Gainful livelihood for every aspirant
Enabling and enhancing livelihoods directly or through eco-system strengthening
The strategy to achieve a large impact is both through direct interventions with youth as well as interventions in organisations in the skill development ecosystem, who, in turn impact youth.
As per the 11th Five Year Plan published by the Indian Government, there will be a shortage of 55 million skilled workers in 2022 in the rest of the world, whereas India will have a surplus of 47 million skilled workers.
We will continue to scale up the courses which skill the unemployed youth for careers in the formal sectors. This would be through our centres and various partner centres. We will continue to bring in focus on select sectors which have sustained an increased demand for careers. Skilling for jobs in the IT/digital sector has grown significantly during the last year and will continue to grow.
Tata STRIVE is aligned with the 25 sectors of focus identified by the Union Government as well as skill gaps identified by the National Skill Development Corporation.
Skill development in formal sector aims to train learners for employment within industries of choice or pursuing entrepreneurship through registered business activity. The training is done through centres as described below
Skill development in informal sector aims towards providing livelihood training for agriculture and allied sectors, as well as industry sectors like auto repair, apparel, construction where typically people are self-employed or work for those who are self-employed.
The intent at Tata STRIVE has always been to provide holistic training to our students, thereby helping them transition into the workplace seamlessly. To make this possible, our curriculum, doesn’t just offer training for domain skills, it also addresses the need to acquire soft skills such as grit and determination, growth mindset, communication skills, etc. Our curriculum also includes fungible skills like financial literacy, critical reasoning etc. Collectively these modules are referred to as “Youth Development Programme” – which is offered standalone in various programs as well. These modules are taught through activity-based learning or experiential learning, thereby making them more effective.
Tata STRIVE has from the start promoted the need for informed career choices being made. Picture-based games and digital tools enable the individual to understand their aptitudes which, along with counselling, helps them make the right career choices. When there is a personality–job fit, there are greater chances of students staying on the job
Tata STRIVE designed its career counselling offering in a unique way to capture the interest of an individual. We have a picture-based, gamified, language-agnostic, and customisable career assessment solution to help the youth make informed career choices. Coupled with this assessment are career discovery videos offering a view of the world of work. This gives them a realistic perspective of a particular job role and provides clarity, thereby helping them make informed career choices. Counselling services through chatbots or with a human interface were value additions made to the offering as a complete solution. Tata STRIVE intends to market this offering widely. This tool is already adopted by West Bengal government for helping their youth make informed career choices.
The Skill Development ecosystem is in need of quality improvements. Tata STRIVE contributes to this effort by offering faculty development, technology tools and platform, process improvement and quality assurance tools to its collaborators and partners so that the ecosystem at large stands to gain. As an example, Tata STRIVE’s Train the Trainer programs for trainers identified by Sector Skill Councils helps in capacity building of Faculty in various domains, so that they can deliver training more effectively to the youth.
Our course offers a good blend of domain and soft skills focusing on inner transformation and employability
Our courses are designed to help learners to excel. The induction of students to a particular course is based on a scientific selection process that maps learner interest to course choice. The instructional methodology takes into account different learning styles, thereby creating opportunities for immersive and intensive learning along with constructive collaboration.
Eligibility: ● 12th Class with 2 Years of relevant experience OR ● 10th Class + 2 year ITI with 2 Years of relevant experience OR ● Graduate (any domain) OR ● Certificate-NSQF (Automotive Sales Assistant Level 3) with 2 Years of relevant experience | Duration: 10 weeks + 4 weeks OJT
Eligibility: 5th Class with 4 Years of experience of relevant experience OR ● 8th Class with 1 Year of experience of relevant experience OR ● 9th Class OR ● Certificate-NSQF (Automotive Washer Level 2) with 2 Years of experience of relevant experience | Duration: 10 weeks + 4 weeks OJT
Eligibility: 10th Class with 1-2 Years of experience or Certificate-NSQF (Two Wheeler Service Assistant Level 3) with 1-2 Years of experience | Duration: 15 weeks + 4 weeks OJT
Eligibility: BSC IT/CS, BCA, MCA, MSC IT/CS, BE IT/CS, B.Tech IT/CS, M.Tech/ME CS/IT | Duration: 15 weeks
Eligibility: Applicant must be a STEM Graduate / BCA / MCA / BSc IT / B Tech / M Tech / BE. | Duration: 12 weeks
Eligibility: Engineering graduates and post graduates OR Science graduates and post graduates OR Students undergoing engineering and science graduation courses or masters | Duration: 50 hours
Eligibility: Final Year learners of BE/BTech/MTech, BCA, MCA, BSc (CS/IT), MSc (cs/it), BSc, BSc(Maths/Statistics/IT) | Duration: 6 Weeks
Eligibility: Final Year learners of BE/BTech/MTech, BCA, MCA, BSc (CS/IT), MSc (cs/it), BSc, BSc(Maths/Statistics/IT) | Duration: 6 weeks
Eligibility: Final Year learners of BE/BTech/MTech, BCA, MCA, BSc (CS/IT), MSc (cs/it), BSc, BSc(Maths/Statistics/IT) | Duration: This course will help you learn knowledge and skills to work as Data Analytics Professional in IT/ITES industry
Eligibility: 8th Pass | Duration: 17 weeks + 4 weeks OJT
Eligibility: ● 12th Class/I.T.I (two years after class 10th) OR ● 12th Class/I.T.I (one year after class 10th with 1 year of experience in the food production sector) OR ● Certificate-NSQF (level-3 Assistant Chef) | Duration: 19 weeks + 8 weeks OJT
Eligibility: ● 10th Class/I.T.I (two years after class 8th) with 1 Year of experience in Food & Beverage Service department OR ● 10th Class/I.T.I (one year after class 8th and with one year of experience) with 1 Year of experience in Food & Beverage Service department OR ● Certificate-NSQF (Level- 3 Food & Beverage Service Assistant) | Duration: 14 weeks + 4 weeks OJT
Eligibility: ● 12th Class/I.T.I. (two years after class 10th) OR ● 12th Class/I.T.I. (one year after class 10th with one year of experience) OR ● Certificate-NSQF (Level- 3 Front Office Trainee) | Duration: 11 weeks + 4 weeks OJT
Eligibility: 10th Class/I.T.I. (two years after class 8th) with one year of experience as a Housekeeping Trainee OR ● 10th Class/I.T.I. (one year after class 8th with one year of experience) with one year of experience as a Housekeeping Trainee OR ● Certificate-NSQF (Level- 3 Housekeeping Trainee) with one year of experience as a Housekeeping Trainee | Duration: 17 weeks + 4 weeks OJT
Eligibility: 5th Class with 3 Years of experience in relevant field OR 8th Class with 1 Year of experience in same occupation OR 8th Class (with ITI (2 years) | Duration: 13 weeks + 4 weeks OJT
Eligibility: ● 12th Class (in any stream) OR ● Diploma (3 yrs Govt. recognized diploma after class 10th) | Duration: 9 weeks + 4 weeks OJT
Eligibility: ● Class 10th OR ● Class 8th with 2 years of relevant experience in Client Handling | Duration: 8 Weeks
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