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April 21, 2018

Empanelment of Semi-Government Training Service Providers for implementation of Mukhya Mantri Kaushal Samvardhan Yojna (MMKSY) and Mukhya Mantri Kaushalya Yojna (MMKY) in Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal : Madhya Pradesh State Skill Development Mission (MPSSDM) is the nodal agency for Skill Development in the State. The Mission is registered as a Society under the Indian Societies’ Act and aims at developing the State level agenda for skilling, and coordinating & guiding the 20 other departments engaged in implementing skill development programmes in the State. The mission is chaired by the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and the Hon’ble Minister – Department of Technical Education and Skill Development is the Executive Chairman of MPSSDM. The Principal Secretary – Department of Technical Education and Skill Development is the Mission Director and the CEO – MPSSDM is the Member Secretary.

In order to ensure that the State is able to translate the large availability of working age population into a demographic advantage, the State has launched two schemes namely MMKSY and MMKY which aim at raising the skilling quotient of the youth in the State by providing access to short-term demand driven training courses in employable trades. Under these schemes, it planned to train 4.50 Lakh candidates annually through various Training Service Providers (TSPs).

Following types of organizations would be eligible to submit their proposals under this EoI –

1. According to the Companies Act –

• A “Government company” as defined under Section 2(45) of the Companies Act, 2013 as “any company in which not less than 51% of the paid-up share capital is held by the Central Government, or by any State Government or Governments, or partly by the Central Government and partly by one or more State Governments, and includes a company which is a subsidiary company of such a Government company”.
• A “subsidiary company” or “subsidiary” of a Government Company would also be categorized as a Government Company provided the Government Company.

(i) Controls the composition of the Board of Directors;
(ii) Exercises or controls more than one-half of the total share capital either at its own or together with one or more of its other subsidiary companies.

2. According to the Societies’ Registration Act –

“State Aided Society” means a society which receives or has received aid, grant or loan or has received land or building or both on concessional rates and other facilities from the Central Government or State Government or any Statutory Body.

Note: –

i. Organizations must be registered on or before 01 April 2015 (Certificate of Incorporation needs to be submitted)
ii. Consortiums, sub-contracting and franchisee models are not allowed under the schemes (Affidavit from the bidder needs to be submitted).
iii. Organizations must not be black-listed from any government/semi-government/other entities (Affidavit from Bidder needs to be submitted)

Scope of Work :

1. Mobilization, counseling and registration of eligible candidates

a. Awareness creation in the district in which the TSP has been empanelled
b. Facilitate self-registration of interested candidates on MPSSDM portal

2. Course and curriculum design

a. Training should be imparted only in NSQF aligned courses.
b. TSP needs to mention the sector in which it intends to provide training in the Technical Proposal.
c. Training Service Provider will have to prepare the course content as per the QP/NOS norms prescribed by the concerned Sector Skill Council (SSC) before initiation of the training programmes or at the time of Centre Affiliation.
d. TSP to provide the course content and training kit to all the trainees. The cost of content and training kit will be borne by TSPs.

3. Training Centre

a. Setting up of Training Centre by the Training Service Provider as per SSC and MPSSDM norms.
b. Getting the training centre affiliated by MPSSDM.
c. Running the training programmes as per NSQF norms and guidelines / SOP of MMKSY issued by MPSSDM.
d. TSPs will be required to bear the cost of training and all associated expenses based on the Common Norms Notification, 2016 issued by Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, GoI and changes in the same from time to time.

4. Placement of candidates

A minimum placement of 70% (minimum 50% wage and maximum 20% self-employment) will be mandatory for Training Service Providers. However, the sector-wise ratio for wage:self employment would be finalized by MPSSDM but the overall placement percentage would not be less than 70%.

5. Post placement tracking

The TSP will have to maintain a tracking system of all candidates placed and report the status on a monthly basis. MPSSDM retains the right to validate the reports from the employer/trainees. The scope of work would be governed by the Standard Operating
Procedures issued by MPSSDM and changes in the same from time to time.

Interested agencies fulfilling eligibility conditions as mentioned above can submit their detailed proposal for empanelment of Training Service Providers (TSPs) to the CEO, MPSSDM at the below mentioned address.

Reception Desk,
Madhya Pradesh State Skill Development Mission
Gas ITI Campus, Raisen Road, Govindpura, Bhopal 462023

Last date to apply: 16 January 2018, 1600 hours (04:00 PM)

To view the EOI document, Click Here

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