The Indian paint industry has been witnessing a gradual shift in the preferences of people from the traditional whitewash to high-quality paints like emulsions and enamel paints, which is providing the basic stability for growth of the Indian paint industry.
We at KIPS have ventured to bring the hidden talent of our people, especially women who decorate walls of their own Rural areas. In association with Paint Sector Skill Council & NSDC along with the PM’s vision of Skill India, we have endeavored into Recognition of Prior Learning for existing talent to be upskilled and formally certified across various programs as per their existing skillsets and skilling the fresh beneficiaries to make them join the economic mainstream of the industry.
The Indian construction industry, aided by the promised $1 trillion investment in infrastructure, is likely to grow at the rate of over 16 per cent per annum by the end of the Twelfth Five Year Plan. Apart from being the most labor intensive sector, construction sector is one of the sectors with high foreign investments. Despite the scope, Construction Industry is facing a dearth of skilled workforce, which is estimated to grow to 84 million by 2022.
KIPS provides skill/ re-skill/ up-skill development training to the fresh talent, workers, supervisors and managers of the construction sector, ensuring that the required skill sets are mastered with special emphasis on safety and health of the worker.
The Indian retail industry is one of the most vibrant industries in the country .It is currently ranked at 20th position among the top 30 developing countries identified by management consulting firm AT Kearney.The Retail market is expected to reach a whooping Rs.47 Lakh crore by 2016-17, as it expands at a compounded annual growth rate of 15 percent according to the “Yes Bank- Assocham” study.
With the shortage of Skilled Manpower in the Retail Sector, KIPS conducts Employment Linked Skilling Programs , aligned with National Occupational Standards (NOS) and NCVT .
There is a huge demand and need of skilled workforce in electronic sector. There is a lack of training facility to ensure continuous skill development of trainees/ trainers. The employability of the sector is expected to grow over 28 million by 2022.
KIPS designed various programs under the vertical of Electronics. The training gives comprehensive knowledge of the technology used in designing and repairing various electronics items. The program is a practical based training wherein the candidate understands the working of various models, accessories and related parts which need servicing/ repairing.
An out branch of our Rubber Industry is the “Tyre Industry” and further branched to the maintenance is the “Tyre Fitter” sub-industry. Tyre Fitters are part of a larger industry group known as motor vehicle parts and accessories fitters.
Considering the need of the sector, KIPS associated with Rubber Skill Development Council (RSDC), a Sector Skill Council focusing on skill development & training needs in Collaboration with AIRIA, ATMA and NSDC Corporation (NSDC)
The Leather industry in India holds a significant place in the Indian economy. The Leather industry in India is consistent in its high export earnings and is among the top 10 foreign exchange earners for India.
We at KIPS , post understanding the employable sector and the demand for semi skilled/skilled manpower , which also give a way to entrepreneurship for the skilled candidates , conducts various programs linked to the Leather Industry. The programs are certificed by Leather Sector Skill Council & National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC)
There are a wide range of job opportunities available in the automobile industry. With the number of vehicles available on the road today, the need and requirement for people who can fix these machines is fast increasing. Careers like automobile technician, car or bike mechanics are a great option.
With the increase in production of automotive sector, there will also be increase in demand of Skilled Mechanics in the industry. “Skilled Manpower” refers to a trained person not only technically but who can adapt and work in the industry environment from the first day of work.
With growth of industrial, manufacturing and construction sector in our country, the level of inefficiency in Electrical activities has been observed very high. There is an urgent need of skilled and efficient manpower for Electrical activities.
To address this gap, KIPS conducts the following National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT ) certified programs
The Healthcare sector is expected to drive the growth of economy as well as play a significant role in employment. Given the significance of skill development as well as the quantum of funding involved, there is also the overarching need for quality structures to be in place, especially from the perspective of successful implementation.
KIPS has designed the programs to cater to the growing demand for technically strong workforce in the Healthcare Sector. The programs include hands-on sessions to develop skills in first-aid monitoring, vital signs in a patient, giving injections & IV and understanding of basic medicines.
Tourism and hospitality, a key sector of the Indian economy, plays a key role in the growth of Brand India and accounts for around 12.4 per cent of the total employment in India. The tourism and hospitality sector in India is highly optimistic with a large number of hotel chains having lied up their expansion plans.
KIPS has designed program of Hospitality Assistant, aligned with National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT). We aim to develop skills to perform various services in different departments of a hotel. The program gives insight on the tasks of the various services provided by Hotel Departments.
Today, the Beauty and Wellness sector has gained prominence in India and displayed consistent and remarkable growth, making it a potentially significant contributor to economic growth and a leading employer creating millions of employment opportunities across the country.
KIPS caters to the growing demand for skilled workforce in the Beauty & Skin care employment sector by implementing various programs in the said sector. It has theory as well as practical, hands-on sessions to develop beautician’s skills in doing Make-Up, Facial, Hair Coloring and Manicure/Pedicure. It helps to develop better employment prospects.
The Agriculture Industry employs hundreds of millions of people in the Organized and the Unorganized sector, though the data pertaining to same is not available. Based on the assumptions of Food Grain Production and Manpower required to handle the total produced, the same is derived at (0.20 Million) for Organized and (1.95 Million) for Unorganized sector.
To address this gap, KIPS conducts the following programs.
The Indian finance market comprises the organized sector categorized into private, public and foreign owned banks and the unorganized sector including individual bankers or money lenders. Today the Insurance plus banking services contribute to 10% of the country’s GDP.
KIPS has put a step forward by launching 120 Hrs Program in Basic Tally 9.0, a program offered to develop application skills in Computerized Accounting. This program is designed to create talent pool for early rung of the ladder in financial accounting sector. It develops basic application and understanding of computerized accounting with the first hand experience of working on accounting software required for employability.
The Information technology industry is a knowledge based industry with skilled professionals in India. The IT–ITES industry is made up of the IT Services sector and the Business process outsourcing industry. The IT–ITES sector contributes significantly to the Indian GDP as well as employment generation and exports earnings.
KIPS understands the significance of Computer literacy in gaining employment and being successful at work place. Computer skills have become increasingly important as companies have started depending on computerized technology to get work done.