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Vocational Training Scenario in India and Need for Reforms. G.P. Srivastava GM (P&HRD) Pawan Hans Helicopters Ltd New Delhi. PRESENTATION SEQUENCE. PHHL Profile A brief about vocational training Trades Under Vocational Trg A brief about aviation sector

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vocational training scenario in india and need for reforms

Vocational Training Scenario in India and Need for Reforms

G.P. Srivastava

GM (P&HRD)

Pawan Hans Helicopters Ltd

New Delhi

presentation sequence
PRESENTATION SEQUENCE
  • PHHL Profile
  • A brief about vocational training
  • Trades Under Vocational Trg
  • A brief about aviation sector
  • Emerging trades of Avi. Sec.
  • Areas of reforms
slide4
The largest Helicopter operator in India
  • Incorporated in the year 1985 as the country's national helicopter carrier
  • Feathered with ISO 9001-2000 certificate and awarded Gold Sumit Award (International)
slide5
It provides helicopter support services to
  • Oil exploration
  • Medivac
  • Disaster Mgmt
  • Power Transmission (Ballooning)
  • Fire Fighting
  • Traffic Mgmt
  • Admn. Support
  • Tourism & Pilgrimage
  • Scientific Expedition (Antarctica)
  • Remote terrain and inaccessible areas like Arunachal Pradesh, Lakshadweep, Andaman Nicobar
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FLEET DEPLOYMENT

Srinagar

°

Itanagar

Chandigarh

Guwahati

Delhi

Dibrugarh

Gangtok

Shillong

Patna

Vadodara

Agartala

Porbandar

Mumbai

Rajamundry

Lakshadweep

Chennai

A& N Islands

performance overview
PERFORMANCE OVERVIEW

Particulars 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

(Actual) (Actual) (Actual) ( Prov.)(B.E.)

H’opters deployed 23.7/30 24.5/32 20.7/30 21.8/33 26.3/35

  • % Fleet deployed 78% 77% 69% 66% 75%
  • Revenue hours 2302024185 1938518920 23700
  • (Rs. in crores)
  • Operating Rev. 192.56 213.30 168.75 176.11 243.31
  • Interest income 31.4428.5530.3325.4810.15

Total revenue 224.00241.85199.08201.59253.46

Operating profit 33.78 39.40 4.77 6.75 24.00

  • Net Profit 52.69 49.58 47.39 50.75 22.13

after Tax

  • Dividend paid 17.50 22.75 22.75 9.10 (int) -
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As on 1st Jan 2007 Total flying Hrs completed

Dauphin N Helicopters : 2,59,005:07 Hrs

Dauphin N3 Helicopters : 3,835:31 Hrs

Mi-172 Helicopters :9,908.34 Hrs

Bell 206 L4 Helicopters :

14,743:08

Bell 407 Helicopters :

6,624:41

FLEET FLYING HOURS

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As on 1st Jan 2007 Total Landing completed

Dauphin N Helicopters : 12,08,413

Dauphin N3 Helicopters : 14,125

Mi-172 Helicopters : 15,848

Bell 206 L4 Helicopters :

50,188

Bell 407 Helicopters :

24,958

LANDINGS

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Vocational Training in India
  • Vocational Training since 1941
  • Established National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT)
  • Director General of Employment and Training is responsible for vocational Training which comes under Ministry of Labour
  • 2447 Industrial Training Institutes / Industrial Training Center
  • Trades – 40 Engineering and 22 Non-Engineering
  • Candidates trained under vocational training programme-3,90,000
  • Qualifications for vocational training programme – 8th Class to 10th Class
  • Duration : 1-4 Years
trades under vocational training programme
Trades under Vocational Training Programme

Fitter

Turner

Machinist

Machinist (Grinder)

Pattern maker

Foundry Man

Forger and Heat Treater

Sheet Metal Worker

Welder (Gas and Electric)

Motor Vehicle Body Builder

Electrician

Lineman

Wireman

Auto Electrician

Electrician Aircraft

Winder (Armature)

Cable Jointer

Electrician (Mines)

Electroplater

a brief about aviation sector in india
A brief about aviation sector in India
  • 15.8% growth in International passenger traffic
  • 44.6% growth in Domestic passenger traffic
  • 13.8% growth in International cargo traffic
  • 8.7% growth in Domestic cargo traffic
  • By 2010 India’s fleet strength may be 550 Aircrafts
  • By 2010 Pilots requirement would be 8000
  • Immense job opportunities for Engineering / Technical and other allied / service areas
emerging trades in aviation sector
Emerging Trades in Aviation Sector
  • Baggage Handler : Loads/unloads passengers’ bags.
  • Aircraft Groomer : Cleans aircraft.
  • Food Service Worker : Replenishes the meal service on the aircraft.
  • Airline Security Rep: Performs airport security checks ofpassengers and luggage.
  • Dock Hand : Assists in loading, unloading and preparing aircraft
  • Ramp Attendant : Operates ramp-servicing vehicles; handles cargo and baggage,
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Flight Attendant : Has training in emergency procedures and ensures the safety and comfort of passengers.
  • Flight Follower : Assists in planning flights, monitors flights to ensure safety, and reports missing or overdue aircraft.
  • Airline Ticket and Reservation Agent : Makes reservations and/or sells tickets to passengers.
  • Customer Service : Assists passengers, checks tickets when passengers board and disembark an airplane.
  • Cargo Agent : Takes orders from shippers and arranges for transportation of goods.
slide15
Firefighter (Airport) : Provides a fire free escape in the event of an accident.
  • Refueller :Refuels aircraft.
  • Storeskeeper : Acquires inventory and controls aircraft parts and supplies.
  • Airport Electrician : Installs, connects and troubleshoots electrical equipment and systems.
  • Electronic Technician : Maintains and repairs ground and navigation equipment.
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Sheet Metal Worker : Repairs and fabricates aircraft components.
  • Millwright (Industrial Mechanic) : Installs, maintains and repairs industrial equipment.
  • Heavy Duty Tech : Cleans, lubricates, repairs and maintains industrial equip.
  • Equipment Technician : operatesheavy equipment.
  • Heavy Equipment Operator : Operates plough trucks, bulldozers, loaders, graders, towed sweepers and other heavy equipment.
slide17
Suggested Areas of Reforms
  • Interface between Institutes and Industry
  • Multi functional multi skilling
  • Skill Up-gradation

a) Updating

b) Standardization

c) Enhancement

slide18
Production / Project Center
  • Incentive for adoption / setting Institutes
  • Raising stipend / compensation to ITIs / ITCs / Diploma Holders (Rs.1090/- to Rs.1400/-)
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