NSDC Partner

Report
For Private Circulation only
Leveraging the NSDC Skills
Ecosystem for Trainings and
Standards
SCOPE, New Delhi
July 23, 2013
Mr Dilip Chenoy
CEO & MD
www.nsdcindia.org
Presentation Flow
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Slides 3-7: Overview of NSDC and Performance Snapshot
Slides 8-11: NSDC Mapping in PSE Locations
Slides 12-16: Engagement with Training Partners (5 Models)
Slides 17-18: Engagement with Sector Skill Councils (SSC)
Slide 19: World Skills
Slide 20: Contact Details
Training Engagement Models (with Case Study)
1. Establish a NSDC Skill Centre
2. Scholarship Support/Skills Fund
3. Infrastructure Support
4. Engagement in Udaan Project (J&K Special Initiative)
5. Scaling Livelihood/Self-Employment Programs
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About NSDC
NSDC is a PPP under the Ministry of Finance’s National Skill Development Agency
(NSDA), to promote skill development with a mandate to skill 150 million people
in various sectors by 2022.
Create
Proactively catalyze
creation of large, quality
vocational training
institutions
Create the vision
and help define
the path
Fund
Reduce risk by providing
patient capital
Demonstrate
commitment to
the purpose
Enable
Support systems required
for skill development
•
Sector skill councils
•
Quality Assurance
•
Information system
•
Train-the-trainer
•
Set Standards
Create a viable
ecosystem
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Skill Gap Studies
Industry requires 347 million skilled manpower over 10 years for sustaining it’s growth
Source: Proprietary
IMaCS analysis
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Achievements 2012-2013
Achievement
(FY 2010-11)
Achievement (FY
2011-12)
Achievement
(FY 2012-13)
Achievement
(FY 2013-14)
Total Number of Proposals
(incremental)
28
30
42
10
•
Skilling
25
21
35
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Sector Skill Councils
3
9
7
3
No. of Trainees in Yr 1 (Mn)
0.46
0.16
0.24
0.03
Training capacity over 10
years (Mn)
41.03
26.55
16.01
0.88
Training Capacity created
per annum (Mn)
8.3
5.02
2.26
0.32
663.87
692.54
617.81
104.88
Parameters for evaluation
Funds Commitment
(Rs Cr)
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Dashboard Progress (June 2013)
Approved
Funded
Till Date
Active
June 2013
Till Date
June 2013
Training
Partners
87
51
49
Centres
Operational
1596*
0
24
States/UTs
Covered
24/3
0
0
Sector Skill
Councils
21
12
12
Courses
Rolled
650
40
123
Districts
Covered
340
12
0
Training Target for June 2013 is 67,515
(as per Annual Plan – FY 2013-14)
Parameters
Trainings
Placements
100% quality
compliance
Courses
compliant
Training Target for FY 2013-14 is 10,00,000
Year-to-date achievement
%age of year-to-date
target achieved
Achievement in June
2013
%age of target achieved in
June 2013
Achievement
in June 2012
1,03,851
70%
50,378
74%
13,267
62,150
60%
21,147
42%
9,439
21 partners
45%
-
--
8 partners
384
59%
-
--
170
Other Parameters
Male: Female
Ratio
1.4:1
Trainings
Under Progress
72,374
Sectors Covered
30
Revenue generated till
Mar 2013
INR Cr 178.7
Total trained in FY 10 – 11
Total trained in FY 11 – 12
Total trained in FY 12 – 13
20,484
1,81,691
4,02,506
Total Placed in FY 10 -- 11
Total placed in FY 11 – 12
Total placed in FY 12 – 13
14,399
1,44,238
2,16,741
Fund disbursed till date*
INR Cr 376.7
Fund disbursed till March 2013
INR Cr 309.1
Total trained till date
7,08,532
Total placed till date
4,37,528
Fund disbursed in June 2013
INR Cr 18.86
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NSDC Coverage Pan-India
States
Districts
Districts
Covered in
April
Number of
active
centers
Lakshadweep
1
0
0
Madhya Pradesh
50
50
310
Covered in
Number of
April
active centers
States
Andaman & Nicobar
Island
3
0
0
Andhra Pradesh
23
22
144
Arunachal Pradesh
17
0
0
Maharashtra
35
13
70
Assam
27
10
14
Manipur
9
0
0
Bihar
38
7
10
Mizoram
8
0
0
Chandigarh
1
1
1
Nagaland
11
0
0
Chhattisgarh
27
26
221
Odisha
30
18
138
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
1
0
0
Pondicherry
4
1
1
Daman & Diu
2
0
0
Delhi
9
8
37
Punjab
20
11
50
Goa
2
1
2
Rajasthan
33
23
57
Gujarat
26
17
69
Sikkim
4
4
18
Haryana
21
13
37
Tamil Nadu
32
13
32
Himachal Pradesh
12
3
4
Tripura
8
8
31
J&K
22
2
2
Uttar Pradesh
74
43
95
Jharkhand
24
5
12
Uttarakhand
13
3
12
Karnataka
30
19
71
West Bengal
19
19
67
Kerala
14
4
6
Total
671
352
1572
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Engagement with Training Partners
• NSDC and PSE’s have common set of aspirations in the domain of skill
development
• PSE’s lack credible partners to carry out trainings for sub-segments of target
group in identified locations under CSR (backward regions, operational
locations, etc.)
• Long-term sustainability and impact of projects (quality training,
placements, etc) is an area of major concern.
• Various skills – arts, handicraft, BFSI, digital literacy etc. – making the
trainings actionable linking with jobs
NEXT 3 SLIDES
Mapping of NSDC Partners with PSE Locations for GAIL, CIL and NHPC.
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Trades
Offered
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Model 1 – Establish a NSDC Skill Centre
• NSDC Partners provide a basket of skills programs in multiple sectors.
• In areas of operation or adoption, PSEs can look into setting up new
centres tied to the aspirations of the local youth.
• The program could be a combination of trades (retail, automotive,
hospitality, ITES, etc.) and Self-employment programs (mobile repair, auto
mechanic, etc.
NSDC Partner: IL&FS, Madhya Pradesh
GAIL through its CSR program has supported IL&FS to establish skill centers in Guna (MP),
Bilwara (MP) and Tandur (AP).
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Model 2 – Scholarship Support/Skills Fund
• NSDC maps its partner centers with PSE locations across the country
• PSE’s identify and sponsor defined number of candidates for training at
NSDC partner locations
• Skills Fund – Common fund for supporting underprivileged youth
NSDC Partner: Gols Academy, Gujarat
Chambers of Commerce in Gujarat fund trainees in our Partner Site located within the
Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation
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Model 3 – Infrastructure Support
• Sponsoring NSDC partner location for skills training in terms of main
facility, hostels, etc.
• Support in terms of providing a facility for training or for residential
training programs (hostels)
• NSDC partners can also work backwards by working with PSE’s to run
training facilities (ITI’s) at the area of choice of PSE’s
NSDC Partner: Gram Tarang, Maharashtra
Tata Motors has provided infrastructure and other support to facilitate training of youth
within its premises in Pune.
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Model 4 – Engagement in Udaan Project (J&K)
www.nsdcudaan.com
• Engagement in the Udaan project, special industry initiative to skill and
place 40,000 youth in J&K over a period of 5 yrs
• Target Segment – Grads, Post Grads, engineering students and degree
holders
• 29,000 youth already engaged with 1000+ going through corporate
training with 20+ corporates
• PSE’s can come forward to replicate the Udaan project with CSR funds in
other regions
Industry Partners
CMC Ltd, BHEL, ONGC, TCS, Wipro, YES Bank, Future Learning, iYogi, IISD, Rooman, HCL
Tech, Infosys, Apollo, HAL, NTPC, BSNL, Accenture
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Model 5 – Scaling Livelihood/Self-Employment Programs
• Scaling of livelihood programs, e.g., farmer training.
• Some NSDC partners undertake entrepreneurship development programs
and set up of collaborative agri-product organisations, craft production
companies and linking them to the market
• Linking such programs with NSDC partners can help reach out to clusters
that are not served/under-served, with market linkages.
NSDC Partner: Indigram, Karnataka
Indigram provides farmer training in interior parts of Karnataka, leading to formation of
Farmer Producer Organizations (FPO)
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Sector Skill Councils: Status
Approved by NSDC
Approved by NSDC
SSC Proposals under Diligence with
NSDC
Auto
Electronics Hardware
Power
Security
Life Sciences
Mining
Retail
Food Processing
Construction Equipment
IT/ITES
Aerospace & Aviation
Beauty & Wellness
BFSI
Iron & Steel
Apparels & Textiles
Leather
Domestic Workers
Media
SSC Proposals in Pipeline
Healthcare
Handicrafts & Handlooms
Gems & Jewelry
Hospitality
Rubber
Chemicals
Telecom
Oil & Gas
Agriculture
Building Hardware
Plumbing
Construction and Real Estate
Priority Sectors
Large Workforce
Informal Sector
Manufacturing
Furniture & Furnishing
Logistics & Transportation
Sports (Special Sector)
Capital Goods
FMCG
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Engagement with Sector Skill Councils
Sector Skill Councils are industry-led autonomous bodies, with initial funding
from NSDC in the form of a grant of 5 Cr.
1. Participate in the governance by becoming a member of the Sector
Skill Councils
2. Contribute to development of National Occupational Standards
(NOS) & Qualification Packs for various job-roles within the sector.
3. Earmark man days for employees to contribute to Assessment of
trainees from NSDC partner institutions in relevant sectors.
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World Skills, Leipzig, Germany 2013
• NSDC is the country’s coordinating body for the World Skills competition, equivalent
of Skill Olympics.
• Indian team - 24 participants covering 22 unique skills out of the total of 46
categories at the Leipzig Competition
• In the recently help competition, three Indian students bag “Medallion of
Excellence” at the World Skills Competition at Leipzig, Germany
• The three winners are as follows:
• Sarthak Jain (IT and Software Solution for Business) – 17 years old just passed
out of school
• Bhahesh Chandra Jana (Jewellery) - Class 5 dropout
• Arun Raj Balasubramani (Graphic Design Technology) - Graphic designer who
has not been able to enrol for a bachelor’s degree
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CONTACT DETAILS
Address:
National Skill Development Corporation
A Block, The Clarion Collection ( Qutab Hotel)
Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg
New Delhi 110016, India
Tel: 011-47451600
MD/CEO:
Mr Dilip Chenoy | [email protected]
SSC Engagement:
Mr Basab Banerjee | [email protected]
Udaan Project:
Ms Gouri Gupta | [email protected]
Training Partners Engagement:
Mr Mahesh Venkateswaran | [email protected]
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