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  1. 1. Building Skillset Piyush Bang Shubham Choudhary Shubham Kaushik Shrey Omer Anmol Bansal
  2. 2. Indian Education System
  3. 3. Status of Vocational Training in India Problems at Glance! 1) High drop out rate at secondary level. 2) System inclined more towards strong basic academic skills and not just vocational skills. 3) Lacking private & industry participation. 4) no opportunity for continuous skill up-gradation. 5) lack of experienced and qualified teachers on vocational skills. 6) Unplanned expansion of vocational sector. • Only 2% of people of age group 15-29 received formal vocational training. • The proportion of persons who received formal vocational training was the highest among the unemployed.
  4. 4. Brief Proposed Solution: Local Training Centre • Training to be imparted at local centres • Training basically according to the need of the very region and person’s background • Training to be imparted by local experts and practitioners. • Technical tours in villages to encourage its development and bring in technology. • Organising competitions for promoting vocational courses. • Making “Skill Group” for particular interest and then community efforts to make it successful. • Introduction of Bachelors of Vocational Education (BVE) for teachers and trainers.
  5. 5. Implementation:  Local trainers in and around the local area to be trained to run vocational courses.  Government schools and buildings to be used for the infrastructure need. e.g. Using aanganwadi schools during evening for the course.  Using college students of near by college to implement new events and competitions and recognising them for the same.
  6. 6. Why this?  Low cost and effective way of imparting knowledge .  Involve participation of local people and hence lesser mismanagement of funds.  Help in boosting traditional knowledge and products with touch of technology.  Mass implementation, even in rural areas.  Improvement in economic background of trainers as well as trainees.
  7. 7. Trainers would be school teachers, skilled artisan or any learned person who want to contribute to society Selection criteria • School teachers, skilled artisans, learned volunteers • Good speaking skills, English. • Training imparted to the applicants. Recruitment • A test after giving training to the applicants • Recruitment on basis of previous experience. • Enthusiasm for the participation. Advertising • Posters, advertising fly overs, social media • Good salary for post of trainer equivalent to a salary of a school teacher • Conferences, rallies and grouping at college and school campuses Recruitment of Trainers
  8. 8. District Education Office NGO’s Online Management & Mapping RECRUITERS Central Management System Training Centres Government Schools Government halls Locality community halls Aanganwadi(in villages) Organizing camps Process Flow Recruitment according to preferences of trainers Regular Feedback from trainees District and state level competition All necessary arrangements to be made by respective teams in central management system Regular assessment of trainers as well as trainees. Assigning of their respective zones Test for selection as trainer Certified Training of Selected applicants
  9. 9. Implementation Plan Training model Selection of applicants trainees Training of trainees Examine • Qualification & personal interview • In city centre with stipend • practices, exposition of their skills , project • Selection of trainees on a exam basis project
  10. 10. District Centre Where actual training of masses occur … Planned schedule according to their skills preferences of trainees. Project work to sharpen their skills. Economics studies-to teach them market &skills and entrepreneurship skills, knowledge of business. Certified course & reference from industries & companies. Regular evaluation even after course. Technical tours in villages to encourage its development & bringing in new technology. organizing skills & groups. Implementation Plan Implementation Plan
  11. 11. Corporate Help Job reservation scheme in Industries and corporate world Specific training program issued by government for any public service work like nursing and hospital emergency or during natural disaster etc. Specific training program for any industry related work. Reserved position in job for vocational courses say designing, posters, advertisement etc. Implementation Plan
  12. 12. Organizing Hierarchy Chief Coordinator Skill group Identify problems & requirements of skill to be build up. Recruitmen t group Recruitment of respective teachers for every skill. District head Managing trainees. Financial team Finance & fund raising. Assessment team Regular assessment of trainer’s and trainees Trainers group To train the clients. Training group Managing trainees, their requirements, scheduling classes and other activities
  13. 13. Initial cost Training team Stipend Advertisement  Approx 10 trainers per state  2 lack per annum per trainer  Total cost for approx 20 states = 2x10x20 = 4 Cr  Total district (approx) = 670  cost per selected applicant = 1000 Rs per month  Total annual cost for all selected applicants = 1000x12x10x670 = 8 Cr  Total estimated cost for advertisement through print media, television media , posters , banners etc (approx) = 1 Cr Cost assessment
  14. 14. Implementation cost Per Trainer income =10000 per month Total cost = 10000x670x3 = 2 Cr Centre management = 15 k per month Total annual cost = 15000x670x12 = 11 Cr Total implementation cost = 2+11 = 13 Cr Cost assessment
  15. 15. Challenges And Risks  Rural people may not understand the importance of the training.  There may be lack of sufficient knowledgeable people in the village.  Accessibility of training centres in remote areas.  There may be problem of enough industrial and corporate help.  Fund raising from ngo’s , government and corporate will be a difficult task.  Involving and showing them about need of vocational knowledge in application.  Using teachers and counselling of these rural people.  Using Govt. building and schools during evening time.  Making binding laws for industries to select employs with vocational knowledge  Govt. funding.