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PMKVY

ABOUT PMKVY(PRADHAN MANTRI KAUSHAL VIKAS YOJANA)

Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education currently caters to over 3 Crore students, which comes to a Gross Enrolment Ratio of 21.1% and the dropout rate at each level is in higher side. There is a large requirement of skilled persons in the core engineering; and it is possible to train the dropouts from the higher education system is these skills. However, the traditional higher education system in the country is rigid in terms of duration. Keeping in view these National Programmes, Ministry of Human Resource Development directed All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi to run the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana for Technical Institutions (PMKVY-TI). National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) will be the Strategic Partner in implementing PMKVY – TI project with AICTE. The main objective of this project is to provide skill based training to the school and college drop outs who to pursue/attain higher order skills and living in the vicinity of College.

OBJECTIVE OF THE PMKVY

  • Create opportunities for all to acquire skills, especially for youth, women and disadvantaged groups (Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and Other Backward Classes)
  • Promote commitment by all stakeholders to own skill development initiatives.
  • Develop a high-quality skilled workforce that will help emerging employment market needs
  • Enable effective coordination between different ministries, the Centre and the States and public and private providers.

OPPORTUNITIES TO 10TH/12TH/ITI/DIPLOMA PASS/FAIL STUDENTS

  • Government is extremely serious about the youth of this country and wants them to have a Sustainable livelihood
  • PMKVY is a flagship scheme of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Implemented by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).
  • Employment opportunities post completion of training and the course duration proposed by the TP (fixed classroom hours and practical training hours).
  • After the successful assessment, candidates will be given industry recognized Government Certificates.
  • The scheme is funded by the Government of India

COURSES OFFERED IN RIT WITH QUALIFICATION

Sr. No.

Sector

Specialisation

NSQF Level

Qualification

No. of Hours

Intake

1

Agriculture

Irrigation Service Technician

4

8th Class Preferably

210

25

2

Agriculture

Village Water Technician

4

12th Class Preferably

260

25

3

Automotive

Electrician Level 4

4

Class XII

400

25

4

Automotive

Service Technician (Two & Three)

4

Class X

400

25

5

Automotive

Service Technician Level 3

3

Class VIII

350

25

6

Capital Goods Skill Council

CNC Operator - Vertical Machining Centre

3

10th Standard

300

25

7

Capital Goods Skill Council

CNC Operator - Turning

3

10th Standard

300

25

8

Capital Goods Skill Council

CNC Programmer

4

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

300

25

9

Capital Goods Skill Council

Draughtsman - Mechanical

4

10th Standard

300

25

10

Electronics

IT Coordinator in School

4

Diploma polytechnic in EC/CS/IT/EE

300

25

11

Electronics

IT Coordinator in School

4

Diploma polytechnic in EC/CS/IT/EE

300

25

12

Electronics

LED Light Repair Technician

4

10 + 2 pass

360

25

13

Electronics

Field Technician - Computing & Peripherals

4

10th pass

300

25

14

Construction

Assistant Electrician

3

Preferably 10th Class

400

25

15

Construction

Rural Mason

4

Preferably 5th Standard

400

25

16

Construction

Mason Concrete

3

Preferably 5th Standard

400

25

 

Definitions

a) NSDC – The National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) has been constitutes to foster private sector initiatives in skill development. It is a Private Public Partnership (PPP) organization with representatives of Government and Industry Associations on its Board.

b) AICTE – AICTE is a statutory body through an Act of Parliament 52, in 1987. The Council, i.e. AICTE was established with a view to the proper planning and coordinated development of the technical education system throughout the country, the promotion of qualitative improvement of such education in relation to planned quantitative growth and the regulation and proper maintenance of norms and standards in the technical education system for matters connected therewith.

c) SSCs – Sector Skill Councils (SSCs) are industry-led bodies, who would be responsible for the defining the skilling needs, concept, processes, certification, and accreditation of their respective industry sectors. The SSCs shall prescribe the NOSs and QPs for the job roles relevant to their industry, and shall work with the NSDA to ensure that these are in accordance with the NSQF.

d) NSQF – The National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) is a descriptive framework that organizes qualifications according to a series of levels of knowledge, skills and aptitude. These levels are defined in terms of learning outcomes i.e., the competencies which the learners must possess regardless of whether they were acquired through formal, non-formal or informal education and training. It is, therefore, a nationally integrated education and competency-based skill framework that will provide for multiple pathways both within vocational education and vocational training and among vocational education, vocational training, general education and technical education, thus linking one level of learning to another higher level to enable a person to acquire desired skill levels, transit to the job market and return to skill development to further upgrade their skill sets.

e) NOSs – National Occupational Standards (NOSs) specify the standard of performance an individual must achieve when carrying out a particular activity in the workplace, together with the knowledge and understanding they need to meet that standard consistently. Each NOS defines one key function in a job role. In their essential form, NOSs describe functions, standards of performance and knowledge/understanding. 

f) QPs – A set of NOSs, aligned to a job role, called Qualification Packs (QPs), would be available for every job role in each industry sector. These drive both the creation of curriculum and assessments. These job roles would be at various proficiency levels and aligned to the NSQF.NOSs and QPs for job roles in various industry sectors, created by SSCs and subsequently ratified by appropriate authority, would be available online and updated from time to time.

g) SDMS – The Skill Development Management System (SDMS) is a portal to capture the data that have undergoing training, an MIS system which has been developed and maintained by NSDC.