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  1. 1. Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Youth Development Program<br />Presentation to the participants of <br />“Highly Demanded Real-time Trades in Sindh”, <br />on Monday 25th April 2011<br />
  2. 2. Sequence of Presentation<br />Introduction of BBSYDP<br />BBSYDP’s Organization<br />MIS Website& Data Flow-PSTW<br />Selection Mechanism of both Trainees & Trainers-PSTW<br />BBSYDP Training Process<br />BBSYDP Monitoring & Evaluation<br />District Coordination Committee<br />List of some leading courses<br />Tracer Study<br />Employer’s Survey Sindh 2010<br />Training Needs Assessment<br />Employment Initiative for Youth<br />Foreign Donors<br />Objectives of Seminar<br />
  3. 3. Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Youth Development Program-Program Outreach<br />Aims & Objectives: <br />To address poverty & unemployment through HRD in Sindh.<br />Targets [Phase-III]:<br /><ul><li>To provide skill development opportunities/trainings to 50,000 thousands unemployed semiliterate or educated youth (18-35 year).
  4. 4. To facilitate for jobs, self-employment or business (through “Micro Financing”).</li></li></ul><li>Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Youth Development Program (BBSYDP), <br />Initially an allocation of Rs.2.5 Billion by GoS in FY 2009-2010 and then in FY 2010-11.<br />Incentives for Trainees<br />Monthly Stipend & dislocation allowance (Rs.2,500 & 2-3 thousands on actual basis).<br />Guidelines-IV of BBSYDP: An approved & authentic fundamental official document that provides macro & micro level systematic frame work for BBSYDP<br />Achievements: Around 83,000 youth of Sindh have undergone the trainings of BBSYDP <br />
  5. 5. BBSYDP- Organization(Administration & Liaison):<br />
  6. 6. Public<br />MIS Website Flow <br />Trainees<br />Trainers<br />Internet<br />Visitor<br />Institutes<br />PMU<br />www.bbsydpsindh.gov.pk<br />PCU<br />Trades<br />News<br />PFTs<br />MIS access rights depending upon user group<br />Institutes<br />Announcement<br />Advertisement<br />Trainers<br />Results<br />Tenders<br />Department<br />Partners<br />Guideline<br />
  7. 7. MIS- Data Flow for placement of trainees<br />Advertisement Floated in News Paper .<br />Received Applications form<br />Data Entry Process<br />Data Verification<br />Duplicate Identifier <br />Trainee Data Bank<br />New Selection Criteria<br />Placement<br />Selection Criteria<br />Graduated Status<br />Not Joined / Vacant Seats<br />Publication of Result<br />Joining Report<br />Joined Trainee<br />
  8. 8. TRAINEES’ SELECTION MECHANISM-PSTW (Phase-III)<br />Effective Media Campaign<br />Role of PCU & DMC’s for the collection of Application forms<br />Total Forms Received for PSTW (58661)<br />Placement Through Software:<br />Checks NTS highest marks.<br />Course Preference.<br />Qualification [Eligibility]<br />Gender preference.<br />District Quota.<br />Actual Presence of Candidate at District w/r Institute <br />Placement of Males at Nearby Districts<br />Data Entry Made by NTS (58661)<br />MIS filtered the data and sent back to NTS for conduction of test of 42903 Applicants <br />NTS conduct test of 42903 applicants and 37940 applicants appeared in NTS Test<br />NTS declared result of 35600 Candidates (Fit Data) for Placement<br />NTS declared result of 2340 applicants whose data is being collected by the NTS<br />
  9. 9. Selection of Private Sector Training Partners [PSTP] for Phase-III [Process in brief]:<br />
  10. 10. Selection of Private Sector Training Partners [PSTP] for Phase-III [Updates]:<br />
  11. 11. Procurement Committee’s Observations/Recommendations<br />Not only rates but the aspects like geographical location<br />reputation<br />Experience and Expertise<br />Infrastructure<br />Demand of employable trades<br />Status of facilities<br />Applications of candidates<br />Standard<br />Commitment and capacity to provide jobs after training and individual differences on providing services etc. make the exercise very technical and complex.<br />Market<br />
  12. 12. List of some leading Training Partners in Phase-III<br />
  13. 13. List of some leading Training Partners in Phase-III with their respective Placement Nos. <br />List of some leading Training Partners in Phase-III<br />
  14. 14. BBSYDP-TRAINING PROCESS:<br />Start of the Cycle<br />
  15. 15. BBSYDP- MONITORING & EVALUATION:<br />
  16. 16. Root level Coordination-District Coordination Committee<br />
  17. 17. List of some leading courses with their respective Placement Nos.<br />
  18. 18. Tracer Study on BBSYDP Graduates of Phase-I: Brief Outcomes<br />Contd…..<br />
  19. 19. Tracer Study Report's Main Finding<br />
  20. 20. Study on BBSYDP Graduates of Phase-I: Fields of EmploymentTracer<br />
  21. 21. Employers Survey Sindh-2010<br />
  22. 22. Analysis<br />Individual Opinion<br />Training Needs Assessment<br />Revised Awareness & Training Program Plan<br />Focused Group Discussions<br />Evaluation Forms<br />Training Needs Assessment<br />
  23. 23. Facilitation for Employment<br />
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  25. 25. Glimpses of Job Fair<br />to support Rural Empowerment, BBSYDP had organized a Job Fair for Graduates of Phase-I, in collaboration with International Labor Organization (ILO), on 16th February,2010.<br />
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  27. 27. Employment Initiative For Trained Youth<br />Sindh Youth Employment Services<br />A web portal as first electronic employment in the public sector has been developed to attend Matching the skill of each graduate youth with employment.<br />Provide guidance and career counselling to youth, at pre and post trainings.<br />Easy and effective access to Employers to identify suitable employee for selection and recruitment.<br />Free employment exchange for employer and job seeker.<br />
  28. 28. Support of International Donors to BBSYDP<br />Major Projects<br />
  29. 29. Japan Social Development Fund (JSDF)<br />
  30. 30. Japan Social Development Fund (JSDF)<br />The grant aims to mitigate the negative impact of the food, fuel, and financial crises on employment and income of vulnerable youth by equipping them with skills that are in-demand and that will facilitate their (re-)entry into the job-market. <br />
  31. 31. The Grant at a Glance <br />
  32. 32. Target Groups of Trainees<br />The JSDF Grant aims at targeting three broad target groups of crisis-affected vulnerable youth, the importance of Women empowerment has not been overshadowed and is strongly encouraged in all three groups. Some of these have been further divided into sub-groups <br />Laid off workers<br />
  33. 33. Target Groups of Trainees<br />The JSDF Grant aims at targeting three broad target groups of crisis-affected vulnerable youth, the importance of Women empowerment has not been overshadowed and is strongly encouraged in all three groups. Some of these have been further divided into sub-groups <br />Laid off workersVulnerable Youth<br />
  34. 34. Target Groups of Trainees<br />The JSDF Grant aims at targeting three broad target groups of crisis-affected vulnerable youth, the importance of Women empowerment has not been overshadowed and is strongly encouraged in all three groups. Some of these have been further divided into sub-groups <br />Laid off workersVulnerable YouthReturn Migrants<br />
  35. 35. Seminar on 'Highly Demanded Real-Time Trades in Sindh'<br />A collaboration of BBSYDP & KCCI<br />
  36. 36. Objectives of Seminar<br />to gather/assemble spearheads of different sectors with the collaboration of KCCI to get their valuable input on<br /> Trades <br /> Sectors<br /> Rate of employment in discussed trades.<br />to devise effective implementation plan in order to obtain actual objectives of JSDF. <br />
  37. 37. Thanks<br />

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