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1 State Presentation on Skill Development – Tamil Nadu - December

2 Tamil Nadu – a snap shot Area: 1,29,777 sq km Total population (2011 census): 7,21,47,030 Population (18-23 years age group): 77,66,109 Total no. of Higher Education Institutions: 3579 GER (18-23): 42 ( , provisional) College population index: Institutional density: Gender Parity:

3 Access – Tamil Nadu 3

4 Equity 4

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6 Skill Pyramid in Tamil Nadu 6

7 Present Status of Skill Development Efforts in Tamil Nadu Skill Development Programme is going in the state through multiple channels: 22 Departments carry out this work. More important are: –Through Polytechnics –Through Community Colleges under Tamil Nadu Open University –Through initiatives of universities such as Bharathiar University –Through ITIs (under Director Emp. & Training) –Through Tamil Nadu Women Development Corporation –Adi-dravida, Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes and Minorities Department However, each institution is working in its own silo, without any synergy Now it is sought to be streamlined through formation of Tamil Nadu Skill Development Corporation –Under Directorate of Employment and Training, the Director E & T also being the MD of the Corporation 7

8 Initiatives so far through Polytechnics CIICP - Canada India Institutional Cooperation Project –Selected Polytechnic Colleges conduct Skill Oriented Courses for the students, pursuing Diploma course, as per the needs of the IndustriesSkill Oriented Courses the Industries – Personnel from Industries attend Skill Training Programmes conducted in selected Polytechnic Colleges in Tamil NaduSkill Training Programmes –Around persons trained every year in 137 polytechnics MHRD Project of Community Development through Polytechnics –In totally 56 Polytechnic colleges in Tamil Nadu, working in catchment area of 5-10 villages around them Impart Skill Development Training Programmes to the intended target groups, disseminate Appropriate Technologies for productivity enhancement andAppropriate Technologies provide Technical & Support Services, to rural masses and slums dwellers –Around persons trained every year Community College Scheme under National Vocational Education Qualification Framework (NVEQF) – 10 polytechnics have already taken approval10 polytechnics 8

9 22 vocational programmes offered through more than 200 Community Colleges of the Universityvocational programmes University has signed an MOU with the NSDC for – re-designing the University’s vocational programmes in order to align them National Occupational Standards (NOS); – for using the courses already available at the NSDC and – for awarding certification in recognition of prior learning (RPL). University has identified 347 traditional skills for purposes of Traditional Skills Certification for livelihood improvement 49 programmes with industry interactionindustry interaction MOU with TNAU for running 16 Agriculture related coursesAgriculture related MOU with Transport Department for running a NVEQF compliant Course for the drivers, who do not possess 8th standard qualification Skill Development through Tamil Nadu Open University 9

10 Center for Collaboration of Industry and Institute (CCII) – MoU with various industries for skill based curricula – Working with 43 industries and offering 100+ programmes – Infosys BPO, TCS BPO, Telecom Sector Skill Council, HCL, etc Sector Based curricula preparation – Insurance, Logistics, Supply chain management, finance, accounting, web designing Skill training for SC, ST, Minorities for affirmative action Finishing school for industry readiness Specific industry-specific skill development programmes Community college initiatives – 33 courses in 9 community colleges Major Research Projects in Skill Development Areas B.Voc Programme with Rs. 183 lakhs from the UGC Skill Development at Bharathiar University 10

11 Totally 1390 ITIs and 2420 Apprentice schools Modular Employable Skill training scheme – Govt. ITIs are providing modular type part time training apart from regular full training courses. – 68 sectors and 544 modules incorporated. Strengthening of Existing Infrastructures to improve the current courses – State fund, ITI fund and PPP Up-gradation of Construction related trades like Mason, Carpenter, Wireman, Plumber at a cost of Rs. 50 Cr from Construction Welfare Board Fund. 15 new trades in 12 Govt. ITIs in the year ( popular trades like, Electrician, Welder, Refrigeration and A/C mechanic, Wiremen etc.,). New trade ( Fitter) for Deaf and Dumb students in 2 Govt. ITI Establishment of Language cum Soft Skill Labs in Govt. it is at the Cost of Rs. 7.5 Crore to teach English Language, Computer Skills and Soft skills. Skill Development through ITIs 11

12 Nodal agency for Tamil Nadu State Rural Livelihood Mission Training of rural youth under aajeevika skills training programme – IT, Automobile, Textile, Hospitality, Construction – Around people trained annually Skill Development through Women Development Corporation 12

13  On the lines of National Policy on Skill Development, a State Level Mission for Skill Development set up in TN in 2009  Has been doing the following work:  Skill training of around 2 lakh persons per year  Adoption of National Occupation standards  MoU with Sector Skill Councils / NSDC  Empanelment of Training Partners  Recognition of prior learning in construction, Textile and Automobile sectors on Pilot basis.  35,000 persons to be covered under RPL.  Skill training in emerging sectors like technical writing, Marine food processing, Diary technology, non farm activities are taken up  Declared as a ‘’Special Purpose Vehicle’’ and ‘’Nodal Agency’’ in 2013 & Converted into a section 25 Company of the Companies Act. TN SKILL DEVELOPMENT CORPN 13

14 Strategic plan for Skill Development and Skill upgradation one of the most important initiatives of Vision 2023 of the State – States that single most important resource for the State’s success and development is the availability of trained, knowledgeable and skilled manpower. It envisages overall skilling for 20 million people in next 11 years. – 15 million entering job market and 5 million who are already part of working population Creation of Skill Hub in the State – where all skill development schemes are coordinated Strategy proposed – Large scale skill development at the bottom of the pyramid – Employability programme for the skilled middle level – Setting up Centres of Excellence – Setting up of Skill Development Department Vision Tamil Nadu

15 TN Skill Development Corporation would act as the repository of all information regarding skill development It would identify sectors (region wise) which would require manpower in short and medium term – Skill gap Survey Research – Competency Mapping and Curriculum Relevance – revise / update the Existing curriculum Prescribe standards in infrastructure, training content, duration and training cost It would develop model syllabi for different sectors and levels which various institutions could use – Industry Centric Curriculum It would identify training partners – Government and private Remedial coaching and Finishing schools with affiliated colleges to enhance campus placement Aim is that it would eventually act as a regulator for the sector to ensure that there is a proper match between demand and supply Vision of TN Government on Skill Development 15

16 Having a cohort approach – 5 cohorts identified – Uncertified workforce, school drop outs, formal academic system, vocational training system and certified workers Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition Vocationalization of School Education Promote Competence Centres – Cluster approach to reform existing institutions Improve employability of polytechnic and engineering college students Popularize on the job training Popularize apprenticeship programme Implement National Skill Qualification Framework Major Initiatives Contemplated 16

17 Need for AICTE to design guidelines and standard model syllabi for different courses at all levels which each state could adopt after modifying the same for local context – At least sectors can be identified for this purpose Need for labour/ Finance/ Industry/ HRD ministries to make a medium term projection for various sector of economies and the labour force required for growth in these sectors – More useful if state (or at least regional level) projection can also be done Expectations from AICTE & other GOI bodies 17


19 CIICP - Industrial Linkage Ashok LeylandHyundai MotorsTVS Motors Rane Group of Companies Larsen & Toubro LtdFord India Ltd. Nokia CorporationCaterpillar India Pvt. LtdSamsung India P. Ltd. L.G. Corporation Daimler India Pvt. Ltd. Reliance India P. Ltd. Delphi TVSSaint Gobain Glass India Ltd.Godrej & Boyce Axis Bank Back 19 Example

20 Specialized Short-term Courses conducted under CIICP Structural GlazingGlass Processing Assembly TechniquesCNC Programming Techniques Automotive EngineeringInstallation of Solar Panel and servicing Programmable Logic ControllerPro-E CATIAHeavy Machineries Operation & Maintenance Linemen, Foremen for laying Transmission Lines Cell Phone Servicing Total StationQuantity Surveying Back 20

21 CIICP - TRAINING TO INDUSTRIAL PERSONNEL Bharat PetroleumBrakes India Pvt.Ltd TI Diamond Chain Pvt.Ltd Tube Investments of India Pvt.Ltd ETA-Ascon-DubaiVoltas Ltd Saint Gobain Glass India Ltd.Southern Railways Daimler India Commercial Vehicles Pvt.Ltd Back 21 Example

22 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH POLYTECHNICS SCHEME List of Appropriate Technologies transferred Biomass GasifierRural RefrigeratorBrick Moulding Rain Water HarvestingMushroom CultivationHerbal Garden Solar Drier for Drying Agro Products Solar TorchFly Ash Bricks Ferro-cement Technology VermicultureHerbal Plant Cultivation Agri-Implements Drip IrrigationPhoto Lamination Solar Lighting SystemLeaf Plate MakingImproved Bee Rearing Boxes Hollow BlockingSeedlings farmsHouse wiring Next Back 22

23 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH POLYTECHNICS SCHEME List of Appropriate Technologies transferred - contd Honey ExtractorSolar Water HeaterNight Soil Bio-gas Plant Water and Soil TestingBio-gasRural Latrines Low cost soakage pitsNursery RaisingDistribution of crop-seeds Repair & Maintenance of Electrical Motors & Hand Pumps Repair and Maintenance of House-hold appliances Repair & Maintenance of Computers Eye CampPlumbingLPG use and Safety Cell Phone ServicingEmbroideryMachine Servicing Sewing Machine ServicingBlood Donation CampRepair & Maintenance of Electronic gadgets back 23

24 Sl. No. Name of the Polytechnic CollegeSectorCourse 1Dr. Dharmambal Govt. Polytechnic College for Women, Chennai Garment Technology 2 Periyar Centenary Polytechnic College, Vallam Production and ManufacturingCNC Welding ConstructionBuilding Technology AutomobileEngine Testing 3 Karpagam Polytechnic College, Coimbatore AutomobileEngine Testing ITComputer H/W and Networking ConstructionBuilding Technology 4PSG Poly. College, CoimbatoreFoundryPattern Making & Moulding 5 Murugappa Poly. College, Chennai AutomobileAuto Electricals & Electronics ITSoftware Development ConstructionBuilding Technology 6PAC Ramasamy Raja Poly. Col., Rajapalayam MechanicalIndustrial Automation 7 Tamil Nadu Poly. College, Madurai AutomobileAuto Electricals & Electronics ManufacturingCNC based Moulding 8Rane Polytechnic Technical Campus, Trichy Production & ManufacturingMachine Operator Training 9Thiagarajar Poly. College, SalemInformation TechnologySoftware Development ManufacturingCNC 10Seshasayee Institute of Technology, TrichyMechanical BackBackRefrigeration & Air Conditioning 24

25 Industrial Linkage – Murugappa Poly. Industry oriented programmes conducted for students YearDetails of Industry Oriented Skill training Programmes conducted Details of Beneficiaries No. of Skill Training Programmes Name of the Programme No. of Persons trained No. of persons who got placement Name of the related Industries Pro-E9140· L&T, · Godrej & Boyce · MRF · Ford India Ltd · Delphi TVS 2CATIA V5R182510· Caterpillar India Ltd Pro-E12052· L&T, · Godrej & Boyce · MRF · Ford India Ltd · Delphi TVS 2CATIA V5R1824Caterpillar India Ltd Pro-E12430 Back · L&T, · MRF · Ford India Ltd 2CATIA V5R1821· Delphi TVS 25

26 Industrial Linkage – Murugappa Poly. Skill Training Programmes conducted for Industrial Personnel YearName of the Skill Training Programme conducted for Industrial personnel Name of the IndustryNo. of Industrial Personnel trained Technical Training ProgrammeBharath Petroleum, Chennai 9 Workshop Training Programme for Diploma Holders Brakes India, Chennai Technical Upgradation Programme TI Diamond Chain, Chennai Technical Skills Welding programme Tube Investments of India, Chennai 16 Back 26

27 TNOU – Vocational Programmes Dip. in Early Childhood Care and Education Dip. in Fashion Design and Garments Making Dip. in Home Appliance Repair and Service Dip. in Refrigeration and AC Technician Diploma in Acupuncture Science Diploma in Animation System Diploma in Apparel and Fashion Design Diploma in Bakery and Confectionary Diploma in Beautician Diploma in Catering Assistant Diploma in Computer Applications Diploma in Computer Hardware Servicing Diploma in Databases Diploma in Desk Top Publishing Diploma in Food and Beverage Service Diploma in Food Production Diploma in Four Wheeler Mechanism Diploma in Health Assistant Diploma in House Electrician Diploma in Media Art Diploma in Multimedia Systems Diploma in Plumbing Technicians Back 27

28 TNOU –Industry Intervention Programmes 1.Vocational Certificate in Engine Testing[Level-1] 2.Vocational Certificate in Engine Testing[Level-2] 3.Vocational Certificate in Engine Testing[Level-3] 4.Vocational Certificate in Engine Testing[Level-4] 5.Vocational Diploma in Engine Testing[Level-5] 6.Vocational Advanced Diploma in Engine Testing[Level-6] 7.B.Voc (Bachelor of Vocation) in Engine Testing[Level-7] 8.Vocational Certificate in Vehicle Testing [Level-1] 9.Vocational Certificate in Vehicle Testing[Level-2] 10.Vocational Certificate in Vehicle Testing[Level-3] 11.Vocational Certificate in Vehicle Testing[Level-4] 12.Vocational Diploma in Vehicle Testing[Level-5] 13.Vocational Advanced Diploma in Vehicle Testing[Level-6] 14.B.Voc (Bachelor of Vocation) in Vehicle Testing [Level-7] 15.Vocational Certificate in Vehicle Quality [Level-1] 16.Vocational Certificate in Vehicle Quality [Level-2] 17.Vocational Certificate in Vehicle Quality [Level-3] 18.Vocational Certificate in Vehicle Quality [Level-4] 19.Vocational Diploma in Vehicle Quality [Level-5] 20.Vocational Advanced Diploma in Vehicle Quality [Level-6] 21.B.Voc (Bachelor of Vocation) in Vehicle Quality [Level-7] 22.Vocational Certificate in Auto Electrical and Electronics [Level-1] 23.Vocational Certificate in Auto Electrical and Electronics [Level-2] 24.Vocational Certificate in Auto Electrical and Electronics [Level-3] 25.Vocational Certificate in Auto Electrical and Electronics [Level-4]BackBack 28

29 Industry Intervention Programmes - contd 26.Vocational Diploma in Auto Electrical and Electronics [Level-5] 27.Vocational Advanced Diploma in Auto Electrical & Electronics [Level-6] 28.B.Voc (Bachelor of Vocation) in Auto Electrical & Electronics [Level-7] 29.Vocational Certificate in Farm Equipment and Machinery [Level-1] 30.Vocational Certificate in Farm Equipment and Machinery [Level-2] 31.Vocational Certificate in Farm Equipment and Machinery [Level-3] 32.Vocational Certificate in Farm Equipment and Machinery [Level-4] 33.Vocational Diploma in Farm Equipment and Machinery [Level-5] 34.Vocational Advanced Diploma in Farm Equipment & Machinery [Level-6] 35.B.Voc (Bachelor of Vocation)in Farm Equipment& Machinery[Level-7] 36.Vocational Certificate in Retail [Level-1] 37.Vocational Certificate in Retail [Level-2] 38.Vocational Certificate in Retail [Level-3] 39.Vocational Certificate in Retail [Level-4] 40.Vocational Diploma in Retail [Level-5] 41.Vocational Advanced Diploma in Retail [Level-6] 42.B.Voc (Bachelor of Vocation) in Retail [Level-7] 43.Vocational Certificate in Textile Technology [Level-1] 44.Vocational Certificate in Textile Technology [Level-2] 45.Vocational Certificate in Textile Technology [Level-3] 46.Vocational Certificate in Textile Technology [Level-4] 47.Vocational Diploma in Textile Technology [Level-5] 48.Vocational Advanced Diploma in Textile Technology [Level-6] 49.B.Voc (Bachelor of Vocation) in Textile Technology [Level-7]BackBack 29

30 TNOU – Agriculture Programmes 1.Certificate in Sugarcane Production Technology 2.Certificate in Vegetable Seed Production 3.Certificate in Nursery Techniques and Propagation of Horticultural Plants 4.Certificate in Mushroom Production 5.Certificate in Preservation of Fruits and Vegetables 6.Certificate in Wasteland Development 7.Certificate in Bee Keeping 8.Certificate in Vermicomposting 9.Certificate in Repair and Maintenance of Farm Equipments and Machineries 10.Certificate in Coconut Cultivation Technology 11.Certificate in Cotton Cultivation Technology 12.Certificate in Landscaping and Ornamental Gardening 13.Certificate in Modern Irrigation Management 14.Certificate in Bakery and Confectionary Products 15.Certificate in Medicinal Plants 16.Certificate in Flower Cultivation Back 30

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