Electronics Sector Skills Council of India - DDU-GKY

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Electronics Sector Skills Council of India
&
National Rural Livelihood Mission
&
Possible Partnership
8th October, 2013
About us
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:
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CEAMA - Consumer Electronics and Durables sector.
ELCINA - Electronics and IT manufacturers
IESA - Electronics & Semiconductor Association
IPCA - PCB technology
MAIT - Computer hardware, training and software industries.
Financial support is by :
National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).
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ESSCI is focussed on establishing an effective and efficient ecosystem for developing and
imparting of outcome-oriented skills for the Electronics Systems, Design and Manufacturing
Industry (ESDM).
ESSCI is responsible for standardization, accreditation and certification processes to
enhance the employability of the Indian workforce globally.
ESSCI’s target is to train 8,500 trainees in FY14 and 2 million trainees on cumulative basis
by 2022.
First Milestone
ESSCI with help of consultant IMaCS has prepared National Occupational Standards (NOS) for 5
high priority Job Roles.
Job Roles
Circuit Imaging Operator
Pick and Place Operator
Through Hole Operator
Set Top Box Installer and Service
Technician
Television Repair Technician
Sub- Sector
PCB Manufacturing
PCB Assembly
PCB Assembly
Consumer Electronics
Consumer Electronics
This first batch of QPs and NOSs have been approved by NSDC.
Shri. P Chidambaram, Minister for Finance, Government of India has released the CDs of our
QPs/ NOSs during the launch of National Skill Certification & Monetary Reward Scheme on
16th August 2013 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, in the presence of Shri Jairam Ramesh
(Minister for Rural Development), Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia (Deputy Chairman, Planning
Commission) and Shri. S. Ramadorai (Chairman, NSDC)
Up skilling Rural India
Rural penetration of consumer durables has seen a significant upward trend.
 TV penetration has moved from around 31 per cent in 2007 to 39.8 per cent in 2010.
 Digital TV penetration in rural India is higher than in urban areas, says a report compiled by
the Indian Readership Survey (IRS) .
Hence huge demand for Job Roles like Television Repair Technician & Set Top Box Installer
and Service Technician.
 ESSCI is aiming at creating a workforce empowered with improved skills and increasing
the productivity of workforce in the unorganized sector & increasing participation of
youth .
 ESSCI courses specially designed for BPL people and students who are 10th Pass/10+2
Pass.
 ESSCI affiliating training partners that assure at least 70% placement and have PanIndia presence.
 ESSCI through training provider will encourage students for Self- employment options.
NSDC has tie-up with SBI to facilitate Loans.
Roll-out Plan
Job Roles
Oct. - Dec 13
Jan. - Mar 14
FY 2013-14
TV Repair Technician
Set Top Box Installer
Computer Hardware &
Networking
Pick & Place Operator
Other PCB related courses
950
800
1060
2110
2010
2910
3000
3000
90
160
90
240
180
400
TOTAL
2000
6500
8500
Next Milepost
Indian Electronics and IT Hardware sector production amounted to $20 billion in
2009 and the import of electronic items was $40 billion.
The thrust is on service of TVs, refrigerators and tablets as demanded by rural India
today. Hence ESSCI is working on following NOSs:
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IT Hardware & Networking Engineer
Air- conditioning & Refrigeration Technician
Inverter Repair Technician
Electronic Product Testing Technician
Solar Panels Installation Technician
ESSCI is also working on manufacturing oriented Job Roles for rural youth to
support existing and new manufacturing units.
Thank You !

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