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Nsdc star scheme in Chetna

Childhood Enhancement through Training and Action (CHETNA) is a non-profit organization working for empowerment of Street and Working Children (SWC) in Delhi and adjoining states. We empower these children with alternative education and 18 well-crafted child centered activities like recreation, life skill workshops, exposure visits, visits to police stations and primary health centers, residential workshops, etc.

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Nsdc star scheme in Chetna

  1. 1. NSDC STAR Scheme  STAR Scheme – overview & objective  STAR- FAQs  Essentials from Beneficiaries  Major Sector Skill Councils ( SSCs ) & Job Roles  Trainee Perspective / Advantages  QP wise eligibility & Infra requisition  Process Flow ( adms to award disbursement )  Rise India Deliverables & Service partner Roles
  2. 2. NSDC STAR Scheme  The objective of this Scheme is to encourage skill development for youth by providing monetary rewards for successful completion of approved training programs. Specifically, the Scheme aims to:  Encourage standardization in the certification process and initiate a process of creating a registry of skills; and  Increase productivity of the existing workforce and align the training and certification to the needs of the country.  Provide Monetary Awards for Skill Certification to boost employability and productivity of youth by incentivizing them for skill trainings.  Reward candidates undergoing skill training by authorized institutions.  benefit 10 lakh youth at an approximate total cost of ₹ 1,000 Crores
  3. 3. FAQs – STAR Scheme  What does STAR stand for?  STAR = Standard Training Assessment Reward  What is STAR scheme about? Objectives of STAR scheme?  The scheme branded as STAR for promotional purposes envisages that a monetary reward will provide for financial help to those who wish to acquire a new skill or upgrade their skills to a higher level.  The objective of this Scheme is to encourage skill development for youth by providing monetary rewards for successful completion of approved training programs.  What is the target for the scheme?  The overall scheme at the National Level aims to train 10 lakh youth in a one year time period starting September 2013.  The scheme is launched/ driven by whom?  The scheme has been launched by Ministry of Finance, GOI and driven by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) through its training partners and assessment partners.
  4. 4. FAQs – STAR Scheme  What is the validity of the scheme?  The scheme is valid for 1yr from the period of its launch  Who can be the beneficiaries of this scheme/ Eligibility criteria of candidates:  Eligibility criteria:  Any candidate of Indian nationality and  Above 18 years of age who: Undergoes a skill development training in an eligible sector by an eligible training provider.  And UID No.  What is the minimum / maximum duration of training?  Minimum course duration is 1 month. However, a branch manager can extend it based on his judgment of student ability to clear the assessment.  How many hours training needs to be delivered per day?  There is no restriction on the minimum hours of training per day as long as the student is well versed with the content of the assessment.
  5. 5. FAQs – STAR Scheme  What will the candidate receive on successful completion?  Grant Money  GOI, SSC and Training partner certificate which will be specifically recognized for jobs  Will the certification be recognized or be of any help to gain assured placement?  The certification is viewed very positively by the industry and will boost the prospects of the candidate.  Does the trainee need to pay for the training?  Yes, the trainee is required to pay a one time assessment fee and for the training during registration..  What happens to the trainee fee if candidate drops out of the program me?  It stands forfeited if the candidate drops out of the program me.  Can the scheme be availed by working employees/ government employees as well?  Yes. The scheme can be availed by any person fulfilling the above mentioned eligibility criteria Therefore working employees or government employees can also avail this scheme.  What is the registration process for the scheme?  Any eligible candidate can go ahead and get registered with any of the approved Training Providers for the approved courses.
  6. 6. FAQs – STAR Scheme  Will the candidate registration process be online or offline?  Registration will be done by Rise Skills authorized Centers online through Rise Skills will then integrate this candidate data with the online MIS of NSDC’s ( SDMS )STAR scheme  What will be the minimum batch size for any course?  The minimum batch size is 30 candidates per batch.  Can a candidate register for more than1 job role?  A candidate is eligible for grant from GoI only once in the STAR scheme.  Who will conduct the assessment?  Assessment will be conducted by external evaluator appointed by NSDC. The assessment will be conducted strictly by a neutral body.  What will be the mode/ pattern of assessment?  The mode, duration & medium if assessment will vary across each sector. Please refer to sector details to get more information.  Where will be the test centers for assessment?  Assessment will happen at the RVS branches itself provided the minimum batch size of 25 is maintained.  What happens if the candidate fails to pass the assessment?  In case a candidate fails to qualify the exam, he is eligible to reappear in the exam by paying the assessment fee again
  7. 7. FAQs – STAR Scheme  What certification will be provided to the scheme?  A secure certificate with the logo of Government of India, the Sector Skill Council and the Training partner will be provided. A sample of the certificate is attached for your reference.  In how many days after the assessment, will the certificates be obtained?  On successful qualification of assessment post course completion, the certificate will be issued to the candidates in 20 days viz. 20 days post assessment.  Will course material be provided by Rise Skills / RVS for this scheme?  Relevant course material and reference material will be provided by RVS (book material-soft copy) for the various courses.  Is Aadhar card mandatory for the beneficiaries of the scheme?  Yes. Aadhar card is mandatory for the beneficiaries of the scheme.  What is the importance of Aadhar Card for this scheme?  The Aadhar card no. of the candidate will help NSDC to generate a unique id for the candidate. The Unique id will be used to directly transfer the Scholarship money to the candidates account through the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) scheme.  What bank account should the candidate have?  It is mandatory for the candidate to have a BOI / Canara bank account ( bank empaneled by NSDC )  Is the student required to sign any document?  The student is required to sign an undertaking at the time of registration to allow for auto debit post grant release
  8. 8. Essentials from Beneficiaries  Aadhar Card  2 passport size photographs  Eligible qualification certificate (Copy)  ID Proof (Voter ID, Ration Card/ Driving License/ Passport) at the time of registration  Auto Debit note/ undertaking
  9. 9. Rise – Leader in Vocational Training in India Major Sector Skill Councils Agriculture Sector Skill Council of India Automotive Skills Development Council BFSI Sector Skill Council of India Capital Goods Skill Council Construction Skill Development Council of India Gem and Jewellery Skill Council Of India IT/ITes Sector Skills Council Leather Sector Skill Council Media and Entertainment Skills Council Retailers Association's Skill Council of India Rubber Skill Development Council Telecom Sector Skill Council
  10. 10. Rise India – Entity & SSC wise Registration  SSCs & Job roles Registered Entity SSC Job Role NVQF Level RASCI Trainee Associate 3 RASCI Sales Associate 4 BFSI MF /EQT Del/ BCBF 3 & 4 NASSCOM Domestic Data Entry Operator 4 ASDC Customer Relationship executive 4 Show Room Hostess 3 Taxi/ Chaufer Driver 4 ASCI Coffee/Tea/Paddy/Banana/Gardner/Green House / Tractor O3 &4 G & J Jewelery Retails sales Associate 3 &4 Construction Helper-carpenter/ Construction 3 &4 Rubber Mill /Internal Mixer / Kneader operator 3 &4
  11. 11. STAR Beneficiaries Training Duration: Training programs will be for a minimum of 30 days duration and will include training on social skills like health, hygiene, communication skills etc. It will be ensured that assessments are planned by SSCs only after 30 days of commencement of the training. The 30 days duration of training may also include On the Job training, Internships etc. if required. Duration can be 30-90 days. Eligible Beneficiaries In line with the objectives stated above, this Scheme is applicable to any candidate of Indian nationality who: Undergoes skill development training in an eligible sector by an eligible training provider.  Is availing of this monetary award for the first and only time during the operation of this Scheme.  Educational qualification should be 10 / 10+2 or as per QP guideline
  12. 12. Trainee Perspective ( Advantages ) NVEQF Level 3 & 4 Framework Advantage :  Demand Driven- Involvement of Industry to identify skills required and gaps in demand and supply (LMIS based)  Learning Units to align with skill requirements of employers/ market.  Industry’s involvement in delivery and joint certification  Encourages performance based learning – with definable competencies  Certification level III, IV also equivalent to std. XI, XII shall be done by CBSE, State Boards, State Boards of Technical Education  Learners will be able to acquire vocational qualifications in a particular occupation from level 3 onwards, i.e.,11thStd,and subsequently upgrade their qualifications through gradual acquisition of competencies.  An assessment test will be carried out by the accredited assessor for testing minimum levels of competencies prescribed for that NVEQ level. For children seeking entry into level 1 of the NVEQF, this process will be in compliance with the Right to Education Act, 2009. If there are “competency gaps” identified in a candidate, then the candidate may have to undertake the required units through a “bridge course” to acquire those competencies.  Certification Valid as per industry norms  Certificate from Govt of India, NSDC & SSC makes student eligible for job in private sector or government sector
  13. 13. STAR Certificate (sample)
  14. 14. Job Roles Befitting for Female Candidates SSC Job Roles Identified to be included in the scheme NSQF Level of Job role Minimum Duration in Days Course/sector ASC Sales Consultant(Automotive Finance) 4 30 Automobile Sales ASC Showroom Hostess 3 30 Automobile Sales ASC Customer Relation Executive 4 30 Automobile Sales GJSCI - Gem and Jewellery Skill Council Of India Jewellery Retail Sales Associate 4 30 Service Agriculture SSC Coffee Plantation Worker 2 30 Service Agriculture SSC Tea Plantation Worker 2 30 Service RASCI Sales Associate 4 30 Service RASCI Trainee Associate 3 30 Service NASSCOM Domestic Data Entry Operator 4 30 Service BSFI - Sector Skill Council Of India Equity Dealer 4 30 Service BSFI - Sector Skill Council Of India Business Correspondent & Facilitator 3 30 Service BSFI - Sector Skill Council Of India Mutual Fund Agent 4 30 Service
  15. 15. Process Flow 1. FACULTY CERTIFICATION 2. MOBILIZATION OF TRANEES & BATCH FORMULATION 3. TRAINEES OF ASSESSMENT FEE TO RESPECTIVE SSC 4. DATA UPLOAD IN SDMS 5. BATCH COMMENCEMENT & OPENING OF TRAINEES BANK A/C(NSDC EMPANELED BANK) 6. ASSESSMENT 7. AADHAR & BANK A/C VALIDATION 8. RESULT & CERTIFICATION 1. REALIZATION OF AWARD MONEY
  16. 16. Rise India deliverables  Affiliation with SSCs  Alignment of curriculum job role specific to NOS  Provide content/ curriculum ( soft copy form )  Conduct of T3 for trainers alignment to NOS  Data upload in SDMs  Coordination with NSDC/SSC / Assessment Agencies ( on admissions , data uploads , trainers certification, assessment , results , certifications & Monetary Reward )  Support on Beneficiaries bank a/c opening  Audits & Inspections - Quality compliance
  17. 17. Mobilizing / Service Center’s Role  Trainees Mobilization & batch formulation  Provide Required Quality infra & Training  Certified trainer for delivery  Execution of Training program as per NSDC & Rise India’s guidelines  Send correct MIS Data / reports in prescribed format to Rise  Transfer of Assessment fee along with batch details prior commencement of any batch  Coordination with empaneled Bank branch for trainees a/c opening  Trainees Aaadhar nos generation  Share Trainees Aaadhar & a/c nos for uploading in SDMS prior commencement of batch
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