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  • 1. Vocational Education An Industry Perspective
    Hari Menon
    CEO
    IndiaSkills
    2/1/2011
  • 2. The Demand Supply Paradox
    Demand for Skilled Manpower By 2015 (In Millions)
    Indian Industry needs 83 million skilled workforce by 2015
    Demand is across all sectors and predominantly at entry level
    Supply Side Constraints - Unemployability
    On the other hand, there is huge unemployment
    Crores of youth in employable age do not get jobs
    2/1/2011
  • 3. For India, an opportunity to be the skills capital of the world
    2/1/2011
  • 4. It’s time to act & execute…
    Established Demand from the Industry
    Established Supply –predominantly Unemployed & Underemployed
    Skills Gap & Capacity Constraint
    These are all known and much talked about realities
    2/1/2011
  • 5. VET- Need for enablers to bridge the gap
    More than 90% of the youth drop out of formal education without a skill
    Lack of skills prevent our industry to leverage the demographic dividend
    “Opportunity is in bridging the gap”
    Need for Vocational Education and Vocationalising Education
    How do we bridge this gap?
    Need large players offering multi-sector skills training
    Need for credible Certifying Body for Skills Development
    2/1/2011
  • 6. Let’s understand the Stakeholders…
    Creating VE Framework
    2/1/2011
  • 7. Creating the VE Framework
    Identify Job roles and Job Descriptors for all sectors
    Descriptor – DKSB
    Data, Knowledge, Skills, Behavior
    Create Learning Objects and Curriculum Framework
    Creating Assessment and Certification Framework
    QUALITY FRAMEWORK
    CREDIT TRANSFER MECHANISMS TO CONNECT VE TO HE TO SUPPORT LIFELONG LEARNING
    2/1/2011
  • 8. Industry- Deep Industry Engagement
    Collaborative Qualification Development
    Sector Skills Councils
    Mandate Certification
    Job Requirements by Qtr & Geography
    Joint Student Acquisition (Use of Logo)
    Student Fee Subsidy
    Differential Treatment
    Feedback Loop
    2/1/2011
  • 9. Policy Makers
    Student fee subsidy
    Widely publicize various schemes available for Student Fee Subsidy
    Create a National Qualifications Framework
    Linking Skills to popular schemes like NREGA and Employment Exchanges
    Strongly promote respectability of Vocational Education
    2/1/2011
  • 10. Delivery and Certification Bodies
    Create Industry Relevant Qualifications
    Develop and deliver TTT Programs to enable creating a national pool of quality faculty
    Create Learner and Faculty support material
    Strong Assessment Tools (Incl. Competency based) for Consistent Output
    Finally a Certification that leads to Respectable Employment
    And all this through a Self-Sustaining, Financially vibrant business
    2/1/2011
  • 11. Other Enablers
    Banks & Financial Institutions (MFI’s)
    Self Help Groups/Centre’s of Influence
    NGOs
    2/1/2011
  • 12. Student
    Commitment to successfully complete the Course
    2/1/2011
  • 13. And the Happy Family…
    Policy Makers
    Industry
    Delivery Centers
    Certification Bodies
    Student
    2/1/2011
  • 14. Thank You
    2/1/2011

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