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Skill Business @ 2018
Facts, Opportunities and way forward
India is known to possess a significant demographic dividend due to its large and growing population in the 15 to 59 year age group estimated to be upwards of 600 million currently. This large working age population can make a significant contribution to the country’s growth provided it is equipped to be productive.
India’s training infrastructure which mainly consists of government Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) and Industrial Training Centers (ITCs) currently has a capacity of 3.1 Mn seats and is vastly inadequate to meet the diverse skill requirements of the population. While almost 90% of the 450 Mn jobs in India require vocational skills, currently only 7% of youth (15 to 29 years) receive any kind of formal or informal vocational training .
Taking cognizance of this deficit between demand and supply, the government has set an ambitious plan of training 500 Million individuals by 2022, translating to training 42 Million a year. The 11th plan emphasizes on the need for Public Private Partnership (PPP) to make this a reality.
The National Skill Development Mission, under the Prime Minister’s Council has been entrusted with meeting 30% of this target by providing viability gap funding to the private sector. A number of schemes have been set up under various ministries to facilitate vocational training through PPP.
The target of training 500 Mn people by 2022 roughly translates to a Rs 21,000 Cr annual spending in vocational training every year up to 2022. While current activity levels across ministries and schemes are significantly lower, the opportunity is still large enough for the private sector to take serious notice.
By looking to the opportunities many organization including private sector ventured into the vocational Training space.
But as we all know that taking government project and running the skill initiatives is not the viable model and ability contribute significant. We have to develop hybrid and robust model to be leader in skill business.
It is fact that industries need skilled manpower, youth need employment and we need business. There are lots of opportunities but something is missing therefore we discussed together and prepare roadmap to be leader in this sector and contribute immensely in social sector.
We would like to invite you to join us in such wonderful discussion.
* Participants will get knowledge on practical aspects of skill development sector.
* Participants will get in depth knowledge about various polices framework and various schemes in skill development sector.
* Participants will get knowledge of global opportunities in skill development sector.
* Participants will receive an overview about various ways of access fund from foreign, CSR , State and Central Government.
* Participants will get study –material which includes lots material and reference including latest government scheme and policy documents.
* Participants will get brief knowledge about incubation centre and its scope.
Who should attend? :
* Universities, Colleges and Educational Institute
* NGOs,/ Charitable Trust/ Registered Society
* Small and Medium Enterprises/Industries Association
* Skill Consultancy Providers
* Training Partners (TPs)
* Training Institutes/Centres (ITIs/ITCs)
* Any other Individual having interest in this field.
You must attend this WORKSHOP
If you wish to utilize your surplus infrastructure.
If you wish to get government grants, CSR Fund or Foreign Funds for your skill development projects.
If you wish to start International Skill Institute.
If you wish to established centre for excellence in your educational campus in association world repute industries.
If you wish to place your students globally.
If you wish to set up incubation centre in your place.
If you wish to become more focused and organized in the development sector.
If you wish to understand skill development and entrepreneurship concept as a whole.
Workshop Date & Venue
21st July, 2018 Saturday 09.00am to 5.00pm INDIAN SOCIAL INSTITUTE 10, Institutional Area, Lodi Road, New Delhi 110003
22nd July 2018
08.30am to 4.30pm Centre for Youth and Social Development(CYSD) Development Resource and Training Centre(DRTC) E-1, lnstitutional Area Gangadhar Meher Marg, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751013
28th July, 2018
09.00am to 05.00pm Asha Nivas Social Service Centre 9, Rutland Gate, 5th Street, Chennai, Tamilnadu - 600 006
29th July, 2018
09.00am to 05.00pm YWCA International Centre of Mumbai 18, Madame Cama Road, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400 001
Learning Investment: 3000/- INR Per Person (Fee includes material, breakfast, lunch, evening tea and certification), Group Discount available
Training Language: English & Hindi