RUKMANI IYER 17
JYOTI MITHBAVKAR 25
NILESHWARI NARKHEDE 27
JASON RODRIGUES 41
VIKAS SHEVADE 52
WHAT IS SKILL UP-GRADATION
What is Skill – efficiency of applying the knowledge to
complete certain task.
What is Skill up-gradation – bringing advancement in
the existing skills in order to achieve the desired
• To keep abreast with the highly competitive markets
• To remain productive in the role and the respective positions
(for all professionals)
• To meet diverse customer requirements
• To retain efficient workforce
• To innovate
• To facilitate employees to take up new Roles & Responsibilities
KINDS OF SKILLS NECESSARY
AT ALL LEVELS
JUNIOR LEVEL SENIOR LEVEL
Execution and Supervisory skills Strategic and Leadership Dimensions
Good mix of Supervisory & Tactical ability
Skills that all managers must posses
• Good Communication Ability to Motivate
• Interpersonal Skills
• Ability to Influence others
• Ability Negotiate
• Ability to lead the team
WAYS IN WHICH
Training & Classroom Sessions
WBTs for Competency Building
A Young Bank with an intention to create World class Quality
services to its clients
Inward looking and bank upon Employee Strength.
Believes in Employee Empowerment & diversification of roles and
Provide Guidelines in the Functional roles
Continuous product up-gradation and customized services are offered.
Incorporated ‘Entrepreneurship Idea Exchange’
Horizontal Job rotation
THE MINISTRY OF
OVERSEAS INDIAN AFFAIRS
The demand for unskilled workers is declining in the overseas employment market
and the future belongs to the skilled workers, preferably with multiple skills.
It is, therefore, important for India to upgrade the skills of its young work force to meet the
challenges of future needs in the overseas employment market which is having a flux of
emigrant labourers from neighboring countries.
The overseas employment market is a highly imperfect market leading to malpractices by
intermediaries, low wages, poor working conditions and exploitation of workers. The
situation becomes worse due to lack of awareness and skills amongst emigrant workers.
In such a scenario, there is a need for Government’s intervention to rectify the imperfect
conditions and to give a support system to our potential emigrant workers.
THE MINISTRY OF
OVERSEAS INDIAN AFFAIRS
The scheme was introduced in the financial year 2006-07 and implemented through
State Governments, training centers. the Ministry has drawn up a revised scheme
under which the Ministry will fund for the training of the potential emigrant workers
for skill up gradation to bridge the skill gap in the identified trades/vocations for which
the emigrant worker has been offered employment overseas and pre-departure
The training will be provided in partnership with the Ministry of Micro, Small and
Medium Enterprises (MSME), select State Governments, Apex industry
Associations, Non- Government Organizations working in the field and other key
OBJECTIVES OF THE SCHEME
To develop appropriate skills and up gradation of existing skills
amongst potential emigrants to bring up their skill level at par
with the requirement of the overseas employment market, to
enable them to compete with the emigrant workers coming
from other countries and move up in the Wage Chain.
It will empower the potential emigrants so that they are not
exploited in the host country. The ultimate output would
improve the productivity, prosperity and happiness amongst our
emigrant workers with consequent positive repercussions on
remittances and national development.
KEY FEATURES OF THE
• Orientation programme specific to the countries.
• Demand driven short term training courses based on overseas market requirements.
Duration of training programme ranging from 15 days to 3 months depending upon the
requirement and skill gap
• Flexible delivery mechanism
• Training to be provided by centers under the Government, private sectors, NGOs and
• Optimum utilization of existing infrastructure to make training cost effective
• Testing and certification of prior learning (formally acquired skills of persons)
• Periodic review and ranking of training providers with a view to establish and rectify
deficiencies and at the same time reorganize the best performing institutions and for
establishing best practices.
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SCHEME
• By entering into appropriate partnerships with key
stakeholders like the MSME, State Governments, Apex
Industrial Associations, reputed NGOs working in the field etc.
• Through various Vocational Training Providers under the
Government, Public and Private Sector and Industrial
establishments. The Steering Committee formed at the Ministry
level will be responsible for successful implementation of the
• It will be designated in each state for coordination between the
different institutions of the MSME, the State Governments and
the apex industry associations.