Freshly pass-outs are always in a dilemma to choose the right career path and need constant guidance in order to make an informed choice.
They have caliber and dedication to work, but lack of knowledge about job opportunities in the market keep them at a bay.
No experience of the ‘real world’ leaves them with no professional skills and lowered confidence.
Individuals skilled as per the industry standards are always deficit in number. Assigning the right job to the right person on right time is an intense task.
In order to keep individual growth in check, industries need to update their employees’ skills and retain the qualitative talent.
Due to rapid change in trends and technologies, individual skills require upgrade every 5 years to avoid stagnation in their job execution.
Educated youth is not acquiring employment as per their caliber and qualifications. Every industry is going through this tough phase.
Majority of education institutions don’t let their aspirants deal with real world problems with practical means.
Upgrading individual skills with latest technologies and contemporary methodologies is an expensive matter that needs financial support.
Government has established various skill development-oriented nodal bodies, and also assigned funds to accomplish its vision to develop India as a knowledge economy. Still, there is an urgent need to make their operations more serviceable.
Majority of Indian youth prefers conventional education over vocational training; stereotyping it as an uncomplimentary aid, not helping them grow their career further. Changing this mentality is quite a task.
Graduation pursuing youth sometimes escalates its expectation level from the industries. It keeps digging the gap between what job seeker is looking for and what employer is offering.
Garnering funds and resources is a daunting task in itself, but their efficient management can be even more difficult. Many NGOs struggle to balance and audit their books effectively, which in turn hits their credibility.
It’s always hard to gauge the efficacy and measure the impact of NGOs and charitable organisations. This can prove to be a hurdle when it comes to scaling up operations.
Too often NGOs find it difficult to leverage their excellent groundwork and translate it into success due to lack of networking and communication with other NGOs.
Our groundbreaking job-oriented training programmes are ever ready to help the students in need to make an ideal career choice. More value is added to these niche training programmes’ content with the feedback received from the main-core industry experts.
We bridge the gap between job seekers and job facilitators by providing industry-specific training to one and all, and working towards improving their overall job skills from every possible aspect.
To cater to various industrial needs of the hour, we have up-skilling and re-skilling programmes lined-up as per the requirement of specific industry.
We instil the appropriate industry-oriented skills in right candidate and make each individual job-ready.
In order to cope with attrition, we bring our well-thought sourcing strategies to good use by providing the industry with newly skilled candidates.
Our innovative approach to infuse contemporary work skills in eager individuals keep the industry up-to-date with new age practices.
We facilitate eager-to-learn aspirants in a dire need of industrial training and help them enhance their operational efficiency in order to attain the employment of their choice.
Other than having a line-up of smart existing partners, we are constantly on a lookout for more prestigious academic institutions, who are also aiming to contribute their bit in making India more skillful.
Our affiliation with government bodies and partnership with major industry leaders help us to provide up-to-date training to aspiring individuals.
After identifying core team’s working strengths, CMC Skills proceeds to analyse opportunities, documenting the blueprint and executing the training plan either with the cooperation of the government or by acting as its nodal agency with proper aid.
At CMC Skills, we aim to leverage the relationship between the most important stakeholders of skill development mission, i.e. government and industry. After aiding the government in accomplishing its mission of skilling the nation, we manoeuver the procedures and know-how of the private sector in order to support the government initiatives.
When it comes to skill development strategies under government schemes and initiatives, we make them reach the masses in need by promoting them across the nation, with the aim that their implementation come out as effective and efficient actions.
At CMC Skills, we enable our NGO partners to work with CSR professionals who have extensive skills to conduct operations for NGOs and other charitable organisations. Their specific skill-set helps these organisations walk through cumbersome accounting processes and help them capitalise on their funds.
Our PPP approach to develop individual skills, enables NGO employees to work in dynamic scenarios. Their skill-set helps make processes organised and streamline workflow, thus making NGOs’ work quantifiable.
Our Pan-India reach let us enable NGOs with not just domain expertise, but also with employees who are well versed in coordinating operations between different NGO setups.
Moving forward in life, an individual need to believe in his or her capabilities and possess skills to create wonders.
Understanding this reality, we, CMC Skills Pvt. Ltd., came into existence as a reliable skill development agency to train and improve the skills of people belonging to different strata of the society, thereby, empowering them to make progress in society.
Education is not just meant to acquire knowledge, instead it is directed towards empowering a person.
Training an individual is like sharpening a sword from time to time for better performance.
Education and training help towards empowering individuals to unlock potential opportunities.
The Jharkhand Skill Development Mission Society (JSDMS) represents the Government of Jharkhand's vision to establish Mega Skill Centres in Ranchi and East Singhbum. Their ultimate goal is to convert them into centres of excellence that target skill-training for specialised sectors, like Manufacturing/ Strategic Manufacturing, Agriculture and Food Processing , Electronics, Telecom , IT and ITES, Handicrafts and Handlooms, Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI), Housing, Hospitality, Retail, Tourism, and Apparels, Textiles and Garments.
The Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana-National Urban Livelihoods Mission (DAY-NULM) is a Government of India initiative, that aspires to alleviate urban poverty through skill development. To further their mission, the DAY-NULM has taken the help of CMC Skills for their venture in Nawada, Bihar. By partnering with us, they aim to realise their vision - to deliver an asset in the form of skills to urban poor for sustainable livelihood. It was possible only through structured, market-oriented certification. That’s exactly what we are delivering, as we leverage our industry-expertise to help candidates by
The Rotary Club of Madras, a prestigious name in the global philanthropic community, commissioned an ambitious project to impart value-adding skill training to unskilled candidates. In a tie-up with the Indian Clearing Corporation Limited (ICCL), the 'CSR-ICCL' project was incorporated as a CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) activity that would benefit skill-deficient sectors, like Apparel and IT. CMC Skills was selected as the training-partner, with the project aiming to train 150 candidates under two different courses
The Bihar Skill Development Mission is a path-breaking venture that aims to tap into the earning-potential of the youth of Bihar through skill-development. Under the aegis of the Kushal Yuva Programme (KYP), the mission targets aspiring youth in the age group of 15-25 who have at least passed class 10th CMC Skills has been roped in to help bring this mission to fruition, by leveraging our industry-expertise to overcome these challenges:
An initiative of the Ministry of Rural Development, the Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushal Yojana (DDU-GKY) draws its roots from the Aajeevika Skills programme, and envisions creating livelihoods for the unemployed rural population. With special focus on vocational skill training, CMC Skills has been selected to make this project a success in Patna, Bihar.
Getting work on a regular basis was quite difficult. I was struggling to make ends meet! But thanks to CMC Skills's specialised training, I got a chance to improve my skills as a Shuttering Carpenter. They now call me the 'expert', and I'm getting more demands for work than I can manage; most of them with big companies. It’s great to wake up everyday with the promise of good work.
Coming to big city for a job was a frightening prospect. I had a bit of training as an Electrician, & lacked the skills to scale up from small odd-jobs. CMC Skills helped me become a master of my trade with their in-depth Electrician-training programme. I now manage fittings for entire houses & offices on my own! It feels amazing to have been given a chance to take control of my life.
I was put to work at a young age as a daily labourer at construction sites. My earning was not enough to support my family. I longed to train myself for better jobs, but never got any help. CMC Skills came to my rescue, enabling me with skills of a Welder. My new found expertise and certification keeps the work pouring in, and I can hold up my head high, knowing that my family enjoys a better life.
It is almost impossible to get a good job without English-speaking skills. I myself never got the chance to follow my dreams, but thanks to CMC Skills's English-teaching programme, my child will get a chance to live hers. Now, she can dream big and apply for any course or job she wants, just like all the children from rich households. And I know she will make our family proud.
ASSOCHAM bestowed CMC Skills’ Founder Ms. Maya Swaminathan Sinha with the 'Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2017' in Ranchi.
The award was presented by Hon'ble Governor of Jharkhand, Smt. Draupadi Murmu.
CMC Skills has been rewarded with ‘Best Vocational Training Company Serving Social Cause- CSR’ award by Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) for “English Intervention Program” which is an in-school supplemental learning programme for students from classes UKG to 10th, providing courses on spoken & written English skills
Shri C P Singh, Minister of Urban Development, Housing & Transport Department, Govt. of Jharkhand, presented the award at the ASSOCHAM National Summit on “Skilling India — The Way Forward” on 31st July 2017.
Indian Education Network awarded CMC Skills for “Skill development through PPP model”
Mega Skill Centre of CMC Skills has received the 'Training Center of the Year' award from Jharkhand Government, recognising its outstanding performance in the field of skill development.
The programme was organised by Jharkhand Skill Development Mission Society on the eve of the World Youth Skills Day at the Tata College, Chaibasa, Jharkhand on 15th July 2018.
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