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1 1 Demand Responsive Vocational Training – New Initiatives Directorate General of Employment and Training Ministry of Labour and Employment Government of India 8 th August 2014 New Delhi

2 2 Structure of presentation  Available pan-India network  New paradigm o Re-establishing brand equity of ITIs o ITI-industry partnership framework o Employment exchange transformed as career centres o Industry-friendly Apprentices Act o Employability-focused modular training  Way forward

3 3 Available pan-India network  Network of 11,001 Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) across the country with seating capacity of more than 15.52 lakhs o Approximately 70% of seating capacity in private sector and 30% in Government ITIs o Training imparted in 70 engineering and 63 non-engineering trades  Training in ITIs supported by 26 Training of Trainer (ToT) institutes and two specialised institutes - Central Staff Training & Research Institute (CSTARI), Kolkata for curriculum development and National Instructional Media Institute (NIMI), Chennai for development of instructional material  Vocational guidance and employment services provided through 956 Employment Exchanges across the country

4 4 Re-establishing brand equity of ITIs  Curriculum as revised by Mentor Councils (with representatives from industry, academia, Champion ITIs, CSTARI and NIMI) in 11 core sectors being implemented w.e.f. August 2014 session  Incubation Centres (4) and Chairs (5) being set up in premier institutions including IIT- Chennai, IIT Delhi, IIT-Kanpur, IIT-Roorkee and ISM-Dhanbad  Infrastructure for training of trainers in distance mode being created  Pilot in delivery of ICT courses through Spoken Tutorial project of IIT-Bombay under progress  Training in semester pattern introduced in ITIs in February 2014  First phase of ITI e-governance portal to be launched in November 2014  E-certification for CTS courses being launched from November 2014  Leadership and Management training of all Government ITI Principals being conducted in premier management institutions including IIM-Lucknow, MDI-Gurgaon, IIFT-Delhi, etc.

5 5 ITI-industry partnership framework  Flexible MoUs for running industry-driven courses in ITIs o Customised industry-led courses with high employment potential (min. 80%) brought under NCVT certification o Detailed policy guidelines issued in July 2014  Developing Model ITIs in prominent industry clusters o Scheme to develop one Government ITI in every State into a Model ITI to deliver high quality training and develop effective industry relationship o Aims to improve training quality, increase industry interaction through active participation in IMC, attract industry to utilise infrastructure for training of its workforce  Urban ITIs to focus on training of unorganised workers o Additional shifts to be run in ITIs in urban areas for skill upgradation of the unorganised sector workers

6 6 Employment exchanges transformed as career centres - objectives  Assess skills requirements at local, regional, national and international levels  Provide counselling both to youth visiting the centres and by outreach to educational institutions about various training, on-the-job training and job opportunities, etc.  Youth from rural, semi urban areas as well as from disadvantaged sections of the society to get information on training/employment options  Connect job-seekers and employers through portal, job fairs and other mean such as campus placement  General gap training for college pass outs through specially empanelled training providers

7 7 Employment exchanges transformed as career centres – salient features  50 Model Career Centres to be established; few VRCs will also be transformed into Model Career Centres for PwDs. Central support of about Rs 50 lakh each.  States given flexibility to choose model for operating career centres (State funding, PPP-Industry Association Sponsorship/Company Sponsorship/Pvt. Owned/Partial Ownership, CSR funds, etc.)  Portal for effectively delivering services of NCS being developed; advertising job & vacancy postings, training calendar & scheduler, content on career options, candidate registration & tracking, skill assessment and aptitude testing interfaces, etc.  National number based call centre and helpdesk will also be integrated into NCS  Capacity building programs for employment exchange officers to be conducted  Outcome-based monitoring - No. of candidates/ schools provided counselling; no. of candidates placed through various channels; job fairs conducted, etc.

8 8 Industry-friendly Apprentices Act  Regime of fixing seats for every trade being abolished; a band of 2.5-10% at establishment level envisaged  Demand based new trades, other than designated trades, may be undertaken by establishment  Non-engineering graduates/diploma holders also eligible for apprenticeship  Penalties and inspections reduced and made exception-based; no imprisonment  Ease in compliance through portal  Establishments operating in four or more States to be managed centrally  Small industries can aggregate apprentices through approved third parties; outsource basic training  Stipend to be indexed to semi skilled wages; Proposal to support MSMEs

9 9 Employability-focused modular training  SDI scheme being modified to provide for o Modules with soft skill for youth/school drop out; placement tracking o Skill upgradation modules for existing work force, special focus on modern construction technologies o Special programme for RPL in construction sector through cess fund o Proposal for self-financed special modules with NCVT certification for sectoral gap training

10 10 Way forward Leadership models for Industry-ITI-Career Centre collaboration for  Enhancing employability of and entrepreneurship in youth  Upgradation of skills of existing workforce  Mainstreaming informal skills  Meeting the emerging skill needs of industry

11 11 Thank You Directorate General of Employment & Training Ministry of Labour and Employment, Govt. of India Shram Shakti Bhawan, 2 & 4 Rafi Marg, New Delhi-1 Phone: 011-23710446

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