Rubber Skill Training gets a boost in marginalized sections of the country
Continuing with its drive to extend the benefits of skilling to the marginalized sections of the society, Rubber Skill Development Council has tied up with the National Scheduled Castes Finance and Development Corporation (NSFDC), under the aegis of Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, has been set up with the objective to promote socio-economic development of scheduled castes, living below the poverty line, by providing financial assistance through income generating schemes and by developing their skills.
Under the terms of the MoU, RSDC will implement National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) aligned skill development training programs sponsored by NSFDC. RSDC will ensure that candidates who are not already employed in the sector are the actual beneficiary of skilling programmes under this MoU.
RSDC was awarded 1260 numbers for conducting fresh training in the rubber sector. The trainings are being conducted across the country. RSDC affiliated training partners have enthusiastically stepped up to be a part of this project. Trainings in the job roles of Junior Rubber Technician and Mill Operator trainings have concluded in Jalandhar. The students have been offered placements in various rubber industries situated across Jalandhar. Training for Mill Operator and Compression Moulding Operator job roles are undergoing in Telengana, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Bihar, West Bengal and Punjab.
The industry is urged to step up and hire these skilled candidates so that they can get an opportunity for a better life and a bright future.
RSDC collaborates with Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (HSIIDC)
Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (HSIIDC) and RSDC have entered into an understanding for skill development initiatives in the fast emerging industrial state of the country. HSIIDC is the nodal agency for the development of industrial infrastructure in the state of Haryana. HSIIDC is also mandated to provide skill development trainings to the people in the areas around the industrial estates.
Under the MoU, RSDC will assist HSIIDC in providing skill training to approximately 10000 candidates in the 1st year itself, across various job roles. The understanding also directs development of the rubber sector, in the identified 139 villages, in Haryana, through skill training programs.
HSIIDC will align its training programs with QP-NOS developed by RSDC as per the National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF). The job roles, for which training will be provided, include Junior Rubber Technician, Tyre Fitter, Tyre Retreading, Material Handling & Storage operator, Injection Moulding Operator, Mill Operator and Compression Moulding Operator.