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  1. 1. Value Added Training harnessing Technology & with Industry, Community and Government Participation Boosting Skill Sets: Increasing the Employability of Youth Team Details: A. Sandeep Reddy, C.N. Bhanu Rajiv, T. Sai Prasanna Kumar, B. Prashanth Raj M. Harikishan
  2. 2. Identification of the Problem 75% of the new jobs in India will be skill-based
  3. 3. Low Skill Level of the Youth PeopleMaterial, Methods and Machinery Systems Lack of Resources Competition in education --- business for ranks Very few experts in Education System Lack of Awareness to Parents and Students No proper Training for Teachers and Students Interest and Strengths based Skills development not in place Lack of constructive feedback mechanism Lack of comprehensive Vision & Mission Talent Migration to Foreign countries or Industries Impractical syllabus Lack of workable Strategic Plan Lack of Appropriate Teaching Aids No attractive Salaries and recognition to Teachers Focus on earning, not on learning Tools &Techniques Mindsets Policies & Plans Inappropriate Plans Inefficient Execution Inadequate Review Mechanism Inadequate Corrective Mechanism Lack of Continuous Improvement Lack of Industry participation Mismatch with the industry needs Heterogeneous Education Systems Policies not in place Decreasing Focus on Education No thrust on Applicability Less number of courses Not examining and certifying for the Skills No Policies on retaining intellectuals Lack of Appropriate Budget Allocations Lack of GAP Analysis Lack of Data oriented Approach Lack of appropriate Performance Measurement Approach
  4. 4. Problem Statistical Problem Low Skill Levels in the Youth 80% of the Indian professionals are not “employable” due to low Skill Levels Root Causes  Education and Industry not working together  No proper Training for Teachers and Students  Intellectuals and experts not opting teaching  Lack of Awareness to Parents and Students  Lack of Resources Solution Value Added Training HarnessingTechnology & with Industry, Community and Government Participation Parents Students Value Added Training Skilled Students Industry/ Society Skill Based Training Involving Industry & Community + Harnessing Technology Skill Based objective evaluation
  5. 5. Pooling of Professionals Pooling of Resources Preparing Material Modes of Training Association with Schools & Colleges Professionals from different fields, different geographic locations will be enrolled These Professionals work with respective organizations to contribute to this group as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility and also involve their local communities Training Tools, Training Aids and material for Trainers will be prepared. Class Room Training, Online Training, Virtual Classrooms, Webinars, e-learning facilities will be developed The members will Associate with the schools and Colleges in their vicinity, both Corporate and Government Schools & Colleges; design Programs , define Key Performance Indicators and measure the outcomes
  6. 6. Implementation Advantages over the Existing Systems 1. The Professionals can teach in person, through Webinars, Live Streaming, Web Streaming 2. The Training Material can be prepared offline and can be shared among the professionals for completion, review and finalization 3. Version Control of the material through tools 4. The members can approach and work with Schools , Colleges and Corporate offices in their Vicinity with out having to Travel 5. Working with Government for ISRO Internet Connectivity, NKN (National Knowledge Network), Video Conferencing facilities available in the District Offices 1. Time, Energy and costs are saved in this model due to the application of the latest Technologies 2. Multiple People will be benefitted at a time 3. Gap between Industry and Education will be reduced as Professionals from Industry actively participate 4. Parents too get awareness due to the participation of Community
  7. 7. Resources Required at each step 1. Software Development as appropriate 2. Software Tools 3. Connectivity, Bandwidth etc 4. Video conferencing, Hardware etc 5. Class Rooms 6. Training Aids 7. Administrative Staff apart from all professionals involved 8. Money Fund Raising 1. Showcasing the models, grants from Government , support from Corporate Offices and community will be obtained for subsequent projects and trainings 2. Subsequently, success stories can be used for further fund raising 3. People who got benefitted and placed well also may come forward to give back. 4. Support can be taken in the form of talent , treasure and time
  8. 8. 1. 0.5 Million Professionals imparting training 2. 5 Million Students, 5 Million unemployed Youth will be benefited 3. 2 Million Class Room Mode, 8 Million on line 4. 10000 Schools and Colleges 5. 1000 Towns/Cities Skills Imparted Accounting Skills Marketing Skills Programming Skills Hospitality Administration Management 0.25 Millions Placed Suitably Internship, Training and Contracts 0.10 are certified in Standard Professional Examination Course Material prepared for listed courses Skills Imparted Communication Problem Solving Analytical Skills Project Management English Language Accent Management Skills Imparted Healthcare Providing Teaching Consultancy Audits Quality Compliance Public Relations Due to the utilization of the latest Technologies, this model Scalable and Sustainable and hence can impact volumes of people belonging to any location on & on.
  9. 9. Review 1. The Plans, Policies, Procedures are kept under Reality Check and Continually updated, as required and once in 6 months otherwise also 2. The Course Material, Training Aids will be continuously monitored 3. Standards will be defined and followed 4. Feedback mechanism will be established, considered appropriately and will be used for continuous and continually improved. Criteria for Measuring the Impact 1. Number of Training Sessions per topic 2. Number People attended 3. Number of people benefitted and placed suitably 4. Number of People placed/Number of People trained 5. % of people rated the training Program > 4 on a scale of 1 to 5 Criteria for Measuring the Impact 6. Number of Parents undergone Awareness Programs 7. Number of geographical locations covered 8. Number of Corporate offices associated with 9. Number of Professionals associated with 10. Trend Analysis of all the above over months and years
  10. 10. Key Implementation Challenges 1. Organizers need to dedicate a lot of time 2. Initial expenditure for Software development and Resources has to be borne 3. Attracting Professionals and their availability 4. Selling the concept to Government, Schools, Students, Unemployed Youth & Corporates Mitigation Factors 1. Minimal Training Fees 2. Tie up with Schools, Colleges and NGOs 3. Taking Buy-in from members of Professional Groups Concept Risks 1. Getting Students time and convincing unemployed youth 2. Initial expenditure for Software development and Resources has to be borne 3. Attracting Professionals and their availability
  11. 11. 1. National Skill Development Policy 2. NASSCOM Annual Report 2011-2012. 3. NASSCOM Perspective 2020 4. Youth Employment and Unemployment: an Indian Perspective (ILO) 5. Youth Employment and Unemployment in India (Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai April 2011) 6. State of Urban Youth, India 2012 7. National Skill Envelopment Corporation Knowledge Bank 8. Draft Report of Working Group on Higher Education 11th Five Year Plan 9. Articles from The Hindu
  12. 12. Thank you !!

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