Telecom Sector Skill Council

Telecom Sector Skill Council, a not-for-profit industry driven body set up under the aegis of the NSDC would strive to:

Create a viable ecosystem by implementing an “integrated approach” by prioritizing initiatives that can have a catalytic effect to develop competency based framework of world class excellence for skill development and quality assurance of personnel in the Telecom sector.

Narrow the existing gap between demand and supply of skills by increased collaboration between the three primary stakeholders i.e. HR, Industry and academia.

Up-skill and certify 45 Lacs personnel in 150 trades, train 24,000 trainers, accredit 500 training organizations and to cover the whole country progressively over a period of 10 years by signing MOUs with around 200 industries

Facilitate Training the Trainer

•  Develop necessary frameworks for standards, curriculum and quality assurance at all levels in vocational / technical programs to meet the needs of the industry

•  Participate in regional and international vocational telecom sector development initiatives

•  Security Sector Skill Development Council

•  Stake holder 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.


•  Promote skill development of the manpower in the PSS and narrow existing gaps between demand and supply.
•  Develop framework for upgrading skills of Security Guards to international standards.
•  Undertake research to identify future requirements in training and skill enhancement.
•  Initiate, carry out, execute, implement, aid and assist activities towards skill development in the PSS.
•  Develop skill development plan for the PSS.
•  Determine skill/competency standards and qualifications.
•  Plan and execute Training of Trainers.
•  Promote academies of excellence.
•  Establish well structured ‘Labour Market Information System’ to assist planning and delivery of training.
•  Facilitate in standardizing the affiliation and accreditation process for the PSS.
•  Identify skill development needs, review international trends and identify sector skill gaps and technology.
•  Undertake task of education and vocational skill upgrades.
•  Facilitate in setting up robust and stringent certification and accreditation process to ensure acceptability of standards.

Retailers Association’s Skill Council of India

RASCI is a not-for-profit, independent public limited organization established under Section 25 of the Companies Act. IT has been funded by the Government of India