NSDC Funded Affiliation - Overview
- Catalyze the creation of sustainable and quality skills training institutions across the country.
- Support and coordinate private sector initiatives for skill development through appropriate Public-Private Partnership ( PPP ) models, strive for significant operational and financial involvement from the private sector
- Play the role of a "market-maker" by bringing financing in sectors where market mechanisms are weak or missing
- Prioritize initiatives that can have a multiplier or catalytic effect on capacity and quality of skilling in India
The Funding Guidelines provide for a differentiated approach for ‘for-profit’ entity and ‘not-for-profit’ entity
Key Elements of NSDC Funded Affiliation
|Parameter||NSDC Funding Guideline|
|Eligibility||Any legal entity including, but not limited, to Company/ Society / Trust as per the process and applicable laws and guidelines|
|What Gets Funded||
Total investment requirement towards –
|Interest Rate||6% p.a.|
|Principal Moratorium Period||Up to 3 years|
|Interest Moratorium Period||NIL|
|Repayment Period||7 years (including moratorium period)|
|Training Commitment||Standard Proposals||Corporates – Listed in BSE/NSE for more than 3 years with a credit rating of A- or above or foundations/similar ventures||Private Universities, Engineering Colleges, ITI, Polytechnics|
|Placement Guarantee Commitment||At least 70%|
CORPORATE GREEN CHANNEL ROUTE
NSDC under this partnership model shall closely work with the corporate to develop their model of engagement and provide advisory support. The objective of Corporate Green Channel Route is to provide ease of partnership to corporates who want to be associated with NSDC but do not require funding or grant support from NSDC. It comes with a unique opportunity to provide corporate and NSDC co-branded skill certification to the candidate.
Any entity having positive net worth at the end of FY 18-19 (or as applicable) and meeting at least any two of the four conditions mentioned below shall be considered as a Corporate:
- Listed on BSE or NSE
- The entity should have demonstrated sustainable growth over the years; Average annual turnover of over and above INR 200 crores for last three financial years
- Credit rating of ‘BBB’ category or above from an RBI registered credit agency
- Number of employees on direct employment with the company (on-roll employees) should be at least 1,000 as on last reporting date of audited financials
The corporate should be the lead applicant for the partnership and its primary business shall not be skill development. The lead applicant should have the ability to exercise management control over the implementing entity which can be an associate/group entity.
|In-principle Partnership with-in 72 working hours||
|Processing fee||The fee shall be realized in two stages:
|Key Objectives/ KPIs/ Action Plan||Few of the Objectives/ KPIs that could be covered as part of the corporate proposal includes:
The Project proposal may consider various models available for collaboration to ensure quality and high impact.
|Partnership Period||A 2-year partnership is envisaged to execute the identified KPIs or Action Plan|
|Due-Diligence Process||The due-diligence process for the partnership shall be advisory led.
|Certification for Training completed||The Corporate can issue a self-signed certificate or through relevant Sector Skill Council to the candidate towards successful completion of training for students mobilized under the following channels:
|List of Documents to be submitted||
NSDC Non-Funded Affiliation* - Overview
NSDC can co-opt reputed entities with established credentials who wish to be a part of the “Skill India” and/or “Make in India Mission” but do not require funding and want to be a partner. Proposals submitted should be robust and catering to sectors with high growth, unmet needs and/or unorganized sector. Proposals must be outcome oriented and should focus on placement in industry, self-employment, entrepreneurship.
Key Elements of Non-Funded Affiliation*
|Parameter||NSDC Funding Guideline|
Multi Stage Selection Process
Note:- Active Involvement of Government, Industry Leaders & Leaders from Social Sector for approving projects ensuring interest of all stakeholders.
PMKK- Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendra
Vocational training needs to be made aspirational to transform India into the skill capital of the world. In line with the same, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship ( MSDE ) intends to establish visible and aspirational model training centres in every district of the country. NSDC is the implementation agency for the project. These training centres will be state of the art Model Training Centres ( MTCs ), called as Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendra ( PMKK ). The model training centres under the PMKK program aim to:
- Create benchmark institutions that demonstrate aspirational value for competency based skill training
- Focus on elements of quality, sustainability and connect with stakeholders in skills delivery process
Funding support under PMKK
NSDC will provide concessional loan funding per centre, up to 75% of the project investment, to cover expenditure related to:
- Training infrastructure including purchase of plant, machinery & equipment
- Training aid and other associated items
- Civil work including setting up prefabricated structures and retrofit existing structures
The sustainability of the centres will be assured against dedicated training numbers under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojna ( PMKVY ) or its successor schemes (any other scheme under MSDE or NSDC). Each PMKK will be assured a training mandate for three years, under the PMKVY scheme, as per common norms, subject to capacity and utilization of the centre.
Invitation for Proposal
NSDC invite proposals for funding in several sectors. Here you will find documents and guidelines to be followed to be an NSDC affiliated training partner.
Join the Skill India Mission by becoming NSDC training partner. To know more about the same
- Workshops are organized from every Monday to Friday, 4.30 to 5.30 pm at NSDC office
- Call NSDC training helpline number – 92892-00333, available from Monday to Friday between 9 am to 6 pm
Proposals Submission Guidelines
Proposal Submission Docket
These Technical & Financial templates are required to be submitted with all proposals along with the declaration.
- Funding Proposal Docket
- Corporate Green Channel Route - Proposal Submission Docket
- Non-Funding Proposal Docket
- Draft Investment Agreement Template
- Draft Revenue Sharing Agreement Template
- Draft Loan Template
Draft Agreement Docket
*Each non-funding proposal shall be subject to evaluation and due-diligence process of NSDC for shortlisting and acceptance.