Kaushalya Vardhan Kendra (Skill development)

Report
Presentation
on
Kaushalya Vardhan Kendra (Skill development )
Project of Gujarat
Date – 27th August 2014
Presentation by – V. S. Champavat
Directorate of Employment & Training
Government of Gujarat
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Background
• India enjoys benefits of demographic dividend. 35% of population of India is
below 15 years age and 700 million people are below 35 years of age*
• Indian economy emerged a robust and consistent performer during recent
recessions.
• National Skill Development Corporation aims to provide 500 million skilled
manpower by 2022 -Gujarat needs to skill 4 million youth, around 5 lakhs /
year+.
• To meet the demand of Skilled Man Power and provide employment
opportunities to address rural population that constitutes 70% .
• To harness the potential of rural youth.
• Impart Training of Hard and Soft Skills to meet the demand of regional and
local industries.
• Increase employability through certification.
* Source: Census-2011
+Source: NSDC website Organization profile
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What is
Kaushalya Vardhan Kendra ?
• An Institute to Impart desired skill training at the door steps of the rural
population
• Courses designed on the basis of participatory approach of Kaushalya Sabha
in the villages with population of 5,000 in general and 4,900 in tribal areas
 Now in villages having population of 2500 to cover all tribal
talukas
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Purpose and Priorities of KVK Initiative
“KVKs are one of such unique initiatives created in the state of Gujarat to fulfill the skill
needs of the industries in various sectors and simultaneously catering to local requisites
thereby ensuring social welfare.”
• Instead of trainees going to the institutes, the institutes come to the
trainees
• Rehabilitate school drop outs, skill & empower the rural youth, adolescent
girls and housewives
• Flexible approach: Instead of trainees being offered available courses, the
institutes run courses preferred by trainees and industry
• To support the supply of trained skilled persons who are adjustable
dynamically to the changing demands of employment and technologies
• Promote self-employment and entrepreneurship by multi skilling
• Improve employability and thereby reduce poverty
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Strategies adopted to bring transformation
Lead to…
Identification of Location
for KVK
Selection of Courses
Identification of trainers
Course duration, timings,
soft skill requirement etc.
• Adopted WISH approach
W - Women Oriented Courses
I - Industry Specific Courses
S- Soft Skill Related Courses
H- Hard Core Traditional Courses
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Roadmap
2012
Total 500 KVKs
2011
15th
August 2010
2014
June-July 2010
Additional 35 KVKs
Additional 165
KVKs
Establishment of additional 150 KVKs
Apr – June 2010
Inauguration of 150 KVKs
March 2010
3-7th Dec 2009
Identifying school ,rent-free buildings.
Kaushalya Sabhas , interaction with stakeholders
Earmarking of Budget
Chintan Shibir at Dhordo (Conceptualizing KVK)
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Highlights of the Initiative
Achievement
• 11,98,634 youth trained out of which 7,47,181 are women (62%)
from August -2010 till July-2014.
• Total - 500 KVKs.
Training Modality
• Minimum 4 courses @ 20 trainees / each courses (Compassing soft skill
training
• Fee assumption for SC/ST/Women/PH & BPL candidates and nominal
fees of Rs. 50/- for General Candidates
• No upper age limit
• Admission on the bases of Oral Test for the candidates having no school
leaving certificate
• 512 Short term courses have been identified considering local need
(40 hrs. to 576 hrs).
• 1980 Life Skill courses also have been identified
• Certification by Gujarat Council of Vocational Training (GCVT)
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Budget (Per KVKs)
Monitoring Mechanism of KVK
•
NIC developed portal for KVK monitoring
•
Principal of attached ITI designated as Skill Development Officer (SDO)
•
Created post of Co-ordinator (Foreman Instructor) to Head the KVK
•
Kaushalya Sabha in villages for awareness generation regarding benefits of KVK,
identification of courses, liaison with Kaushalya Samitis
•
Constituted Kaushalya Samitis to ensure proper infrastructure facilities for training,
quality of training, awareness campaign, linkage with industry for promoting
employment and self-employment
•
Regular Meetings of all Co-ordinators at Head Office & RDD office
•
Usage of SATCOM for review at Kaushalya Samitis Level
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Role of key stakeholders
Labour & Employment Department
Directorate of Employment
&Training
Skill Development Officer-SDO
(Principal of mentor ITI)
Coordinator of the respective KVKs
(Regular Foreman Instructor)
Kaushalya Samiti at village level
Village & Block Leaders
Framing Policies & norms, Providing
adequate budget
Overall Implementation, Monitoring
& Supervision
Coordination with cluster villages,
Monthly inspection & evaluation, fund
disbursement & skill gap analysis
Head of the unit & member secretary of
Kaushalya Samiti - Selection of courses,
training activities, admission, examination
& placement assistance.
Sensitize local youth, assess the local
needs, evaluate quality of training &
social audit.
To guide people to avail benifits
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Outcome of the Initiative
Number of Trainees Trained (Progressive)
1400000
1198634
1200000
1099592
1000000
747181
807699
800000
679074
600000
400000
200000
482334
364091
209178
116565
55372
0
Year 2010-11
Year 2011-12
Progressive Trainees Trained
Year 2012-13
Year 2013-14
Year 2014-15
(Up
to July-2014)
No. of Women (Progressive)
• Percentage of women participants increased from 47% (2010-11) to 62% (up to
July-2014) in 2014-15.
• KVK has given impetus to a new form of training culture among the rural folks
specially women
Popular Courses
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i-KVK (Industrial Kaushalya Vardhan Kendra)
Under the Chairmanship of the then Hon'ble Chief Minister Shri Narendrabhai Modi, the following schemes
were launched during the "Shram Kaushalya Pancham Samaroh" on February 24, 2014
Vision
Mission Statement
Objectives
The theory runs that companies
will be willing to pay only for those
skills that are strictly firm-specific,
i.e., much more useful for them
than for other companies – high
degree of engagement and
ownership on the part of the
employer
Skilling in the Industry by the
Industry for the Industry and
beyond on Specific Courses with
Certification from the Government
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Fact File
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Trainees to be trained at the industry training centre
Provision of industry based theory and practical assignments by
the sector/ industry experts will eventually reduce the existing
skill mismatch, thereby bringing down the skill gap
Decentralized approval of syllabus (within 48 Hrs) – Setting
norms
Industry specific Assessment & Certification by GCVT/ MES
Memorandum of Association (MoA) signed for 125 i-KVK Centres
22 Sectors have been covered under the scheme
As many as 136 courses (Long Term : 24, Short Term : 112) have
been identified
Operationalized web portal for I-KVK,
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To generate “In house” skills to
meet up Standardized
Benchmarks
To increase employability
To produce an industry-ready
workforce
Win-Win Scenario for 3
Stakeholders i.e. Government,
Industries & Workers
Sector wise Industries
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
75
17
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Intas, Zydus Cadilla, Cera
Sanitary, Bhagwati Sphero
Cast, Vatva Industries
Association, Narayan Hosp.,
Plumbing Association, etc.
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16
50
8
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Laurels and Achievements
1.
Ownership of the project is vested with stakeholders
2.
After intense review of the scheme, Planning Commission & Ministry
of
Labour, GoI has felt that Kaushalya Vardhan Kendra model
implemented by Government of Gujarat appears to be appropriate for
designing PPP architecture for setting up 5000 Skill Development
centres (SDCs) in the country
PM’s award for excellence in public administration
Kaushalya Vardhan Kendra(Skill
development) Project
of
Gujarat has been conferred
with the “PM’s award for
excellence
in
public
administration” for year 201112
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Thank You…
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Financial Planning
Expenditure per KVK
SR
PARTICULAR
EXPENDITURE/YEAR
1
Remuneration to Coordinator, Regular GI Grade (Regular Scale)
3,60,000
2
Remuneration to Trainers, Multi-purpose skill assistant
8,47,000
3
Raw material
4
Electricity, Rent, Administrative Expense, Advertisement & On job
visit
53,000
Total Recurring Expenditure
5
4,06,000
16,66,000
Machinery and Equipment (Non-Recurring)
26,00,000
Total Non-Recurring Expenditure
26,00,000
Total
42,66,000/-
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Popular Trades in KVK
300000
250000
241978
228693
194248
200000
150000
114020
85099
100000
50000
49200
56865
36064
29445
5614
8283
27806
20535
2973
0
Beauty & Hair
Dressing
Computer
Fundamental
Garments
Female
Basic Elecrical
Training
Hand
Embroidery
Tally
Makeup Artist
Male
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