National Skill Development Corporation(NSDC) : NSDC, a first-of-its-kind Public Private Partnership (PPP) in India, a ‘Not For Profit Company’, was established in 2009, under the Planning Commission to contribute significantly (30%) to the overall target of skilling or upgrading 500 million people in India by 2022, mainly by fostering private initiative via innovative funding models. Formed under Section 25 of the Companies Act, it was set up as part of the National Skill Development Mission to fulfil India’s need for competent workforce across sectors, narrow the existing gap between the demand and supply of skills, and launch a world-class skill development programme indispensable to a growing economy.
Brainware’s partnership with NSDC
Brainware touches yet another milestone in its Silver Jubilee year. Brainware’s reputation reaches new heights as it enters into a challenging partnership with NSDC. Both share the common mission of providing job-oriented career options for the aspiring youth of India to create skilled manpower. With NSDC’s support, Brainware is set to train underprivileged youth, students and professionals lacking industry exposure, as well as school dropouts in the skill-based sectors of Media and Entertainment, Electronics, Retail and Security. Around 3.2 lac youth will receive training in these sectors which will help fill the dearth of trained professionals in various industries. This alliance between NSDC and Brainware aims to redefine the skill based career scenario in India and ensure financial inclusion.
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NSDC initiated PradhanMantriKaushalVikasYojana on 26th May, 2015 as a scion to the STAR Scheme. PMKVY is the flagship outcome-based skill training scheme of the new Ministry. It is a unique initiative by the Government of India that aims to offer 24 lac Indian youth meaningful, industry relevant, skill based.Under this Scheme, monetary reward and a government certification would be provided to trainees on successful completion of training and assessment, which will help them secure a suitable job in the times ahead.
How to enrol for PMKVY
Its process: 1. Find a PMKVY affiliated training centre offering skill development of your choice.
2. Enroll by paying a fees and provide your Aadhaar Card and bank account details.
3. Be trained in accordance with NOS and QPs formulated by the SSCs.
4. Towards the end of the course, you will be assessed by an SSC approved agency. If you get through you will receive a skill card and government certification.
5. You will be awarded cash according to your sector and job role level.
Brainware’spartnership venture with PMKVY
Under the Government of India’s PMKVY scheme, Brainware aims to offer over 20 skill development courses in West Bengal and other states of India, and therefore provide quality vocational training to 24 lac Indian youth. Brainware is offering you industry relevant skill training and placement assistance Government certification would be provided to trainees on successful completion of training and assessment. Additionally, monetary reward would also be given.
These will help them with placement assistance in the times ahead.
To know more about this scheme log on to: http://www.pmkvyofficial.org
Brainware’s collaborative venture with PMKVY has begun. Under this ongoing project, over 1200 students have registered. Currently, we are associated with 6 Sector Skill Councils, viz. Media and Entertainment, Electronics, Retail and Security.
2 more recent Sector Skill Council alliances
We have, very recently, formed alliances with 2 more Sector Skill Councils- Beauty and Wellness. The training is launched at Brainware’s centre at Guwahati. Here the trainees are enrolled for the course on assistant beautician.
The Electronic System Design & Manufacturing (ESDM) Sector, under the Department of Electronics and Information Technology(DeitY), the Government of India, aims at "capacity building in the areas of Electronic Product Design and Production Technology".
Brainware’spartnership with ESDM
Down the ages, India has become the epicentre of consumer demand fuelled by a phenomenal GDP growth. In fact, the demand for high technology products, specifically electronic products has gone up significantly in the country. This has created a unique opportunity for the companies in the ESDM sector to cater to domestic need as well as earn foreign currency via exports. Brainware is one such lucky partner.
With the Electronic Sector Skill Council, Brainware offers 2 courses, one on Field technician, computing, and peripherals, and the other on Installation, technician computing, and peripherals. These courses are carried out across our centres in West Bengal, Tripura, and Nagpur. Presently, the training of more than 900 students is successfully on.
Launched under The Ministry of Labour and Employment, the Skill Development Initiative (SDI) Scheme is a five year project during which one million persons will be trained or their existing skills would be tested and certified under Modular Employable Skills (MES) framework. SDI-MES targets to provide vocational training to early school leavers, child labourers and their families, ITI graduates, and existing workers, especially in the unorganized sector.
Brainware’spartnership with SDI-MES
SDI-MES aims to improve the employability scene, build capacity in the area of development of competency standards, course curricula, learning material and assessment standards in the country.It works in close consultation with the industry, micro enterprises, State Governments, experts and the academia. Brainware as an authorized training partner of SDI - MES is affiliated to the following courses: Tally 9, Desk Top Publishing, Computer Hardware and Computer Networking.
Maulana Azad National Academy of Skills (MANAS) under the Ministry of Minority Affairs is an over-arching skill development programme aimed at providing all India Level training to the minority community. MANAS will also provide concessional credit to minority community after meeting their needs for expanding their existing business and setting up new ventures. Minority Affairs Minister NajmaHeptulla remarked "...Our aim is to provide 100 per cent jobs to those who enroll in it".
Brainware’s partnership with MANAS
Brainware is recently empanelled to the scheme. More news would be coming up on that soon.
West Bengal Minorities Development and Finance Corporation (WBMDFC) was set up under the Government of West Bengal in 1996, as per West Bengal Act XVIII of 1995. The Corporation aims to impart training to the minorities thereby improving the economic condition of the minority communities such as the Muslims, the Sikhs, the Christians, the Buddhists and the Parsees.
The schemes of WBMDFC involve those on economic welfare, scholarships and educational loans, vocational training, mass awareness, career counselling, vocational training and coaching programmes, and so on. WBMDFC continues to be the No. 1 self-employment scheme of NMDFC in the country.
Brainware’s partnership with WBMDFC
As an Authorised Training Partner of WBMDFC, Brainware offers courses on Web Design Pro and Desktop Publishing & Image Editing. In 2014, it conducted training of 300 candidates across 3 centres.
About WBSCSTD & FC
West Bengal Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes Development and Finance Corporation (WBSCSTD&FC) was constituted in the year 1976 through an Act, amended in 1980 and 1981 with the specific object to uplift the economic condition of the poor Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe people of the State. The Corporation has the mandate for economic development of SC/ST beneficiaries living below the poverty line. Moreover, the corporation can take up activities which have a bearing upon social, educational, economic and cultural development of SC/ST communities in the State.
The corporation also organizes training programmes at regular intervals, for the Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes people to help them provide livelihood options. In this connection, West Bengal SC & ST Development & Finance Corporation has decided to organize Skill Development Training for the youths belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) communities of the State of West Bengal in the Healthcare Sector, through Brainware Consultancy Private Limited, a premier institute in West Bengal and a prime partner of National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).
General Duty Assistant (GDA) affiliated to Healthcare Sector Skill Council (HSSC) of India.
360 hours (Class hours: 240 hours, Internship: 120 hours)
Candidates from Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) communities of the State, having minimum academic standard of Class X, aged between 18 and 35 years and annual family income not exceeding Rs. 98000/- (for rural areas) and Rs. 120000/- (for urban areas) are eligible for the training programme.
Sanctioned no. of Trainees Altogether 500 (Five Hundred) SC/ST candidates will be trained in GDA at the following locations (50 candidates per location)
2. Ranaghat (East)
|North 24 Parganas||5. Bagda
6. Bongaon (North)
|Purulia||8. Purulia Town|
|West Midnapore||9. Kharagpur|
|South 24 Parganas||10.Patharpratima|
About Paschim Banga Society for Skill Development (PBSSD)
Paschim Banga Society for Skill Development (PBSSD) under the Government of West Bengal aims to equip the youth with valuable skills and also brings the various trading partners under one umbrella.
Brainware’s partnership with PBSSD
At the present time, Brainware is enlisted for 5 centres, Salt Lake, Howrah, Minto Park, Barasat campus, and Dunlop. A total of 6 Courses is to be accomplished.