We are currently associated with the following governing bodies in respective areas of skill development.
RASCI is a not-for-profit, independent public limited organisation established under Section 25 of the Companies Act. We have been funded by the Government of India along with Equity participation from Retailer’s Association of India, Reliance Retail Ltd., Future Retail India Ltd., Shoppers Stop Ltd., Globus Stores (P) Ltd., Trent Ltd., Infiniti Retail Ltd. and Connaught Plaza Restaurant (P) Ltd. to function as the Apex Skill Development Council for the Retail Industry.
RASCI represents the retail industry in India.Read More
AMH SSC has been launched with a primary mandate of enhancing and to build a capacity in skill development. One of the salient features of the AMH SSC is designing of the training programmes, based on industry demands of different segments and to ensure that all successful trainees are certified through accredited assessment agency.
AMHSSC has been authorized by NSDC for evolving assessing proficiencies of skills of trainees for the apparel sector, made-ups and home furnishing for their respective subject areas.
The assessment is defined as a structured process in which evidence of performance is gathered and evaluated against approved NOS/QPs, approved by the NSDC. Assessment is the process of evidence collection of a person’s competence level through range of methods-tests, observations, interviews, assignments and professional discussion etc.
It is further mandated that the competency assessment of the candidate is being done by independent Assessing Bodies (AB) which are not involved in training delivery, to ensure an impartial assessment.Read More
Employment Directorate is responsible for registration of Ex-Servicemen, sponsoring them for employment and functioning of DGR empanelled Security Agency Scheme.Read More
The SSSDC was formed in March 2011 as a Section 25 Company (Not for Profit). As per requirement of NSDC, the board of directors comprise lead players of PSS in terms of turnover besides end users and other stake holders. These include G4S, Tops Security, Checkmate Services, Bombay Intelligence Security India, ISS SDB, SLV Security Services, SSMS, Premier Shield, Securitas India, Trig Guardforce, SAI, KSS and an Agency representing smaller companies. It is also represented by members from NSDC, CAPSI, CII, FICCI and Army Welfare Placement Organisation (AWPO) amongst others.
Aim for SSSDC is to transform the PSS from an unorganised industry to an organised one by taking initiatives on developing the driving forces of knowledge and skills to address the interests of all stakeholders of the industry.Read More
Quality Council of India (QCI) was set up jointly by the Government of India and the Indian Industry represented by the three premier industry associations i.e. Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), to establish and operate national accreditation structure and promote quality through National Quality Campaign. QCI is registered as a non-profit society with its own Memorandum of Association. QCI is governed by a Council of 38 members with equal representations of government, industry and consumers. Chairman of QCI is appointed by the Prime Minister on recommendation of the industry to the government.
The Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, is the nodal ministry for QCI. It functions through the executive boards in the specific areas i.e. Accreditation for
In addition it has an exclusive Board for promotion of Quality.Read More