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Presentation

to NSQC on Setting Up
Hydrocarbon Sector Skill Council

Proposal submi-ed to Na2onal Skills Development Corpora2on of India

Proposal submi-ed by:


Oil Industry Development Board (OIDB) and
Petroleum Federa2on of India (PETROFED) Date: 24thJuly 2014


! Need for Formation

! Promoters

! HSSC Objectives

! Structure of Governing Council of HSSC



! HSSC Plan











! At a GDP growth of almost 7%, the demand for oil and gas, one of the main sources

to meet the required demand for energy in India, is expected to see a very high demand

(Currently 15% of the countrys GDP)

! In early 2013, the Petroleum Ministry unveiled an acJon plan that seeks to make
India energy independent by 2030

! Indias oil and gas sector, however, is facing a major talent shortage that can,

potenJally, aect its ability to operate and grow
! The sector is facing following challenges: 1) High a/ri0on rate, 2) Ageing workforce

3) Inability to a/ract new talent and 4) Unavailability of skilled workforce for both core

and outsourced operaJons
! Industries eort so far has been to overcome the situaJon mostly at individual

employers level

! An holisJc approach therefore needed to address the challenges in an unied
manner through creaJon of Hydrocarbon Sector Skill Council

! Oil Industry Development Board (OIDB) : OIDB is a statutory Board set up under the
Oil Industry Development Act 1974 has been established for development of oil industry

and provides nancial and other support.


! Petroleum Federa0on of India (PETROFED): PETROFED (registered under the SocieJes
RegistraJon Act, 1860) is an industry managed organizaJon working for the development
of the Petroleum industry.

! PETROFED would be the lead agency managing the project for the formaJon of the
Hydrocarbon Sector Skill Council (HSSC). The industry, including service providers to the

hydrocarbon sector, would be acJvely involved in the skills development iniJaJve a_er

the HSSC is registered as a Society.







List of organizaJons Jll now that have provided their support for the HSSC:


! Oil and Natural Gas CorporaJon Ltd (ONGC)

! Oil India Ltd (OIL)

! Cairn India Ltd
! Indian Oil CorporaJon Ltd (IOCL)

! Bharat Petroleum CorporaJon Ltd (BPCL)

! Hindustan Petroleum CorporaJon Ltd (HPCL)
! GAIL India Ltd

! Engineers India Limited (EIL)

! Reliance Industries Ltd
! IOT Infrastructure & Energy Services Ltd

! Rajiv Gandhi InsJtute of Petroleum Technology




! IdenJcaJon of the challenges and opportuniJes within the various business

segments in Hydrocarbons sector.
! IdenJcaJon of skill gaps for training and preparaJon of dierent training models to

suit the industry needs.

! Preparing the roadmap and execuJon of the same for achieving the overall

objecJves of HSSC











The proposed Hydrocarbon Sector Skill Council (HSSC) will be registered as a Society (under
the SocieJes RegistraJon Act, 1860). The proposed structure:




















HSSC Operation Highlights for 10 years:


Category Numbers

Number of occupaJons/ trades for which courses are to be 200


created

Number of trained and cerJed 19, 27, 625

Number of training insJtuJons empanelled 500
Number of trained trainers 1, 250












Financial Cash Clow



! IniJal funding in the form of grant of INR 5 crores would be requested for from NSDC

in the rst 2 years. The detailed working of nancials is shared along with the proposal.

! Besides the iniJal funding from NSDC, INR 1 crore seed money would be collected in
the form of sponsors and support from Industries and its member companies, to meet the
decits for the iniJal few years, Jll the council becomes self-sustained.


! The council would become self-sustained (operaJng basis) from year 3.















Impact
IMPACT SHEET
Item Yr1 Yr2 Yr3 Yr4 Yr5 Yr6 Yr7 Yr8 Yr9 Yr10 Total
Num Num Num Num Num Num Num Num Num Num
Number
of Trades FY 25 75 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
included in Labour Cum 25 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200

Market Intelligence

System

Number of Trades for FY 25 75 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
skill gap
which Cum 25 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200

analysis, OS
framework
and skill
development plan

created

Number of Trades for FY 25 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200
TOT conducted
which Cum 25 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200
No. of training FY 25 50 75 50 50 50 50 50 50 50

organizations Cum 25 75 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 500

certified

Number of Trainers FY 63 125 188 125 125 125 125 125 125 125
Trained Cum 63 188 375 500 625 750 875 1,000 1,125 1,250 1,250

Number
of training FY 350 1,425 4,350 5,800 7,250 8,700 10,150 11,600 13,050 14,500
batches conducted Cum 350 1,775 6,125 11,925 19,175 27,875 38,025 49,625 62,675 77,175 77,175

(Centers X Courses X

batches )
Number of people FY 0.1 0.36 1.08 1.45 1.81 2.17 2.53 2.9 3.26 3.62
certified (In Lakh) Cum 0.1 0.43 1.51 2.96 4.78 6.95 9.48 12.39 15.65 19.27 19.27








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