Textile Sector Skill Council

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Benefits for Training Partners (Textile mills)

Mill’s Training center is no longer a “COST CENTER” !!

Monetary benefits:

  • Central & state government funded schemes for skill development – Mills would be eligible to participate
  • Part or full financial assistance to TP to meet the expenses incurred in conducting the training programs – provided by schemes
  • Some of the schemes also have provision to provide stipend to the trainees

Central Govt. Schemes

  • Standard Training Assessment & Reward (STAR) scheme funded by NSDC
  • Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS) funded by Ministry of Textiles, GoI
  • K V I C (Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Industries, GoI
  • Ministry of Rural Development
  • Ministry of Labour & Employment
  • Ministry of Tribal Affairs
  • Ministry of Communications & Information Technology
  • Ministry of Women and Child Development

State Govt. Schemes

State Contact Person Designation Address Email ID Mobile Phone
Punjab RK Verma (IAS) Secretary to Govt. of Punjab Dept of Technical Education and Industrial Training, Room No.514, 5th Floor, Punjab Civil Sect-2, Chandigarh – 160 009 steit@punjab.gov.in, steitpunjab@gmail.com 9814106265 0172 2625405 / 27412131
Andhra Pradesh A Narsinga Roa Director, Handlooms and Textiles and Apparel Export Parks C-Block, 5th Floor, BRKR Govt Offices Complex, Tank Bund Road, Hyderabad – 500 063 tshandtex@gmail.com 8008705858 040 23221684
Tamil Nadu R Natarajan Project Director Tamil Nadu Skill Development Corporation, Thiru. Vi.Ka. Industrial Estate, Alandur, Road, Guindy, Chennai – 600 032 dettnsdm@gmail.com, rnpdtnsdc@gmail.com 9444050943 044 22501002
Tamil Nadu B Mustafa Addl. Project Director Tamil Nadu Skill Development Corporation, Thiru. Vi.Ka. Industrial Estate, Alandur, Road, Guindy, Chennai – 600 032 dettnsdm@gmail.com, bmappdtnsdc@gmail.com 9159482241 044 22501002
Madhya Pradesh Dr. Veena Ghanekar (IAS) Secretary, Tribal Welfare Dept. Govt of MP and Managing Director, MP Adivasi Vitta Evam Vikas Nigam and MAPCET MP Adivasi Vitta Evam Vikas Nigam, Rajeev Gandhi Campus II, Shyamla Hills, Bhopal – (MP) 0755 2738699
Madhya Pradesh Pradeep Khandelwal General Manager Madya Pradesh Council of Employment and Training, Rajeev Gandhi Bhavan, 35, Shyamla Hills, Bhopal – 462 002 (MP) gmmapcet@yahoo.com 9425071087 0755 2661215
Madhya Pradesh G N Agrawal Addl. Director MP Council for Vocational Education and Training, Gas ITI Building Govindpura, Bhopal – 462 023 mpcvetbhopal@gmail.com 9425357109 0755 2581138/70
Delhi Gayathri B Kalia CEO Aajeevika Skills, 2nd Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Center, New Delhi cooskills@gmail.com 9312998001 011 24642392
Maharashtra Vijay Kumar Gautam CEO Maharashtra State Skill Development Society, 4th Floor, MTNL Admn Bldg. GD Somani Marg, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai smo1a.mssds@gmail.com 8879849327 022 22160210 Extn.: 704
Uttar Pradesh Ritu Maheshwari Mission Director Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission, ITI Aliganj Campus, Aliganj, Lucknow – 226024 mdssdm-up@nic.in, pranshu1.gupta@in.ey.com 8373909030
West Bengal Haridyesh Mohan (IAS) Secy. Tech. Education and Training tetsecwb@gmail.com, sectech.edu@wb.gov.in 033 23344799
Uttarakhand State Rural Livelihood Mission Dr. Joshi CEO ceouksrlm@gmail.com 0135 2714118
Haryana State Rural Livelihood Mission TK Sharma CEO ceohsrlm@gmail.com, ceohsrlm@hsrlm.in 9466163003
Rajasthan State Livelihood Development Corp. ML Mehta Chairman mlmehtajai@gmail.com 0141 5103164, 2705817

Benefits for Training Providers

Non monetary benefits:

  • Alignment of TSC and training partners (mills) – through process of affiliation focus will be on learning and development of learners so that they are easily employable in the mills.
  • Maintain high standards of quality in imparting necessary skills – he affiliation facilitates the mills by developing customized curriculum with the help of NOS to meet local/cluster requirements.
  • Mills are always in tune with the latest requirements of the sector – as it encourages the mills to pursue continual excellence
  • Industry recognized certification – of the successful trainees
  • Access to international bodies – available in similar space

CSR & Skill Training

  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is made compulsory under the Companies Act and was passed by parliament and has come into effect from April 1, 2014.
  • All companies with turnover of Rs.1,000 crore and more – or a net worth of Rs 500 crore and more or net profit of Rs.5 crore and more – will have to spend at least two percent of their three-year average profit every year on CSR activity.
  • Promoting education, including special education and employment enhancing vocation skills (especially among children, women, elderly, and differently-abled persons) are considered as CSR activities.

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