Bihar Skill Development Mission (BSDM) is mandated to implement all skill development programmes in the State of Bihar. The vision is to increase the capacity and capability of the system to deliver quality skill training and professional knowledge to the youth of Bihar to enhance their employability and bridge the skill deficit with a view to meet the growing demand for skilled man power in various economic sectors by setting up Skill Development Centers (SDCs).
Bihar has been allocated target under Centrally Sponsored State Managed (CSSM) Component of Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojna (PMKVY) State Engagement. In the next three years (2017-2020) BSDM will train 56489 candidates in different Job Roles under Category 1 (as enlisted in Annexure 7) under the CSSM Component of PMKVY. Out of the target of 56489, a target of 16434 has already been allotted to successful applicants of previous RFP. Hence, the present RFP calls for proposals for the remaining allocation of target in next three years (2017-20) for the Job Roles (as mentioned in Annexure-7).
Allocation of target to specific applicant for a specific job role would be made keeping in mind the overall target of BSDM, based on the demand of particular job role and the capacity and availability of centers run by applicants of this RFP. BSDM may increase the number of job roles to be covered under category 1, in future, based on demand of job roles and capacity of the centers.
In view of above, Principal Secretary, Dept. of Labour Resources, Govt. of Bihar- cum- CEO, Bihar Skill Development Mission (BSDM), invites sealed proposals from Training Providers for “Empanelment of Training Providers with Bihar Skill Development Mission for running Skill Development Center/s under Centrally Sponsored and State Managed (CSSM) Component of Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) for specified Job Roles under Category 1 in the State of Bihar”.
Last date to apply: 22 December 2017, 1500 hours ( 03:00 PM )
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