Top 3 Skills Development corporation making Skill India scheme victorious

Posted by: at 11/02/2016 11:04:00 pm

India 3 November 2016: India plans to train 10 million students by 2020 and provide employment and self-employment opportunities under the Skill India Mission. In this esteemed initiative many organisations have joined in to bring the dream come true. Organisations are associating to skill as many as possible so that the career prospects widen.

Below are few who are working to activate and strengthen the mission evolving the skilling ecosystem and making Skill India Scheme Victorious.

1. STC Skills

Top 3 Skills Development corporation making Skill India scheme victorious

Headquartered in Chennai, STC Skills is a Global Skill Development Company Servicing Government Projects and larger Corporations in the areas of Skill Development and Job Placements. Recently funded by NSDC (National Skill Development Corporation) under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, STC currently operates from 112 centers across the subcontinent. The company currently has a team of 120 with over 300 Partner staffs.

STC was also the preferred partner of PMKVY 1.0 and it has trained thousands of students for Beauty & Wellness, Hospitality and IT/ITeS domains. Currently underway Government projects are - NSDC Accredited Job oriented courses across India,  PMKVY - Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana, DDUGKY - Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDU-GKY), Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), Government of India, UDAAN (Ministry of Home Affairs) .


ISDC is focusing on skill development projects by developing platforms for Skill Acquisition and Skill Enhancement. Skill Development Projects consists of basic and sophisticated infrastructure creation for skill development projects, Development of Relevant Qualifications that are respected and recognised by the Employers. We are at a critical moment for skill development. Against a period of prolonged global economic uncertainty, the traditional routes to learning, employment and career progression need to be challenged. Using our industry links and network of educational specialists, ISDC regularly contributes to and leads the debate around matters relating to skill development. ISDC engage directly with policy makers and regulators to represent the best interest of the industry. For this reason, we keep abreast of changes in skills policy and assess the potential for impact on our customers.

3. Shradha HRD

Driven by its enduring vision of “Enabling Possibilities” in everything it does, Andragogy focuses on bringing about empowering change at the fundamental level.

Dedicated to People Excellence, we endeavor to add value to human resource to enable organizational excellence. Our corporate and institutional initiatives cover the complete spectrum of soft skills for the entire breadth of HR. Leadership excellence & coaching, management development programs, skills for communication excellence, cutting edge BPO training & unique digital learning solutions form the areas of core competence.

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