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Skill Development


MODULAR EMPLOYABLE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT COURSES

The need for giving emphasis on skill development especially in the educated unemployed youth (both rural and urban) has been highlighted as a need of the hour by all HR and Career experts. Unfortunately, our country’s current educational system is mostly theory oriented and does not give any emphasis on development of employable skills.

Banking And Accountancy

Accounting is a professional field that is rich in job opportunities. There is sustainable demand for efficient accounting professionals, especially in the financial sector all enterprises. Accounting and Banking Associate courses aim to meet the escalating demand for efficient entry level Accountants in the Banking and finance sectors of all enterprises and help to develop the students’ confidence by putting ample emphasis on providing them with practical knowledge of IT enabled services used in the Banking sector.

Course Name: Accounting

Code No.: BAN 101

Entry Qualification: 12th Std. & 14 yrs or above

Terminal Competency: Able to independently work as an accountant in an IT enabled office/warehouse

Duration: 450 hrs

Course Name: Banking Associate

Code No.: BAN 202

Entry Qualification: 12th + BAN 101 and 18yrs or above

Terminal Competency: Able Able to carry out various banking transactions such as deposits, credit, financing and services, interest and EMI calculation using IT enabled services used in the Banking Sector

Duration: 300 hrs

Business And Accountancy

In this age of globally expanding and exploding Businesses and commercial activity, human resource management and practical training in analysing/assessing financial data, reconciling ledgers, administering HR training and planning of recruitment process, etc., can be very valuable for those who wish to pursue a career in this sector. The courses in this sector aim to provide them with absolute solutions to gain qualification, work experience and professional guidance that will immensely enhance their scope of realizing an upwardly mobile career path.

Course Name: Junior Human Resource Associate

Code No.: BSC 103

Entry Qualification: Graduation or Equivalent

Terminal Competency: Able to develop a job description for recruitment by analyzing the job requirements of the given establishment and design a Training Program for the newly recruited by identifying the training need for HR development.

Duration: 480 hrs


Course Name: Junior Finance Associate

Code: BSC 104

Entry Qualification: Graduation or Equivalent

Terminal Competency: Able to analyze/assess financial data and prepare various reports/statements and maintain endowment accounts and reconcile ledgers.

Duration: 480 hrs


Course Name: Human Resouce Associate

Code: BSC 207

Entry Qualification: Graduation or Equivalent + BSC 103

Terminal Competency: Able to develop job descriptions and manage recruitment process for HR appointments consistent with Organizational policies and procedures.

Duration: 480 hrs


Course Name: Finance Associate

Code: BSC 208

Entry Qualification: Graduation or Equivalent + BSC 104

Terminal Competency: Able to: 1. Analyze/assess financial data and prepare various reports/statements; 2. Review and investigate transactions, endowment-accounts, reconcile ledgers and make recommendations responding to enquiries

Duration: 480 hrs

Travel And Tourism

Today, one of the fastest growing employment sectors offering attractive job opportunities in large numbers is the Travel & Tourism sector. The Industry looks for well trained, well groomed and dynamic young people to staff the various departments of the Industry. In travel and tourism industry, its staff is not only its employees but also its ambassadors. There is a perennial demand for appropriately qualified personnel in the Industry and it goes without saying - it is a very good career option for the young and the adventurous.

Course Name: Tour Guide for InternationalTourist

Code: TRV 208

Entry Qualification: 10 + 2 and minimum 18 years of age + any one of the Level I Course (TRV 101 - 106, 110)

Terminal Competency: Able to successfully conduct and guide the Package tour for International Tourists

Duration: 300 hrs (180 hrs relaxation will be given to those who know at least one foreign language other than English)

Course Name: Tour Agent/Travel & Tour Operator

Code: TRV 209

Entry Qualification: 10 + 2 and minimum 18 years of age + any one of the Level I Courses (TRV 101 - 106, 110)

Terminal Competency: Able to successfully coordinate and arrange Package tours and also have knowledge of entrepreneurship

Duration: 120 hrs

IT

The electronification of the globe has been largely responsible for the phenomenon called globalization that has revolutioned every sphere of human activity, especially Business and Commerce, and Information & Communication. In this age, the importance of Computer l and Internet iteracy is there for all to see. Today, irrespective of the Industry, HR Managers consider Computer skills and Internet literacy as a highly desirable accomplishments in their prospective employees as more and more departments in the industries are becoming computerized and IT enabled. It will be wise decision for candidates who have not had Computer or Internet training in schools/colleges to undergo the MES course/s in the Information & Communication Technology Sector to avoid being rejected during the recruitment process.

Course Name: Computer Fundamentals, MS Office and Internet & Soft Skills

Code: ICT 101

Entry Qualification: Minimum 8th standard and 14 years & above

Terminal Competency: Able to:

• Write, Edit and Print documents using MS-Word & Excel

• Do tabulation of data

• Prepare presentations using MS Power –Point

• Use Internet and E-mail

Duration: 120 hrs

II Course Name: Desk Top Publishing

Code: ICT 203

Entry Qualification: Minimum 8th standard and 14 years & above + MES Module on Computer Fundamentals, MS Office and Internet and Soft Skills

Terminal Competency: Able to:

• Understand various software used for desk top publishing and also to create documents with text and graphics like news paper ads, wedding cards, visiting cards, greeting cards , etc., using Page Maker, Corel Draw and Photoshop

Duration: 150 hrs

III


Course Name: Computer Hardware

Code: ICT 205

Entry Qualification: Minimum 10th standard and 14 years & above + MES Module on Computer Fundamentals, MS Office and Internet and Soft Skills

Terminal Competency: Able to:

• Assemble computers and install the peripheral devices

• Repair computers upto card level

• Install different software on computers

Duration: 180 hrs

IV


Course Name: Computer Networking

Code: ICT 206

Entry Qualification: Minimum 8th standard and 14 years & above + MES Module on Computer Fundamentals, MS Office and Internet and Soft Skills

Terminal Competency: Able to:

• Interconnect computers using switch and establish peer-to-peer, client-server connection, create users groups and allocate rights and privileges

Duration: 180 hrs

V


Course Name: Tally9.0

Code: ICT 102

Entry Qualification: Minimum 10th standard and 14 years & above + MES Module on Computer Fundamentals, MS Office and Internet and Soft Skills

Terminal Competency: Able to:

• Data Entry of transactions in Tally

• Create Financial Statements

• Analyze Financial Performance

• Generate Financial Reports for MIS

Duration : 180 hrs.

VI


Course Name: Internet Kiosk Operators

Code: ICT 208

Entry Qualification: Minimum 10th standard and 14 years & above + MES Module on Computer Fundamentals, MS Office and Internet and Soft Skills

Terminal Competency: Able to:

• Set up and run/manage a small venture like Cyber Café

• Trouble shoot day to day minor problems in Cyber Cafe

Duration: 60 hrs

Soft Skills for Employability

‘Hard skills will get you an interview, but it is soft skills that will get you the job.’

Very true! Irrespective of the Industry, HR Managers today prefer to recruit well groomed candidates with good people skills/soft skills such as self confidence, self-esteem, positive attitude, team-spirit, time management skills, empathy, diligence, initiative, good communication, fluency in spoken-English, basic/advanced computer and Internet skills, etc.. These skills have been overlooked in our education system and hence needs to be focused in today’s professional/career-oriented courses and programs.

With the aim of developing these soft skills in the educated youth in order to enhance their employability, MES Programs meant for different category/Levels of employees have been designed by the Directorate General of Employment &Training, Govt. of India.

Level 1 – Module I

Course Name: Soft Skills for Baseline Staff in Service Sector

Code: SS101

Entry Qualification: 7th class passed and 14 yrs and above

Terminal Competency: Able to project oneself effectively and efficiently; able to work in Call Centres/BPOs/Service & Support/Retail Sectors as assistant

Duration: 100 hrs

Level 1 – Module II

Course Name: Spoken English and Communication Skills

Code: SS101

Entry Qualification: 10th passed + MODULE I

Terminal Competency: Able to project oneself effectively and efficiently; able to work in Call Centres/BPOs/Service & Support/Retail Sectors as Team-Leader/ Supervisor; able to communicate effectively in writing and speaking

Duration: 180 hrs

Level III

Course Name: Soft Skills for Supervisors/ Associates

Code: SS304

Entry Qualification: 10/+2 to Graduates and 17 yrs and above

Terminal Competency: Able to:

1. project oneself effectively and efficiently

2. Carry out the task professionally in a systematic way with total customer satisfaction

3. Supervise/ lead the team for better productivity

Duration: 180 hrs