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Convocation Ceremony Certificate Distribution Programme

Tentative Agenda

Time Program Activity Key Person
3:00pm Receiving of Guest by bouquet. Receiving by RCED, S.E.BIZ and CDCL.
3:05pm Welcome Note Mr Vivek Trivedi Social Development Officer DAY- NULM
3:10pm -Lamp lighting Ceremony by Chief Guest

Saraswati Vandana (Vocal)

Saraswati Vandana by Group of girls.
3:12pm Poem “Kyun” Ms.Uma
3:15pm Sahaj Speech and Presentation Mr Navsaurabh Singh (Managing Director of Sahaj Rozgar)
3:18pm Testimonials Students Sharing (2 or 3)
3:25pm Commissioner’s Speech Shri. B. Purusharth IAS , Commissioner Municipal Corporation, Chandigarh
3:35pm Certification Distribution by Chief Guest In group of 50 beneficiaries
3:55pm Honoring Guests with the Memento
3:58pm Vote Of Thanks  Mrs Ritika Gautam, Convener
4:00pm National Anthem(Vocal) Ms.Ekta and Ms.Kirti
Note: Programme Followed by Refreshment





Final Certification and Stipend distribution for students under NULM (AC & Refrigeration &Tally) on 18/11/2016 2:00 pm onwards.
This is to inform all that Final Certificate &Stipend distribution ceremony is being held on 18/11/2016 2:00 pm onwards for students who have successfully completed their trainings under NULM courses Tally and Basics in AC & Refrigeration at CDCL Chandigarh.
Chief Guest for occasion shall be Sh. B. Purushartha (IAS) Commissioner MC Chandigarh.


PMKVY – Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojna

Post launch, the enthusiastic team at Noavodaya Institute and Retailers Association skill Council of India began mobilizing self-employed buisness retailers across varanasi to get certified under PMKVY. In addition to receiving a government certification, candidates will also be orientated on the various avenues and means by which they can improve their buisnesses.

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Top 10 States for Skill Development

This article focuses on top 10 States for Skill Development in terms of maximum incremental human resource requirement between the years 2012 and 2022.Interesting facts and link to State Skill Development Missions SSDM also included.

Maharashtra : Maharashtra is the biggest state economy in India.
GDP contribution: It contributes 14.42% to the total GDP of India.
Population: With a population of more than 114.2 million people, Maharashtra is the second most populous state.
Agriculture and Industry: The state is a pioneer in small scale industries. Agriculture and industries including service sector are the major contributors to the growth of the state. Maharashtra is known for its industries like media and entertainment, cotton textiles, metallurgy, chemicals, electrical, transport, and machinery.
Incremental human resource requirement: Maharashtra will witness an increase in human resources requirement of 15.52 million during 2012 – 22.
State Skill Development Mission: Maharashtra State Skill Development Society
Tamil Nadu : Tamil Nadu is known for almost 100% ‘Gross Enrollment Ratio’ in primary education, making it the most literate state
GDP contribution: It is the most economically free state. Being the third largest state contributor in GDP, it puts in 8.16% of the total GDP.
Population: Tamil Nadu has a population of 72.14 million people with the most populous city being Chennai. It is followed by Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichy and Tiruppur.
Agriculture and Industry: Tamil Nadu is providing employment to people through its Agriculture (especially rice cultivation). Also industries like spinning, automobiles (plants of BMW, Ford, Ashok Leyland etc.), cement, steel, IT and software, metallurgy etc. The state is also an education hub with around 449 polytechnic colleges and some renowned B. Tech. colleges.
Incremental HR requirement: An incremental human resource requirement of 13.55 million is estimated between 2012 and 2022 in the state.
State Skill Development Mission: Tamil Nadu Skill Development Corporation
Uttar Pradesh : The state is known as the politics hub of India, and it predominantly
GDP contribution: The state has its contribution of 8.24% to the National GDP.
Population: Uttar Pradesh is the most populous state in India with its population counting more than 199.58 million people. Major populous cities are Allahabad, Moradabad, Ghaziabad, Azamgarh and Lucknow.
Agriculture and Industry: Agriculture is the essence of the state’s economy. Apart from it, tourism, hotel industry, real estate, insurance also serve as a major employer. The state is known for producing 70% of India’s sugar. Uttar Pradesh also has a maximum number of small scale industrial units in India.
Incremental human resource requirement: Between 2012 and 2022 Uttar Pradesh will have a requirement of 11.01 skilled people to cater to its agriculture and industries.
State Skill Development Mission: Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission UPSDM
Andhra Pradesh : The state that was in news couple of years for its bifurcation to form a new state Telangana.
GDP contribution: Andhra Pradesh has a major contribution of 8.73% of India’s GDP.
Population: The state accommodates a population of 84.86 million people with its financial capital Vishakhapatnam being the most populous.
Agriculture and Industry: Around 60% of the population in the state is involved in agriculture and relative activities. Since rice is the major crop cultivated here it is also known as ‘Rice bowl of India’. Pharma, automotive, food and beverages, mining, power plants, IT ITES and biotechnology contribute to the industrial development.
Incremental human resource requirement: Between 2012 and 2022, Andhra Pradesh needs to cater to its incremental requirement of skilled people of 10.87.
State Skill Development Mission: Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation
Uttarakhand : The ‘ Dev Bhumi’ Uttarakhand was formed in the year 2000. The state is regionally divided into Kumaon and Garhwal.
GDP contribution: With a contribution of 1.17% to the National GDP, Uttarakhand stands at 20th position in terms of GDP contribution.
Population: The population of the state is more than 10.12 million people. The state capital Dehradun remains to be the most populous city in the state.
Agriculture and Industry: Uttarakhand is the second fastest growing state in India. The agriculture is widely known for its basmati rice, oil, fruits help in setting up a major food processing industry in the state. Industries like tourism, hydropower, automobile, pharmaceuticals constitute the industrial development in the state.
Incremental human resource requirement: The incremental human resource requirement during 2012 – 2022 is estimated 10.51 million.
State Skill Development Mission: Uttarakhand Skill Development Mission UKSDM
West Bengal : West Bengal is widely known for its literature, its unique mode of transport (The first state to have metro rail) and reformist heritage.
GDP contribution: A contribution of 6.75%, the state ranks fifth in national GDP contribution.
Population: The state is densely populated with more than 91.35 people. Kolkata, the state capital is the most populous city with its beautiful monuments built during British rule.
Agriculture and Industry: Like other states, agriculture is the major occupation. The state witnessed a major production of rice, jute, potato, sugarcane, wheat and tea (The state’s Darjeeling tea is known for its flavor). The industrial contribution in the economy comes from the manufacturing of steel, leather, textile, jewellery, electrical goods, automobiles, railway coaches and wagons.
Incremental human resource requirement: With an incremental human resources requirement of 9.34 million, the state ranks sixth.
State Skill Development Mission: Paschim Banga Society For Skill Development
Karnataka : Initially known as the state of Mysore, Karnataka is the seventh largest state by area.
GDP contribution: It is the sixth-largest contributor to India’s GDP with 5.87% contribution coming from its 30 districts.
Population: Karnataka is one of the most populated states with 61.13 million people.
Agriculture and Industry: Around 56% of the entire population is engaged in agriculture and other related activities. Karnataka is an IT hub and a biotechnology leader, has a large number of public sector undertakings including BHEL, HAL and oil refineries. Service sectors like tourism is also a major employment provider.
Incremental human resource requirement: The expected incremental human resource requirement will be 8.48 million during 2012 and 2022.
State Skill Development Mission: Karnataka Vocational Training and Skill Development Corporation (KVTSDC):
Madhya Pradesh : With largest reserves of copper and diamond, Madhya Pradesh is called ‘Heart of India’.
GDP contribution: Madhya Pradesh contribution in India’s GDP is 4.15%
Population: The state is fifth most populous in India with a people count of more than 72.60 million and second largest state in terms of area covered.
Agriculture and Industry: Madhya Pradesh is known to be having an agrarian economy with crops like wheat, soyabean, etc and some minor forest productions like tendu leaves etc. Having 5 SEZs, the state has major IT, agro – based andmineral based companies. It is a preferred tourist with its forests and monuments bei..


Dussehra 2016 !!!!


Dussehra popularly also known as Vijayadashami, was celebrated on 11th October, 2016. The name Dussehra is derived from Sanskrit word Dasha-hara which means Dashanan ravan.This occasion is quiet popular festival which is celebrated across India. Vijayadashami is derived from Vijay which means victory and Dashmi means the tenth day. The festival signifies victory of good over evil.

Dussehra is celebrated in the victory of Lord Rama who defeated demon Ravana and rescued his abducted wife Goddess Sita. Devotees make huge effigies of Ravana in India and burn it symbolizing victory of good over evil.



Education Ratio for Skilled Manpower

The government now plans to skill 40.2 crore workers by 2022 and a number of schemes including the new National Skill Development and Entrepreneurship 2015, Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana and the skill loan scheme will be launched.

CDCL is an authorized training partner to RASCI ~ NSDC. and a VTP for Chandigarh UT under PM SKill Development Initiative 2014-15. India will need around 56 million skilled workers in the booming retail sector by 2022, which is currently estimated at $ 435 billion and expected to witness a CAGR of 18.1 per cent over the next 4-5 years to touch $ 848 billion, according to a NSDC report.

There will be a considerable rise in demand for skilled manpower in retail sector as the industry has been growing at a steady pace, fuelled by factors like changing lifestyles, rising disposable incomes, favourable demographics, and easy credit availability, according to the report.


9th FICCI Global Skills Summit

skill education

The 9th FICCI Global Skills Summit successfully concluded on 15.09.2016 at the Federation House,New Delhi.The theme of the summit,‘Skilling for the Future’ was most relevant and timely. The summit witnessed the participation of different stakeholders of skill development domain like Government, NSDC ,Sector Skill Councils. UBER has entered into partnerships with the National Skill Development Corporation.Through its partnership with NSDC,UBER will conduct driver training at 158 training centres of NSDC affiliates that offer training in the automobile sector.

9th FICCI Global Skills Summit concluded with the summing up by Mr.Mohandas Pai,Vote of thanks by Mr.Bijay Sahoo and Ms.Shobha Mishra Ghosh with an assurance to use the learnings and recommendations as inputs in policy formation,planning and implementation of Skill India Mission.