The engineering and fabrication industry is the largest out of all the industrial segments of India, accounting for about 3% of the country’s GDP and providing employment to more than 4 million semi-skilled and skilled workers. The future outlook of the industry is expected to grow even more, owing it to the development of infrastructure, favorable policies, new investments in the oil and gas, power projects, and petrochemical industries.
The contribution of India in global fabrication exports is anticipated to grow. Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) has come out with Common Norms for implementation of skill development schemes of various Ministries/Departments. Since, the State Government has made RSLDC as a nodal organization to implement all such schemes and therefore RSLDC has adopted common norms for their implementation including ELSTP sponsored by the State Government.
In view of adoption of common norms, RSLDC has revised the guidelines and has identified NSQF compliant job roles/MES courses which offer wage/self employment opportunities within and outside the State. To meet skilled manpower requirement in the sector, RSLDC invites EOI is being issued to invite proposals for setting up training facilities in the Fabrication Production and Manufacturing sector anywhere in the State.
Last date for submission: 27 March 2017, 1700 hours (05:00 PM)