1 Working with Ministries ::
a. Short listing the ministries and their respective schemes.
b. Liaison and pick the schemes 4 to 6 Schemes direct or through consortium if required
2 Working with NSDC ::
a. NSDC Udaan Scheme /NSDC Partner
b. NSDC Funding
c. Explore the possibilities Initiate NSDC Funding/Grants:
i. For innovations
ii. For Setting up SSCs
3 Working with Sector Skill Councils/ Skill India Project::
a. Signing up as a Training Partner- Automotives, Healthcare
b. Content Development and Validations.
c. Train the Trainer
4 Working as a Implementation Partner::
a. List out the companies/NGO in the states where they got funding on Skill development and looking for implementation partner.
b. Let these companies outsource these projects to us and we become implementation partners.
5 Working with State Skill Development Mission/DRDA/SDI/
a. Getting Empanelment to the Respective States
b. Getting VTP Registrations
c. Run States sponsored schemes
6 Working with Corporate::
a. For CSR Funding Implementation.
b. For Corporate Training (Ticket Sales Only)
|Under the Special Industry Initiative of the Prime Minister, the National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC) and Ministry of Home Affairs have been mandated to work with the corporate sector in bringing about a positive change in the employment and skills space of J & K. The Special Industry Initiative, known as “Udaan”, targets the youth of J&K, specifically graduates and postgraduates, who are seeking global and local opportunities. READ MORE..||The Government of Uttarakhand is implementing the EST&P (Employment Linked skills training Programme) component of Central and State Government sponsored National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM) with the name of ‘Utthan’ through a transformed strategy. READ MORE..|