NSDC invite proposals for funding in several sectors. Here you will find documents and guidelines to be followed to be an NSDC affiliated training partner.
Join the Skill India Mission by becoming NSDC training partner. To know more about the same
NSDC Funding Guidelines
Non Funding Proposal Guidelines
Notice-Fee Structure for Affiliation
These Technical & Financial templates are required to be submitted with all proposals along with
Funding Proposal Docket
Non-Funding Proposal Docket
Draft Investment Agreement Template
Draft Revenue Sharing Agreement Template
Draft Loan Template
Society & Trust
The guidelines for monitoring policy define the parameters and the main components that form a complete monitoring configuration. It assists NSDC and all the stakeholders to effectively monitor the performance of training partners and Sector Skill Councils across social and financial parameters.
Monitoring Policy for Training Partners
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Training numbers considered by NSDC
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Appendix – Monitoring Policy for Training Partners
Monitoring Policy for Sector Skill Councils
Appendix 1 – Annual Plans Template
Appendix 2 – Utilization Certificate Template
Appendix 2.1 – Utilization Certificate Annexure
Appendix 3 – Request Letter Template
Appendix 4 – Undertaking Template
To fulfil its objectives of enhancing, supporting and coordinating private sector initiatives for skill development, NSDC is looking for proposals to create Sector Skill Councils that can focus on skill development for a particular industry sector, and which can be the organisation to bring together all stake holders to manage current and future skill needs of that industry sector. Apart from the 31 Sector Skill Councils (SSCs) approved by NSDC Board till date, we are seeking to add 4 more SSCs in the current financial year. NSDC requests you to study the proposal submission guidelines to understand NSDC's evaluation criteria.
Proposal Submission Guidelines
Financial Template for Sector Skill Council
Section 25 Firm MoA Template
Society MoA Template
We are pleased to release the master copy of the Affiliation Protocol Document. Henceforth all Affiliation initiatives of the SSCs will be under the guidelines set by this document. It is requested that if any SSC has put into circulation any Affiliation Document prior to release of this document, it may please be withdrawn and made non-functional with
The various fees portions are kept blank and are left to the discretion of the SSCs. There will be a differential fee structure for the NSDC funded partners and non-NSDC funded partners. It is recommended that the endeavour of the SSC to affiliate the NSDC funded partner should be to cover the costs only.
All those SSCs who are keen to initiate affiliation process will ask NSDC for the editable word copy. This document has two parts, the first part covers general guidelines which are common for all SSCs and are non-negotiable and the second part has SSC Specific Requirements which can be populated wherever applicable by the concerned SSC. In case there are no requirements of the SSC, the same area can simply say “None”. Under no circumstance, this column will be deleted. After adding information under the SSC Specific Requirements columns, add your SSC logo on the header portion on the right hand corner of the page.
Please convert this document to a pdf and send a copy to NSDC for information and upload it on your website for usage.
The document talks of SDMS system (Skills Development Management System) currently under test at NSDC. All SSCs will be able to link to this SDMS system very shortly. SDMS will automate the affiliation process.
Affiliation Protocol Document
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The NSDC has adopted a differentiated approach to supporting private sector initiatives depending on the target segment. Based on the marketability of the skill group and income level of the student population, there are three segments across which the NSDC
NSDC provides skill development funding either as loans or equity, and supports financial incentives to select private sector initiatives to improve financial viability through tax breaks etc.