-4 across all sectors : 231
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STAR Scheme Performance Dashboard
Total Enrolments
Enrolments by Training Partners
58,460
NSDC
73,242
IV
(as of 17.01.2014)
Trainings completed
14,782
Reward Money
36,311
Non-NSDC
93.45 L
918
Trainee Enrolments
Trainee Enrolments NSDC
Trainee Enrolments Non NSDC
Trainee Enrolments Total
43806
10784
33,022
1231
278
953
ASCI
4900
494 300
569
4406
2583
300
3152
ASDC
BFSI
CGSC
822
822
CSDCI
1226
492
619 25
275
607
217
25
ESSC
GJSC
IPSC
4941
245
4696
IT-ITeS
1527
404
1123
1732
1732
38
38
HSSC
LSSC
MESC
RASCI
751
37
714
4955
769
4,186
3344
308
3036
RSDC
SSSDC
TSSC
* Others include non NSDC and non Government Training Partner
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Certificate under STAR Scheme
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IV
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STAR Scheme – Kerala
Partners operational
2
Active Centers
2 (fixed)
Districts Covered
2
Total people trained
54
HUGE STAR
OPPORTUNITY
Major Sectors Covered
RASCI
S. No.
Partner Name
MESC
No. of
Centres
No. of
Districts
Districts
Sectors
1
Lan Mark Shops
India Pvt. Ltd.
1
1
Kollam
Retail
2
Ants Consulting &
Sevices Pvt. Ltd
1
1
Palakkad
Media and Entertainment
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Innovation @ NSDC
Models | Practices | Products | Pilots
www.innovation.nsdcindia.org
(will be launched on 26th January 2014)
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Innovation @ NSDC
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• Objective is to attract and support disruptive innovative models that add value to the
vocational training ecosystem
• Innovation Fund available to support such innovations
• NSDC Board has approved 5 innovative proposals so far – Microspin, AVR Edge,
Liqvid, Aspiring Minds, Milaap; 3 more under diligence
• Need to attract and integrate innovative practices to make skilling attractive and
effective
• Innovation for Skills compendium launched in July ’13 NSDC Partners Meet;
highlighting over 20 innovations across 4 Key Focus Areas
• Over 50 new innovations sourced since Partners Meet
• Pilot Proposals under Review
• Social Impact Bonds for Urban Skills (e.g., plumbing in water services)
• Open Education Resources (OER) for Entrepreneurship
• Technology-enablement for SMEs
• Self-employment models (Auto repair mechanic through CSC VLEs)
• Skilling model for visually impaired (Dialogue in the Dark)
• New website under works (www.innovation.nsdcindia.org)
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Innovation Framework
FOUR FOCUS AREAS
V
SKILLS COMPENDIUM
Link: http://nsdcindia.org/pdf/innovations-compendium.pdf
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Innovation Matrix
Mobile
Tools
V
Gram Vaani
Saral Rojgar
Awaaz De
Applied
Mobile Labs
Sunrise
Systems
Tecknoserve
Simulation
Tools
Velu the
Welder
Skillveri
Online
Solutions
Mera Career
Guide
Milaap
Springboard
Udyogmitra
Machinery
Microspin
Sourcing/
Engagement
Financing
Lrnr
AVR Edge
Unirow
Flexingit
Mukti
Lifestyle
ESDM
Mettl
Just Rojgar
Exemplarr
Gyanexchang
e
Easy English
Kirticorp
Oyster
Connect
Babajobs
Training
Tools
Myguest house
Awsaar
Aspiring
Minds
Assessors/
Assessment
Tools
Placement &
Job
Linkages
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Post
Placement
Services
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Platform-based Models: VT Financing (Milaap)
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VOCATIONAL TRAINING LOANS
258 Youth
Trained &
Placed
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Livelihood-based Models: Value-Chain Development
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8.8 Lakh artisans will be impacted in 112 Clusters across 11
States in the next 10 Years
Name of
Organization
Sector
No. of Centers
No. of
Trainees
Regions
Project Cost
Access
Livelihoods
Cooperative Sector
& Agriculture
Extension
Business Sector
36 Centers
2,99,016
Orissa, Gujarat,
West Bengal &
Bihar
Rs 20.66 Cr
Caravan Craft
Retail
Co-operative
sector
26 Co-operatives
26 Owned Stores
125 Franchisee
Stores
3,60,000
Tamil Nadu,
Karnataka
Rs 57 Cr
Industree
Crafts
Foundation
Textile and
Garments,
Handicrafts and
Handlooms and,
Leather and
Leather Goods
50 Centers
2,25,190
TN, UP, Bihar,
Andhra Pradesh,
Orissa, Tripura,
WB, Rajasthan,
Karnataka and
Assam
Rs 11.81 Cr
884206
11 States
Rs 88.47 Cr
10 Year Targets
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Machine-based Models: Micro-spinning (Microspin)
CONVENTIONAL
V
MICROSPINNING
OPPORTUNITY
2000+ Weavers Clusters in
India
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Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) Matrix
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Organization
LIQVID
Indigram
Mettl
ePalmleaf
Team Lease
(IIJT)
Tata
AutoComp
Rooman
iPRIMED
TCS Open
Ignite
MOOCC Strategy
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
NSDC Partner
Operational
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


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Manufacturing
(Quality and
Logistics)
Upcoming Sourcing,
Maintenance &
Manufacturing
Computer
Software,
Hardware,
Networking, IT
Security
Engg. Students (07 years of
experience)
Students /
Trainers
Students /
Trainers
Students / Trainers
All- Enquiry to
Placement
Screening,
Assessment,
Feedback,
Progress Report,
Recording for
Revision, etc.
Screening of
candidates,
Training delivery
Courses/Areas
NA
Target Segment
Students
Areas of Use
Health Sector
English &
Communication,
Psychometric tests Basic Corporate
Computer,
& Online
Processes In
Personality Dev.,
Assessments
Accounting
Retail, Sales,
Customer Service
Students / Trainers Students / Trainers
Master Training,
Delivery &
Content creation,
Assessment Training Delivery,
Assessment
Assessment &
Screening
-
Professionals,
Students, Job
Seekers etc.
Content Creation,
Content Delivery
All- Registration to
Counselling,
(Industry oriented
Placement
Training Delivery,
Content & web
(including batch
Master Training,
based delivery
scheduling)
Assessment
method)
IT (science
Technical
graduates)
Courses(Comput Math(high school
ers): C++, Java
students)
etc.
Welding skills
(school dropouts)
Number of Users
2,00,000
191
3,00,000 per year
NA
1500+
NA
20,000
NA (in-house)
1,00,000+
Scope of
Expansion
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Peer based /
Expansion Plans
Gamification
Comments
Work with
clients on
MooC
Usable in low
connectivity areas
(Rural)
Highly scalable
In discussion with
the leading Global
MOOC
players such as
Coursera, Udacity,
edX etc.
Create fully
online courses
with assessment
and evaluation
Offer other courses
through Cloud
Campus
Interactive story
based animated
mode
Mandatory online
assessment
ERP based - has
features of Call
Escalation and
SMS Alert for
given concerns.
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Cloud-hosted
platform - provides
extensive analytics
on learner
demographics,
content & usage
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Sourcing &
Financing
Training to
Certification
Placement
& Linkages
Post
Placement
Engagement
V
Student
Enrollment
Best Practice Case Study
Ground Level Campaigns for driving Student Enrolments
WHERE?
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•
•
•
WHO?
Youth
School Students
(Std. IX – XII)
Community
Schools/Colleges
Local level
Employers
WHAT?
HOW?
AISECT organized “IT
Yatra” 10 years back, a
ground level activation
campaign in rural areas for
demystifying and
generating awareness on
Computers which was
highly successful, and has
been conducting this
campaign regularly from
thereon for direct student
connect and spreading
awareness on skill
development
AISECT-NSDC Branded
Vehicles going on Parallel
Tracks across States within
a 10 day
AISECT Knowledge
Olympiad, IT quiz
competition for school
students
IMPACT?
At each location, Half-day
Counseling Seminar on
Skill Development; Half-day
campaigning at schools
and colleges
Period
Distribution of brochures,
pamphlets and registration
forms at each location
CHAMPIONS?
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•
•
Conducting Knowledge
Olympiads at multiple
locations in the form of IT
and GK Quiz at Schools
Sales, Marketing and
Operations drive this
Campaign
AISECT Sales force,
AISECT Resource
Centers & AISECT
Center Managers
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Other Models:
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Increasing use of simulators, digital content, entrepreneurship programs and ICTbased tools are on the rise; these could potentially help in cost optimization,
better and focused outcomes, and reaching out to new target segments.
Simulators
• Velu the Welder (TCS)
• Skillveri
• Tecknotrove
Entrepreneurship
• Skillveri
• Sunrise Compusystems
• CSC eGovernance for
Village Level
Entrepreneurs
ICT-based
• Student Counseling
• Internships/Employment
• Mobile-enabled platforms
(mSkills)
• Inuit (for SMEs)
Need to design and support innovative models through special
project assistance as most of them do not fit in the conventional
skilling model
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