Electronics Sector Skills Council of India – ESSCI is organising the Amrit Skill Mahotsav, a capacity-building program across the electronics sub-sectors, dedicated to upskilling of the stakeholders Training Partners, Trainers, Assessment Partners, Assessors, State Skill Mission Officials, Subject Matter Experts, Academic & Industry on the rationalized and newly approved qualifications (job roles) developed in the ecosystem.
The Amrit Skill Mahotsav is being organisedfrom 27thJune to 14th July 2022 as a part of the World Youth Skills Day celebrations. The Amrit Skill Mahotsav has seen enthusiastic participation by over 600 experts to benefit from the programme to upgrade their skills. Master Trainers, Master Assessors, and Industry Experts are being sensitised through expert sessions focussing on the details of all the job roles in their area of specialisation and it is being held twice a week.
An individual can visit the link https://forms.gle/UYtQPYodF7YdhK1H7 to register for the sessions and every registered candidate will be recognised by the ESSCI by being given a participation certificate at the end of the event.
Dr Abhilasha Gaur, Chief Operating Officer said: “capacity building programme is part of our stakeholder upskilling initiatives, and it is being done to commemorate World Youth Skills Day. ESSCI has developed 85 Qualifications across the Nine sub-sectors, including the ones on new and emerging technologies. The sub-sectors covered are E-Mobility and Drones, Consumer Electronics & IT Hardware, Electronics Manufacturing System and PCB Design, Solar and LED, Semiconductor and Components, Security Surveillance, and Industrial Automation.”
“This initiative is undertaken under the guidance of MSDE, NSDC and NCVET to strengthen the skills, instincts, abilities, processes and resources that organizations and communities need to survive in a fast-changing world,” she added. ESSCI believes that identified 85 job roles of the nine sub-sectors will create a huge opportunity for jobs in the electronics sector due to advancement of technologies and attractive Government of India policies to incentivise electronics manufacturing. Upskilling is no longer an alternative but a mandate of Industry 4.0 to sustain in the technologically enhanced industrial environment towards which India’s industrial sector is progressing at a rapid pace.
The Govt. of India is targeting substantial growth of the manufacturing sector under Atmanirbhar Bharat, the job market is expected to swell. However, in to order adopt Industry 4.0, a highly skilled workforce is the need of the hour and indispensable to make the desired transition.