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NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING (NCVT)


The TF NCVT project aims at creating opportunities for low cost, market oriented professional training with maximum practical exposure. Following are the highlights of the project:

  • Central government recognized certificate courses.
  • Monetary support from central and state government.
  • Franchising with NGOs all over the state to impart training to unprivileged youth.

Tomorrow’s Foundation is privileged to provide training under following three sectors/vocations:

  • Garment Making
  • Screen Printing
  • Information and Communication Technology

Description of the project:

In order emphasize on Skill Development of the deprived children, especially those with poor educational qualification and background;  very few opportunities for skill development are available. Most of the existing Skill Development programmes are long term in nature. Poor and less educated children cannot afford long term training programmes due to high entry qualifications criteria and high training cost.

Therefore a new framework for skill development for the informal sector has been evolved by the DGET, Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India under the umbrella of NCVT.

The garment making unit

Objective of the scheme are to provide vocational training to the above referred groups (out of school youth & existing workers especially in the informal sector) to improve their employability by optimally utilizing the infrastructure available in Govt, private institutions and the Industry. Existing skill of the persons can also be tested and certified under this scheme to build capacity in the area of development of competency standards, course curricula, learning material and assessment standards in the country.

The computer training unit
   
Present status:

Total no of students in NCVT is 134.
Total no of students in computer unit is 75.
Total no of students in garment making unit is 59.

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