Samridhi program is a three-month Management Development Program for managers and supervisors of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME). It was initiated by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).
Phase 1: Interactive classroom workshops
Participants go through an intensive 2-day classroom program covering 8 modules which will help them gain clarity about their roles and responsibilities in their organizations.
After the program, participants use the action booklet provided to capture the projects that they will implement at workplace.
Phase 2: One-on-one coaching intervention
Participants will receive coaching from certified coaches to support their transfer of learning to their daily activities, and help them overcome challenges during project implementation.
Phase 3: Refresher classroom program
Participants undergo a refresher program, based on observations made during the one-on-one coaching. The participants must share experiences of applying their learnings. This builds a stronger cohort group that mutually supports one another.
Phase 4: Success story sharing and way forward
Participants share their respective projects’ success stories while industry leaders monitor and share their experience as well.
Participants from the following organizations have taken the Samridhi program:
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ELCIA has arranged for a free eye check-up camp at the board room at ELCIA in association with a doctor from the Nethradhama Super Specialty Eye Hospital. This eye camp is open for all. Kindly make use of the opportunity and share this information with all your employees – especially house keeping and security.
Note: Glasses will be provided at a discounted rate for the people who get checked at this camp.
See below for information:
Date – 27th November, 2018
Time – 10:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Registration closes by 3:30 PM
ELCIA got the Third Party Aggregator (TPA) status for apprentice recruitment under Govt of India, which implies that ELCIA will now be able to help MSMEs hire apprentices. Any correspondence regarding the recruitment of apprentices can be done through ELCIA.
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