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Project Steering Committee for National Career Service. Project briefing to PMC ( Project Management Consultants). 20-May-2014. Agenda. Recap of NCS – MMP NCSP System Framework Project Timelines PMU activities. Challenges in Employment Services. Low registration & placements.

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Project steering committee for national career service

Project Steering Committee for National Career Service

Project briefing to PMC (Project Management Consultants)




Recap of NCS – MMP

NCSP System Framework

Project Timelines

PMU activities

Challenges in employment services

Challenges in Employment Services

  • Low registration & placements

National career service an mmp initiative

National Career Service – An MMP Initiative

  • To increase placement of the job seekers registered with Employment Exchanges

  • To provide a national platform for interface between stakeholders for responsive, transparent and efficient employment services in order to meet skill needs of a dynamic economy

  • ▪ Easy accessibility of services of employment exchanges for all the stakeholders

  • ▪ Provide assessment of capabilities and relevant vocational guidance services to job seekers in improving their employability

  • ▪ Provide accurate and quality Employment Market Information for planning and decision making in a timely manner

  • ▪ Collection and dissemination of information on employment and training to job seekers and employers in organized and unorganized sector

Recommendations of working group

Recommendations of Working Group

  • Using IT to provide a Single Window information with search facility on the following services for youth

    • Apprenticeship

    • Skill development courses

    • Vocational training programs

    • Career counselling and guidance

  • Verification of documents at EEs, ITIs etc.

  • Notification of Vacancies and providing relevant search facilities for Job-seekers and Employers

  • Revision of NCO Codes

  • Multiple delivery channels – e-PRI, CSCs, e-Kiosks

  • On-demand MIS reports - e-filing of reports and returns

Looping in states

Looping in States

  • Proposals of States to be examined and processed by an Empowered Committee for:

    • IT Requirements

    • IEC and advocacy campaigns

  • Identify additional service delivery points for EE activities

  • Change Management and Capacity building of stakeholders

  • States having IT systems in place

    • Pipes and bridges to be made for linking with national portal and sharing database

  • States not having IT systems in place

    • Identify requirement of IT infrastructure availability in employment exchanges – assessment based

Private sector involvement

Private Sector Involvement

  • Garnering support of Industry and Manufacturing Associations, Chambers of Commerce

    • Registration of establishments

    • Notification of vacancies

    • Requirement of skilled manpower

  • Placement Agencies

    • Sharing of databases through collaboration

  • Collaboration and agreements for enhancing registration of job-seekers, establishments and notifying vacancies

  • Legislative arrangements

System framework of ncs

System Framework of NCS

Project steering committee for national career service





C: Other Inputs

to NCS

A portal users

A: Portal Users

  • Job seekers (Fresh and Experienced)

    • Standardized profile creation and updation

    • Job search and matching services

    • Employment Market Information

  • Employers

    • Simplified vacancy notification process

    • Indexed candidate database with verified credentials

  • Recruiting Agencies (Public and Private)

    • Sharing of databases through collaboration

  • Students seeking Career Guidance

    • Single Window for career counselling and guidance

    • Defined career paths (skilling and placement)

B institutional linkages

B: Institutional Linkages

  • State Governments

    • IEC and advocacy campaigns – job fairs

    • additional service delivery points

    • Linking existing states portals (if any) to NCS

    • Data digitization

  • Examination Bodies (CBSE, State boards, Universities etc.)

    • Candidate credential verification from databases

    • Periodic Push and Pull mechanism

  • Manufacturing & Industry Associations

    • Increased notification of vacancies

    • Skilled manpower requirement

    • Standardisation and codification – NCO codes

    • Train the trainer for EE staff

C other inputs to ncs

C: Other inputs to NCS

  • Industry

    • Vacancies, Apprenticeship, On-the-job Training

  • Institutions

    • On-the-job Training, Interns, Young Professionals

  • Agencies related to Skill Development

    • LMIS

    • NSQF

    • NSR

    • Aadhar UID

D delivery channels

D: Delivery Channels

  • Tie up with various delivery platforms like

    • e-PRI, CSCs, e-Kiosks

  • Multi-lingual call center based services

  • Value Added Services

    • mobile apps, tablet friendly interface

    • USSD based services

E outcomes

E: Outcomes

  • Satisfied job seekers

    • Information symmetry, more vacancies

    • Low turnaround time

  • Satisfied Employers

    • Large verified, filtered candidate database

  • Students - Right Career Choice

    • Using CGC services and industry trends

  • MIS Reports

    • e-filing of reports and returns

    • Downloadable in multiple formats

Additional considerations

Additional Considerations

  • Registration Process

    • Candidates

    • Employers

    • Placement agencies

    • Privacy issues

  • Placement Process and Protocols

    • Search filters – for both employers and candidates

    • Job-profile matching criteria

  • Regular Security Audits



Timeline contd

Timeline …contd.

Next steps

Next Steps

Finalizing process re-engineering for registration, access to information, search and matching algorithm

Putting in place Project Management Consultancy Team

Putting in place Project Implementation Team

Standardization of required fields to enable smooth flow of information

Putting in place required hardware and completing development of IT application

Starting call centre based services

Tie up with few public and private portals/systems including those related to skill development, professional education, internship, part-time jobs etc.

Tie up with various delivery platforms like CSCs etc.

Commissioning Disaster Recovery systems

Stabilizing operations and carrying out required IEC activity

Pmus to do list

PMUs To-do List

  • Initiate groundwork for SI RFP – model template of DeITY

  • NCS Solution Architecture –

    • H/W sizing

    • Virtualization, Cloud services

  • Framework for revision of NCO codes

  • Digitization strategy on Career Counselling – inputs from CIRTES

  • Identification of DC/DR plan

  • Using standards and meta-standards for MMPs including localization

    Timeline: 1-1.5 months

  • Weekly Review Meetings – progress, corrective actions

Experience sharing areas

Experience sharing areas

  • Best Practices in public employment services

    • Career and vocational guidance

    • Counselling services

    • Skills aptitude testing

    • Vacancy notification

  • Garnering participation from private sector

  • Capacity Building

  • Technology solutions

    • Expanding reach & services

    • Matching algorithms

  • Standardisation and codification

  • Integration with help desks

  • Affirmative action in dealing with disadvantaged sections

Inputs provided by psc members for ncs

Inputs provided by PSC members for NCS

Inputs for ncs 1

Inputs for NCS …1

  • E-Certificates of NCVT and SDI schemes to be plugged in to NCS

  • NCS design to be modular, scalable and implemented phase-wise: to be incorporated in RFP

  • A credit rating/feedback system to be incorporated in NCS using analytics:

    • for Employers and Training Providers

  • Candidate profile data to flow in from institutes

  • NCS to conform to guidelines issued by ISSA (International Social Security Association)

  • PMC to look at the rules of EE (CNV) act that need modification for implementation for NCS

Inputs for ncs 2

Inputs for NCS …2

  • CIRTES to lead capacity building initiatives under NCS

    • Build a cadre of qualified career counselors

    • diploma course with help from NCERT

  • State government initiatives to be analyzed for Best Practices

  • NCS to leverage NSDG (National Service Delivery Gateway) and other IT initiatives of GoI, including localization

  • PMC to hold 3-5 day joint sessions to develop the architectural framework of NCS

  • NCS to have online interview and guidance capabilities

  • NCS to have other self help tools like

    • Information on training centers

    • Career paths available

    • Online assessments and aptitude testing

    • E-learnings, webinars etc.

Thank you

Thank you

More suggestions can be sent through Email: [email protected]

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