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.
These are the best-in-class multi-skilling, multi-domain centres which have standardized infrastructure and brand design, content, processes. As showcase centres, they demonstrate the Tata STRIVE student experience to visitors. It is in these centres where we pilot our innovations before scaling them across the country and ecosystem. Over the years, TSSDCs have seen many learners fulfill their aspirations through the courses we offer.
Tata STRIVE Extension Centres (TSEC) are smaller centres that focus on fewer industry domains, while the standard operating processes and quality remain the same as TSSDC.
Tata STRIVE works with multiple Implementation Partners (IP), who help us expand our reach. They follow the Tata STRIVE way – i.e. standardized content, pedagogy, processes and reporting data on the platform. Tata STRIVE trains its partners, their trainers, assesses students and implements quality checks to ensure the quality is consistent.
Tata STRIVE Institute Enrichment Program (IEP) is a programme where Tata STRIVE provides training to final year students at partner institutes in various courses as per the industry standards. Currently Tata STRIVE provides several courses at various institutes in Mumbai, Hyderabad, Indore and Bangalore. Tata STRIVE also imparts Youth Development Modules( Life Skills) in over 40 ITI’s in Odisha, in collaboration with Odisha Government
Tata STRIVE ventured into structured entrepreneurship with the ‘Nano Unicorn’ programme in Odisha. The programme was conceived to encourage ITI trained youth to become entrepreneurs, thus becoming job providers rather than job seekers while contributing to the local economy. Since then, the entrepreneurship programme has expanded into multiple locations in Maharashtra : Nashik (entrepreneurship in and around agri ecosystem), Pune (in partnership with SKF for entrepreneurship in auto sector), UP, Haryana and Odisha.
The informal sector programme of Skill Mitra Udyog Mitra is a unique rural model that offers unemployed youth apprenticeships with local businesses, thus providing the necessary work experience to perhaps start their own business. It also enables local training in job-oriented courses resulting in local employment.