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The National Policy for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, 2015 provides an umbrella framework for all skilling activities including skill development schemes/programmes being carried out in the country.

As per the National Policy for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, 2015, 40 crore workforce are required to be skilled by 2022. To achieve this objective, the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) imparts employable skills to the youth through long term and short term training.

The Ministry is implementing its flagship scheme Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY 2.0) 2016-20 on pan-India basis with an objective to provide skilling to one crore people under Short Term Training (STT), Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Special Project (SP).

Under PMKVY 2.0, the candidates are assessed and certified by the Sector Skill Councils as per the criteria and parameters defined in policy guidelines. The list of Sector Skill Councils is given at Annexure-I. As on 11.11.2019, under the scheme, 59.02 lakhs have been assessed and 52 lakh candidates certified. Under the scheme, during Financial Year 2019-20, 7.92 lakhs (STT + SP) and   3.82 lakhs candidates have been certified and placed respectively. The following measures are taken to ensure the quality of training:

i.         Accreditation and affiliation of training centres through SMART portal for ensuring compliance to standardized infrastructural requirements, tool and equipments etc.

ii.         Mandatory conduct of training through Training of Trainer (ToT) certified trainers

iii.        Mandatory Aadhaar enabled attendance for trainers, candidates and assessors etc.

iv.       Informational posters at every Training Centre to ensure information symmetry to candidates for making informed post training decisions

v.         Interactive mobile-based tool, “My Job, My Career (Mera Job, Mera Career) – enabling candidates to make well-informed decisions to join appropriate training courses as well as apply for job opportunities, post the training process

vi.       Online learning enabled through the e-Skill India Portal, e-Book Reader application etc.

viii.      Re-designing of certain modules to keep pace with industry and market requirements – such as the EEE (English, Employability & Entrepreneurship) Module which has been implemented to enhance the employability potential of the candidates.

 

Long term training is imparted through Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs). Assessment and Certification of trainees under Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS) of Directorate General of Training is done by National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT). Under the scheme, 5.74 lakhs certificates have been issued during the last six months.

 

 

Annexure-I

List of Sector Skill Councils

Sl. No. Sector Skill Councils
1 Aerospace and Aviation Sector Skill Councils
2 Agriculture Sector Skill Councils
3 Apparel Sector Skill Councils
4 Automotive Sector Skill Councils
5 Beauty and Wellness Sector Skill Councils
6 BFSI Sector Skill Councils
7 Capital Goods Sector Skill Councils
8 Construction Sector Skill Councils
9 Domestic Worker Sector Skill Councils
10 Electronics and Hardware Sector Skill Councils
11 Food Processing Sector Skill Councils
12 Furniture and Fittings Sector Skill Councils
13 Gems and Jewellery Sector Skill Councils
14 Green Jobs Sector Skill Councils
15 Handicrafts and Carpet Sector Skill Councils
16 Healthcare Sector Skill Councils
17 Hydrocarbon Sector Skill Councils
18 IASC Sector Skill Councils
19 Infrastructure Equipment Sector Skill Councils
20 Iron and Steel Sector Skill Councils
21 IT-ITeS Sector Skill Councils
22 Leather Sector Skill Councils
23 Life Sciences Sector Skill Councils
24 Logistics Sector Skill Councils
25 Management Sector Skill Councils
26 Media and Entertainment Sector Skill Councils
27 Mining Sector Skill Councils
28 Paints And Coatings Sector Skill Councils
29 Plumbing Sector Skill Councils
30 Power Sector Skill Councils
31 Retail Sector Skill Councils
32 Rubber Sector Skill Councils
33 Sports Sector Skill Councils
34 Telecom Sector Skill Councils
35 Textiles And Handlooms Sector Skill Councils
36 Tourism & Hospitality Sector Skill Councils
37 Persons with Disability Sector Skill Councils

This information was given by the Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Shri R.K. Singh in a written reply in the Lok Sabha today.

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