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Global Skills Summit                         2011            Engagement of Industry for Implementation of                 ...
INDIA Context26-Sep-11               2
Macroeconomic Context         Growth Rate (NNP at Factor Cost)1210                                          9.7           ...
By 2026, majority of Indian population will be in youngerage bracket, but at present only 2% of them arevocationally train...
Lower vocational trained population is primarily dueto supply driven approach•   Supply driven•   Mismatch between skills ...
Market-relevant skill development programs -thekeys to break the poverty cycle                                            ...
IL&FS Approach & Strategy26-Sep-11                           7
26-Sep-11                                                                             OPTIMUM UTILIZATION OF EXISTING     ...
Components of ApproachHow………..• Establish Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships      – Linkage with business development services...
Multi-stakeholder partnership to pool in core                    strengths and ensure “buy-in”             Community      ...
Variety of Clients /Mandates      Central govt. Mandates      State mandates      Training & Livelihoods for PAP      ...
Central Government Mandates              Program                        Industry / Trades Skills for Employment in Apparel...
METHODOLOGY            ARCHITECTURE26-Sep-11              13
Quality in Every Element of Process Delivery …  26-Sep-11                                      14
Understanding industry demand and skill                        requirements   Understanding industry    requirement      ...
Training Curriculum•   Blend of Technical and soft skill        Other features:    training                              ...
Sample Industry Partners                 Partnership with over 400 companies across various26-Sep-11                      ...
Trainer selection and ToT•   Trainers selected from Industry•   Trainers undergo 15-20 days workshop     – To understand o...
Trainers Trained by International Experts26-Sep-11                                       19
Community Mobilization•   All existing programmes targets Rural    BPL Youth•   Rural BPL youth is located in interior    ...
Trainee Profile Verification•     All existing programmes for Rural BPL      Youth•     BPL status , Age and Address of ea...
Entry Gate Assessment•   Each eligible trainee goes through   Colour blindness Test    compulsory “Entry Gate Assessment” ...
Factory Simulated Classroom                          •   Existing infrastructure of Govt/Industry                         ...
Training Centre refurbished by IL&FS26-Sep-11                                 24
Hospitality Training Lab26-Sep-11                              25
Typical Leather Centre   Typical Welding Centre   Typical Textile Centre,26-Sep-11                                        ...
Multimedia Based Training                              K-Yan26-Sep-11                               27
Graduation Day26-Sep-11                    28
Assessment & Certification Partners• 3rd party Assessment by the Expert Agencies:26-Sep-11                                ...
Accountability and Transparency•   Trainee Details maintained on    Website:     – Personal details including SC/ST       ...
Placement and Follow up•   Achieved overall 86% placement;    Balance offered jobs but did not    accept•   Tied up with o...
IL&FS Skill Development Projects –                        Outputs and Outcomes26-Sep-11                                   ...
Impact on Trainee       PARAMETER              PRE - TRAINING        POST – TRAINING       Core Employable Skills None    ...
IMPACT ON INDUSTRY  BEFORE TRAINING               AFTER TRAINING                                Trainees undergoIndustry r...
Performance so far….            Total Candidates Trained   140396            Total Candidates Placed    118765            ...
26-Sep-11   36
Transportation and Settling downProcess• Special compartment is arranged for the trainees   from Bhubaneswar/Berhampur/Jha...
Impact• More than 90% of the trainees  earn above Rs.5000 per month  after 3 months, in addition to  free boarding and lod...
Impact   District: Kandhamal                                                    (One of the worst affected blocks         ...
Impact                             District: SundargarhTrainee Name: Rashmita SethiBPL Number: 21Village: Jaraikela Block:...
A trainee who joins an organized sector unit sends, on an average                          INR 2000 per month to his/her h...
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  1. 1. Global Skills Summit 2011 Engagement of Industry for Implementation of Skills Programs Presentation by IL&FS Clusters26-Sep-11 1
  2. 2. INDIA Context26-Sep-11 2
  3. 3. Macroeconomic Context Growth Rate (NNP at Factor Cost)1210 9.7 9.6 9.4 8.7 8 7.2 6 5.8 4 3.6 2 0 Services and Manufacturing sector to expand – increasing share of the -India on Growth Path economy - Even in downturn the growth Agriculture to grow at negative rate projected at 7% HOWEVER, POVERTY STILL PREVAILS – As per World Bank statistics, India’s poor are at 400 million 26-Sep-11 3
  4. 4. By 2026, majority of Indian population will be in youngerage bracket, but at present only 2% of them arevocationally trained However, they cannot be classified as Employable because: - School Drop out ratio is very high - Only 2% of the labour force aged 15-35 have received any vocational training - 67% of the labour force are either illiterate or primary school level educated - 69% of unemployed are educated but without professional training or skills- 36 % of the population in 2011 would be people in age group of 15-34 years - Challenge is to ensure that this Demographic Dividend does not- These represent YOUTH entering workforce become Demographic Liability 26-Sep-11 4
  5. 5. Lower vocational trained population is primarily dueto supply driven approach• Supply driven• Mismatch between skills requirement of the industry and training in the institutions• Caters mainly to traditional manufacturing sector (only 10% of the total workforce)• Not catering to sunrise industries and services sectors• Poor infrastructure / Lack of sufficient raw material, consumables• Lack of motivated & well qualified trainers.• Entry barriers for school drop-outs• Long-duration courses increases opportunity cost of training for the beneficiary• India has 5,000 industrial training institutes and 7,000 vocational schools, while PRC has about 500,000 vocational schools.26-Sep-11 5
  6. 6. Market-relevant skill development programs -thekeys to break the poverty cycle Improved, st able Organized standard of sector living employment and social Market- relevant security Skill No Development education  Courses designed to meet the specific needs of the /school industry, across sectors drop out Poverty  Employment linkages with organized sector  Short-duration courses to improve accessibility to trainees  No artificial educational requirement barriers  Formal certification  Employment in organised sector forms the basis for financial inclusion and access to social security26-Sep-11 6
  7. 7. IL&FS Approach & Strategy26-Sep-11 7
  8. 8. 26-Sep-11 OPTIMUM UTILIZATION OF EXISTING TRAINING INFRASTRUCTURE UNRELENTING FOCUS ON QUALITY (IN DESIGN, CONTENT, DELIVERY & STANDARDS) (Govt., Industry, Experts) Strategic Framework INNOVATIVE USE OF TECHNOLOGY DEMAND LED TRAINING APPROACH MULTI-STAKEHOLDER PARTNERSHIPS8
  9. 9. Components of ApproachHow………..• Establish Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships – Linkage with business development services and network with market players – Integrate with employment generation /livelihood strategies of GoI – Creating and operationalising platforms for linkages (informal-formal, industry, civil society, local government)• Blend with the Institutional structure – Dovetail with schemes / policies (DIPP, MORD, MoLE)• Create institutional Capacities (Trained Trainers)• Scalability• Quality (Design, content, delivery, standards)• Accountability & Transparency• Transformational Impact26-Sep-11 9
  10. 10. Multi-stakeholder partnership to pool in core strengths and ensure “buy-in” Community Industry /Employer Training Government Technical Partners & Certifying Agency IMPLEMENT MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT AGENCY26-Sep-11 10
  11. 11. Variety of Clients /Mandates Central govt. Mandates State mandates Training & Livelihoods for PAP Skill Schools  CSR Livelihood projects (Tripura, Narsapur, Mewar, Bihar handlooms26-Sep-11 11
  12. 12. Central Government Mandates Program Industry / Trades Skills for Employment in Apparel •Apparel Manufacturing Manufacturing (SEAM ) •Spinning •Handloom Skills for Employment in Leather Shoes Fabrication (SELF) Goods & gloves Garments Skills for Employment in Services Retail/BPO Sector (SESS) Facility Management Security Services ITES Skills Training in Engineering & Engineering & Construction Production Systems (STEPS) (Welding, Fitting, CNC Machine operation, Masonry)26-Sep-11 12
  13. 13. METHODOLOGY ARCHITECTURE26-Sep-11 13
  14. 14. Quality in Every Element of Process Delivery … 26-Sep-11 14
  15. 15. Understanding industry demand and skill requirements Understanding industry requirement Employment Inputs on  Market research Support by Required Skill set  Business interface. guaranteeing Validation of Understanding skill needs of Employment content based on Industry and each training upfront required skill sets partner. Assured placement for trainees. Industry Participation of industry Partnerships  Selection of trainees  Providing experienced trainers, Contributing to the  Development of course Establishing the training process content and, proficiency bench - Infrastructure marks  Infrastructure . - Training Personnel26-Sep-11 15
  16. 16. Training Curriculum• Blend of Technical and soft skill  Other features: training  Vetted by Industry experts• 80% practical oriented  Available for various trades• Course duration of 270 hours to 810  SEAM: Spinning, Weaving, Hours SMO, Garment checkers,• Delivered through multi-media Garment Finishers etc.• Soft Skills include  SELF: Fabrication – Health & Hygiene  SESS: – Social Security Retail,BPO,ITES,FM – Self Management  STEPS: – Workplace Etiquette Welding,Construction – Group / Team Behaviour  Translated in regional – Basics of Finance languages ( 9 for SEAM..)  In line with NCVT MES26-Sep-11 16
  17. 17. Sample Industry Partners Partnership with over 400 companies across various26-Sep-11 industries 17
  18. 18. Trainer selection and ToT• Trainers selected from Industry• Trainers undergo 15-20 days workshop – To understand our training curriculum – To assess their teaching ability and handle adults. – To familiarize with our multimedia delivery mechanism.• Training of Trainers ( ToT) is conducted by our technical partners.• Each trainer is provided with a Manual- Day wise course curriculum26-Sep-11 18
  19. 19. Trainers Trained by International Experts26-Sep-11 19
  20. 20. Community Mobilization• All existing programmes targets Rural BPL Youth• Rural BPL youth is located in interior villages of India and is not aware of factory environment• Local CDIL employee partners to reach to Rural BPL – DRDA & Local Panchayat – NGO’s – Local Government bodies• Awareness of our programme created through distribution of Pamphlets in local languages and Road shows.• Industry participation is also encouraged.26-Sep-11 20
  21. 21. Trainee Profile Verification• All existing programmes for Rural BPL Youth• BPL status , Age and Address of each trainee is verified – BPL Card/Certification from DRDA – Educational qualification – Father/Mother’s name – SC/ST status• Details of all selected trainees uploaded on Website and files are maintained for each trainee. 26-Sep-11 21
  22. 22. Entry Gate Assessment• Each eligible trainee goes through Colour blindness Test compulsory “Entry Gate Assessment” test.• All tests based on Time & Motion study.• Tests designed to test: – Color Blindness – Hand-Eye Co-ordination – Finger dexterity – Threading skills• Tests vetted by Industry experts Dexterity test26-Sep-11 22
  23. 23. Factory Simulated Classroom • Existing infrastructure of Govt/Industry used for training • Each training centre is equipped with one machine/trainee. • High end Stitching machines as used in Industry are used. • Other equipments to give a look and feel of a factory. • Consumables ( like Cloth, threads) are provided by Training Partners. • Multi-media device ( K-Yan) for course curriculum. • All trainees are trained to: – Wear Aprons – Follow time-schedule of working 8 hours/day. – Follow other factory discipline – Trainee kit containing stationary trainee handbooks.26-Sep-11 23
  24. 24. Training Centre refurbished by IL&FS26-Sep-11 24
  25. 25. Hospitality Training Lab26-Sep-11 25
  26. 26. Typical Leather Centre Typical Welding Centre Typical Textile Centre,26-Sep-11 26
  27. 27. Multimedia Based Training K-Yan26-Sep-11 27
  28. 28. Graduation Day26-Sep-11 28
  29. 29. Assessment & Certification Partners• 3rd party Assessment by the Expert Agencies:26-Sep-11 29
  30. 30. Accountability and Transparency• Trainee Details maintained on Website: – Personal details including SC/ST status( as required by MoRD) – State wise/District wise – Grading details – Placement details• Training programme is subject to : – Audit by Ministry – Statutory Audit – Internal risk & Management compliances – Other Corporate Governance• (Click for MIS: http://.seam.skillschools.com/)26-Sep-11 30
  31. 31. Placement and Follow up• Achieved overall 86% placement; Balance offered jobs but did not accept• Tied up with over 500 companies for placements.• Counseling done by CDIL employees: – Pre-placement about factory/ Company environment – Handholding during placement ( Esp. for migrants) – Post placement feedback to understand career path.26-Sep-11 31
  32. 32. IL&FS Skill Development Projects – Outputs and Outcomes26-Sep-11 32
  33. 33. Impact on Trainee PARAMETER PRE - TRAINING POST – TRAINING Core Employable Skills None Gets employed as a skilled worker Monthly Income Rs. 300-350 Prescribed Minimum wages plus productivity linked bonuses Social Security (PF, None Covered as per the Insurance) company policy Nutrition Under nourished Improved nutrition due to meals provided by Company Life management No organized inputs Greater awareness skills/soft skills26-Sep-11 33
  34. 34. IMPACT ON INDUSTRY BEFORE TRAINING AFTER TRAINING Trainees undergoIndustry recruits training for 30raw untrained working days –persons (0% Achieve 55%efficiency) efficiency Industry recruits Industry trains new trained youth and recruits for 4 trains them further weeks on shop floor for adaptation New Recruit placed New Recruit placed in production line in production line (55% efficiency) (85% efficiency)26-Sep-11 34
  35. 35. Performance so far…. Total Candidates Trained 140396 Total Candidates Placed 118765 Undergoing Training 3855 % of Candidates Placed 86%26-Sep-11 35
  36. 36. 26-Sep-11 36
  37. 37. Transportation and Settling downProcess• Special compartment is arranged for the trainees from Bhubaneswar/Berhampur/Jharsuguda to Chennai/Bangalore/Cochin every month, with the support of Railways• A counselor from IL&FS accompanies the trainees and settles them with the companies• One dedicated counselor is positioned in Chennai/Bangalore on a permanent basis to ensure smooth transition/settling down• State government official (District Administration/Labour Department) visits the companies once in 3 monthsChallenges/Learnings District Collector and officials visit to• Handholding support for transportation and settling Texport Garments down is the key ensure continuation of the trainees in the companies• Additional costs on account of transportation and counseling etc.26-Sep-11 37
  38. 38. Impact• More than 90% of the trainees earn above Rs.5000 per month after 3 months, in addition to free boarding and lodging• On average they send Rs.2000/- pm to their homes• Significant improvement of the health status of the trainees• Remittances to parents have improved the families Family received Rs.20000 from their daughter in 5 economic status months time26-Sep-11 38
  39. 39. Impact District: Kandhamal (One of the worst affected blocks prone to communal riots and naxal affected)Name: Kalyani BeheraBPL Number: 289/498/89Block: TumudibandhEmploying Company: Roverco, ChennaiMoney sent home: Rs.9000 (in 3 months)Present Status: A poverty stricken family of5 with the younger brother and sister beingaffected with sickle cell anaemia. Motherproudly narrated that money sent home byher, helps in blood transfusion for twoaffected siblings thus keeping them alive.The smile on her face told the rest of thestory as to the pride that she carries for her Both the childrendaughter being the backbone of the family. shown in the picture have sickle cell anaemia standing along with their mother
  40. 40. Impact District: SundargarhTrainee Name: Rashmita SethiBPL Number: 21Village: Jaraikela Block: BisraCompany employed with: K. Mohan, CochinAmount sent home monthly: Rs. 2000Present Status: Jaraikela, the name itself sendsshudders down the spine being the passage forthe naxalities. Travelling to the villages duringrains is impossible as there are no roads. Fatherproudly narrates “While the boys of the villageare unemployed, my daughter is working in abig Karakhana (company)”. Money sent homehelps the family educate the younger daughteras well as supports them in buying seeds andtools for farming. Parents of the trainee were in their best dress before our team took the photograph
  41. 41. A trainee who joins an organized sector unit sends, on an average INR 2000 per month to his/her home Total of 130,000 candidates trained and placed so far send home INR 260 Million per month. That means the annual flow back home is INR 3120 million. This money goes in improved health, housing and overall well being.26-Sep-11 41
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