Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) 2016-2020 is a flagship scheme of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) was launched in year 2016 with an outlay of Rs 12000 crore to train 1 crore youth of the country. PMKVY Scheme is being implemented by the state governments along with central government through two components – CSSM and CSCM. A target of 20.5 lakh was allocated to states under the CSSM component wherein the SSDMs are responsible for the formation of institutional capacities at state/ local level and working as the implementing agency in entire scheme. Under the CSCM component, the target of 79.5 lakh candidates was assigned to NSDC.
Since the launch of the scheme, NSDC has been allocating targets under all three format of training component of the scheme to accredited and affiliated training centres as per the PMKVY guidelines and subsequent directions of PMKVY Executive Committee and Steering Committee.
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Annual Target Allocation for CSCM component FY19-20 is to be done through routes like RFP and performance-based re-allocation. Below is a list of categories that will be covered for allocation:
- Request for proposal (RFP) for new organisations
- Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendra (PMKK)
- Academic Institutions, Govt MoUs (including direct onboarding of government institutions), ScPWD & Employer led short term training, CB scheme
- Performance based Target Reallocation for existing PMKVY TCs (includes re-allocation for TPs selected in 2018-19 RFP)
This RFP concerns the RFP route for target allocation to give opportunity to new organizations who have not been associated with PMKVY 2016-20, to incentivize well performing existing TPs and to invite organizations for employer led models.
The aim of providing target via the RFP route, is to promote high quality educational institutions, reputed philanthropic organizations, not for profit organizations, new training providers, who have not been associated with PMKVY 2016-19. The RFP will also consider target allocation to well performing existing TPs to incentivize them. Proposals aim to bring organization working in aspirational and underserved district (Annexure 17.5) especially with marginalized community. Further, targets under Employer led model will be allocated to the proposals submitted either by employers or other organizations in consortium with employers. RFP mode aims for wider skilling outreach through target allocation across regions and geography.