Getting admission in a reputed educational institution is unquestionably quite a challenging task for the students, but there’s another serious challenge waiting for them once they complete their higher studies, which is that of the job hunt. The job-hunting process is indeed a cumbersome one, although there are manifold opportunities lying across the country. To stand strong in the industry, students are required to step out of their ruts and take on an arduous professional endeavor that makes them successful in their job hunt.
The right mix of academic excellence, soft skills, and hard skills, and hands-on learning experience earned during their educational phase gives the students a robust foundation to embark on their professional journey. The fact is that today employers expect a lot more than academic excellence in students. That is why it becomes crucial for students to not to miss out on any learning and growth opportunity provided at the educational institution to enhance their skills and aptitude matrix – not just the academic and educational skills but the professional capability and employability skills.
In order to bridge the industry-academia gap –National Skill India Mission’s Training, Placement and academic collaboration has developed a unique model to integrate vocational and skill-based training into the academic cycle of the University. For expanding our new venture, we need trustworthy and liable training resources in order to uplift the students as a skilled youth. We invite skill training centers to conduct skill/ certificate courses all over India to affiliate with NSIM to train the students of B.Voc Courses of different universities, in order to provide instructions, research, training, placement, etc. in such manner for effective dissemination of placement-oriented education to the students.
NSIM – University Collaboration: “A Perfect amalgamation of Academy and Industry”
15 July 2015 has been declared as the World Youth Skills day for the first time ever. To commensurate this day, Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi launched the Skill India Campaign. This is India’s first integrated national scheme for developing skills and promoting entrepreneurship at a broader scale. (Based on the recommendations of Skill India Programme Bharat Sevak Samaj, the National Development Agency which promotes National Skill India Mission - NSIM)
Skills development system which supports employment generation, economic growth, and social development processes.
Skills development system which supports diversity while maintaining national coherence.
Skills development system based on strong public-private partnerships in training and assessment of unskilled youths.
The skills development system responds to technological change, employment requirements and improvements in the productivity and competitiveness of the industry.
Skills development system which supports to achieve inclusive growth by providing equal access to training to all, and responds to the needs of the unorganized sector.
Skills development system in which qualifications and certification are quality assured and recognized nationally, across organizations, as well as internationally.
Skills development system which promotes lifelong learning and the continuous upgrading of the skills and knowledge.
Skills development system supported by suitable funding.
“To provide training and skill development to the youth of our country covering each and every village/city and to empower all individuals through improved skills, knowledge and employment opportunities”.
Bridging the gap for employment generation
Enhancing the Competitiveness of Indian Business
Preparing the youth of India as a manpower resource for World Markets
Diversifying Skills development programs to meet the changing requirements, particularly of the emerging knowledge economy.
Ensuring the quality and relevance of training
Building a true market place competencies rather than mere qualifications.
Providing opportunities for life-long learning for skill development.
Promoting greater and active involvement of social partners and forging a strong, symbiotic, public-private partnership in skills development.
Mobilizing adequate investments for financing skills development sustainable.
Eligibility Criteria of Skill Training Centers to Conduct Skill/ Certifies courses
Classroom furniture & other furniture should be sufficient according to the strength of students, good looking and standard.
Separate Toilets for male and female
Drinking water facility
LCD projector with screen
Availability of Principal’s room
Roof – Concrete. If metal/asbestos sheet, ceiling should be provided
Fans/ Air Conditioners should be provided in the classroom and the Lab.
First Aid Box
Tie up for On Job Training & Placement. ( If so far it is not done, get a declaration from the Centre Director, that it will be done soon.)
The overall appearance should give a favorable atmosphere for education
Classrooms – One classroom per batch. If not Air-conditioned, it should be well ventilated. (Number of students should be allotted/ admitted according to the area of the classroom).
Minimum one Lab. If not Air-conditioned, it should be well ventilated. (Number of students should be allotted/admitted according to the area of the Lab).
Availability of Equipment and Tools to perform the exercises as per the syllabus
Blackboard/White Board etc. enough to meet the requirement.
One Teacher per Batch. Minimum of two teachers per course. If there are three batches for one course (1st year, 2nd year, 3rd year), there should be three teachers.
Teachers should be post graduate in the relevant subject.
Sufficient Reference books in the Library
One Lab Assistant (not mandatory)
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