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  • RFQ for the selection of photographer and videographer for Team India participating at WorldSkills 2017 Download

  • Corrigendum No. 1 to Invitation for Empanelment of Law Firms for Providing Legal Services Support to NSDC under Framework Agreement – IFP No. IFP/LEGAL/2017/0014 Download

  • EoI : Shortlisting Training Partners : VE in schools in Punjab | 2017-18 Download

  • Bid Document - Empanelment of Event Management Agencies Download

  • Corrigendum no.3 Hiring of an Agency for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Download

  • Corrigendum No 2 to: “REOI EOI/IT/2017/0017 for Hiring of an Agency for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Implementation at NSDC” Download

  • Corrigendum 1- Hiring of an Agency for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Implementation Download

  • Minutes of the Pre-bid meeting of Empanelment of Event Management Agencies Download

  • Procurement of Loan Management System on Software as a Service (SaaS) basis including customization, installation and Operations & Maintenance Download

  • Minutes of the pre-bid meeting of Empanelment of law firms for providing legal services support to NSDCDownload

NSDC – committed to build a skilled India

NSDC stands for National Skill Development Corporation. It’s one of its kinds Public Private Partnership, which aims to skill 150 million youth in India across 21 high priority sectors and the unorganized sector.

 

Simply put, NSDC funds skill training and development programmes in the country. It is also engaged in advocacy and training programmes, conducting in-depth research to discover skill gaps in the Indian workforce, and developing accreditation norms. Here’s the list of priority sectors that NSDC focuses on; it is, however, it is pertinent to mention that the focus of NSDC is not limited to these sectors alone:

  1. Automobile/auto-components
  2. Electronics hardware
  3. Textiles and garments
  4. Leather and leather goods
  5. Chemicals and pharmaceuticals
  6. Gems and jewellery
  7. Building and construction
  8. Food processing
  9. Handlooms and handicrafts
  10. Building hardware and home furnishings
  11. IT or software
  12. ITES-BPO
  13. Tourism, hospitality and travel
  14. Transportation/logistics/warehousing and packaging
  15. Organised retail
  16. Real estate
  17. Media, entertainment, broadcasting, content creation, animation
  18. Healthcare
  19. Banking/insurance and finance
  20. Education/skill development
  21. Unorganised sector

 

In a short period of time, NSDC has been able to make a positive impact in the lives of millions of youth across the country with its efforts to promote skill development programmes. These programs not only skill or up-skill youth, but also help them become employed and improve their livelihood.

 

NSDC is a mission in itself, a mission to make India the skill capital of the world, a mission that India’s Prime Minister Shri Narender Modi has mentioned about on several occasions in the recent past.

 

Read more about NSDC, and how it is helping the youth take up great careers in different industries.