GSS Session II Mr. Shashi Kant SS -- Engagement of Industry for Implementing Skills Programmes
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GSS Session II Mr. Shashi Kant SS -- Engagement of Industry for Implementing Skills Programmes GSS Session II Mr. Shashi Kant SS -- Engagement of Industry for Implementing Skills Programmes Presentation Transcript

  • Implementing Skills Development in PPP
  • Centum Learning Limited
    Centum Learning, a Bharti Associate Company, provides end-to-end learning and process solutions to enhance professional skills for business outcomes. Centum Learning:
    Is amongst the largest Learning and Skill Building Enterprises with presence in more than 90 locations and 180 centers
    Has a large pool of over 1000 Learning & Development Specialists including trainers
    Provides complete Learning and Skill Building solutions to Bharti Group and other corporate for over 350000 employees (full-time and channel partner)
    Drives business productivity and organizationaleffectiveness through training ofmany large corporate houses, governmental organizations and PSUs
    Learning Solutions provider to several Fortune 500 companies
    Partnerswith several state governments and central government on National Skill Mission – aim to skill 12 million rural youth for livelihood in ten years.
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  • Centum Core Differentiators
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  • Transforming India’s Skills Landscape
    Centum Learning Limited and National Skill Development Corporation have formed the first unique joint venture - Centum WorkSkills India Limited
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    Public Private Partnership
    Taking Jobs to the Youth
    Skill Development
    Ensuring sustained employment
    Need
    Need
    Need
    • 300 mil people live below the poverty line* who need to be skilled to improve for upliftment
    • scarcity of trained plumbers, carpenters and mechanics drains economy by 100 crores a year.
    • 2.5 % and 12.5 % of the workforce exposed to formal and informal vocational trainings respectively with hardly 2 percent of the workforce having attained technical skills.
    • Gap between trained youth and employability
    • No local industry in remote areas to absorb trained youth
    • Immobility issues of trained youth
    • Deterrents like comparatively less compensation , identification papers not in place
    • Trained youth quit jobs due to various reasons
    • No proper counseling
    • Job conditions not conducive
    Government:
    Government:
    Government:
    • Territory mapping/calibration to learn about the requirement of industries in that area so as to customize training accordingly
    • Create employability conditions in remote rural areas: by giving incentives to SMEs/MSMEs
    • Capitalize on govt.’s extensive network/reach for policy enforcement, ensuring minimum wages are given
    • Grants for skilling/up skilling youth
    • To provide infrastructure on ground – PanchayatBhavan, ITI, etc for training
    Private Sector:
    Private Sector:
    Private Sector:
    • carry out audits for proper functioning of vocational skill centers/maintenance of good conditions in the jobs provided by companies.
    • Provide apprenticeship in companies
    • Entrepreneurship to generate more labor intensive jobs in remote rural areas
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Provide training, content
    • Mobilize youth
    * as per Ministry of Labour & Employment
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    A Unique Approach
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    Key Challenges
    • Mobility issues – students not mobile beyond home town
    • Student identification documents not place, hampering employability
    • Employment generation closer to home
    • Employment conditions in private sector for their skills
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    Thank You
    Snapshot of some of our interventions