Indian economies are in different stages of development and industrialization process, the need remains identical demanding for strengthened workers training and up-skilling to better respond to post-crisis economic restructuring and industrial transformation. Particularly, in developing economies, the need appears to be more pressing for a highly-skilled workforce.
However, Marginalized youth cannot have access to the proper education because of their poor economic background. This has left a considerable chunk of youth of potential productive citizens working in the unorganized/informal sector as unskilled daily wage workers. On the other side, there is growing business sector witnessing an unprecedented growth trend creating a large demand for entry level workforce. Easily available, competent and ready to   work labor force gives India an edge over other countries helping to attract lot of investment. Hence an alternate livelihood trend for the underprivileged communities needs to be evolved.
Human resources are, in comparison with other resources, of paramount importance and the most dynamic production factor to social and economic development. Faced with population aging, skills shortage and ever intensified global competition, Indian economies strongly feel the need to take advantage of the potential of our human resources. Equipping people with knowledge and skills is vital not just for individuals to achieve career success but also for enterprises to be more adaptable and competitive in a world of rapid technological changes and industrial structuring.


Main Objectives of Skill Development are
  • To provide Livelihood promotion and social inclusion for the underprivileged youth.
  • To promote valued based training among youth and women for holistic development
  • To Assure the quality and capability of the trained personnel’s.
  • To Ensure Sustainable livelihoods for the generated skilled workforce.