The main activities of Training wing in Department of Employment and Training are :
Provides “Vocational Training” under Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS) in Govt. ITIs and Private ITIs under National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) and State Council for Vocational Training (SCVT) patterns in the state.
Provides Apprenticeship Training under Apprentice Training Scheme (ATS) to the ITI passed out Trainees in public/ private establishments in the state & implements Apprentices Act 1961.
Implements the Govt of India Schemes under MSDE Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY).
I. Craftsmen training scheme (CTS) :
CTS scheme is implemented in 64 Government and 235 Private ITIs in the State with seating capacity of 73,378 trainees in 32 different trades. (6) trades are of one year duration and (26) trades are of two years duration. Out of 64 Government ITIs 30 Government ITIs covered under PPP with Rs.2.50 Crores Central funds to each ITI for strengthening of Infrastructure and to introduce the courses that have market demand and 11 Government ITIs are covered under Vocational Training Improvement Project (VTIP) scheme with an amount of Rs.3.50 crores to each ITI for up-gradation of ITIs.
For SCs :
1. Govt. RITI for Girls, Mahaboobnagar.
2. Govt. RITI for Boys, Hathnoora, Sangareddy Dist.
ITIs for STs :
1. Govt. RITI Bhadrachalam, Bhadradri Kothagudem Dist.
2. Govt. RITI Waazedu, Bhupalapally Dist.
3.Govt. RITI Eturunagaram, Warangal Dist.
4. Govt. RITI Utnoor, Adilabad Dist.
5. Govt. RITI Mannanur, Mahaboobnagar Dist.
ITI for Minorities :
Govt. ITI for Minorities Bodhan, Nizamabad Dist.
ITI For Girls (General) :
Govt. Quli Qutub Shah ITI, Santoshnagar, Hyderabad
Permanent Buildings Status for Govt I.T.I.s :
|Total No. of Government ITIs||64|
|No. of ITIs, which have both Land & Buildings (Extension works are ongoing in 7 ITIs : Old city, Kazipet, Mannanoor, Sangareddy, Utnoor, Bhuvaanagiri, Kamarpally, Bhadrachalam, Hanumakonda and Eturunagaram)||47|
|No. of ITIs, for which buildings are sanctioned and civil works are under progress (Siddipet, Ramagundam, Gadwal, Dubbaka, Medak, Jannaram, Mandamarri & Wanaparthy)||08|
|No. of ITIs, for which land allotted & builidings yet to be constructed (Marpally, Tandoor, Yellareddy, Shadnagar, Srirampoor, Jagityal, Kataram & Zaheerabad)||08|
|No. of ITI, for which land is identified and allotment is under process (Khairthabad)||01|
Centrally Sponsored Schemes under CTS:
1. Vocational Training Improvement Project in 11 ITIs.
2. Public Private Partnership in 30 ITIs.
3. Model ITI is 1 ITI .
4. Left Wing Extremism in Govt. ITI, Kothagudem and two SDCs at Bhadrachalam and Wazeedu.
1. VTIP : This scheme is assisted by World Bank is implemented in 11 ITIs in Telangana State at Patancheru, Warangal, Kothagudem, Sangareddy, Mancherial, Peddapally, Old city, Mallepally, Nizamabad, Hathnoora @ Rs.3.5 crores to each ITI and for ITI, Mahabubnagar @ 2 crores. The VTIP project cost is to be shared in the ratio of 75 : 25 by the Central & State Governments, respectively.
2. PPP : 30 Govt ITIs covered under PPP (Public Private Partnership) Scheme with Rs.2.5 crore central funds to each ITI for strengthening of infrastructure and to introduce the courses that have market demand. The Institute Management Committee (IMC) headed by the Chairman of Industry Partner constituted in the ITI is also the governing body for the overall administration and development of the ITI. The IMCs are delegated with Administrative and financial powers for smooth functioning of the ITIs.
3. Model ITI : In the State of Telangana, Govt. I.T.I., Mallepally is selected under Model I.T.I. Scheme with an estimate cost of 10 crores with cost sharing between centre and State is 70: 30. During the fag end of F.Y. 2017-18 an amount of Rs. 2.96 crores released (CSS: 2.28 crores and MSS: 0.68 crore) as first instalment.
4. LWE : The Government of India recognized the fact that the availability of Skill Development Infrastructure in the Districts affected by the Left Wing Extremism (LWE) is well below the National as well as State average. To meet this challenges, the Ministry of Labour and Employment has formulated Centrally Sponsored Scheme titled “Skill Development in 34 Districts Affected by Left Wing Extremism” with funding pattern of 70: 30. The State Government should bear 30% of the project cost.
The Director General of Employment and Training, New Delhi, government of India has released an amount of Rs. 3,55,84,000/- ( Rupees Three crores Fifty Five Lakhs and Eighty Four Thousand only) as 1st installment towards partial fulfillment for establishment of one ITI at Kothagudem and two Skill Development Centers one at Wazeedu and another at Bhadrachalam in Khammam district, Telangana under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme Skill Development in Left Wing Extremism affected Districts. An amount Rs. 1,18,62,000/- ( Rupees One Crore Eighteen Lakhs and Sixty Two Thousand only) has been released by the State Government as Matching State Share for the program. Two courses conducted at Skill Development Centre, Govt. ITI, Wazeedu and trained 240 candidates. Four short term courses were conducted at Skill Development Centre, Govt. ITI, Bhadrachalam and trained 468 candidates. The construction of building under this scheme at Kothagudem is under progress.
National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme (NAPS) :
The National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme (NAPs) scheme is for (i) Sharing of 25% of prescribed stipend subject to a maximum of Rs. 1500/- per month per apprentice to all apprentices with the employers. (ii) Sharing of cost of basic training with Basic Training Providers (BTP).
Objective of the Scheme
The main objective of the scheme is to promote apprenticeship training and to increase the engagement of apprentices from present 2.3 lakh to 50 lakh cumulatively by 2020.
Components of the Scheme
The scheme has the following two components:
1. Sharing of 25% of prescribed stipend subject to a maximum of Rs. 1500/- per month per apprentice with the employers. The stipend support would not be given during the basic training period for fresher apprentices. 2. Sharing of basic training cost in respect of apprentices X th classs pass ( Non ITI Passed)
No. of industries identified in the State : 6705
No. of industries registered in the portal : 940
III. PMKVY : Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY)
PMKVY Is the flagship scheme of the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE). The objective of this Skill Certification Scheme is to enable a large number of Indian youth to take up industry-relevant skill training that will help them in securing a better livelihood. The Short Term Training imparted at PMKVY Training Centre’s (TCs) is expected to benefit candidates of Indian nationality who are either school/college dropouts or unemployed. Apart from providing training according to the National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF), TCs shall also impart training in Soft Skills, Entrepreneurship, Financial and Digital Literacy. Further, Short Term Training (STT) component under Centrally Sponsored Centrally Managed (CSCM) & Centrally Sponsored State Managed (CSSM) is being implemented through National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).
Key Stake Holders:
• Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE)
• National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC)
• State Government’s
• Sector Skill Councils
Kaushal and RozgarMela:
RozgarMela- the Scheme aligns itself to the common norms and, therefore, part of the Training Partner payment structure is linked to the placements. It is, therefore, important for the Training Partner to place at least 50 percent of the batch under PMKVY to ensure that its performance is not downgraded. For this, TPs must conduct RozgarMelas mandatorily every six months with adequate press and media coverage in coordination with District Employment Officer. The RozgarMela must have presence of at least four companies, which would extend employment offers to the candidates who have successfully completed their trainings under PMKVY.
Objective of Mobilisation under PMKVY :
PMKVY is applicable to any candidate of Indian nationality who is unemployed, school or college dropout, or as identified by the Sector Skill Council (SSC) for their respective job roles. The existing mobilisation goals to that effect are, therefore, expected to meet the following objectives:
• Spread awareness about PMKVY to the community at large.
• Identify the suitable beneficiaries in accordance with the scheme guidelines.
• Counsel the identified candidates and enrol them under the courses best matched with their aptitude.
• Dovetail PMKVY with other national missions, such as Jan Dhan, to facilitate universal financial inclusion and other flagship programs for entrepreneurship, Startup India etc.
Centrally Sponsored Centrally Managed (CSCM):75% of the PMKVY 2.0 funds shall be available to MSDE for skilling through National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).
Centrally Sponsored State Managed (CSSM):25% of the funds of PMKVY 2.0 shall be allocated to the States.