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Projects

Projects
Scheme for Upgradation of 1396 Government ITIs under Public Private Partnership (PPP)

The objective of the Scheme is to improve the quality of vocational training in the country and make it demand driven so as to ensure better employability of the graduates. The Vasco Govt ITI is being upgraded under this scheme. The institute Management Committee (IMC), headed by the Industry Partner, constituted and registered as a Society, leads the process of Upgradation. 

Model ITI Scheme

The Key objective of this Govt of India scheme is to develop a benchmark for industry oriented ITI which would serve as a model for other ITIs and would also raise dignity of ITI education.  GoI has allocated an amount of Rs. 5.00 crore with 70:30 sharing pattern.

Target Fixed: As per Institute Development Plan under the Scheme, it is proposed to

1) Revamp the trade courses offered at the ITI

2) Undertake Civil works to accommodate the proposed new courses.

3) Strengthening  / Establishment of Training cum Placement Centre.

Skills Strengthening for Industrial Value Enhancement(STRIVE) Scheme

This project is a World Bank Assisted Government of India program with the objective of improving the relevance and efficiency of skill training provided through ITI’s and apprenticeships and is 100% funded GoI Project.

STRIVE is five year program implemented by the ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship from the year 2019 onwards through State Governments, Industrial training (ITI), Centrally Funded Institutes (CFIs) and industry Clusters (ICs). STRIVE also supports two sub-missions of the national Skill Development Mission (NSDM), namely: (i) institutional training, and (ii) trainers.

Skills Acquisition and Knowledge Awareness for Livelihood Promotion (SANKALP)

Skills Acquisition and Knowledge Awareness for Livelihood Promotion (SANKALP) project aims to implement the mandate of the National Skill Development Mission (NSDM), which was launched on 15th July by Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, through its core sub-missions. The project will be implemented in mission mode through World Bank support and is aligned with the overall objectives of the NSDM. The main objectives of the project include strengthening institutional mechanisms at both national and state levels, building a pool of quality trainers and assessors, creating convergence among all skill training activities at the state level, establishing robust monitoring and evaluation system for skill training programs, providing access to skill training opportunities to the disadvantaged sections and most importantly supplement the Make in India initiative by catering to the skill requirements in relevant manufacturing sectors.