B-ABLE is a skill development arm of BASIX Social Enterprise Group. It has been engaged in providing training to Indian youth since 2009, where it provided industry specific and hands-on skills to disadvantaged sections of the society. Its main objective is to create an environment for lifelong learning, economic empowerment and inclusive development through skills.
The All India Society for Electronic and Computer Technology (AISECT) was created to bridge the information and communications technology gap between urban and rural areas of India. AISECT empowers youth with skill training and it also use the franchise model to build entrepreneurial network.
NIIT Yuva Jyoti is a skill development venture, which actively focuses on disadvantaged youth and school dropouts from cities in India with population under 1 million. It uses the Source-Train-Place model, where it works to provide local job opportunities for local youth especially in information technology sector.
IndiaCan Education Private Limited is a private company, who is targeting challenges like unemployed youth, welfare disadvantage people, lack of employment opportunities by providing technical skills to fulfill industry’s need for qualified technical staff. IndiaCan has provided training to more than 75,000 students, which resulted in a 75 percent after training placement
IL&FS is one of the leading private skilling company in India. It provides placement driven skill training to diverse range of groups from school dropouts to high school, higher secondary school and ITI graduates. IL&FS training ranges from manufacturing, service, construction, hospitality and textile and apparel industries. IL&FS puts a special emphasis on technological solutions via interactive platforms to overcome barriers such as physical distance and time.
Centum WorkSkills India limited (CWSI) is one of the NSDC’s largest training partners. CWSI offers an integrated set of services in the skill development sphere, which ranges from community mobilization, assessment, certification and assistance for placement. CWSI provides special focus on vocational training to youth on a large scale. CWSI uses communities, self-help group, social specialists to reach its target beneficiaries.