GSS Session II Mr. Shashi Kant SS -- Engagement of Industry for Implementing Skills Programmes
Implementing Skills Development in PPP <br />
Centum Learning Limited<br />Centum Learning, a Bharti Associate Company, provides end-to-end learning and process solutions to enhance professional skills for business outcomes. Centum Learning:<br /> Is amongst the largest Learning and Skill Building Enterprises with presence in more than 90 locations and 180 centers<br />Has a large pool of over 1000 Learning & Development Specialists including trainers<br />Provides complete Learning and Skill Building solutions to Bharti Group and other corporate for over 350000 employees (full-time and channel partner)<br />Drives business productivity and organizationaleffectiveness through training ofmany large corporate houses, governmental organizations and PSUs<br /> Learning Solutions provider to several Fortune 500 companies<br />Partnerswith several state governments and central government on National Skill Mission – aim to skill 12 million rural youth for livelihood in ten years.<br />2<br />
Transforming India’s Skills Landscape<br />Centum Learning Limited and National Skill Development Corporation have formed the first unique joint venture - Centum WorkSkills India Limited<br />4<br />
5<br />Public Private Partnership<br />Taking Jobs to the Youth<br />Skill Development<br />Ensuring sustained employment<br />Need<br />Need<br />Need<br /><ul><li>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.
Job conditions not conducive </li></ul>Government:<br />Government:<br />Government:<br /><ul><li>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
To provide infrastructure on ground – PanchayatBhavan, ITI, etc for training</li></ul> Private Sector:<br />Private Sector:<br />Private Sector: <br /><ul><li>carry out audits for proper functioning of vocational skill centers/maintenance of good conditions in the jobs provided by companies.