Friends, in this article, I’ll be telling you about the Eco skill development program in India. But before that, I want to a student’s review about it.
What is the Eco Skill development program?
The government of India launched the Eco Skill development program in 2015 in order to strengthen Institutional farmwork in every state of India.
Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship is the Nodal Agency. And it’s responsible for the coordination of all skills development efforts in India.
This program is run under National Policy on Skill Development and Entrepreneurship; it was previously known as National Policy on Skill Development (NPSD) in 2009.
What’s the purpose of Eco Skill development?
Removal of disconnect between demand and supply of skilled manpower, and the government focuses on building the vocational and technical training framework.
Skill up-gradation, and developing new skills and innovative thinking not only for existing jobs but also for future jobs.
Why should you join the Eco Skill development program?
In the modern world, we’re experiencing technological volatility and globalization. Therefore developing a skill has become necessary to increase efficiency and quality for productivity and economic growth.
And you would also know that knowledge and skills are the driving force behind every developed country such as the united state and Japan.
Skill development is one of the most powerful tools that you must have because it will increase your acceptance and help to grow your country’s economic growth.
I don’t know whether I should call it a fact or a matter of concern that only 2% of India has passed the skill development program. That’s one of the reasons most of the people don’t get jobs because they’re not skilled.
Eoc skill development program contact number
For the first offer, I would suggest you visit their website and get all the details from there. However, still, if you want to contact them directly, you can call at 011-23465860 or email at ( contactmsde[at]gov[dot]in ). If you live in Delhi so you can also reach their office (Room no. 331, Shram Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi-110001)
Review and Conclusion
A student named Ashreen Taj has joined the eco skill development program. Still, after attending the first exam, she leaves it.
After that, she got many calls and messages. A lady told Ashreen to attend two more exams and got a discount; therefore, she paid 800 rupees.
However, after all, she received the courier and paid 350 rupees again, which is not suitable for a middle-class family.
When Ashreen opened the courier, she found her certificate wasn’t good because she had scored 95%, 65%, and 85% in her three exams. Still, on the certificate, only 65% was mentioned. Apart from this, her father’s name and many details were also printed wrong.