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National Skill Development Mission

The National Skill Development Mission was approved by the Union Cabinet on 01.07. 2015, and officially launched by the Hon’ble Prime Minister on 15.07. 2015 on the occasion of World Youth Skills Day. The Mission has been developed to create convergence across sectors and States in terms of skill training activities.

the National Skill Development Mission would not only consolidate and coordinate skilling efforts, but also expedite decision making across sectors to achieve skilling at scale with speed and standards. It will be implemented through a streamlined institutional mechanism driven by Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE). Key institutional mechanisms for achieving the objectives of the Mission have been divided into three tiers, which will consist of a Governing Council for policy guidance at apex level, a Steering Committee and a Mission Directorate (along with an Executive Committee) as the executive arm of the Mission.

National Skill Development Mission – Objective

  1. Create an end-to-end implementation framework for skill development, which provides opportunities for life-long learning. This includes: incorporation of skilling in the school curriculum, providing opportunities for quality long and short-term skill training, by providing gainful employment and ensuring career progression that meets the aspirations of trainees.
  2. Align employer/industry demand and workforce productivity with trainees’ aspirations for sustainable livelihoods, by creating a framework for outcome focused training.
  3. Establish and enforce cross-sectoral, nationally and internationally acceptable standards for skill training in the country by creating a sound quality assurance framework for skilling, applicable to all Ministries, States and private training providers.
  4. Build capacity for skill development in critical un-organised sectors (such as the construction sector, where there few opportunities for skill training) and provide pathways for re-skilling and up-skilling workers in these identified sectors, to enable them to transition into formal sector employment.
  5. Ensure sufficient, high quality options for long-term skilling, bench marked to internationally acceptable qualification standards, which will ultimately contribute to the creation of a highly skilled workforce.
  6. Develop a network of quality instructors/trainers in the skill development ecosystem by establishing high quality teacher training institutions.
  7. Leverage existing public infrastructure and industry facilities for scaling up skill training and capacity building efforts.
  8. Offer a passage for overseas employment through specific programmes mapped to global job requirements and bench marked to international standards.
  9. Enable pathways for transitioning between the vocational training system and the formal education system, through a credit transfer system.
  10. Promote convergence and co-ordination between skill development efforts of all Central Ministries/Departments/States/implementing agencies

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