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Best Practices Guidelines and Toolkit on Engaging the Private Sector in Skills Development

"Best Practices Guidelines and Toolkit on Engaging the Private Sector in Skills Development”, jointly developed by UNDP IICPSD and Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries(SESRIC), will inspire, motivate and mobilize the private sector for its active engagement in skills training for employment.  The guidelines and toolkit will help stakeholders to collaborate more closely with companies, chambers of commerce and business associations.

Centum WorkSkills India - Large-scale Vocational Training for Youth

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.

National Skill Development Corporation - Creating Vocational Skills through Public-Private Partnership

The National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) is a joint venture between the Government of India and the private sector to facilitate quality skills provision, provide financial resources and special funding schemes to build viable business in skill development and introduce the necessary support systems. The NSDC has shown its capabilities by providing training to nearly 6 million individuals across 33 industrial sectors

National Skill Development Corporation - Creating Vocational Skills Through Public-Private Partnership

Submitted by S4IF on April 7, 2021

The National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) is a joint venture between the Government of India and the private sector to facilitate quality skills provision, provide financial resources and special funding schemes to build viable business in skill development and introduce the necessary support systems. The NSDC has shown its capabilities by providing training to nearly 6 million individuals across 33 industrial sectors

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