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4th FICCI GLOBAL SKILLS SUMMIT Session VI Mr. Subhadeep Choudhary
 

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    4th FICCI GLOBAL SKILLS SUMMIT Session VI Mr. Subhadeep Choudhary 4th FICCI GLOBAL SKILLS SUMMIT Session VI Mr. Subhadeep Choudhary Presentation Transcript

    • Presentation by Mr. Subhadeep Choudhury, Secretary, West Bengal State Council of Vocational Education & Training Government of West Bengal September 16, 2011
    • .
      • Why Skill Development
      • Skills and knowledge are driving forces of economic growth and social development
      • Increasingly important that country should focus on advancement of skills relevant to the emerging economic environment.
      • Expected that India will have to be home to a skilled workforce of 500 million people by 2022
      • Among them 30 million population from West Bengal is needed to be trained.
    • .
      • West Bengal – at a Glance
      • The fourth most populous state in India with 91.3 million people comprising 7.55%
      • Largely a rural state with 70% of its population living in rural areas.
      • Nearly 43% of its population is in the age-group 15-39 years
      • 18.5% of the population is in the age-group 15-24 years
      • 25.2% of the population is in the age-group 25-39 years).
      • More than 90% of employment is in the informal sector, and less than 40% of jobs in the formal sector are in the private sector.
      • Literacy rate has increased from 68.44% to 77.08%
    • .PEOPLE
      • West Bengal – at a Glance cont’d
      • Enrolment rate in Primary Education in 2009-10 was 98.5%
      • While 85.9% of primary completers move to elementary grades, only 50% of those who start primary education complete grade VIII.
      • Of every 1000 people in the age-group 5-29 years 4 people are enrolled in Diploma/Certificate program (the comparable number for India is 11)
    • State wise Drop out Rate States Class I - V Class I - VIII Class I -X Andhra Pradesh 18.8 48.7 63.1 Gujarat 26.9 48.2 59.1 Karnataka 8.7 33.9 49.4 Maharashtra 18.9 30.5 46.2 Tamil Nadu 8.5 9.1 37.7 West Bengal 35.9 63.9 72.8
    • Number of Government & Private ITIs/ITCs with Seating Capacities in Selected States As On November 2010 States Government ITIs/ITCs Seating Capacity No of Private ITIs/ITCs Seating Capacity Maharashtra 389 97624 316 38228 Gujarat 153 56876 371 21992 Karnataka 154 26034 1164 89006 Tamil Nadu 60 22120 637 63902 Andhra Pradesh 134 24558 508 99636 West Bengal 51 12716 24 1800
    • Seating Capacity of ITI s in Total Populatio n State ITI: Total Population West Bengal 1: 5722 Gujarat 1: 657 Madhya Pradesh 1:1734 Maharashtra 1:795
      • Scenario of Skill Training in West Bengal
      • Polytechnic Colleges –[70]
      • No of Government Polytechnics – 38
      • No of Govt. Sponsored Polytechnics – 02
      • No of Private Polytechnics-30
      • # Intake Capacity – 17000
      • Another 11 new Polytechnics ( under Central Govt. Assistance ) are in pipeline
      • ITI s [87]
      • No of Government ITI s – 52
      • No of Private ITI s/ ITCs – 35
      • # Intake Capacity – 16000
      • Vocational Education & Training Programme
      • No of Vocational Training Centres – 3512
      • # Intake Capacity – 210000
      State Universities: 14 Degree Collages: 450 Degree Engg. Colleges :100 Intake capacity( Engg ):33000
    • Skill Pyramid West Bengal - Skill Scenario Desired Skill Pyramid
    • Government is planning to increase in the next 3-5 years
      • Polytechnics to 100
      • ITI s to 300
      • Vocational Training Programme from School to College level in different emerging areas (in accordance with level 1 -10 of NVEQF)
    • Mission of Vocational Education in West Bengal
      • Implementation of NVEQF – Level 1 to level 4 across the State
      • Implementation of direct employment linked short term vocational courses with other reputed stakeholders
    • .
      • Sought technical assistance from World Bank to draw a Roadmap on Skill Development for Short Term /Medium Term/Long Term basis.
      • Linkage has been setup with FICCI & other reputed industries’ associations and NSDC at the Central Govt. Level for assistance to the development and modernization of Technical Education and Training Sectors
      • Introduction of Skill based job oriented Vocational Courses for the youths from VIII+ level to Higher Skill Education in Degree level
      Initiatives of the Government
    • .
      • Collaborated for job linked Skill Training Programme with:
      • IL & FS Education & Services Ltd. - in the areas of Retail Sales / Services IT enabled Services(BPO, data entry etc.)/Hospitality (Travel & Tourism, Facility Management, Food and Beverage) etc.
      • CAPSI- A Skill Sector Council on Security Services -in ‘Security Guard’, ‘CC TV Surveillance’ and ‘Fire Fighting’ etc. Programme
      • GLOBSYN Skill Company ( partner of NSDC) - in Retail Sector , Mobile repairing , IT with Accounting Package , BPO services
      Initiatives of the Government Cont’d
      • Initiatives of the Government Cont’d
      • SIEMENS - in the areas of Welding, Motor Mechanic , Air Conditioner & Refrigerator repair Mechanic and Pump set repair Mechanic
      • ICA Infotech Ltd. - in the areas of Accounting, Insurance and Taxation services
      • SREI Infrastructure Ltd. – in the areas of Facility Management, Electrician, Asphalt Laying ( Road Construction), HCV Operators, Mobile Tower Maintenance, Welding Fitting & Carpentry etc.
      • ATIRA(under Central Assistance) - in the areas of Garment Manufacturing and Machine Embroidery with CAD
      • Target Skill Development at all levels of the skill pyramid
      • Implementing Vocational Education in school
      • Creating large talent pool through Modular Employable Skills
      • Employing Technology
      • Strengthening linkages between employers and the system
      • Upgrading Quality of Skill Training
      Developing a road map…..
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