IT-ITeS Sector Skills Council NASSCOM (SSC NASSCOM) Governing Council has been formed for the common purpose of talent development for the IT-BPM industry.The Basic Learning for Future Technologies platform to provide basic and advance level courses on latest technologies to students, universities & corporations.
Leather industry in India is at the helm of making a wide range fashion and lifestyle products with international quality and standards. However, the industry is facing acute skill deficit to achieve growth targets and compete in international markets.In addition to the scope for growth, Indian leather industry has the unique advantage of surplus skilled and unskilled workforce who can be trained to meet the industry demands in finished leather, footwear and goods.
Life Sciences Sector
LSSSDC, established by and for the Life Sciences Sector in India, will serve to address skill gaps across functional areas and levels in the Sector, by helping to generate a sustained stream of high quality skilled individuals, approx. 2.1 million in number— over 10 years. This will help in ensuring growth and competitiveness of the Sector, whilst giving these individuals access to gainful employment in this space
Logistics is regarded as the backbone of the economy, providing efficient and cost effective flow of goods on which other commercial sectors depend. Logistic industry in India is evolving rapidly, it is the interplay of infrastructure, technology and new types of service providers, which defines whether the logistic industry is able to help its customers reduce their costs in logistic sector and provide effective services.
Media & Entertainment Sector
Founded in 2012, Media & Entertainment Skills Council is a Not-for-Profit Organization, registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. The Council has been promoted by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) with financial support by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). MESC has a mandate to create 11.74 lakhs (1.2 mn approx.) skilled workforce by 2022 and contribute to the National Skill Mission of creating 500 million skilled workforce by 2022.
Taking cognizance of the demand and supply gaps of skilled workforce faced by the Mining Industry and in consonance with the Government of India’s target of skilling for about 500 million workers by 2022 by setting up of Sector Skill Councils, FIMI as a responsible industry association took initiatives for setting up the Sector Skill Council in Mining.