The government of India has mandated that all organisations, be it in Services or Manufacturing sector must participate in the National Apprenticeship Program.
To enable Hon’ble Prime Minister’s vision of ‘Skilling India’, the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE), and HRD – Dept of Higher Education, Government of India, has made Industry friendly amendments to the Apprenticeship Act to expand the scope across manufacturing and services sectors and ensure successful implementation of the National Apprenticeship Promotional Scheme (NAPS). The Act was amended in 2014 and the details are in the enclosed PPT.
Any organisation with more than 6 employees are eligible to participate in the program. National Apprentice Act makes it mandatory for all the organisations employing more than 40 people failing which the organisation will be penalised. Apprentices need to constitute 2.5% to 10% of the total employee strength.
Under Apprenticeship Training Scheme – (Central Apprenticeship Council) we have 2 wings
All organisations that fall under the scheme are requested to pledge their support to enrol apprentices by Registering on the Apprenticeship Portal – any one or both according to their requirements.
We invite you to be a part of the drive and ensure successful compliance of the GoI mandate within 30th July 2017. If you are already registered, we request you to let us know about the same. The enclosed PPT gives you the gist of the scheme.
Also, ELCIA is in discussion with various stakeholders of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Department and is planning to establish ELCIA Learning centre which might act as a basic training provider depending on the kind of requirement ELCIA member industries have. So we request you to fill the enclosed form which will give us an understanding about the required Skill sets.
For more details, kindly contact Mamatha BE at firstname.lastname@example.org / 9886013435
To know more about the national apprentice promotion scheme, click here.
To take the survey on Cooperative VET with the Private Sector Firms in the cluster, click here.
Click here for more apprentice scheme details.
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