NSDC Partnership admin September 29, 2023
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AISECT joined hands with NSDC in May 2012 to skill 20 lakh youth in rural and semi-urban India by 2029. They’ve earmarked 20 sectors for training and plan to expand nationwide. AISECT also partners with industry associations for standards and accreditation. They prioritize critical skill development, foster models, and involve private players while offering support for multiple initiatives.

AISECT focuses on uplifting non-formal education in marginalized areas and enhancing youth employability through diverse skill development initiatives including PMKK (Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendra), PMKVY (Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana), Star, RPL, NIPUN, AMBER, Capacity Building, Seekho aur Kamao, GKRA, COVID Warriors training and SHI (Skill Hub Initiative).

Trained – 1,61,075+ Beneficiaries across India. 

Objectives of the AISECT-NSDC Partnership

  • AISECT's pivotal partnership with AISECT-NSDC aimed to address the skill gap in job seekers. This initiative has diversified into various domains, striving to establish a sustainable skill ecosystem for nationwide development.
  • AISECT supports skill development training programs by offering online and offline placement services for trained individuals.
  • AISECT aims to strengthen and expand its Content Creation Centre as the core of its ongoing skill development initiatives.
  • To develop ultra-low-cost, high-quality, innovative business models with partners.
  • Focused Trades - IT/ITes, Hardware and networking, Livelihood & Vocational Training, Banking, Financial Services & Insurance, Agriculture, Teacher’s training, Marketing & Retail, Apparel & Textile, Tourism & Hospitality, Telecom, Beauty & Wellness and Construction.

Through this partnership, AISECT has increased its spread across the country and stands committed to the Skill India Mission.

Best Practice Recognition Award 2013, for the category ‘Student Enrollment’ by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).

Key Endeavors

AISECT offers online and offline placement services to skilled individuals, connecting them with opportunities.
We’re building the AISECT Content Creation Centre as the cornerstone of ongoing skill development efforts.
AISECT collaborates with partners to develop ultra-low-cost, high-quality business models, fostering innovation.

Focus on Diverse Trades

Our initiatives encompass a wide array of sectors, including IT/ITes, Hardware and Networking, Livelihood & Vocational Training, Banking, Financial Services & Insurance, Agriculture, Teacher’s Training, Marketing & Retail, Apparel & Textile, Tourism & Hospitality, Telecom, Beauty & Wellness, and Construction.

Expanding Our Footprint

Through this partnership, AISECT has extended its reach across the nation, dedicated to the Skill India Mission.


Best Practice Recognition Award (Student Enrollment Category in 2013)

Over 9 lakh Cumulative Student Registrations

70% Placement Rate in the last 3 years

NSDC-Driven Projects

Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendras (PMKK)

As part of NSDC’s Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendra initiative, AISECT is actively involved in imparting skill training through 35 PMKKs in states like Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, and Tamil Nadu. These centers aim to set exemplary standards for competency-based skill development training.

Trained Beneficiaries: Over 40,810 candidates through PMKK

Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojna (PMKVY)

AISECT has been instrumental in executing PMKVY 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0. Through meticulous socio-economic surveys, we’ve customized training programs across 140 districts in 18 states, serving as a conduit for skill enhancement.

Trained Beneficiaries: 38,577 beneficiaries

Recognition of Prior Learning ( RPL )

AISECT’s involvement in PMKVY includes RPL, which recognizes and certifies individuals with prior skills and experience. This segment empowers candidates with essential domain and entrepreneurial skills.

Trained Beneficiaries: 8,680 beneficiaries

Capacity Building

Our participation in Capacity Building extends across multiple states, driving financial and digital literacy.

Trained Beneficiaries: 42,907 beneficiaries

Project Amber

AISECT’s implementation of Project AMBER in collaboration with NSDC and Generation India Foundation aims to bridge the skill gap among unemployed youth, offering training and job placement opportunities.

Trained Beneficiaries: 30,000 young individuals, including 50% female trainees

NIPUN - Upskilling Nirman Workers

Under the National Urban Livelihoods Mission (DAY-NULM), AISECT supports the NIPUN initiative, focused on upskilling construction workers through fresh training and upskilling programs.

Trained Beneficiaries: 100+ candidates