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AC & Refrigeration

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Hospitality (F&B)

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Assistant Beautician

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Helper Electrician

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Hospitality

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General Duty Assistant

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Plumbing

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Assistant Electrician

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Domestic Non- Voice

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CNC Setter cum Operator - Turning

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Sales Associate

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Domestic Data Entry Operator

RECENT PROJECTS

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  • Government Certified Company in workforce development.
  • Very Strong Presence in Eastern India with close to 115+ Staff Strength.
  • Huge Experience of Distributed / Multi-Location Project Management.
  • Process Driven Review Mechanism.
  • Increased Employment Opportunity for Trained Workforce through Existing wide Industry Contacts.
  • Excellent Professional Exposure in Capacity Building and Workforce Development.
  • Soft Skill Building Development Embedded in Every Program to Enhance Employability of the Participants.
  • Proven Track Record of Skill Building.
  • Existing corporate relationship is in place.

The Present Scenario is such that India would need over 500 million skilled people by 2022 across several sectors, few important ones are:

  • Auto and Auto Components
  • Building and Construction Materials
  • Building and Construction
  • Real Estate Services
  • Electronics and IT Hardware
  • Education and Skill Devp. Services
  • Food Processing
  • Gems and Jewellery
  • Healthcare
  • Textiles
  • Leather and Leather Goods
  • Organised Retail
  • Tourism and Hospitality
  • Transportation and Logistics
  • Media and Entertainment
  • BFSI
  • Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals
  • Furniture and Furnishings
  • IT and ITES
  • Beauty & Wellness

India is referred to as a "young nation"

  • With 28 million population of youth being added every year
  • With only about 2.5 million vocational training seats being available in the country
  • Whereas about 12.8 million people enter the labor market every year
  • About 90 per cent of employment opportunities require vocational skills, something that is not being imparted on a large scale in schools and colleges.

The major reforms proposed for bringing about necessary "flexibility" is in offering of vocational courses and development of "modular competency based curricula" in collaboration with industry to suit the needs of both target groups and the employers (industry), will be useful in reducing the shortage of skilled manpower.