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  1. 1. For Private Circulation only
  2. 2. What is Industry saying about talent today?Proprietary and confidential. This information does not represent, and should not be construed as, legal or professional advice. © 2009 NSDC. All Rights Reserved. 2
  3. 3. Employability of the skilled a challenge Availability of the skilled a challenge The crux of the labour problem – the Only one in four poor employability of many young engineering graduates people –is reflected in the paradox of in India Is employable, high unemployment coupled with labour based on their technical shortages. Despite the ostensibly favourable demographic trends, skills, English fluency, companies complain of difficulties teamwork and presentation recruiting and retaining qualified staff, skills and of the 400000 odd whether civil engineers and software Engineering graduates, developers or bricklayers, waiters and who graduate each year, shop assistants. “We don’t have people only about 20% is good to build bridges. We don’t have people to enough for India Inc. build high-quality buildings. We are - NASSCOM bringing in architects and engineers from overseas,” Saurav Adhikari HCL Financial Times October 6 2010 SMEs are hardest hit by thisProprietary and confidential. This information does not represent, and should not be construed as, legal or professional advice. © 2009 NSDC. All Rights Reserved. 3
  4. 4. “There is a pronounced ‘skill gap’ both in terms of quality and quantity; current vocational education and training infrastructure is not geared to meet industry requirements” - CII Technopac Study “In the next four or five years, there is a higher probability that India’s growth machine will stop because of a lack of skills – because it can’t create the skills – rather than because it can’t create jobs. We are already seeing significant wage pressures building, and part of that is because there are serious skills shortages. -Jahangir Aziz of JPMorgan Chase (FT 06 Oct 2010) “Indian labour costs have risen so rapidly…places like small town Ohio can compete with Bangalore for outsourcing. This is a telling story of the failure of India’s education system..” - HT 09 Sept 2010Proprietary and confidential. This information does not represent, and should not be construed as, legal or professional advice. © 2009 NSDC. All Rights Reserved. 4
  5. 5. Incidence of Formal In-Service Training in Manufacturing by Selected Countries, Selected Years China Brazil Peru Guatemala El Salvardor Kenya Malaysia Tanzania Algeria Serbia Montenegro Sri Lanka Zambia Ethiopia Bangladesh India Morocco Phillippines Egypt, Arab Rep. of Indonesia Pakistan 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Percentage of surveyed firmsProprietary and confidential. This information does not represent, and should not be construed as, legal or professional advice. © 2009 NSDC. All Rights Reserved. 5
  6. 6. What is Industry doing about it ?Proprietary and confidential. This information does not represent, and should not be construed as, legal or professional advice. © 2009 NSDC. All Rights Reserved. 6
  7. 7. • Hiring of skilled labor from outside the country e.g., DLF for its Projects, Reliance for its Refinery • In-house training facilities – large training facilities in Infosys, Bharti, Wipro etc as Cost Centers. Wipro spends 1% revenue on training freshers each year. • Corporate and Government Partnership – Opening Skill Development Centres on PPP Model, e.g, Toyota • Corporate and Academic Institution tie-up – ICICI Bank tie up with SMU Source - CII DataProprietary and confidential. This information does not represent, and should not be construed as, legal or professional advice. © 2009 NSDC. All Rights Reserved. 7
  8. 8. CHALLENGE WITH VET PROVIDERSProprietary and confidential. This information does not represent, and should not be construed as, legal or professional advice. © 2009 NSDC. All Rights Reserved. 8
  9. 9. S.N Course/Program Institution Mode Duration Eligibility Certification o. Offering the Course/ Program 1. Plumbing System Indian Institute Face- 1 year/ Bachelor in Certified Design of Plumbing, to-Face 2 Engineering Plumbing Certificate Pune semesters Systems Programme Engineer (C.P.S.E.) 2. Plumbing Indian Institute Face- 1 year/ Contractors, Certified Construction of Plumbing, to-Face 2 Construction Plumbing Management Pune semesters Managers, and Supervisors Certificate Supervisors (C.P.S.) Programme (basic education+ minimum five yrs experience) 3. Plumbing Indian Institute Face- 2 year/ Successful Certified Master Technology of Plumbing, to-Face 4 completion of Plumber Certificate Pune semesters Secondary (C.M.P.) Programme School study 8th Std. pass 11 COURSES ON SAME SKILL WITH “INDUSTRY “ 4. Certificate Industrial Face- 1 year NCVT Course Training to-Face Certificate in in Plumber under Institutes Plumber Craftsman Training Scheme INPUTS BUT LITTLE IN COMMON 5. Certificate Industrial Face- 6 months 8th Std. pass NCVT Course in Training to-Face Certificate in Sanitary Institutes Sanitary Hardware Fitter Hardware Fitter under Craftsman Training Scheme 6. Short Term Private Face- 6 months SSC fail Certificate in Vocational Institutions/NG to-Face Plumbing (from Certificate Os Board of Course in Intermediate Plumbing Education, Andhra Pradesh) 7. Short term Society for Self Face- 4 months 10th Std. pass Certificate in Certificate Employment, to-Face Plumbing Course in Govt. of NCT Plumbing of Delhi SOURCE – MHRD PAPERProprietary and confidential. This information does not represent, and should not be construed as, legal or professional advice. © 2009 NSDC. All Rights Reserved. 9
  10. 10. HOW DOES OUR SYSTEM OPERATE TODAY UNIVERSE OF UNIVERSE OF VET PROVIDERS FOR EMPLOYERS IN VARIOUS VARIOUS SECTORS OF ECONOMY SECTORS OF ECONOMY 17 MINISTRIES, ALL STATE GOVTS, PRIVATE ENTITIES NEED TRAINED WORKERS RUNNING VET WITH AT ALL LEVELS ‘’INDUSTRY’ INPUTS MOST OF OUTPUT UNABLE TO SOURCE UNEMPLOYABLE TALENT FROM MARKETProprietary and confidential. This information does not represent, and should not be construed as, legal or professional advice. © 2009 NSDC. All Rights Reserved. 10
  11. 11. Proprietary and confidential. This information does not represent, and should not be construed as, legal or professional advice. © 2009 NSDC. All Rights Reserved. 11
  12. 12. CREATE TRAINING CAPACITY AS PER INDUSTRY NEEDS INPUTS FROM INDUSTRY ON GOVT, NON GOVT VET REQUIREMENT OF TALENT BY INSTITUTIONS JOB ROLE, GEOGRAPHY AND TIMELINES ACCREDITATION COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK FOR EACH JOB ROLE IN INDUSTRY ACCREDITATION STANDARDS FOR VET INSTITUTIONS CERTIFICATION LEVELS CURRICULUM TO MATCH CERTIFICATION FOR FOR EACH JOB ROLE COMPETENCIES AND CURRICULUM CERTIFICATION LEVELS AND ASSESSMENTS FORMALISE NVEQF FOR INDUSTRY ASSESSMENTS TO MATCH CERTIFICATION COMPETENCIES AND FOR TRAINEESALIGN VOCATIONAL CERTIFICATES CERTIFICATION LEVELSTO EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS CERTIFICATION FOR TRAINING OF TRAINERSCREATE LIFELONG LEARNINGAND CAREER PROGRESSION FOR TALENTProprietary and confidential. This information does not represent, and should not be construed as, legal or professional advice. © 2009 NSDC. All Rights Reserved. 12
  13. 13. HOW WILL OUR SYSTEM OPERATE UNDER NVQF UNIVERSE OF UNIVERSE OF VET PROVIDERS FOR EMPLOYERS IN VARIOUS VARIOUS SECTORS OF ECONOMY SECTORS OF ECONOMY 1.EMPLOYERS GET TALENT OF RIGHT SKILLS IN RIGHT NUMBERS 17 MINISTRIES, ALL STATE GOVTS, PRIVATE ENTITIES 2.VET PROVIDERS RUN FOCUSSED VET NEED TRAINED WORKERS RUNNING VET WITH AT ALL LEVELS ‘’INDUSTRY’ INPUTS PROGRAMS 3.INDIAN TALENT GET CHOICE, FOCUS, GROWTH MOST OF OUTPUT EMPLOYABLE AND SET UP SSCs WHICH LAYS 4.EVERYONE GROWS AND INDIA DOWN OCCUPATION STANDARDS FOR EACH ABSORBED BY INDUSTRY ROLE GROWSProprietary and confidential. This information does not represent, and should not be construed as, legal or professional advice. © 2009 NSDC. All Rights Reserved. 13
  14. 14. Thank you Contact Information: Basab BanerjeeWebsite: www.nsdcindia.org D-4, Clarion Collection Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg.MD & CEO New Delhi-110016Dilip Chenoy T: +91-11-46560412-16Dilip.chenoy@nsdcindia.org F: +91-11-46560417 M: 91-7838577785 Basab.banerjee@nsdcindia.org Skype: basab.banerjee1

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