Indian Plumbing Skills Council (IPSC) - DDU-GKY

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Indian Plumbing Skills Council (IPSC)
A
Presentation to
Hon’ble Shri Jairam Ramesh
Minister Of Rural Development
October 08,2013
Page 1
The Importance of Plumbing…
In a recent speech to villagers in Rajasthan, Rural Development
Minister advised young women
* Not to consider marrying a suitor unless he has an indoor
toilet.
* Only 50% of households in the world's second-most populated
country have indoor toilets, making India the 'world's largest
open-air toilet‘
* We in India have more Mobile phones than indoor sanitation
facilities
Indian Plumbing Skills Council
(IPSC) is an initiative under the
National
Skill
Development
Corporation (NSDC)
IPSC formed to cater to the need for skilled manpower for the
plumbing industry in India and abroad
The Importance of Plumbing…
IPSC’s endeavour is to make India Healthy by meeting everyday
needs for hygiene, and personal care that help people feel
good, look good and get more out of life.
Joint Effort for forming IPSC
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INCOSAMA an apex body in the plumbing sector
Backed by titans of industry
Full support of NSDC
Industry Support in developing
IPSC
Manufacturer’s, Consultant’s, Plumbing Contractor’s,
Plumbing
Consultant’s, Plumbing & Fire Fighting Consultant’s,
Academician’s,
Pump Manufacturer’s, Association’s, Distributor’s, etc.
Governing Body
1. R K Somany, CMD HSIL Ltd - CHAIRMAN
12. Mr. D.S.Sachdeva, NSDC Nominee
IPSC
2. Vinay Gupta, MD Bathline India Pvt Ltd
VICE CHAIRMAN IPSC
3. M K Gupta, MD MKG Engineering Services
Pvt Ltd, New Delhi
4. Manoj Mathur, Chief Consultant Premier
Engineering Consultants, Hyderabad
5. J K Verma, Director Northern Sanitation,
New Delhi
6. Sandip K Roychoudhry, Director Sanitary
Syndicate P Ltd, Kolkata
7. Mr. A. P. Mathur CPWD Nominee
8. C S Gupta, Nominee Indian Plumbing
Association - (IPA)
9. Mr. C. Shekar Reddy, Construction
Industry Nominee
10. Prof. V K Paul, Professor of Building and
Engineering Materials, SPA Delhi
11. Prof. (Dr) Asis Mazumdar Professor
Jadavpur University
13. R B Kabra, Director INCOSAMA
14. Harsh Agarwala, MD Ori-Plast Group
15. Sanjeev K Agarwal, MD Binay Udyog Pvt
Ltd, Kolkata
16. Gurmit Singh Arora, MD Rajco Metal
Industries Pvt, Mumbai
17. N. Rajeev, ESPA Water Systems Pvt Ltd,
Bangalore
18.Deepak Poddar, Director Ashirvad Pipes
Pvt Ltd, Bangalore
19. Milind Shete, MD Milind Services,
Nashik
20. Ashish Gupta Director, GMGR Bathfittings
Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi
21. Manoj Dhar, Director, Lurizol Advanced
Materials India P. Ltd.
22. Harish K. Khilnani, MD, Dyener Electro
Systems P. Ltd.
Page 8
Plumbing Sector – Overview
 Size of plumbing industry – 7.5% to 15% the size of construction industry
[Size of construction industry – Rs 330,000 Crore in 2010-11]
 Manpower requirement – 2.5% of manpower in construction industry
[Currently, 33 million people employed in construction industry]
 More than 70% of the plumbers come from Orissa (Kendrapada District)
 Organized workforce to Unorganized workforce = 10:90
 Most of the skill learning in the industry happens through unstructured, on-the
job training (OJT)
 The industry has three main segments:
Plumbers & Contractors in the construction industry
Manufacturers of plumbing related products
Plumbing Consultants
Page 9
Plumbing Sector – Growth and Key Market Trends
 Apart from construction, plumbing is now being frequently used for different
services: Water supply; Sewage and drainage; Gas supply; Water treatment; Fire
fighting; Industrial waste management; and Air conditioning.
 Plumbing products have also got advanced in terms of technology, so their
installation and servicing requires highly skilled labor force.
 Plumbers & Contractors in the construction industry – CAGR of about 11.1%
 Plumbing Consultant – Specialized role has existed for last 35 years but has gained
momentum in the last 10 years
 Recently, besides Civil & Mechanical Engineers, Draftsmen, Quantity Surveyors,
Design Engineers, Computer operators (CAD), Environment Engineers have started
joining Plumbing Consultant segment.
Page 10
Plumbing Sector – Market Size and Employment
Plumbing Industry
Market Size - Rs 23,300 + Crore
Employment - ~1,405,000
Plumbing Consultants
Plumbers & Contractors in the
construction industry
Market Size - Rs 1,500 + Crore
Employment - ~900,000
Employment - ~5,000
Manufacturers of Plumbing
related products
Market Size - Rs 21,800 + Crore
Employment - ~500,000
Sanitary Ware
Market Size - Rs 1,600 + Crore
Bathroom fittings / bathroom
hardware
Market Size - Rs 1,800 + Crore
Pipes and fittings
Market Size - Rs 17,000 + Crore
Valves
Market Size - Rs 1,400 + Crore
Page 11
Plumbing Sector – Industry Structure and Some Key Players
Government
Associations & Institutions
• Development
Authorities
• Public Works
Department
(PWD)
• Public Health and
Engineering
Department
(PHED)
• Urban Local
Bodies
• NSDC
• Customs
Department
• Tax Department
• World Plumbing Council
• The International Association of
Plumbing and Mechanical Official
(IAPMO)
• Indian Plumbing Association (IPA)
• Confederation of Real Estate
Developers’ Associations of India
(CREDAI)
• Indian Society of Heating,
Refrigeration and Air-conditioning
Engineers (ISHRAE)
• Fire and Safety Association of
India (FSAI)
• All India Sanitaryware
Manufacturers Association
(AISMA)
• International Council for
Promotion of Copper Industries
(ICPCI)
• Brihan Mumbai Licensed
Plumbers Association (BMLPA)
• Indian Council of Ceramic Tiles
and Sanitaryware (ICCTAS)
Contractors/
Builders
• Plumbing
Contractors
• Aqualine
Engineers
• D.S. Gupta
Construction
Pvt. Ltd.
• GR Tech
Services Pvt. Ltd
• Professional
Plumbing Co.
• Builders
• Jaypee
• 3C
• Raheja
• L&T – ECC
• Gaursons
• DLF
• Unitech
Consultants
Manufacturers
• D’plumbing
Consultants,
Mumbai
• John Mech-El
Technologies (P)
Ltd, Mumbai
• Spectral Services
• MKG Consultants,
New Delhi
• Northern
Sanitation (P) LTD,
New Delhi
• Uniplus
Consultants
• HSIL
• Cera
• Parryware
• ROCA
• Villeroy & Boch
• Kohler
• Aquaplus
• Jaquar & Co.
• Hindware
• Grohe
• JAL
• Bathline
• Havells
• Prince Pipes &
Fittings
• Tata
• Finolex
• Supreme
• Jindal Pipes
• Kirloskar Brothers
• L&T and BHEL for
Industrial Valves
Page 12
Employment in Construction Sector by Education Level of
Workers
Category
% of employmet Total Employment
*Unskilled workers
83%
25.6 million
*Skilled workers
10%
3.3 million
*Engineers
3%
0.8 million
*Technicians and foremen
2%
0.6 million
*Clerical
2%
0.7 million
Source: Report of the Working Group on Construction for the Eleventh Five Year Plan, Planning Commission, Government of India
Page 13
Incremental Requirement for Key Skills in the Construction Sector
in India by 2022
Profile
Incremental Requirement (’000)
Skill Level
Minimally educated
38,038
Carpenters
1,892
Vocationally Trained Masons
1,419
Vocationally Trained Steel fixers
1,419
Vocationally Trained Plumbers
1,183
Vocationally Trained
engineers
473
Specialised
Supervisors
473
Specialised
Surveyors
47
Page 14
Incremental Requirement for Key Skills in the Construction Sector
in India by 2022
Profile
Incremental Requirement (’000)
Skill Level
Minimally educated
38,038
Carpenters
1,892
Vocationally Trained Masons
1,419
Vocationally Trained Steel fixers
1,419
Vocationally Trained Plumbers
1,183
Vocationally Trained
engineers
473
Specialised
Supervisors
473
Specialised
Surveyors
47
Page 15
IPSC: Mandate for next 10 years
• Manpower to be certified in 10 yrs
• Number of Trainers to be trained
12+ lakhs
11,000+
Number of Training Institutes to be certified
• Number of Trades for which skill
220
50
development has to be carried out
Page 16
Milestones at IPSC……
IPSC registered u/s 25 on 11th July 2012
Approval of NSDC received on 26th Sept 2012
Grant agreement signed on 28th December 2012
First Grant Received in June 2013
NOS for 30 job roles made
Curriculum and Content for 3 job roles developed
with consultations with US-IAPMO, School of
Planning and Architecture ,UK,SkillsTech-Australia
& others
Training to commence from 15th October 2013
Content made with consultations with IAPMO,
School of Planning and Architecture ,
Special Initiative by IPSC
Course, Training & Placement
for disabled children (hearing
impaired)-Pilot Initiative
The Way Forward……
Skill Gap Study
Labour Management Information System (LMIS)
Accreditation framework to be developed
MoUs to be signed with Accreditation Partners
Selection of Assessment/Certification Partners
Page 22
There is a tremendous need to
impart training on importance of
Green plumbing and its advantages
Thank you !
Let us all work to build a
skilled nation!
Please contact:
Indian Plumbing Skills Council
B-168-169, DDA Complex,
Okhla Phase – 1, New Delhi – 110020, India
E:[email protected],Website: www.ipssc.in
Tele:+91 11 26816647/41513580

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