Identification of minimum skills set, which is sufficient to get an
employment in the labour
The modules in the PVTP sector, when grouped together could lead to a
qualification equivalent to National Trade Certificate or
Courses could be available from level 1 to level 3 in different
vocations depending upon the need of the employer
The main objective of the scheme is to provide employable skills to
school leavers, existing workers, ITI graduates, Existing skills of
the persons can also be tested and certified under this scheme.
Priority will be given to covering those above the age of 14 years who
have been or withdrawn as child labour to enable them to learn
employable skills in order to get gainful
STUDENTS AT TRAINING
Education transforms lives
Possession of proper attitudes is one of the most important attributes
of a competent person. Without proper attitudes, the performance of a
person gets adversely affected. Hence, systematic efforts will be made
to develop attitudes during the training programme.
The trainees deal with men, materials and machines. They handle
sophisticated tools and instruments.
Positive attitudes have to be developed in the trainees by properly
guiding them and setting up examples of good attitudes by demonstrated
behaviors and by the environment provided during training.
Safety consciousness and safe working practices
- Punctuality, discipline and honesty
- Respect for rules and regulations
- Care of equipment and tools
- Concern for quality
- Concern for health and hygiene
- Positive attitude and behavior
- Concern for environment and waste disposal
- Better usage of English language/Vernacular
- Presentation skills
- Resume preparation
- Interview facing techniques
- Ability to bear stress
- Cordial relationship and Cooperation with co-workers and team Work
- Ability for planning, organizing and coordinating
- Creative thinking, problem solving and decision-making
- Responsibility and accountability
- Learn continuously
- Communication skills
- Self management
- GD participation/facing techniques
Methodology and Examination
The training methods to be used should be appropriate to the
development of competencies. The focus of the programme is on
“performing” and not on “Knowing”. Lecturing will be restricted to the
minimum necessary and emphasis to be given for learning through active
participation and involvement.
The training methods will be individual centered to make each person a
competent one. Opportunities for individual work will be provided. The
learning process will be continuously monitored and feedback will be
provided on individual basis.
Demonstrations using different models, audio visual aids and equipment
will be used intensively.
Our Organization will appoint Examine person to assess the
competencies of the trained persons. The Examine person will be an
independent person, which will not be involved in conducting the
training programme. This, in turn, will ensure quality of training and
credibility of the scheme. Keeping in view, the target of providing
training/testing of one million persons through out the country and to
avoid monopoly, more than one Examine person will be appointed for a
sector or an area.
Successful persons will be awarded competency-based certificates
issued by OUR ORGANIZATION
National Knowledge Comission Recommendation
National Knowledge Comission Recommendation
The National Knowledge Commission (NKC) considers Vocational
Education and Training (VET) as an important element of the nation’s
education initiative. In order for VET to play its part effectively in
the changing national context and for India to enjoy the fruits of the
demographic dividend, there is an urgent need to redefine the critical
elements of imparting vocational education to make them flexible,
contemporary, relevant, inclusive and creative. The Government is well
aware of the important role of VET and has already taken a number of
important initiatives. Through consultations with industry groups,
academics, civil society and practitioners, NKC has deliberated ways
and means to strengthen these initiatives and recommends the following
long and short term strategies.
- 1. Placing Vocational Education entirely under the Ministry of Human
Resource Development .
- 2. Increasing the flexibility of VET within the mainstream education system.
- 3. Quantifying and monitoring the impact of vocational education.
- 4. Increasing resource allocation to vocational education.
- 5. Expanding capacity through innovative delivery models.
- 6. Enhancing the training options available for the unorganized and
- 7. Strengthening the current institutional structure.
- 8. Ensuring a robust regulatory and accreditation framework.
- 9. Undertaking a re-branding exercise.
Our organization aims at developing rural and urban students and
thereby our Indian Economy by providing quality Vocational Training
Programmes following National Knowledge Commission's recommendation. .
Cancellation of Admission & Refund
Fee once paid is not refundable or adjustable under any circumstances
in future. Don't pay any extra amount apart from the requisite fee.
1. Your admission will be cancelled
If the admission form is incomplete,
- If the fee paid is short,
- If the supporting documents are not complete,
- If false documents have been submitted,
- If required educational qualifications are not fulfilled,
- If the minimum age criteria is not fulfilled,
- If incorrect or wrong information is given,
- If the Secondary examination is not passed from a recognised board.
- If more than 03 (three) admission forms are received from the same address.
Note: Admission once cancelled will not be re-considered and fee paid
will not be refunded under any circumstances