Today, creating job is the number one goal of all governments – developing or developed. Government policies are revolving around this single criterion. Naturally, the emphasis is on training. Not just governments, but private employers too are investing in training to increase productivity of their employees so that their companies remain competitive.

Skilled manpower is the basic and most important requirement for any developing nation. And there has always been a great demand for skill based education in all countries. While colleges impart students with fundamental knowledge, we, the training institutes, cater to the needs of students and professionals to use their skills and talents to increase their productivity.

Incorporated in July 2003 this IT & Vocational Workforce conglomerate is focused on:

  • IT & Vocational Workforce Development & Training
  • Skilled IT Staffing
  • Software Consulting and IT Services
  • Application Development & Deployment
  • Multimedia Content Development

Has been formed by Working professionals having more than 25 years of hard core work experience in Industry leaders like IBM, Fujitsu, Unisys and experience of working in leading economies of the world, including United States, China, European Union, far East countries, and in our very own Indian domestic market.

Our present partners range from

  • IBM, HP, Microsoft and SIEMENS for IT & Manufacturing Sector Skill Building
  • G4S for un-organised sector
  • NIIST, Govt. of India for Vocational Training.

The company’s workforce has thus far been successful in helping the organization grow exponentially, both in terms of magnitude as well as the nature of the work done.

Indus was incorporated in 2003 and since inception it has grown to be one of the most successful organisation in IT and Skill Development Sector. Today we can humbly say that on a PAN India scale we have acquired a rich experience in imparting Training on various domains and in establishing & managing such Delivery Centers.

Major superiorities of Indus are:

  • An ISO 9001:2000 & ISO 14001:2004 Certified Company in workforce development.
  • Very Strong Presence in Eastern India with close to 250+ Staff Strength.
  • Huge Experience of Distributed / Multi-Location Project Management.
  • Process Driven Review Mechanism.
  • Increased Employment Opportunity for Trained Workforce through Existing wide Industry Contacts.
  • Excellent Professional Exposure in Capacity Building and Workforce Development.
  • Soft Skill Building Development Embedded in Every Program to Enhance Employability of the Participants.
  • Proven Track Record of Skill Building.
  • Existing corporate relationship is in place.
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A Brief Synopsis of Projects executed by “INDUS”

Bihar Urban Development Authority MS-Certification 16230 40%
Bihar Mahadalit Vikas Mission New Age Security Guard 140 70%
Bihar Mahadalit Vikas Mission New Age Security Guard (2nd Phase) 1150 70%
KUSP Data Entry Operator 70 100%
KUSP New Age Security Guard 200 100%
BMVM New Age Security Guard ( With G4S) 2835 70%
Directorate of Employment, Orissa MS-Certification 1000 In launching process
Directorate of Employment, Orissa IBM – Certification 1000 In launching process
W.B. SC/ST Development & Finance Corporation, Govt. Of West Bengal New Age Security Guard ( With G4S) Skilled Steel Worker (with NISST) 4000 70%
W.B. SC/ST Development & Finance Corporation, Govt. Of West Bengal Personal Development with Bournville IT Training with Microsoft. 2000 In process

A brief understanding of ‘What is Vocational Training?’

Vocational training is education that prepares people for specific trades, crafts and careers at various levels of a trade. The popularity and need of vocational training cannot be ignored with the growing competition in corporate world.

The need of trained professional has grown and compared to earlier time, which now opens a great business opportunity for Vocational training franchise.

If you want to start your own profitable business in education sector, then check out the opportunities available with us.

India has witnessed an average annual growth of 5 per cent in the last 2-5 years and manufacturing was hit the hardest. Manufacturing is considered as the biggest job creator however with the slowdown of economy and use of automation, the growth of employment has been 1.8 per cent. India has almost 50% of its population under the age of 24 years and this demographic dividend needs to be effectively utilized for faster economic growth. The country needs to grow by 7-8 per cent in order to generate enough jobs for the 12.8 million people entering the job market each year.

Nearly 12.8 million new entrants to the workforce are required by different industry verticals in the country while India’s education and vocational training system churns out 3-4 million workers, leaving a yawning gap between demand and supply. Skilled manpower is emerging as the key challenge for many corporations and entities. There is a need to develop more flexibility in the offering of vocational courses and develop a module based curriculum in collaboration with industry so as to meet the needs of both target groups and the employers. This will help reduce the disconnect between industry and vocational training centers as well as school education and vocational training, which has led to the training being less relevant to industry’s needs, resulting in further alienating students from the vocational stream.

Why ‘Vocational Training’ ?

The Present Scenario is such that India would need over 500 million skilled people by 2022 across several sectors, few important ones are:

Auto and Auto Components Building and Construction Materials
Building and Construction Real Estate Services
Electronics and IT Hardware Education and Skill Devp. Services
Food Processing Gems and Jewellery
Healthcare Textiles
Leather and Leather Goods Organised Retail
Tourism and Hospitality Transportation and Logistics
Media and Entertainment BFSI
Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals Furniture and Furnishings
IT and ITES Beauty & Wellness

India is referred to as a “young nation”

  • With 28 million population of youth being added every year
  • With only about 2.5 million vocational training seats being available in the country
  • Whereas about 12.8 million people enter the labor market every year
  • About 90 per cent of employment opportunities require vocational skills, something that is not being imparted on a large scale in schools and colleges.

The major reforms proposed for bringing about necessary “flexibility” is in offering of vocational courses and development of “modular competency based curricula” in collaboration with industry to suit the needs of both target groups and the employers (industry), will be useful in reducing the shortage of skilled manpower.