About ESSCI Vision & Mission About ESSCI Electronics Sector Skills Council of India (ESSCI) for skill development in electronics systems from design to manufacturing including service. The Council has been promoted by Six Electronics Associations: Our Vision Our Mission Objective Facilitate world class ecosystem for Industry oriented skill development in electronics sector. To establish a structured mechanism with NSDC in strengthening the existing vocational education system ESSCI bring together all the stakeholders – industry, labour & the academia, for the common purpose of workforce development of Electronic sectors To upgrade industry oriented training system for achieving global standards Financial support by: ESSCI works with NSDC guidelines to implement skill development in PPP model ESSCI’s target is to train 2 million by 2022 Benefits of Skills Development FOR INDIVIDUALS • Skill Development can increase individuals’ employability • Skill Development will get them advantage in compensation. • Skills development gives people better Job roles and career growth. FOR INDUSTRY • Productive man force from day 1 of joining employment • Higher standards in delivering quality of service • Reduced in- house training cost due to industry ready personal. Bridging Supply & Demand Gap Government as an Enabler for the ESDM Sector Government took several measures to control imports such as enormous incentive to companies with local manufacturing capability. • National Policy on Electronics (NPE) • National Manufacturing Policy (NMP) • Modified Special Incentive Package Scheme (MSIPS) • Setting up semiconductor fabrication units • Electronic Manufacturing Clusters (EMCs) • Electronics Development Fund (EDF) India proportionally to built Capacity Gap to take the benefits of this exponential opportunity. Demand for next 4 years Current Employment Predicted Cumulative Demand till 2018 19,750 5,600 25,250 16,500 34,543 9,794 44,162 28,859 Assembly Operator – Television 15,450 27,022 Field Technician - Other home appliance 14,350 25,098 Field Technician – Refrigerator 15,750 27,547 Field Technician – Computing and Peripherals 51,600 70,201 Installation Technician – Computing and Peripherals 40,000 54,420 19,500 60,500 9,950 26,530 82,310 20632 12,350 21,600 8,100 14,167 3,800 6,646 Job Roles (Qualification pack) Field Technician – Air Conditioner Field Engineer – RACW TV Repair Technician Field Technician – Washing Machine Field Technician – Networking and Storage Service Engineer CCTV Installation technician Sub-sector Consumer Electronics IT Hardware DTH Set-top-box Service Technician DAS Set-top-box Service Technician Communication Electronics Smartphones Repair Technician Field Technician – UPS and Inverter Industrial Electronics 20,000 32,609 Solar Panel Installation Technician Solar Electronics 31,785 50,014 Mechanical Assembly Operator LED Lighting 3,300 6,843 Installation and Service Engineer Medical Electronics 14,500 25,361 6,755 9,890 9,536 13,962 2,050 3,342 PCB Assembly, Test and Repair Through-hole Assembly Operator Circuit Imaging Operator PCB Assembly PCB Manufacturing ESSCI Today • 16,000+ trainees have been trained as on date under STAR Scheme. • 139 QP (Qualification Pack) & NOSs (National occupation Standards) have been prepared with industry relevant content . • 14 Sub – Sector and 25 Job Roles has been identified as high potential in term of growth • 20 Training Partner has been enrolled with diverse experience and presence in the country. • ESSCI developed effective process for quality assessment. • More than 600 batches have been trained. All this has been achieved in 1 Year! Top 25 Job Roles Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Sub-sector QPs for which NOS is written Consumer Electronics TV Repair Technician Consumer Electronics Field Technician – Air Conditioner Consumer Electronics Field Technician – Refrigerator Consumer Electronics Field Technician – Washing Machine Consumer Electronics Field Engineer – RACW Consumer Electronics Assembly Operator - Television Consumer Electronics Performance Tester - RACWO Communications Electronics DTH Set-top-box Installer and Service Technician Communications Electronics DAS Set-top-box Installer and Service Technician Communications Electronics Smartphones Repair Technician IT Hardware Installation Technician – Computing and Peripherals IT Hardware Field Technician – Computing and Peripherals IT Hardware Field Technician – Networking and Storage IT Hardware CCTV Installation technician IT Hardware Service Engineer Industrial Electronics Field Technician – UPS and Inverter Solar Electronics Solar Panel Installation Technician Medical Electronics Installation and Service Engineer PCB Manufacturing Circuit Imaging Operator PCB Assembly Through-hole Assembly Operator PCB Assembly Pick and Place Assembly Operator Active Components Verification Engineer Active Components Embedded Software Engineer Active Components Design Engineer LED Lighting Mechanical Assembly Operator QP No. (ELE/Q) Sector NVQF L ELE/Q3101 ELE/Q3102 ELE/Q3105 ELE/Q3103 ELE/Q3105 ELE/Q3502 ELE/Q3606 ELE/Q8101 ELE/Q8102 ELE/Q8104 ELE/Q4609 ELE/Q4601 ELE/Q4606 ELE/Q4605 ELE/Q4607 ELE/Q7201 ELE/Q5901 ELE/Q8001 ELE/Q2201 ELE/Q5101 ELE/Q5102 ELE/Q1301 ELE/Q1501 ELE/Q1201 ELE/Q9201 Service Service Service Service Service Manufacturing Manufacturing Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Manufacturing Manufacturing Manufacturing Design Design Design Manufacturing 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 4 Alignment of Electronics Skill Curriculum for Higher Education AICTE COURSE Refrigeration & Maintenance AICTE Level Air Conditioning 1-7 Electronic Equipment Maintenance Pune University Course (PG Students) Pune Business Development Executive – IT Hardware University Service Engineer – IT Hardware Suggestions for Initialization The Institution & Universities are very slowly aligning to NSQF standards. There has been only few initiatives. We need to cover a lot more. The alignment to NSQF framework must happen progressively and setting our short term goal as building foundation will give confidence to achieve long term Goal. For example the achievements can be monitored as : Year 2016 2017 2018 % achieved 40% 60% 100% Next Step Equivalency Certificate – ESSCI courses are made with consent of industry experts hence they are developed as per the latest trends prevailing in the market. ESSCI will need Equivalency Certificate from Ministry of HRD/ AICTE to make our courses acceptable to the Higher Education System. We need to have regular interaction with Industry to revise the course material as per requirement from time to time. Thank You !