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|Domestic Data Entry Operator (Hindi)||20:00 Hours||IT-ITES|
|Domestic Data Entry Operator (English)||20:00 Hours||IT-ITES|
|Computer Basics||6:23 Hours||IT-ITES|
|Computer Hardware Repairing||8:22 Hours||IT-ITES|
|Basic Electrical Training||2:45 Hours||Electronics|
|Pradhan Mantri Arogya Mitra||13:01 Hours||Healthcare|
|Introduction to Python||36:00 Hours||IT-ITES|
|Learn Artificial Intelligence in 89 Minutes||2:26 Hours||IT-ITES|
|Starting Your Own Business: Be The Boss||30:01 Hours||Management|
|Create a Workplace Conflict Resolution Policy||13:00 Hours||Employability Enhancer|
|Writing Grant Proposals||12:00 Hours||Employability Enhancer|
|Preparing and Delivering Presentations||22:00 Hours||Employability Enhancer|
|Self Employed Tailor||30:20 Hours||Apparel|
|Fabric Painting||2:14 Hours||Apparel|
|Plumber General||15:50 Hours||Plumbing|
|Employability and Digital Literacy||5:00 Hours||Employability Enhancer|
|CNC Operator / Machining Technician (Lathe)||0:54 Hours||Construction|
|CNC Operator / Machining Technician (Milling)||1:46 Hours||Automotive|
|CRM Domestic Voice||5:21 Hours||IT-ITES|
|Helper Shuttering Carpenter||1:25 Hours||Construction|
|Assistant Beauty Therapist||2:23 Hours||Beauty|
|Assistant Surveyor||6:05 Hours||Construction|
|Assistant Mason||4:01 Hours||Construction|
|Helper Bar Bender & Steel Fixer||1:36 Hours||Construction|
|Welding Assistant (TIG)||5:40 Hours||Automotive|
|Web Design & Development||2:57 Hours||IT-ITES|
|Field Technician Computing and Peripherals||9:24 Hours||Electronics|
|Trainee Associate||3:28 Hours||Retail|
|Trainee Chef||7:36 Hours||Tourism|
|Rural Toilet Builder||0:23 Hours||Construction|
|Carpenter Wooden Furniture||7:04 Hours||Furniture|
|Field Technician – Computing and Peripherals||10:03 Hours||Electronics|
|Eye Care Assistant||3:45 Hours||Healthcare|
|Auto Service Technician||4:27 Hours||Automotive|
|Assistance Electrician||4:14 Hours||Construction|
|Welding Technician||4:06 Hours||Automotive|
|General Duty Assistant||4:49 Hours||Healthcare|
|Financial Literacy||1:59 Hours||Management|
|Motor Winding & Rewinding||2:15 Hours||Electronics|
|Basic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning||2:18 Hours||Electronics|
|Mushroom Cultivation||1:43 Hours||Agriculture|
|Basic Mobile Repairing||8:09 Hours||Electronics|
NSDC was set up as part of a national skill development mission to fulfill the growing need in India for skilled manpower across sectors and narrow the existing gap between the demand and supply of skills.
“There is a compelling need to launch a world-class skill development program in a mission mode that will address the challenge of imparting the skills required by a growing economy.
Both the structure and the leadership of the mission must be such that the program can be scaled up quickly to cover the whole country.”
- Upgrade skills to international standards through significant industry involvement and develop necessary frameworks for standards, curriculum and quality assurance.
- Enhance, support and coordinate private sector initiatives for skill development through appropriate Public-Private Partnership ( PPP ) models; strive for significant operational and financial involvement from private sector.
- Play the role of a ‘market-maker’ by bringing funds, particularly in sectors where market mechanisms are ineffective or missing.
- Prioritise initiatives that can have a multiplier or catalytic effect as opposed to one-off impact.
To contribute significantly to the overall target of skilling up of people in India, mainly by fostering private sector initiatives in skill development programs and providing funding.
The NSDC facilitates initiatives that can potentially have a multiplier effect as opposed to being an actual operator in this space. In doing so, it strives to involve the industry in all aspects of skill development.
The approach is to develop partnerships with multiple stakeholders and build on current efforts, rather than undertaking too many initiatives directly or duplicating efforts currently underway.
To scale up efforts necessary to achieve the objective of skilling / up-skilling 150 million people, the NSDC strives to:
- Develop ultra low-cost, high-quality, innovative business models.
- Attract significant private investment.
- Ensure that its funds are largely “re-circulating” i.e. loan or equity rather than grant.
- Create leverage for itself.
- Build a strong corpus.
Keeping this in mind, the NSDC plays three key roles:
Funding and incentivizing: In the near term this is a key role.
This involves providing financing either as loans or equity, providing grants, and supporting financial incentives to select private sector initiatives to improve financial viability through tax breaks, etc.
The exact nature of funding ( equity, loan, and grant ) will depend on the viability or attractiveness of the segment and, to some extent, the type of player (for-profit private, non-profit industry association or non-profit NGO).
Over time, the NSDC aspires to create strong viable business models and reduce its grant-making role.
Enabling support services: A skills development institute requires a number of inputs or support services such as curriculum, faculty training standards, quality assurance, technology platforms, student placement mechanisms and so on.
NSDC plays a significant enabling role in these support services, most importantly in setting up standards and accreditation systems in partnership with industry associations.
Shaping/creating: In the near term, the NSDC will proactively seed and provide momentum for large-scale participation by private players in skill development.
NSDC will identify critical skill groups, develop models for skill development and attract potential private players and provide support to these efforts.
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