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Skill Development Program for Employability Enhancement

Aim of Training Program


Encourage standardization in the certification process and initiate a process of creating a registry of skills in the form of trained students database. Increase productivity of the existing workforce and align the training and certification to the needs of the country. Provide Monetary Awards for Skill Certification to boost employability and productivity of youth by incentivizing them for skill trainings. Create a National Skill Database in order to identify trained students with the aim of increasing employment opportunities.

Speaker Details
1.Dr. R. KRISHNA
A thorough incisive professional with 34+ years of experience in Industry/Teaching/Training/Academic administration. He has conducted more than 4000 training programs in about 17 years (1991-2008), in 5 different languages, from sub staffs to very senior managers/Directors, in a wide variety of subjects including retail, marketing, management and soft skills. He has Worked as Director PG Studies with Cambridge Institute of Technology, Bangalore, providing academic & administrative leadership for MBA & MCA Courses. Has published several papers in international and national conferences and journals on a wide variety of topics related to Management, Leadership and Marketing.

2. Dr. M. S. Santosh
The Director of the Research Centre & Head of Postgraduate Department of Chemistry, Al-Ameen Arts, Science and Commerce College, Bangalore. After his PhD, he moved to University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA to work as a Postdoctoral Research Associate. Identifying his contributions to the field of Science and Education, he was recognized as one of the Global Shapers by the World Economic Forum in 2012 he was awarded the Department of Science and Technology's Young Scientist Award for his research ideas to minimize diabetes mellitus. He is also a Resource Person to the DST INSPIRE Program sponsored by the Government of India to motivate students to take up Science as their career.

Dr. K. Elangovan
The Country Head, NAFEMS India. After completing M.E. and PhD, he has over 14 years experience in the field of training and development He has conducted various workshops and training programs for students, faculty members and industry personnel on topics ranging from soft skills and personality development to technical fields like rapid prototyping, aero-modelling, small satellite development etc.

Skills status in Tamilnadu/Krishnagiri


The National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) commissioned a District Level Skill Gap Assessment for the state of Tamil Nadu. The study focuses on identifying the district-wise skill gap across industries and skill levels for the period 2012-2022. Tamil Nadu is one of the leading states in terms of demographic dividend, with approximately 66% of the population lying in the working age group.

Summary of Skill Gap in Tamil Nadu

The highest skill gaps are likely to arise in the most rapidly industrializing districts of Kancheepuram, Chennai and Thiruvallur. The largest skill gap is expected to arise at the semi skilled level. There is an excess availability of unskilled human resources in 2012-17. Enrolment trends and primary research suggest that unskilled human resources are more likely to become skilled rather than semi skilled. This will cause the skill gap at the semi skilled level to persist.

Summary of Skill Gap in Tamil Nadu (2012-17)

Summary of Skill Gap in Tamil Nadu (2017-22)

Program Features
1.Retail
Retailing is a global, high-tech industry that plays a major role in the global economy. Activities that adds value to the products and services sold to consumers for their personal, office or family use. Retailers provide employment opportunity for people with expertise in engineering and computer systems for various purposes and also provide opportunities for entrepreneurial activities. The course aims to cover topics including Retailing Strategy Merchandise Management Store Management Business Sustainability

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2.Soft Skills Soft skills is a term often associated with a person's "EQ" (Emotional Intelligence Quotient), the cluster of personality traits, social graces, communication, language, personal habits, friendliness, and optimism that characterize relationships with other people. Soft skills complement hard skills which are the occupational requirements of a job and many other activities

This program aims to create a context of practice that simulates some of the conditions that professionals encounter in their real professional work. Some of the topics covered would be 1. Communication Skills- Communication Skills with Public, Fellow Employees, Supervisors, and Customers Exchange of information by speaking, writing, or using common system of signs or behavior Rapport a sense of mutual understanding and sympathy. 2. Building a professional image

Roles and Responsibilities


TPO Technologies Arrange training infrastructure, teaching aids, student counselling and faculty training to complete the requirement of one month (80-120 hours). Train the trainers (faculty) for further assimilation of skills. Guide the college through the process of setting up BOI/SBI bank accounts for students. Prepare course content for students including textbooks and assessments. Co-ordinate with student body and management and establish the assessment date. Conduct periodic mock tests based on topics covered. Conduct the Final Assessment at the end of the training program. Distribute National level Skill Certificates to all passing students.

College
Collect student data as per specified format along with SSC certificate and Aadhaar card details. Co-ordinate with students and faculty with regards to fees collection and registration. Provide adequate classrooms/auditoriums/labs etc. relevant to the training program.