Public Private Partnership - Lok Bharti

Public Private Partnership

Public Private Partnership

Lok Bharti has collaborated for various placements linked Skill Development Trainings as well as re-skilling trainings with state/central government and public /private organizations.

National Skill Development Corporation

NSDC has identified Lok Bharti as a platform to support innovative solutions, practices and models that address critical gaps and unmet needs in the vocational skilling value chain.

Lok Bharti is affiliated as NSDC Training Provider to implement skill based trainings as per the National Occupational Standard across domains to make the youth employable.

Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana

Aajeevika is a Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), Government of India sponsored project, aimed at skill development of disadvantaged rural BPL youth in the country, with an aim of providing them with jobs /placements. The project is implemented by Lok Bharti Skilling Solutions (LBSS) under its skill development program.

The program is designed to equip the Below Poverty Line families with skills necessary to get a livelihood opportunity. Lok Bharti trains the youth in Soft Skills, basic computer, Construction, Electrical, Automotive,

Rajasthan Skill & Livelihoods Development Corporation

Rajasthan is the largest Indian State and has an estimated labor force of 280 lakh which is growing at about 2.2% per annum. However, the growth rate of employment, which is 1.1% pa, has not kept pace with the rate of increase in population. This has led to riding levels of unemployment. To meet this challenge of the state, the mission of skilling for employment was developed by Rajasthan Skill & Livelihoods Development Corporation (RSLDC).

Swarna Jayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana

SGSY, an initiative launched by the Government of India to provide sustainable income to poor people living in rural areas of the country. The SGSY aims at providing self-employment to villagers through the establishment of self-help groups. Activity clusters are established based on the aptitude and skill of the people, nurtured to their maximum potential.

District Poverty Initiatives Project

The District Poverty Initiatives Project (DPIP) is an ambitious project of the Government of Madhya Pradesh for the alleviation of poverty in the State. The project aimed to target the rural and motivated them to take up skill development training in order to join the economic mainstream and improvise their living standard.

Lok Bharti successfully implemented and completed the program by placing 80% of the total candidates sanctioned by DPIP

Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission

UPSDM is working towards providing the state youth who are not able to pursue education or any other skills, with skill training choices relevant to them. The training is provided at a reasonable cost and within reasonable distance from their residence. Centers have the facility to give professional counseling to help candidates make better career and skill training choices based upon their interest and aptitude.

National Council of Vocational Training/ Modular Employability Skills

Ministry of Labour and Employment undertook development of a new strategic framework for skill development of early school leavers and existing workers, especially in the un-organised sector in close consultation with industry, micro enterprises in the un-organised sector, State Governments, experts and academia. After analyzing the existing skills of candidates, the scheme aims at providing employable skills to school leavers, workers, ITI graduates etc and certification after the completion of course.

Multi Sectoral Development Program

The Multi-sectoral Development Programme (MsDP) was conceived as a special initiative of the follow up action on the Sachar Committee recommendations. It is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) approved by the Government. The programme aims at improving the socio-economic conditions of minorities and providing basic amenities to them for improving the quality of life and reducing imbalances in the identified minority concentration areas during the 12th Five Year Plan period.

Directorate General Resettlement (DGR)

The Directorate General Resettlement (DGR) is an Inter Service organization functioning directly under the Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare (Ministry of Defence). In order to maintain a youthful profile of the Armed Forces, approximately 60,000 service personnel are retired/released every year at comparatively young age. Majority of the service personnel at the time of retirement are at an age where they have numerous unfinished domestic