About the Organization:
Rajasthan is the first state in India to establish a mission for livelihoods, in September 2004, in order to address the challenges of unemployment and ensuring gainful and sustainable employment by formulating appropriate and innovative strategies for the poor and vulnerable people. RSLDC was incorporated as Section 25 Company, a Not for Profit company, on 17th August, 2010 with the Chief Secretary as the Chairman of the Company. As part of its major action, it established skill Training mechanism by involving training partner agencies to execute the training program across the State. RSLDC currently operates by employing multipronged strategies to engage stakeholders from industries, training institutes, education sector, associations and government bodies with various active Skill Development Centers.
- To boost employment and uplift the people of state, RSLDC has initiated an Employment, Generation Programme to provide skill development and employment benefits to youth through its scheme called - RAJKViK.
- TO attract proposals from professional skill training provider to organize short term skill training programme and to empanel them as training provider
- Enhance an individual's employability to adapt to changing technologies and labor market demands
- Improve productivity and living standards of people
Role of Training Partner:
The responsibility of Training Partner will be as below:
- Ensuring provision of the minimum hardware / tools and equipment prescribed for each Module as per NSQF at the training center, without which implementation of training programme shall not be allowed by the RSLDC.
- Establishing placement tie-ups for trained youth in reputed organizations / industries
- Sole responsibility of identification / mobilization of candidates (though RSLDC may assist them in the process).
- imparting training in strict adherence its per the curriculum and job roles / trades-based courses prescribed under NSCIF
- Structuring the required training inputs including training material, content and curriculum, training infrastructure, assessment methodology etc
- Ensuring quality of training as per the required standards and specifications
- Coordinating with potential employers and industrial networking for placement of trained youth
- Post placement counseling and tracking of placed youth
- The Agency should be a registered Proprietorship/Partnership Firm/Private Limited Company/Public Limited Company/Society/Trust/Association/ Government institutions/ Public Sector Units/Universities/Higher educational institutes including technical and professional institutes having affiliation or recognition of relevant Board or Council and submit Covering letter as per Annexure-1 and applicant details with relevant documents as per Annexure-2
All the agencies mentioned above should -
- have been active and operational continuously anywhere in the country for the last three years on the date of application.
- For agencies already operating in tha skill development field OR For agencieg not presently workinq in Skill Development Domain
- All Agencies are required to submit copy of audited financials (turnover and positive net worth) for the last three financial years (as described at 2 (b)) and details as per Annexure-3A and 38
- Joint Ventures (JV)/ Special Purpose Velricles (SPV) are also permitted to apply. At least one of thre members of the .JV/SPV should be able to meet the financial eligibility independently. The terrns & condition of JV/SPV is as per Annexure-8,
- Government institutions shall be exempted from all eligibility criteria, They shall however have to submit their fields of expertise in which they wish to conduct training and placements.
- Should not have been blacklisted by any donor agency/ State Government' Central Government. A self-certificate must be submitted as per Annexure 6.
- The applicant/agency must read the RAJKVIK guidelines and circulars issued by RSLDC (as amended from time to time) before filling the proposal, The applicants are required to provide self-declaration in consonance with common norms
Duration: 2 years from the date of signing of MoU and will be extended for 1 year at a time subjected to performance and maximum upto 5 years