Sector Skill Councils
Sector Skill Councils (SSCs) are one of the major pillars of NSDC’s. which play a vital role in bridging the gap between what the industry demands and what the skilling requirements ought to be.
The SSCs operate as an autonomous body and could be registered as a Section 8 Company, or a Society. NSDC is mandated to initiate and incubate SSCs with initial seed funding to facilitate their growth and enable them to achieve self-sustainability in a time bound manner.We are affiliated training partners under certain respective Sector Skill Councils (SSCs). These SSCs working under the aegis of the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), a public-private partnership funded entirely by the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Government of India.
Construction skill development council of India
Aims to standardize industry competency framework,Creating a sustainable future through building preservation, green architecture and smart design. CSDCI aims to develop, establish, standardize and sustain Industry Competency Frameworks, Skills Levels, Occupational Standards, Build, create and deliver Capacity, Investment and Skilling outcomes which shall meet or exceed customer expectations through ethical, transparent and effective management of the Construction and Infrastructure Industry Skill Development Fund.
Retailers Association’s Skill Council of India (RASCI)
RASCI represents the retail industry in India. RASCI is a collaborative and comprehensive source of retail expertise and independent advice for industry, training organizations, educational institutions, certifying bodies, employees, students or jobseekers about skills development in the retail industry.
Gem & Jewellery Skill Council of India (GJSCI)
Gem and Jewellery has been identified by the NSDC as a high growth sector to initiate skill-training programs. With this in mind, the leading bodies from within the jewellery industry have established the Gem and Jewellery Skill Council of India (GJSCI) in July 2012.
The GJSCI is into developing curriculum, creating National Occupational Standards (NOS) for every job role prevailing in the Gem & Jewellery industry. GJSCI is also identifying skill development needs; determining skills/competency standards and qualifications in this sector. GJSCI is into Affiliation and accreditation process of the institutes imparting training in the Gem and Jewellery industry.
The GJSCI represents all areas and functions of the industry, such as diamond processing, coloured gemstone processing, jewellery manufacturing, wholesale, retail and exports.
Skill Council for Mining Sector (SCMS)
SCMS is an apex body for skill development in the mining sector. The council aims to ensure and promote skill development and vocational education in the mining sector, in order to develop skill competency standards and qualifications, benchmarking it with international standards and to work with the mining industry, to train existing workforce and new inductees to fulfill the skill shortage in the industry in PPP mode.
Logistics Skill Council (LSC)
Through this initiative, over 40 lakh logistics workers are to be trained and certified by the SSC in the next ten years. LSC is into developing national level curriculum for related 8 areas; developing labour market information systems (LMIS) and to facilitating establishing skill centers to meet the demand; Affiliating skill centers; Facilitating developing Trainers and assessors for enabling skill centers to maintain quality; Certifying the students passed out of the training centers and Creating Awareness and build SSC brand value in Logistics sector.
Food Industry Capacity & Skill Initiative (FICSI)
With a Mission to ensure that the Food Processing industry is able to grow with skilled manpower, increase productivity and profitability, FICSI is creating a robust and vibrant eco-system for quality education and skill development in the Food Processing Sector in the country.
Rubber Skill Development Council (RSDC)
RSDC’s vision is to impart training to over 6 lakh persons for entry level jobs and over 1 lakh in service personnel in the next 10 years so as to ensure the generation of skilled manpower in both the tyre and the non-tyre sectors, provide employment opportunities to youth across the nation, create career paths in roles existing within the unorganized and organized segments of the rubber industry and ensure active participation of the industry in absorption of skilled manpower generated through RSDC.
Tourism & Hospitality Skill Council (THSC)
THSC, which is formed by the Industry and for the Industry to tackle the skilling of large manpower to fulfill the industry requirement plays a crucial role in bridging this ever-growing gap. THSC is mandated to create a robust and sustainable eco-system for skill development in the industry. THSC caters to all the sub sectors of the Industry, namely, Hotels, Tour Operators, Food Service Restaurants, Facilities Management and Cruise Liners.
Handicraft & Carpet SSC
In today’s dynamic and modern era, where the whole world has transformed into a small common market; the role of specific skills can never be deterred. It is the skill and innovation that has to be balanced to produce the real potential of the country in terms of its valuable products. For a country like India, with such a huge number of youths and women population,the concept of training them with ‘employable skills’ has become critically important.
If the people are empowered through skills, the country can be put on the path of progress where everyone, at-least tries to add to the economy of the country for the betterment.
This is where the role of HANDICRAFTS & CARPET SECTOR SKILL COUNCIL (HCSSC) comes into play.
Paints and Coating Skill Council (PCSC)
Paints and Coatings Skill Council works closely with the industry to understand its requirements and respond to its expectations so as to facilitate faster growth of the sector and enable delivering better value to the end user.
Electronics Sector Skills Council of India (ESSCI)
To establish a structured mechanism wherein ESSCI will facilitate & collaborate with NSDC in strengthening the existing vocational education system for skills development in electronics sector & upgrade vocational training system for the industry to achieve global standards in manpower productivity.
BFSI SSC strives to complement the existing vocational education system in meeting the entire value chain’s requirements of appropriately trained manpower in quantity and quality across all levels on a sustained and evolving basis.
- Upgrade skills to international standards through significant industry involvement.
- Be a conduit of change through thought leadership, research, market intelligence and membership engagement.
Beauty & wellness Sector Skill Council
The aim is to establish an effective and efficient eco-system for development and imparting of skills in Beauty and Wellness industry including content & curriculum, courses, information databases, delivery systems, standardization of the accreditation and certification process to enhance employability of the Indian workforce globally. Together, may we give our youth and women the skilling roots to grow & career wings to fly
Automotive & Development Sector Skill Council (ASDC)
- To continually develop and upgrade Automotive Skills for Higher value additions (higher value addition through Skilling will facilitate capital creation, leading to more economic activity and consequent additional jobs.)
- Making Skills aspirational and integrated with academic pathways
- By Honouringand celebrating the Skilling achievements
- Complete commitment of the Industry (SIAM, ACMA and FADA) who are already contributing a lot in Skilling on their own.
- Ensuring credibility, reliability and robustness of the Skill Assessment process.
- Skill Competitions
Management & Entrepreneurship and Professional Skill Council (MEPSC)
A huge percentage of Indian graduates are unemployable due to lack of skills both technical and generic expected by the employers. While a maximum of the applicants gets hired on the grounds of their technical skills and often get fired due to lack of generic skills. It is the set of Generic/ Behavioural/ Soft/ Employability Skills that creates a diversity to the potency of the individual. To create world-class workforce competent both technically and professionally for the Domestic and international market