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WINTER TRAINING REPORT ON

SKILL TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT AND SELF EMPLOYMENT GENERATION FOR URBAN, BPL’S AND MINORITY

For

JAHANVI-JITM SKILLS

By

Hemant Roshan

A-14

In partial fulfillment for the award of

Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management

2013-15

New Delhi Institution of Management

F-13,Okhla Industrial Area Phase-I New Delhi-110020 E-mail : info@ndimedu.com Website : www.ndimedu.com

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WINTER TRAINING REPORT ON

SKILL TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT AND SELF EMPLOYMENT GENERATION FOR URBAN, BPL’S AND MINORITY

For JAHANVI-JITM SKILLS

Under the supervision of

Manav Chauhan Country head

Submitted By Hemant Roshan Roll no. A-14

Submitted to Sanjay Tomar

WINTER TRAINING REPORT ON SKILL TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT AND SELF EMPLOYMENT GENERATION FOR URBAN, BPL’S AND

SKILL TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT AND SELF EMPLOYMENT GENERATION FOR URBAN, BPL’S AND MINORITY

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

  • I sincerely express my gratitude to the people who helped in making this project successful. The process was enriching and a good learning experience.

I would like to thank my industry guide and facilitator Mr. Manav Chauhan was instrumental in directing me during the entire project and guided me to approach the project in a structured manner and also for parting with me his valuable time when ever required.

  • I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all at JAHANVI-JITM SKILLS, for

giving me the opportunity to work and learn in this organization. The knowledge and

experience I have gained, is truly invaluable.

  • I render my sincere thanks to our Honorable Director Mr. Ankur Bansal

For providing me the opportunity of being part of such an esteemed college.

I am also deeply indebted to my faculty guide Sanjay Tomar for his unmatched help and support. Apart from helping me academically by promptly replying to all my queries, he has encouraged me at all times in all my endeavors.

Lastly, I sincerely render my heartfelt thanks to my parents for their unconditional support & patience. Their faith and conviction in me has helped me achieve my targets.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I sincerely express my gratitude to the people who helped in making this project successful.

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DECLARATION

I, Hemant Roshan student of New Delhi Institution of Management” Batch: 2013-15 declare that each part of the report on the subject “SKILL TRAINING FOR

EMPLOYMENT AND SELF EMPLOYMENT GENERATION FOR URBAN, BPL’S AND MINORITY” is my Original Work.

I was in regular contact with the nominated Mentor and company Office-Bearers and have discussed contents of Project.

Date of submission

Signature of student

Faculty’s comment:

Signature of faculty guide

Name of faculty guide

DECLARATION I, Hemant Roshan student of “ New Delhi Institution of Management ” Batch: 2013-15 declare

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Certificate

Certificate SKILL TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT AND SELF EMPLOYMENT GENERATION FOR URBAN, BPL’S AND MINORITY Page 5

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Table of content

S.no

Particulars

Page no

1

Company profile

7-17

2

Detail description on “SJSRY” project

18-30

3

Detail description on “SEEKHO AUR KAMAO” project

31-37

4

Work done

38-40

5

Findings

41

6

Suggestion and recommendations

42

7

Annexure

43-49

8

Bibliography

50

9

Words of thanks

51

Table of content S.no Particulars Page no 1 Company profile 7-17 2 Detail description on “SJSRY”

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Brief Description About JAHANVI-JITM SKILLS

JAHANVI (Regd.)- JITM Skills provide large scale, high quality, innovative Skill Training through well structured set up and Training manual. JITM has tie-ups with following Government, Academic Organization for providing skill Training.

JITM SKILLS is India’s premier skills & Entrepreneurship development Institute, imparting Skill Training in more than 100 Trades/ Fields.

It also provides business incubation facility to upcoming and innovative entrepreneurs.

JITM Skills was formed by leading Academicians, Industrialists, Professionals, and Technocrats in April 1989.

JITM Skills is having 100 Skill Training centres across the country. Besides that, it is also working in close collaboration with 40 ITI’s and few Schools.

Brief Description About JAHANVI-JITM SKILLS JAHANVI (Regd.)- JITM Skills provide large scale, high quality, innovative Skill

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VISION AND MISSION

Vision: To train 10 Lakh students annually in different skills & empower them with ability to provide professional services to create wealth for themselves and for the Nation.

Mission: To be world’s premier Institute in Skill training & Entrepreneurship Development. We are committed for providing the professional skill oriented education that empowers students, develop them as leaders, makes them self reliant, value driven and progressive.

VISION AND MISSION Vision : To train 10 Lakh students annually in different skills & empower

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OBJECTIVE

The main objectives of jitm skills are:

To promote, support and sustain entrepreneurship and small business through

o

Training education and research

o

Consultancy

o

And other interventions throughout the globe

To train participants (youth) across the country in different skills.

Empower trainees with personality development, so that they can provide

professional services. Create employment and entrepreneurship

possible professionals and skill oriented

Committed to provide the best trainings

To be world’s premier institute in imparting skill training and developing

entrepreneurship education

OBJECTIVE The main objectives of jitm skills are:  To promote, support and sustain entrepreneurship and

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MAIN ACTIVITY OF JITM SKILLS

Jahanvi JITM SKILLS involved in following activities:

Skill training

Institutional development

Socio-economic development

Minority development

Entrepreneurship development and research & marketing analysis.

Expertise in conducting skill training programmes

JITM SKILLS provide large scale , high quality and innovative

skill training through well structured set up and training manual. JITM SKILLS help students in employment and self employment

through our training, industries get trained and skilled manpower. JITM SKILLS works to empower the youth to create wealth for themselves and for the nation.

MAIN ACTIVITY OF JITM SKILLS Jahanvi – JITM SKILLS involved in following activities:  Skill training

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Tie Up With Following Government , Academics Organization For Providing Skill Training

Jahanvi (Regd.)- JITM Skills have tie-ups with the following Government bodies:

Partner Institute NIESBUD, MSME Govt. of India Skill Knowledge provider for CBSE and providing Skill Training at school level at 17 States of India. Empanelled with NIFTEM, Ministry of Food Processing for providing Skill Training on food processing on Pan India basis. Empanelled with State Urban Development Authority (SUDA, UP) for providing Skill Training in 17 Districts of UP. Providing Skill Training in NCT Delhi to train BPL Candidates on behalf of Samajik Suvidha Sangam Government of Delhi. Empanelled with Jharkhand SJSRY under Urban Development Department, Jharkhand. Empanelled with Ministry of Minority Affairs under scheme “SEEKHO AUR KAMAO”. Providing skill training for UP Skill Development Mission.

Tie Up With Following Government , Academics Organization For Providing Skill Training Jahanvi (Regd.)- JITM Skills

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Details of skill training conducted during last three years

Details of skill training conducted during last three years SKILL TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT AND SELF EMPLOYMENT
Details of skill training conducted during last three years SKILL TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT AND SELF EMPLOYMENT

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Assignment detail of JITM SKILL for last three years

Name of the

Name of the

Year and

No of

Brief Scope

Training programme

Central

duration

trainees

of

along with trades/

/State Govt.

of the

Trained

Work after

sectors in which

organisation

training

getting

training was imparted

for whom Training was conducted

program

Training

Entrepreneurship

-

NIESBUD,

2009-10

4350

Training for

and Skill Training

MSME, Govt. of

India,

Training

skill

program

upgradation

Programme

 

duration-

for

-

Self Financing.

300 hours

employment

  • 1. Building,

-

IIE Guwahati

Construction &

   

and self

Real Estate

employment

  • 2. Web Designing

  • 3. Organized Retail

  • 4. Food Processing

  • 5. Travel and Tourism

  • 6. Education & Health

  • 7. Electrical Gadget Repairing

  • 8. Mobile Repairing

  • 9. Banking

  • 10. Furniture and Fittings

  • 11. Textile, garment making and Fashion Designing

  • 12. Housekeeping and Hospitality

  • 13. Media and Entertainment

  • 14. Automotive Repair

Entrepreneurship

NIESBUD, MSME,

2010-11

5250

Training

for

and Skill Training

Govt. of India,

skill

Training

upgradation

Programme

-

Self Financing.

program

for

-

IIE Guwahati

Assignment detail of JITM SKILL for last three years Name of the Name of the Year

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duration-

 

employment

  • 2. Web Designing

  • 1. Building,

300

hours

and

self

Construction &

 

employment

Real Estate

  • 3. Organized Retail

  • 4. Food Processing

  • 5. Travel and Tourism

  • 6. Education & Health

  • 7. Electrical Gadget Repairing

  • 8. Mobile Repairing

  • 9. Banking

  • 10. Furniture and Fittings

  • 11. Textile, garment making and Fashion Designing

  • 12. Housekeeping and Hospitality

  • 13. Media and Entertainment

  • 14. Automotive Repair

Entrepreneurship

NIESBUD, MSME,

2011-12

7200

Training

for

and Skill Training

Govt. of India,

skill

Training

upgradation

Programme

  • - program

  • - Self Financing. IIE Guwahati

for

duration-

employment

  • 2. Web Designing

  • 1. Building,

300

hours

and

self

Construction &

 

employment

Real Estate

  • 3. Organized Retail

  • 4. Food Processing

  • 5. Travel and Tourism

  • 6. Education & Health

  • 7. Electrical Gadget Repairing

  • 8. Mobile Repairing

  • 9. Banking

duration- employment 2. Web Designing 1. Building, 300 hours and self Construction & employment Real Estate

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10. Furniture and Fittings 11. Textile, garment making and Fashion Designing 12. Housekeeping and Hospitality 13.
10. Furniture and
Fittings
11. Textile, garment
making and
Fashion Designing
12. Housekeeping and
Hospitality
13. Media and
Entertainment
14. Automotive
Repair

Financial Turnover of Jahanvi(Regd.) JITM Skills

Sl no

Year

Turn Over in INR

1

2009-2010

34,35,728

2

2010-2011

60,50,310

3

2011-2012

1,08,62,191

4

Average annual turnover for the last 3 year (INR)

67,82,743

10. Furniture and Fittings 11. Textile, garment making and Fashion Designing 12. Housekeeping and Hospitality 13.

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JITM SKILLS plans for providing several skill training in different district of Jharkhand

s.no

District

Name of course

sectors

 
  • 1 Ranchi

i.

Basic automobile servicing

Automobile sector

  • 2 hazaribagh

of 2 and 3 wheeler

ii.

Basic automobile servicing

iii.

for 4 wheeler Repair and overhauling of 3wheeler and heavy vehicle

 
  • 3 Ramgarh

i.

Banking associate

Banking and

ii.

Banking sales representative

accounting

 
  • 4 Dhanbad

i.

Basic beauty and hair

Beauty culture and

  • 5 bokaro

dressing

hair dressing

ii.

Beauty therapist

iii.

Make up artist

iv.

Hair stylist

 
  • 6 Palamu

i.

Tiler and clader

Building

ii.

Plumber

construction and

iii.

Store keeper

real estate service

iv.

Work supervisior

 
  • 7 Khunti

Electric gadget repair

Maintenance of home appliances

 
  • 8 Giridih

Food processing and preservation

Food and

beverages

 
  • 9 Deoghar

i.

Fashion designing

Textile, garment

ii.

Willow machine operator

and fashion

iii.

Mixing operator

designing

iv.

Assistant fashion sales representative

10

Koderma

i.

Digital camera photography

Media and

ii.

Videography

entertainment

iii.

Mass communication

11

Gumla

i.

Tour salesman

Hospitality,

ii.

Ticket reservation assistant

tourism, travel and

iii.

Driver cum tour guide

trade

iv.

Travel agent

12

East singhbhum

i.

Web designing

Information and

ii.

Web publishing

communication

JITM SKILLS plans for providing several skill training in different district of Jharkhand s.no District Name

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iii.

Linux operating system

technology

13

West singhbhum

i.

Sales person(retail)

Retail services and

ii.

Retail operations

marketing

iii.

Sales persons

General Information of Jahanvi (Regd.) JITM Skills

  • 1. Name of the Organisation

 

JAHANVI (Regd.)-JITM SKILLS

 
  • 2. Nature of the Organisation:

 

Jahanvi

(Regd.)-

JITM

Skills

is

an

 

Educational,

Social

and

Research

organisation. Functions of Jahanvi (Regd.)

include

Skill

Training,

Institutional

Development, Socio- Economic

Development,

Minority

Development,

Business

Incubation,

Entrepreneurship

Development and Research & Marketing Analysis.

  • 3. Incorporated as in year at

 

Incorporated as JAHANVI (REGD.)- JITM Skills in April 1989 at Delhi, as Registered Society Under Societies Registration Act 1860

  • 4. Registered Office Address:

 

Jahanvi (Regd.)-JITM SKILLS, 217, Ram Vihar, Near Karkarduma Metro Station, New Delhi 110092

  • 5. Branch Office Address within the

JITM Skills,

 

State of JHARKHAND (if any):

 

Chunna Bhatta, Kokar, Ranchi- Jharkhand.

  • 6. Name

the

of

Head

of

the

Prof. Yogesh Kumar

 

Organisation:

  • 7. Designation :

 

Director

8.Telephone /Mobile Number:

 

9891676453

 
  • 9. Address of Communication:

 

216 B, Jhilmil, DDA Flat, Delhi-95

 

10. FAX and E-Mail:

 

todayvision@rediffmail.com

 

11. Income

Registration

Tax

No.

AAAAJ8341A

 

(PAN):

 

Service

12.

Tax

Registration

AAAAJ8341ASD001

 

Number:

 
iii. Linux operating system technology 13 West singhbhum i. Sales person(retail) Retail services and ii. Retail

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Brief Description About The Project

SWARNA JAYANTI SHAHARI ROZGAR YOJANA (SJSRY)

INTRODUCTION:

The Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana (SJSRY) shall seek to provide gainful employment to the urban unemployed or underemployed poor through encouraging the setting up of self employment ventures or provision of wage employment. This programme will rely on creation of suitable community structures on the UBSP pattern and delivery of inputs under this programme shall be through the medium of urban local bodies and such community structures. The Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana shall be funded on a 75:25 basis between the Centre and the States.

The Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana shall consist of two special schemes,

namely:-

(i) The Urban Self Employment Programme (USEP) (ii) The Urban Wage Employment Programme (UWEP) SALIENT FEATURES:

The Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana shall rest on a foundation of community empowerment. Rather then relying on the traditional method of top down implementation, this programme shall rely on establishing and promoting community organisations and structures to provide supporting and facilitating mechanism for local development. Towards this end community organisations like Neighbourhood Groups (NHGs), Neighbourhood Committees (NHCs), and Community Development Societies (CDSs) shall be set up in the target areas based on the UBSP pattern (Annexure IV). The CDSs shall be the focal point for the purposes of identification of beneficiaries, preparation of applications, monitoring of recovery, and generally providing whatever other support is necessary to the programme.

The CDSs will also identify viable project suitable for that particular area. These CDSs may also set themselves up as Thrift and Credit societies to encourage community savings, as also other group activities. However, Thrift and Credit Societies may be set up separate from the CDSs as well. These bodies will try to link

Brief Description About The Project SWARNA JAYANTI SHAHARI ROZGAR YOJANA (SJSRY) INTRODUCTION: The Swarna Jayanti Shahari

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local resource generation efforts with wider institutional finance. It is expected that these bodies will be registered under the Societies Registration Act or other appropriate Acts to provide them direct access to funds under various schemes as also a wider finance and credit base. A maximum expenditure at the rate of Rs. 100 per member for the first year, and Rs. 75 per member for each subsequent year will be allowed for activities connected with the CDSs. The CDSs, being a federation of different community based organisations, shall be the nodal agency for this programme. It is expected that they will lay emphasis on providing the entire gamut of social sector inputs to their areas including, but not limited to, health, welfare, education, etc. through establishing convergence between schemes being implemented by different line departments within their jurisdiction.

THE URBAN SELF EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMME (USEP):

This programme will have three distinct parts: -

  • (i) Assistance to individual urban poor beneficiaries for setting up gainful self

employment ventures.

(ii) Assistance to groups of urban poor women for setting up gainful selfemployment ventures. This sub- scheme maybe called" The Scheme for Development of Women and Children in the Urban Areas (DWCUA)".

(iii) Training of beneficiaries, potential beneficiaries and other person associated with the urban employment programme for upgradation and acquisition of vocational and entrepreneurial skills.

COVERAGE

  • (i) The programme will be applicable to all urban towns in India.

(ii) The programme will be implemented on the whole town basis with special emphasis on urban poor clusters.

TARGET GROUPS

  • (i) The programme shall target the urban poor, defined as those leaving below the

urban poverty line, as defined from time to time.

local resource generation efforts with wider institutional finance. It is expected that these bodies will be

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(ii) Special attention will be given to women, persons belonging to Scheduled Castes/ Tribes, disabled person and other such categories as maybe indicated by the Government from time to time. The percentage of women beneficiaries under this programme shall not be less than 30%. SCs and STs must be benefited at least to the extent of the proportion of their strength in the local population. A special provision of 3% shall be reserved for the disabled under this programme.

(iii) Educational Qualification: There will be no minimum educational qualification for beneficiaries under this programme. However, to avoid an overlap with the PMRY scheme, for the self-employment component, this scheme shall not apply to beneficiaries educated beyond the IX standard. As regards the wage employment component, there will be no restrictions of educational qualifications whatsoever. Where the identified activity requires skill, training of an appropriate level, as may be necessary, will be provided to the beneficiaries before extending financial support.

(iv) A house-to-house survey for identification of genuine beneficiaries will be done. Non-economic parameters will also be applied to identify the urban poor in addition to the economic criteria of the urban poverty line. (Detailed Guidelines are given in Annexure I). Community structure like the CDSs will be involved in this task under the guidance of the Town Urban Poverty Eradication Cell/ Urban Local Body.

Lists of beneficiaries finalised will be displayed at the Urban Local Body Office as also in the concerned local areas. For ease of operation, if desired, the house-to-house survey and beneficiary identification can be got done by the State nodal agency through any identified body at the ULB/community level specially empowered in this behalf.

All other conditions being equal, women beneficiaries belonging to womenheaded households shall be ranked higher in priority than other beneficiaries. For purposes of this section, women headed households shall mean households, which are headed by widows, divorcees, single women, or even households where women are the sole earners.

(ii) Special attention will be given to women, persons belonging to Scheduled Castes/ Tribes, disabled person

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COMPONENTS (i) Self-employment through setting up Micro-enterprises and skill development:

This programme encourages under-employed and unemployed urban youth to set up small enterprises relating to servicing, petty business and manufacturing, for which there is a lot of potential in urban areas. Local skills and local crafts are encouraged for this purpose. Each town has to develop a compendium of such projects/activities keeping in view cost, marketability, economic viability etc. To avoid duplication with the ongoing Prime Minister's Rozgar Yojana (PMRY), this component of SJSRY is confined to below poverty line beneficiaries who have got education upto ninth standard with emphasis on those given a higher priority on the basis of the non- economic criteria. The maximum unit cost will be Rs. 50,000 and the maximum allowable subsidy will be 15% of the project cost, subject to a limit of Rs. 7,500. The beneficiary is required to contribute 5% of the project cost as margin money. Annexure II may be seen for operational details.

In case a number of beneficiaries, either male or a mixed group consisting of males and females, decide to jointly set up a project shall be eligible for a subsidy which will be equal to

the total permitted subsidy per person as per the above criteria. In this case too the provision relating to 5% margin money per beneficiary will apply. The over all project cost, which can be permitted, will be the simple sum of the individual project cost allowable per beneficiary. Skill development through appropriate training is another element of this programme. It is intended to provide training to the urban poor in a variety of service and manufacturing trades as well as in local skills and local crafts so that they can set up self employment ventures or secure salaried employment with enhanced remuneration. Training should also be imparted in vital components of the service sector like the construction trade and allied services like carpentry and plumbing and also in manufacturing low cost building materials based on improved local technology. Services of the Building Centres sponsored by the HUDCO/BMTPC within the states may be utilised for this purpose, as per the local requirements.

Training institutions such as it is/Polytechnics/Shramik Vidyspeeths, Engineering Colleges and other suitable training institutions run by Government, private, or voluntary organisation may be utilised and provided appropriate support for this

COMPONENTS (i) Self-employment through setting up Micro-enterprises and skill development: This programme encourages under-employed and unemployed

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purpose. In addition, the Building Centres existing within the states may also be utilised. The unit cost allowed for training will be Rs. 2000 per trainee, including material cost, trainers' fees, other miscellaneous expenses to be incurred by the training institution and the monthly stipend, to be paid to the trainee. The total training period for skill upgradation may vary from two to six months, subject to a minimum of 300 hours. (For operational details please see Annexure III).

Infrastructural support may also be provided to beneficiaries setting up microenterprises in relation to marketing of their products etc. This can be accomplished by providing selling places for the poor in the form of kiosks and rehri markets, setting up of "Nagar Palika Seva Kendras" for construction and other services, (like those provided by carpenters, plumbers, electricians, TV/radio/refrigerator mechanics who will be available to city residents on call), and through provisions of weekend markets/evening markets in municipal grounds or on road sides on the one hand and technical assistance in relation to market surveys/trends, joint brand names/designs and advertising on the other hand. It is also proposed that a Service Centre should be set up at the CDS level for those who have undergone skill upgradation training. Appropriate space should be provided to trained persons who can be asked to enrol themselves with the Service Centre so that they could be sent to attend day-to-day skilled tasks on call from citizen against appropriate payment fixed by the Community Development Society (CDS). Appropriate publicity may be done within the town regarding the facilities available under the Service Centre. (Operational details in regard to training and infrastructural support are at Annexure III).

Tool kits may also be provided to trainees who complete the training satisfactorily. The cost of tool kit should not exceed Rs. 600. In case the cost exceeds Rs. 600 there is no objection to the excess amount being met from funds other than this programme funds or even as beneficiary's contribution.

(ii) Development of Women and Children in Urban Areas (DWCUA) : This scheme is distinguished by the special incentive extended to urban poor women who decide to set up self employment ventures in a group as opposed to individual effort. Groups of urban poor women shall take up an economic activity suited to their skill, training, aptitude, and local conditions. Besides generation of income, this group

purpose. In addition, the Building Centres existing within the states may also be utilised. The unit

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strategy shall strive to empower the urban poor women by making them independent as also providing a facilitating atmosphere for self-employment.

To be eligible for subsidy under this scheme, the DWCUA group should consist of at least 10 urban poor women. Before starting income generating activity the group members must get to know each other well, understand the group strategy, and also recognise the strength and

the potential of each member of the group. The group shall select an organiser from amongst the members. The group will also select its own activity. Care should be exercised in the selection of activity because the future of the group will rest wholly on an appropriate selection. As far as possible activities should be selected out of an identified shelf of projects for the area maintained by the Town Urban Poverty Eradication Cell. In addition, every effort will be made to encourage the group to set itself up as a Thrift and Credit society.

FINANCIAL PATTERN

The DWCUA group society shall be entitled to a subsidy of Rs. 1,25,000 or 50% of the cost of project whichever is less. Where the DWCUA group sets itself up as a Thrift and Credit society, in addition to its other entrepreneurial activity, the group/Thrift and Credit society shall also be entitled to a lump sum grant of Rs. 25,000 as revolving fund at the rate of Rs.1000 maximum per member. This revolving fund shall be available to a simple Thrift and Credit society also even if the society is not engaged in any project activity under DWCUA. This revolving fund is meant for the use of the group/society for purposes like :-

(i) purchases of raw materials and marketing; (ii) Infrastructure support for income generation and other group activities;

(iii) Onetime expense on child care activity. Recurring expenses like salary for staff etc. will not be payable;

(iv) Expenses not exceeding Rs. 500 to meet travel costs of group members for visit to banks etc.

(v) Where an individual member of a Thrift and Credit society saves at least Rs. 500 in a fixed deposit for 12 months with the society, she will be entitled to a subsidy of

strategy shall strive to empower the urban poor women by making them independent as also providing

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Rs. 30 to be paid on her behalf towards a health/life/accident/any other insurance scheme for herself. Moreover, in cases where the member saves at least Rs. 750 in a fixed deposit in 12 months, she will be entitled to a subsidy of Rs. 60. At the rate of Rs. 30 for the member herself and either Rs. 30 for husband towards health/life/accident/any other insurance or Rs. 30 for any minor girl child in her family for health/accident/ insurance. This expense may also be debited to the revolving fund; and

(vi) Any other expense allowed by the State as being necessary in the group or society's interest. A DWCUA group/Thrift and Credit society shall be entitled for payment of revolving fund not earlier than one year after its formation. In other words, only such a body in existence and functioning for at least one year shall be eligible for payment of the revolving fund. The decision whether a group has been in existence and functioning for more than one year shall be taken on the basis of examination of the record of the group as regards the number of meetings held, the collections made from members towards group savings, the regularity of collection, the role of the group in capacity building or training of its members etc.

INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT.

Special assistance may be provided for setting up of community seva kendras which could be used for multifarious activities such as work places/marketing centres etc. for beneficiaries under this programme. These seva kendras should be administered on a day to day basis by the local CDS. Land for such seva kendras shall have to be provided free of cost either by the local body or nay other agency, The construction of the seva kendras shall follow the norms laid down under the scheme of urban wage employment. However, not more than 10% of the total allocation under the self employment can be spent on creation of infrastructure.

TRAINING.

States may utilise an amount upto a maximum of 5% of their total allocation for training and capacity building of the personnel involved with the implementation of this programme whether State Government employees, ULB employees, CDS workers or any other involved parties. In all cases the training schedules and programmes drawn up by the State shall be integrated with the national training plan

Rs. 30 to be paid on her behalf towards a health/life/accident/any other insurance scheme for herself.

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drawn up by the Department of UEPA. Care shall be taken to ensure that the latest information is presented during training.

States shall be responsible for translating training material provided by the Government of India or its recognised institutions into vernacular so that it can be used effectively. States may also consider developing in house training capabilities within SUDAs and DUDAs by imparting adequate training to and skill development of officials attached with these institutions to enable them to work as trainers. Besides reducing reliance upon outside agencies, and imparting a field flavour to the training, thereby making it more relevant and responsive towards the situation on the ground, this will enable a much wider spread to be achieved in training programmes than would be possible if only one identified institution was involved with the training, as was the case earlier.

INFORMATION, EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION COMPONENT.

States may utilise upto 2% of their allocation for activities under the IEC component. Once again, care shall be taken by the State to ensure that full use is made of the material made available by the Department of UEPA and the recognised national institutions in this regard.

ADMINISTRATION AND OFFICE EXPENSES:

States shall seek to minimise unproductive expenditure. In any case, not more than 5% of the total allocated funds to the state can be utilised for A&OE purposes. A&OE expenses of ULBs and other structures down the line shall be met from the 5% allowed for this purpose out of the funds placed at their disposal. Any expenditure incurred over and above this limit shall be met out of local resources. A further sum, not exceeding 3% of the allocated amount at the ULB level can be used for strengthening the ULB structure, subject to the proviso that the said ULB should have set up the UPE cell.

THE URBAN WAGE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMME (UWEP).

This programme shall seek to provide wage employment to beneficiaries living below the poverty line within the jurisdiction of urban local bodies by utilising their labour for construction of socially and economically useful public assets. This programme shall apply to urban local bodies, the population of which was less than 5 lakhs as per

drawn up by the Department of UEPA. Care shall be taken to ensure that the latest

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the 1991 Census. The material labour ratio for works under this programme shall maintained at 60:40. The prevailing minimum wage rate, as notified from time to time for each area, shall be paid to beneficiaries under this programme.

This programme shall be dove tailed with the State sector EIUS scheme as well as the NSDP. This programme is not designed to either replace or substitute the EIUS, the NSDP, or any other State sector schemes.

METHOD OF IMPLEMENTATION:

Community Development Societies (CDSs) shall survey and draw up a list of available basic minimum services in their areas. Missing basic minimum services shall be first identified. Other requirements of physical infrastructure shall be listed thereafter. The term "basic minimum services" above shall carry the same connotation as is carried under the scheme of EIUS. The CDS shall prioritise the above services into two lists "A" and "B". This prioritisation shall be final and not subject to change and modification by any other agency, List A will be the order of priority for the missing minimum services List B shall be the order of priority for other required infrastructure. These lists along with the remarks of the CDS with respect to where such services should be located etc. shall be forwarded to the Town Poverty Eradication Cell at the beginning of the year.

The Town Poverty Eradication Cell shall separately consolidate both lists for the entire town and get detailed technical estimates prepared for the same. Such detailed estimates should be drawn up first for the missing basic minimum services and thereafter for list "B". While drawing up the estimates the total funds availability to the town should be kept in view.

States shall delegate the power to issue administrative sanctions either to the ULB or to the respective DUDA.

In case the ULB is so empowered it will examine the CDSs recommendations and take a final decision on merits. In case the DUDA is so empowered, the ULB will forward the CDSs recommendations along with their own recommendations and technical sanctions to the DUDA for necessary action. The DUDA shall examine the proposals received on merits, subject to the proviso that proposals relating to basic minimum services shall be given priority over proposals for other infrastructure.

the 1991 Census. The material labour ratio for works under this programme shall maintained at 60:40.

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Administrative sanction for works will be issued by the DUD. Normally, Administrative sanctions should not be issued for an amount greater than 200% of the available funds.

Works are to be executed through CDSs, under the general control and supervision of the ULBs, as far as possible. ULBs are expected to maintain a close watch over the quality of construction. Work must be done departmentally and detailed guidelines as regards maintenance of muster rolls etc. will be issued in this regard by the concerned State Governments. To the extent possible, even the material component of the work should be done departmentally. Where departmental work is not possible, due to the specialised nature of the work involved, such material component of the work may be got done through agencies by following the proper tendering/Government procedure. In all cases it must be ensured that works undertaken under this programme are brought to a safe state and no work is left incomplete of pending half way. In case of cost escalation, or expansion in the nature of the work, or increase in the project estimate for any other reason whatsoever, and if additional funds are not available under this programme, it shall be the basic responsibility of the sanctioning authority/implementing authority i.e. DUDA/ULB to ensure completion of such works by bringing in additional resources from other programmes, if so required.

PROJECT ADMINISTRATION.

At the community level a Community Organiser shall be appointed for about 2000 identified families. Such Community Organiser should, as far as possible, be a woman. She should be a full time functionary either recruited, or taken on deputation from some Government department, or from the ULB, or employed on a contract basis. The Community Organiser's responsibility will include:

(i) Facilitating and promoting voluntarism and organising community structures/groups; (ii) Guiding and assisting the community in need assessment and formulating plans; (iii) Working with the community to implement and monitor the programme;

Administrative sanction for works will be issued by the DUD. Normally, Administrative sanctions should not be

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(iv) Liaise with the sectoral departments to establish initial contacts with the community;

  • (v) Facilitating community skill enhancement through interactive experiences;

(vi) Identification of suitable beneficiaries for self employment ventures from her area, preparation of the applications for finance after approval of the beneficiaries name by the CDS, and subsequent follow up with the ULBs/Banks/Administration until final disposal of the application.

(vii) Regular follow up with the financed beneficiaries to monitor the progress of the self employment venture as also timely repayment of loans etc.

(viii) Any other function as may be assigned to her for furtherance of the target of alleviating urban poverty.

At the town level, there shall be an Urban Poverty Eradication Cell under the charge of a Project Officer. The Project Officer shall be responsible for coordinating the activities of all the CDSs and Cos. This Cell shall be responsible for ensuring convergence between the activiti4s of the societies and the ULB. It shall promote linkage and uniformity of purpose with all sectoral departments and schemes. The UPE cell will first identify urban poor clusters and areas for setting up of community structures. The other functions of the UPE Cell/Project Officer would include:

  • (i) Guide and monitor the work of CDSs'

(ii) Prepare city convergence plans based on the community plans and sectoral programmes at District and Municipal levels;

(iii) Promote integrated and coordinated implementation of the UPE convergence plan;

(iv) Promote linkages of the community structures with the ULB structures under the 74th Constitution Amendment Act;

  • (v) Mobilise the human and financial resources at the city level;

(vi) Review and approve community action plans; and (vii) Monitor programme activities at the city level (MIS)

(iv) Liaise with the sectoral departments to establish initial contacts with the community; (v) Facilitating community

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At the District level, the State government shall constitute a District Urban Development Agency (DUDA) with an officer designated as the District Project Officer. This Project Officer will work under the over al guidance of the District Collector but shall be personally responsible for ensuring effective implementation of urban poverty alleviation initiatives in all urban areas falling within the district. The DUDA shall be registered under the Societies Registration Act or any other appropriate Act. The DUDA shall be provided with necessary support structure by the State. The functions of the District Project Officer shall include:

(i) develop a policy for urban poverty alleviation at the district level; (ii) Promote and facilitate convergence with the sectoral departments at district/city/town levels; (iii) Promote information nd experience exchange within the district; and (iv) Monitor city convergence plans and implementation at the district level.

At the State level, there shall be a State Urban Development Authority, which will be headed by a full time senior officer of the State government. The SUDA shall be designated as the State Nodal Agency for urban anti poverty programmes. The SUDA shall monitor the programme, give suitable policy directions, and facilitate convergence at the State level. The SUDA shall be registered under the Societies Registration Act and/or any other appropriate act. The functions of the SUDA shall include:

(i) Develop the state urban poverty programme and policy within the overall state urban strategy;

(ii) Provide technical support to districts/towns to achieve convergence targets and participatory systems; (iii) Monitor and assess the programme (MIS) (iv) Plan, coordinate inter-city/town visits; (v) Plan, coordinate and monitor the State Training Plan; (vi) Mobilise resources and determine allocations based on the need and performance;

At the District level, the State government shall constitute a District Urban Development Agency (DUDA) with

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(vii) Guide and supervise the programme implementation through visits to the projects; and

(viii) Report the programme status monthly, or as per the requirements from time to tie, to the Department of UEPA.

The State Government may prescribe guidelines for the implementation of the programmes in the State based on these guidelines. However, care should be taken to ensure that SUDA plays only a facilitating role to promote initiative and flexibility in an overall participatory development process. At the National level, the Department of Urban Employment and Poverty Alleviation shall be the nodal department. The programme shall be monitored and overseen by the UPA Division. A high level monitoring committee headed by Secretary *UEPA) with representatives from different sectoral departments engaged in social sector schemes aimed at the urban poor, as well as interested parties like the RBI, State Government representatives etc., shall monitor the programme on a half-yearly basis

(vii) Guide and supervise the programme implementation through visits to the projects; and (viii) Report the

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INTRODUCTION The Working Group on “Empowerment of Minorities” for 12th Five Year Plan, Ministry of Minority

INTRODUCTION

The Working Group on “Empowerment of Minorities” for 12th Five Year Plan, Ministry of Minority Affairs proposes “Seekho aur Kamao (Learn and Earn)”, a new 100% Central Sector Scheme for “Skill Development of Minorities” to be Implemented from the financial year 2013-14 onwards.

OBJECTIVES

To bring down unemployment rate of minorities during 12th Plan period.

To conserve and update traditional skills of minorities and establish

their linkages with market. To improve employability of existing workers, school dropouts etc. and

ensure their placement. To generate means of better livelihood for marginalized minorities and

bring them in the mainstream. To enable minorities to avail opportunities in the growing market.

To develop potential human resource for the country.

SCOPE OF THE SCHEME

The scheme will aim at upgrading the skills of the minority youths in various modern/traditional vocations depending upon their educational qualification, present economic trends and the market potential, which can earn them a suitable employment or make them suitably skilled to go for self employment.

Ministry of Minority Affairs will take up skill development programme for Modular Employable Skills (MES) which are approved by National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT). The MES courses approved by

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NCVT include majority of traditional skills being practiced by the minority communities e.g. Embroidery, Chikankari, Zardosi, Patch work,Gem and Jewelry, Weaving, Wooden works, Leather goods, Brass metal works, Glass wares, Carpet etc. Moreover, other courses approved by NCVT may also be taken up in a particular State or region depending on the demand and local market potential. This would help, on one hand to conserve the traditional arts and crafts practiced by minorities and on the other hand empower the minority communities to face the market challenges and avail opportunities.

ELIGIBILITY

The scheme will be implemented following Project Implementing Agencies (PIAs) through:

  • a) Societies of the State Governments/UT Administrations registered

under Societies Registration Act. The Societies may be constituted at State/UT level or District level depending upon the size of the State/UT. The Societies will be responsible for identification of the employment potential in their respective State/UT and the training institution, sponsoring minority candidates, monitoring their training and their placement.

  • b) Any private recognized/registered professional institution of repute

conducting such skill development courses for at least last three

years with established market linkages and placement record.

  • c) Any industry or an association of industries like ASSOCHAM, CII,

FICCI etc.who are willing to run such skill up-gradation training

centres as per financial norms of the scheme with a proper plan of placements.

  • d) Any institution of Central/State Governments including Public Sector

Undertakings and Training institutes of Central/ State Governments including Panchayati Raj Training institutions.

  • e) Civil Societies (CS)/Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) which

fulfill the following requirements:

(i). Any registered CS/NGO engaged in conduct and promotion of social welfare of communities, particularly minorities. (ii). The organization should have been registered for at least last three years. (iii). Experience of at least three years in the field of skill

NCVT include majority of traditional skills being practiced by the minority communities e.g. Embroidery, Chikankari, Zardosi,

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upgradation programmes.

(iv). Financial viability of the organization and ability to continue the work for limited periods in absence of assistance from the Ministry. (v). Good reputation and credentials. (vi). Capacity to mobilize minority community, particularly minority women. (vii). Networking with other institutions for optimum utilization of resources allocated and assets created. f) Black listed or debarred organizations by any Central/State Ministry/Department will not be eligible.

Eligible Trainees/beneficiaries

  • a. The trainee should belong to minority community.

  • b. The trainee should be between 14-35 years of age.

  • c. The minimum qualification of trainee should be at least Class V.

  • d. In case reserved categories as prescribed under this scheme remain vacant, these vacant seats may be treated as unreserved.

COMPONENTS OF THE SCHEME

The scheme will be implemented for the benefit of the 5 (five) notified

minority communities under National Commission for Minorities Act 1992 (viz. Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists and Parsis). However, in the States/UTs where some other minority communities notified by respective State/UT Governments exist, they may also be considered for the programme but they will not occupy more than 5% of the total seats.

The scheme can be taken up anywhere in the country but preference

will be given to organizations which aim at developing traditional skills of minorities with ensured market linkages and propose the programme for identified minority concentration districts / blocks /towns/ cluster of villages and the North-Eastern region. Under the scheme, priority will also be given to promote the traditional skills including arts and crafts practiced by minority communities and establish their linkages with the national and global market. However, the training for various modern trades having employment potential in the region shall also be encouraged.

upgradation programmes. (iv). Financial viability of the organization and ability to continue the work for limited

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It will be imperative on the part of the implementing organization to

mechanisms in conjunction with Industry for “Job fairs” and “Job

assess the employment potential in a particular area in advance depending on the educational qualification of the target population, present economic trend and market potential before proposing the trades. The Project Implementation Agency (PIA) may consider activation of

counseling” in order to spread awareness, create choice and ensure that the poor and vulnerable are adequately catered to in the skilling process.

The implementing organizations will be required to establish linkages

with institutions recognized by NCVT which can provide a Certificate/Diploma to the candidates for the trades in which they have been trained. The module of the training should be approved by NCVT/ DG (ET) / National Skill Development Corporation. The implementing organization shall also establish linkages with

placement services, and for the candidates interested in self employment after availing the training, the organization shall arrange easy micro finance/loans for them through financial institutions, National Minority Development Finance Corporation (NMDFC), banks, etc. Minimum 33% seats will be reserved for minority girl/ women

candidates. Priority will be given to organizations who would guarantee 75%

overall placement percentage and out of that at least 50% placement should be in organized sector. The scheme would have two components:

(a) Placement linked skills training program for Modern Trades. (b) Skills Training Program for Traditional Trades/Crafts/Art Forms.

Placement linked Skills Training Programme for Modern trades:

(i) The training programmes are to be of minimum 3 months duration. (ii) The training programme must include soft skills training, basic IT training and basic English training. (iii) The focus of this programme is that the training should result in gainful and sustainable employment for the youth. (iv) Each participant will undergo a training based on his/her

 It will be imperative on the part of the implementing organization to mechanisms in conjunction

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aptitude and capability to be selected from the options of Sector specific Vocational Skills Program available under this Programme.

  • (v) The skills training must focus on industry readiness and must be

compliant with MES guidelines. (vi) The skills training for modern skills must result in minimum of 75% placement and out of that at least 50% placement should be in organized sector.

PATTERN OF FUNDING

  • (a) This is a 100% Central Sector Scheme and will be implemented by the Ministry directly through empanelled eligible organizations.

  • (b) Full cost of the approved projects as per prescribed financial norms would be borne by the Ministry.

  • (c) An incentive amount of 5% of the project cost will be payable to

PIA‟s who successfully complete the project in time with all

conditions met including placements.

  • (d) The cost norms for various components of the placement linked skills training programme per beneficiary are as per the table below and cost breakup must separately cover all the components given below:

aptitude and capability to be selected from the options of Sector specific Vocational Skills Program available

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In addition to above, following costs will also be admissible: (i). Boarding/Lodging of outstation beneficiary (for

In addition to above, following costs will also be admissible:

(i).

Boarding/Lodging of outstation beneficiary (for whom the

(ii).

organization arranges the residential facility) for three months @ Rs.1500 per month for 3 (three) months. The beneficiary will also be entitled for monthly stipend @ Rs.750 p.m. Monthly stipend for local Non-residential trainees would be

Rs.1500 per month.

  • (e) The cost norms for various components of the skills

training programme for traditional trades are as below:

Cost to Organization will be given @ Rs. 10000/- per trainee per month for Non-residential program and Rs. 13000/- per trainee per month for Residential program which includes as follows: (the organization/institutes will submit

In addition to above, following costs will also be admissible: (i). Boarding/Lodging of outstation beneficiary (for

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calculations on the basis of duration of program (includes SHG formation, training, fund raising, establishing backward and forward linkages and hiring of management team in months)

(i)

Boarding/Lodging of outstation beneficiary (for

(ii)

whom the organization arranges the residential facility) for three months @ Rs.1500 per month. The beneficiary will also be entitled for monthly Stipend @ Rs.750 p.m. Monthly stipend for local Non-residential trainees

(iii)

Would be Rs.1500 per month. Rs. 2000/- per trainee for procurement of raw

(iv)

Material etc. as a onetime cost. Monthly remuneration to faculty/supporting staff etc.

(v)

Other Training Costs.

(vi)

Testing and certification fees.

calculations on the basis of duration of program (includes SHG formation, training, fund raising, establishing backward

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WORK DONE

Under project SJSRY I was assigned as a coordinator in mango, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. There I was handling management detail of this are as follow:

  • 1. Maintaining discipline in training centre,

  • 2. Preparing batch timing for students and monitoring that classes are running as per schedule,

  • 3. Maintaining proper record of students,

  • 4. Maintaining proper record of teachers,

  • 5. Ensuring that attendance register of students and teaches and staffs are properly maintained,

  • 6. Helping teachers and staff in smooth running of programmes in centre,

  • 7. Making call to students who left the course and meet with them to know the reason and try to solve them and make them ready to join the course again,

  • 8. Issuing of I-card and signing as head authority on the I-card,

  • 9. Interacted with students in their class to know any fault and knowing their feedback,

10. Giving lecture to the students on personality development and how to prepare themselves for interview.

WORK DONE  Under project SJSRY I was assigned as a coordinator in mango, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand.

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Under project “SEEKHO AUR KAMAO” I worked as a coordinator in Ranchi,

Jharkhand. Here also I had to manage management and details of which are as follows:

  • 1. In Ranchi first we had to tie-up centers for running of our programmes and finally we had opened 6centers where 4 courses were running,

  • 2. In Ranchi I had to work with Mr. Bharat Bhushan, local member and state coordinator of JAHANVI-JITM SKILLS,

  • 3. Helps in mobilization with my team member Mr. Jaspreet singh and Mr. Dinesh and making minority students lure in joining course which was free of cost,

  • 4. After finalization of centers I had to recruit teachers who can teach students and they must be expertise in their fields,

  • 5. With help of Ms. Sakshi, HR of JAHANVI-JITM SKILLS, I had prepared a list of candidates and line-up with them for interview,

  • 6. I had set up interview panel of Manav Chauhan country head of JAHANVI- JITM SKILL, Mr. Bharat Bhushan state coordinator and conducted interview of selected candidates,

  • 7. After finalization of teachers now I with my team worked on setting of centers by providing infrastructures like chairs, tables, sewing machines, computers, white board, notice board, electrical gadget, fashion designing material, printers, markers, duster etc,

  • 8. Now I had prepared final list of students who are eligible for course as per guidelines of Ministry of Minority Affairs,

  • 9. After that I along with my team prepared batch and fixed timings suitable for students and teachers both,

10. After finalization of above all I along with my team inaugurated selected centers one by one,

 Under project “SEEKHO AUR KAMAO” I worked as a coordinator in Ranchi, Jharkhand. Here also

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11. Now likewise here also I was authorized to issue I-cards to students, 12. After that distributing syllabus to teachers about what to teach students, 13. Now after successful opening of centers I had to monitor weather every thing was going as per plan and classes where running smoothly, 14. Likewise here also I had taken substitute lectures because of absence of teachers and give lectures on personality development and how to prepare themselves for interview.

11. Now likewise here also I was authorized to issue I-cards to students, 12. After that

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FINDINGS

After working on two projects and working with different team member I had find these things:

  • 1. While working in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand under SJSRY project I found that management was not proper as centre coordinator of that center Mrs. Farzana was biased about her own staff,

  • 2. There was delay in supplying raw materials to students which was required to them for studying,

  • 3. While working in Ranchi, Jharkhand under project “SEEKHO AUR KAMAO” some centers which was selected for running of course was too far for students which was creating problem for them specially for girl students,

  • 4. Sewing machine which was purchased by our company was second hand and was not in very good condition,

  • 5. Our company was delay in making payments to suppliers of chairs, and sewing machines,

  • 6. Teachers who were selected for teaching were transferred from Delhi, and were not familiar with environment which was difficult for them in adjusting there,

  • 7. There was confusion in receiving commands and following them as there were two superior who were ordering us.

FINDINGS After working on two projects and working with different team member I had find these

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SUGGESTION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

After these findings I would like to recommend my company JAHANVI-JITM SKILLS some points and hope that these points will help in smooth working in future:

  • 1. Center coordinator should must be own employee of JAHANVI-JITM SKILLS so that there should not be any biasness among staffs,

  • 2. Raw materials required by students must be supplied to them timely so that students doesn’t get problem in proper learning,

  • 3. Center must be kept in area which are nearby to students and specially for girls because in minority religion girls were not allowed to travel to far,

  • 4. Machines and other material to be used in teaching of students should must be in good condition preferably newly purchased, so that students can easily work on them,

  • 5. Payments to suppliers and faculty should must be given on time to avoid delay in working,

  • 6. Teachers must be form same state or district where programme is running because local teacher is very much familiar with environment and condition and can easily understand mentality of students that what students want and form which level they have to teach them,

  • 7. There must be only one superior form whom we should receive order to avoid confusions.

SUGGESTION AND RECOMMENDATIONS After these findings I would like to recommend my company JAHANVI-JITM SKILLS some

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ANNEXURE

Annexure 1 Batch timing of programme in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand

ANNEXURE Annexure 1 Batch timing of programme in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand SKILL TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT AND SELF
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Annexure 2 FACULTY NAME WITH THEIR BATCH TIMINGS

Annexure 2 FACULTY NAME WITH THEIR BATCH TIMINGS SKILL TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT AND SELF EMPLOYMENT GENERATION
Annexure 2 FACULTY NAME WITH THEIR BATCH TIMINGS SKILL TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT AND SELF EMPLOYMENT GENERATION

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Annexure 3 List Of Faculty With Their Centre Address In Ranchi, Jharkhand

NAME OF

CONTACT NO.

SUBJECT

CENTRE

FACULTY

ADDRESS

DILIP KUMAR

08860370113

FASHION

4 TH FLOOR,

DESIGNING(TAILORING)

UNIHEIGHT BUILDING, KANTATOLI, RANCHI

GAUTAM

09911251970

FASHION

ABOVE BANK OF

PRAKASH

DESIGNING(TAILORING)

INDIA, GETALSUD, ANGARA, RANCHI

RAJ KUMAR

09798242182

COMPUTER BASIC & DTP

JASPURIA B.ED COLLEGE, GETALSUD, ANGARA, RANCHI

UTTAM

09899373502

ELECTRONICS

2 ND FLOOR, GAJSAGAR MARKET, SAMSUNG PLAZA, KOKAR, RANCHI

PRABHASH

09986879140

COMPUTER BASIC &

W- ZONE

CHOUDHRY

DTP

CHRISTAIN SCHOOL, NAGRI, RANCHI

BHARAT

09835376044

COMPUTER BASIC &

RAMANUJAM

BHUSAN

TALLY

INSTITUTE, KOKAR CHOWK, RANCHI

Annexure 3 List Of Faculty With Their Centre Address In Ranchi, Jharkhand NAME OF CONTACT NO.

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Annexure 4 Advertisement Published In Local Newspaper Of Ranchi

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Annexure 5

Photographs of centres

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

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WORD OF THANKS

I am always thanks to those people who helped me to establish this report.

Sanjay Tomar ( faculty mentor)

Yogesh Yadav ( promoter of JAHANVI-JITM SKILLS)

Manav Chauhan( industry mentor)

Jaspreet Singh

Dilip kumar

Bunty

Prabhash Choudhary

Gautam Prakash

WORD OF THANKS I am always thanks to those people who helped me to establish this

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