In India and many other countries in the world, there is a big gap between educated and required skilled people. To fill this gap and to increase the employment is always had been the priority for every former Indian government and the newly elected government in May 2014 was not an exception. In September 2014, this government initiated the “Make in India” campaign to encourage multi-national businessmen to manufacture their product in India. This resulted in a sudden increase in demand for a skilled human resource in every sector. To meet the current and future demand they launched “Skill India” campaign on 15th July 2015 with an aim to train over 40 crore people in India required in the different sector by 2022. Various initiatives were started under the campaign such as “National Skill Development Mission”, “National Policy for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship- 2015”, “Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)” and the “Skill Loan scheme”.
In continuation to efforts taken by central government the Government of Maharashtra had also started “Make in Maharashtra” campaign and initiated Pramod Mahajan Kaushalya Vikas Udhyogkta Abhiyaan (PMKUVA) by establishing the Skill Development Society a nodal agency on 15th February 2011 under the Societies Registration Act 1860. Under this scheme the Multi-Skill centers would be established in Maharashtra under Public Private Partnership (PPP) with active participation of the industry / Private Sector in every stage of design and implementation of the scheme for to skill development, up-skilling & reskilling of the candidates between the age group 15 to 45 to meet the demand of the industry. Under this scheme, the trainees will be offered a financial reward and a government certificate on successful completion of training and assessment, which will help them in securing a job for better future. All courses offered under this scheme are free of charge for 2 to 4 Months duration.
Indian agriculture sector currently facing recession in the skill manpower for daily needs. To provide the skilled workforce for upcoming opportunity in agriculture sector, College has proposed to offer following courses.
Skill development flowchart
|Sr No||CENTRE NAME||SECTOR NAME||COURSES NAME||Contact|
Mob. No.: 9960553407 9423787340
Land Line: 02422272794
|AGR134||Bio Fertilizer||8th + 14 yrs. of age||120|
|AGR135||Medicinal Plant||8th + 14 yrs. of age||300|
|AGR137||Vermiculturing & Vermicomposting||5th + 14 yrs.of age||90|
|AGR132||Mushroom Cultivation||5th + 14 yrs. of age||90|
|AGR105||Repair, maintenance & field operation of Irrigation Equipment.||Minimum 5th standard and 14 years of age||150|
|AGR111||Repair, maintenance & field operation of Spraying and dusting equipments||Minimum 5th standard and 14 years of age||150|
|Soft skills||SS102||Spoken English and Communication Skill||7th standard||180|
|SS203||Soft Skills for Front Line Assistant||8th + SS101 (rebate of 100 hours)||150|
|SS304||Soft Skills for Supervisors||10+2 to Graduate + SS202 ( rebate of 150 hours)||180|
Mob. No.: 8975825252 / 7387442046 Land Line: 02422272794
|Supply chain management||-||Supply Management||10+2 passed||400 Hrs|
|Soft skill||SS304||Soft Skills for Supervisors/Associates||10+2 to Graduate and 17 Years above||180 hours|