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Higher & Technical Education Department, Govt.

of Maharashtra, Mumbai

SKILL DEVELOPMENT NEED OF THE HOUR


National Level : Huge school dropouts Young population ( below 30 years) Vocationally trained population % of youth in India by 2022 Skill development is the key Prime Ministers vision
63% upto 10th & 90% upto 12th Std. 54% 5% (developed countries 50-60%) 50% of the world
for youth employability & economic growth.

to train 500 Million people by year 2022.

Initiatives of GOI National Council on skill development Under Chairmanship of Prime Minister Nation Skill Development co-ordination board under the Chairmanship of
Chairman Planning Commission
2

Dy.

National Skill Development Corporation

Government Of Maharashtra in Skill Development Initiatives

 Skill Development Council under the Chairmanship of Hon. Chief Minister.

 Coordination Committee under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary.

SCENARIO- MAHARASHTRA
Total Population Population between 11-20 year. 11Population between 21-35 years. 21Dropout upto 12th Std. Dropout upto 10th Std. Student not seen the school (age 6 to 19) Ratio of Graduation Source - Maharashtra State Development Report by Planning Commission, Govt. of India Approx 100 Million 20 Million 25 Million 0.4 million/year 1.2 million/year 70,70,251 13

STATE ECONOMIC SCENERIO


Economic Superpower of the country. FIRST CHOICE DESTINATION for domestic, foreign investors. last 2 years investment by industries ----- Rs. 18833 Crores approx. Service sector contribution ----- 61 % Industry base contribution 28% of the GSDP. IT Front Runner- provides employment to 30% of the countrys IT professionals, contributes 20% of the total software exports from India. Major opportunities for employment generation in Maharashtra State. 5

Key Sectors contributing to the Maharashtra economy and driving growth Size of Key Sectors 2005-06 to 2011-12 (Rs.Cr)

Pharmaceuticals

52780 22974 58295 28000 67098 15619 68689 29696 70929 30679 72600 32670 118200 51125 134346 38178 137737 59548 0 40000 80000 120000

14%-16% 23% - 25%

Chemicals and Petrochemicals

Employs over 5.5 million workers

Organised Retail

14% -16%

Construction

13% -15%

Auto and Auto Components

14% - 16%

Size of key sector 2011-12

Agro Processing

14% - 16%

Engineering
Size of key sector 2005-06

27% - 30%

Contribute s to over 70% of secondary and tertiary sectors

IT and ITES

12% - 15%

Banking,Financialservices and Insurance

14% - 16%

CII

160000

Incremental Human Resource Requirement till 2012


construction 1916 659 1257 IT and ITES Banking,Financialservices and Insurance Agro Processing 1143 464 1203 764 417 237 480 303 450 292 307 197 164 119 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 440 180 Employment by 2012 Employment by 2006 Pharmaceuticals 679 4402 3064 1338

Organised Retail

Engineering

Total demand all Industries6-6.5 million

117 158

Chemicals and Petrochemicals

110 45 7

Auto and Auto Components

CII

These sectors are driving growth in the key region..


Financial Services Sales and Service Support IT and ITES Trade Related Retail Managerial and Corporate Construction level functions Light Engineering Related

Mumbai

Pune

IT and ITES Auto and Engineering Traditional Manufacturing Financial Services

Retail Construction

Nashik

Agro Processing (Grapes,etc.) Horticulture and Floriculture Services Engineering Small scale auto ancillaries

Retail Financial

CII

These sectors are driving growth in the key region..


Agro based industries and Processing ( oranges,etc.) Metal Works and Manufacturing Construction Packaging Retail Financial Services

Nagpur/ Amravati

Aurangabad

Traditional Manufacturing Pharmaceuticals Traditional handlooms

Brewery Retail Auto

CII

Source : Primary survey and IMaCS analysis

SKILL GAP ANALYSIS On basis of CII Survey report, Skill gap analysis carried out focusing the national target to train 500 million persons by 2022, State target 4.5 Million per year till 2022. Huge gaps in the sectors -- IT, Construction, Fabrication, Garment manufacturing, Automobile, Banking & Accounting, Retail, Production, Electrical, Agriculture.

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STATE SKILL MAPPING : DEMAND & SUPPLY SITUATION FUTURE PROJECTS Power plants, 2189 MW capacity (Thermal) 17499 MW capacity (Nuclear) New SEZ projects Mihan, Nagpur Demand for highly skill manpower ---- 4.5 million/ year semi-skilled manpower ------------- 25 million by 2012 (CII-ICRA study report).

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STATE STRATEGY

To train 5 Crore people by 2022. 4.5 million per year. Utilizing existing facilities. Creating new training facilities. Increased involvement of industry sectors NGOs etc.
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Skill Development Training Program under various department of Govt. as per Govt. of India Initiatives
Department
Agriculture

Scheme Name
1.Training in Agriculture extension 2.Training in use of Agriculture implement 3.Soil conservation training 4.Skill training for farmers.

Target Group

Duration

Person engaged in Agriculture institutions and support services, members of Short term cooperative and courses farmers.

Department
Higher & Technical Education Department

Scheme Name
A. Vocationalisation of Secondary Education B. Certificate MSBVE C. Polytechnics , Institttions for diploma in pharmacy, hotel management , architecture

Target Group
Student having passed 10th class 8th pass onward

Duration 2 years
6 months to 2 years

10th pass

2 years Diploma

D. Community Polytechnic Poorer sections of society in both rural and urban areas Scheme E.Jan Shikshan Sansthan (GOI scheme through Polytechnic)
Disadvantaged groups of adults, Priority is given to adult neoliterates/semi-literates, SC and ST women/girls, slum/ pavement dwellers and working children

3-6 months

Need Based (1-4 weeks)

Department

Scheme Name

Target Group

Duration

Higher & Technical Education Department

F. Apprenticeship Training for student of +2 Vocational Stream

Students passing out of One year +2 Vocational Stream

MKCL

Any Student

3 months

Department
Higher & Technical Education Department A)

Scheme Name

Target Group

Duration
Six months to Three years Six months to 4 years

Craftsmen Training School leavers with Scheme (CTS) (I.T.I.) 8th , 10th and 12th Pass Apprenticeship training Scheme (ATS) School leavers with 8th 10th and 12th pass of

B)

Short Term courses

C)

Advanced Vocational Training Scheme and Industrial Workers/ Hi- tech Training Technicians Scheme (65 centeres) Engineering Polytechnic H.M.C.T. Pharmacy etc. 12th Std. Pass 10th Std. Pass
Degree, P.G. & Diploma

Technical Education

A) B) C) D)

Department
Health & family A. welfare B. C

Scheme Name
Basic Training & Multipurpose health worker (Female & Male) Promotional training of female Health Assistant. Auxiliary nurse midwifery, lady health visitors.
Swarnjayanti gram swarozgar yojana (SGSY)

Target Group
Educated youth with minimum 10th pass Persons working in Health & Family welfare programme

Duration
12-18 months Short term

Rural Development

A)

Vulnerable groups among the rural poor. SC/Sts Masons & others

Short term courses

B)

National Bio-gas scheme

short term

Department
Industry Department A)

Scheme Name
Entrepreneurship Development Programme, Skill development Programme (SDP), Management Development Programme Khadi village industries

Target Group
Workers Educated unemployed youth Entrepreneurs

Duration
Both short term and long term

B)

2 months to 12 Unemployed rural youth, months in-job artisans/ supervisors working in KVI instts, Prosoective entrepreneurs, beneficiaries of different Government. Schemes desirous of undertaking KVI activities.

Textiles

A)

Skilled training for Handicrafts, handlooms etc. Apparel training

workers in textile industry

short term

B)

Workers in Garment industry

short term

Department
Tribal Welfare A)

Scheme Name
Vocational training centres (VTC) in Tribal Areas.

Target Group
Unemployed Tribal youth (Each person is given training in two trades)

Duration
6 months is VTC and 6 months with master craftsmen Short term (2-6 months) subject minimum 300 hours. Short term Short term

Urban Development

A)

Urban self employment programme under Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana Vocational Training UWEP (Urban welfare employment progress )

Urban unemployed or underemployed poor below poverty line

B) C)

Unemployed women Below poverty line

Department

Scheme Name

Target Group

Duration

Women & Child Development

A)

Support to training and employment programme for Women through MAVIM

To provide updated skills and new knowledge to poor and assetless women traditional sectors

Short term courses

B)

Vocational Training in remand homes Training in preservation of fruits and vegetables.

Remand home inmates

Short term courses

C)

Housewives and adolescent girls

Short term

Department

Scheme Name

Target Group

Duration

Minority Development Dept.

A) B) C) A) B) C) D)

Vocational training for minority category. Computer / mobile repair. Training for vehicle driving Vehicle driving Special skill training for S.C. candidates Computer training Garment manufacturing certificate course. (Basic Fashion design)

Students from minority category.

Short term

Social Justice Special assitance

S.C. candidet girls / boys 100 SC candidates 700 SC candidate SC Candidate

NCVT norms 7 months

3 months

14.0 EXISTING STATUS- Higher & Technical Education


14.1) VOCATIONAL TRAINING SCHEME No. Of Institutes
GOVT ITI a) General ITI b) Tribal ITI c) Women ITI d) SCP ITI e) Minority ITI Sub Total 307 88 15 4 2 416 343 7 336 510 88 22 4 2 759 89372 11604 2776 800 448 105000 35000 404 34596 107062 11604 3180 800 448 140000 PRIVATE TOTAL

Intake Capacity
GOVT PRIVATE TOTAL

ATS (Establishments)

952

26541

27493

11567

54425

65992

Total Trainees trained per year -2,05,992

14.2) VOCATIONAL TRAINING


No.Of ITI No.of Seva Society No. of Trained persons

Lokseva Kendra Training On Demand

380 411 No.Of ITIs

2212 ----No. Of Trained Persons

333524 90506 No. Of Voc. Diploma Courses

Started in 2005 For SC/ST/NT Candidates

Artisan To Technocrat

52

10000

20

Started in 2006

Total Trainees Trained per year -90,500

14.3) VOCATIONAL EDUCATION


Sr. No SCHEME
GOVT

No. Of INSTITUTES
PRIVATE TOTAL GOVT

INTAKE CAPACITY
PRIVATE GRANT NON GRANT TOTAL

GRANT

NON GRANT

1 2

PreSSC +2 HSC VOCATIONAL +2 BIFOCAL

156 53

225 924

360 352

741 1329

23580 3240

28020 54720

23580 21960

75180 82620

49

129

1255

1433

8250

11500

135500

155250

CERTIFICATE COURSES

33

------

3221

3254

2580

-------

131910

134490

TOTAL 291 Trainees trained per year

1278

5188

6757

37560 94240 312950 447540

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14.4) MES Present Status in Maharashtra


VTP
Sr. No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 Govt. ITI Govt. Tech. High school Pvt. ITC MCVC/Bifocal colleges Private Institute ( Affiliated to various Govt. Bodies) Industries & Pvt. Organization

Type of VTP

No. of Institute
374 110 194 261 411 50

Total

1400

Status of Training
Year No. of trainees trained Year 41369
97409 27582 * 30000 196360 25

No. of trainee appeared for exam 11076


79751

No. of trainees tested by assessing bodies Passed 5538


63801

Failed 2524
12760

No. of absent trainees 1615


3190

Placement Employment status 754


19140

20082008-09
20092009-10 20102010-11 20112011-12 TOTAL

* candidate under going training under MES per year = 83180

14.5) Technical Education


SANCTIONED INTAKE FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2010-2011
COURSE GOVT Institute ENGINEERING Diploma DEGREE Non AICTE Short Term Courses POST GRADUATE PHARMACY Diploma DEGREE POST GRADUATE MBA / MMS $ M. C. A. H. M. C. T. Diploma DEGREE ARCHITECTURE DEGREE POST GRADUATE Total Intake AUTONOMOUS Institute Intake Institute AIDED Intake UNAIDED Institute Intake TOTAL Institute Intake

42 6 2 2

24275 2110 180 410

0 6 0 4

0 2727 0 1193

17 8 7 3

3685 1611 510 649

329 286 490 59

112042 106740 46390 3101

388 306 499 68

140002 113188 47080 5353

4 4 3 2 2

210 220 82 180 90

0 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 90

20 6 6 13 7

1180 270 238 930 390

171 136 64 347 116

10212 8680 2213 33489 7813

195 146 73 362 127 16 10 44 12 2246

11602 9170 2533 34599 8383 1000 530 2107 460

2 0 0 0 69

120 0 0 0 27877

0 0 0 0 12

0 0 0 0 4010

0 1 3 0 91

0 40 207 0 9710

14 9 41 12 2074

880 490 1900 460 334410

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376007

15) Total Existing Training Status per year


14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 14.5 EXISTING STATUS : VOCATIONAL TRAINING (I. T.I.+ A.T.S.) EXISTING STATUS : VOCATIONAL TRAINING : TRIANING ON DEMAND EXISTING STATUS : VOCATIONAL EDUCATION MES Present Status in Maharashtra Technical Education 2,05,992 90,500 4,47,540 83,180 3,76,007

Total TRAINING STATUS PER 12,03,219 YEAR

ACTION PLAN
16.1) Expansion through Higher & Tech Education Department

I.T.I.s
 Started second & Third shift in all Govt.ITIs & corporation areas,  Increase in intake capacity , 1.40 lakhs to 1.80 lakhs, 0.40 EXPANSION 16.12% of national intake. lakhs
 To increase capacity of ITIs under PPP from 100 to 500 trainees by starting new demand driven courses which will add another 1.00 lakhs trainees in next five years.
EXPANSION

1.00

lakhs
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TOTAL EXPANSION PER YEAR : 1.40 million

16.2) VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PRE SSC LEVEL


S. No. PRESENT STATUS TARGET UPTO 2022 2173000 217308
+142008

8TH STD 1752480 Intake in State Pre SSC Vocational Intake %Vocational Component 75180

1,42,128

4.3%

10%

1,42,128

TO START 200 UNITS ,12000 STUDENT INTAKE PER YEAR UPTO 2022.

Total Expansion per year = 1,42,008

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16.3) VOCATIONAL EDUCATION +2 LEVEL HSC VOCATIONAL


Sr. No. +2 HSC +2 HSC Vocational Intake %Vocational Component PRESENT STATUS 1209154 82620
+ 104799

TARGET UPTO 2022 1499351 187419

6.8%

12.5%

TO START 98 UNITS,YEAR 5536 STUDENT INTAKE PER YEAR UPTO 2022

Total expansion per year = 1,04,799

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16.4) VOCATIONAL EDUCATION +2 LEVEL BIFOCAL


S.No. +2 HSC +2 HSC BIFOCAL Intake %Vocational Component PRESENT STATUS 1209154 155250
+32129

TARGET UPTO 2022 1499351 187419

12.5%

12.5%

TO START 50 UNITS,YEAR 2500 STUDENT INTAKE PER YEAR UPTO 2022.

Total Expansion per year = 32129

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16.5) MAHARASHTRA STATE BOARD OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (MSBVE)


Sr. No. INTAKE OF MSBVE COURSES PRESENT STATUS 135000
+365000

TARGET UPTO 2022 500000

TO GRANT FULL AUTONOMY AUTHORISED UNDER THE ACT TO PROMOTE NGOs TO START VOCATIONAL COURSES TO PROVIDE VERTICAL & HORIZONTAL MOBILITY TO MSBVE COURSES TO CORRESPONDING DIPLOMA & DEGREES Total

Expansion per year= 3,65,000

16.6) Expansion programme of Technical Education

Professional courses Engineering, polytechnic, pharmacy, HMCT, MBA, MCA, Agriculture

2 lakhs

Total Expansion per year Higher & Technical Education Department


16.1 16.2 ITIs Capacity increase VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PRE SSC LEVEL capacity increase VOCATIONAL EDUCATION+2 LEVEL HSC VOCATIONAL capacity increase VOCATIONAL EDUCATION +2 LEVEL BIFOCAL capacity increase BOARD OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION EXAMINATIONS ( MSBVE) capacity increase Technical Education capacity increase 1,40,000 1,42,008

16.3

1,04,799

16.4

32,179

16.5 16.6

3,65,000 2,00,000

Total Expansion per year

9,83,986

17) ACTION PLAN : INVOLVING CORPORATE SECTOR

Sr No.
1 2

Scheme

Proposed additional Intake 6,00,000 1,00,000

Involving various industries in the state to impart training under MES (utilizing their infrastructure facilities.) 4800 Industries Involvement of industries association like Manufacturing Association, Builder Association, Retail Association, Automobile Association, etc. for group training under MES. Involving specialized sector like Hospitals/ Hotels/ Retails/ Gems & Jwellery/ Apparel/ Travel & Tourism / Food Processing etc. to impart training under MES Involvement of Corporate sector to impart training under MES.

1,00,000

25,000

Total No.of trained per year

8,25,000
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18) ACTION PLAN : UTILIZING EXISTING EDUCATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE AS VTPs- M.E.S.


Sr. No.

Scheme
A) Art, science, commerce Colleges \ B) Engg. & Polytechnic Colleges C) Agriculture colleges D) Medical colleges E) HMCT Colleges

No. of Institutes 2000 861 10 116 9

Target for Skilled workers 3,00,000 1,25,000 2,500 25,000 2,500 4,20,000

Involvement of Secondary school/ ashram shala/ NGOs/ Master craftsman.

Total trained per year

8,75,000
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19) Action plan skill development training under various Govt. Department
Sr. No. Department 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Agriculture Animal Husbandary fishery Tribal Tourism Social justice & special assistance women & child welfare Urban development CIDCO/MHADA Industries Rural development department MKCL 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.3 0.7 0.5 0.13
No.of trainees to be trained per year in lakhs

3.0

TOTAL Target for other dept.

6.63 PER YEAR

20) Total projected Target + Target of corporate sector +


Target of Education Institute + other dept. / year

1 2 3 4 5

Existing (Slide No. 32)


Higher & Technical Education Dept.

12,03,219 9,83,986 8,25,000 8,75,000 6,63,000 45,50,205

Expansion (Slide No. 39)


Higher & Technical Education Dept.

Corporate sector (Slide No. 40) Utilizing Education Institutes & V.T.P.s (Slide No. 41) Various Govt. Department (Slide No. 42) Total

21) Efforts and action taken by State Government on Skill Development Mission till date
1 Formation of APEX Committee State Skill Development Apex Committee under the chairmanship of Chief Minister. Executive Committee under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary. 2 Target to various department under Higher & Technical Education Target are set up for all Directorates under Higher & Technical Education Department. 3 Formation of Sectorial Skill Committee
Like Construction, IT & ITEs, Production & Manufacturing, Automobile, Hospitability, Banking Finance & Insurance, Retail Sector, Textile etc.

4 Formation of Society For Skill Development Under Society Act 5 Renaming the Employment & Self Employment as Employment, Self Employment & Coordinator Skill Mission. 6 Implementing Skill Mission at District & Regional Level 7 District Level committees, under the chairmanship of District Collector. Regional Level committees, under the chairmanship of District Commissioner. 7 Training to Rural Youth for Self Employment
State Government initiative to train 100 youth per Taluka to increase Human Index. Trainees will be paid Rs. 100/day as a stipend & tool kits costing Rs. 2500/-.

22) List of Some Prominent Vocational Training Provider

JSW Mahindra & Mahindra Larsen & Turbo Tata Motors ILFS Raheja Hospital Don Bosco