Skill development enhances confidence, improve productivity and helps utilize full potential of an individual. However, 70% of Indian youth do not even know about goverment's skill development programmes. There is a considerable gap between the skill required of the work force and their current capabilities. In India, an enormous skill gap exists between what industries demand based on the rapid economic growth and the skills that young people acquire through education and training. The demand supply gap not only affects the economic growth but also prevents the inclusive growth of the economy as a whole
How IEE Assists?
IEE provides nationwide information on skill development facilities to the candidates looking for specialized training programmes to enhance their capabilities to get better job opportunities in various sectors. Intrested candidates can register with our skill development programs.
Who Can Register:
In these cases IEE will :
The SDP Provider plays an important role in removal of disconnect between demand and supply of skilled manpower building the vocational and technical training framework, skill upgradation, development of new skills, and innovative thinking not only for enlisting jobs but also job that are to be catered to.
A skill development provider means any organisation / Institution that impart employment related skills to the candidates and provides information on various skill training and placement programs in the country.
Registration by candidate & enlisting by SDP provider on IEE portal for SDP.
We will find/match the most suitable provider / program / trade / courses for applicants.
We will suggest the skill provider agencies where in he or she can get maximum benifits.
By candidate for selected scheme and provider. By SDP provider for enrollment of the candidate
We provide help in getting enrolled in desired program and at provider.
Candidate & SDP provider will Pay the prescribed charges
To See The Complete List Of Skill Development And Training programmes of Goverment Of India And State Govt, Click Below To Download Pdf.
(Approved by Skill Developement Council GOI) For different SDP Schemes and Programmes, Click Below To Download Pdf.
The main objective is to give a thrust to family oriented schemes of economic development of SCs below the poverty line, by providing resources for filling the critical gaps and for providing missing vital inputs so that the schemes can be more meaningful.
In order to improve the employability of youth around 20 Ministries run skill development schemes across 70 sectors the parliament was informed
The NULM will focus on organizing urban poor in their strong grassroots level institutions, creating opportunities for skill development leading to market-based employment and helping them to set up self-employment venture by ensuring easy access to credit.
DDU-GKY is a part of the National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM), tasked with the dual objectives of adding diversity to the incomes of rural poor families and cater to the career aspirations of rural youth. DDU-GKY is uniquely focused on rural youth between the ages of 15 and 35 years from poor families.
The objective of this Skill Certification Scheme is to enable a large number of Indian youth to take up industry-relevant skill training that will help them in securing a better livelihood. Individuals with prior learning experience or skills will also be assessed and certified under Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
The Ministry aims to Skill on a large Scale with Speed and high Standards in order to achieve its vision of a 'Skilled India'.
DAY-NRLM believes in harnessing the innate capabilities of the poor and complements them with capacities (information, knowledge, skills, tools, finance and collectivization) to participate in the growing economy of the country.
Various state govt. have also launched skill development programs to cater to the needs of large no. of youth.
The Ministry of Minority Affairs was carved out of Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment and created on 29th January, 2006 to ensure a more focused approach towards issues relating to the notified minority communities namely Muslim, Christian, Budhist, Sikhs, Parsis and Jain.