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Economic growth for spring of a nation’s overall development requires not
only physical resources and technical facilities but also the human resources to
exploit the technologies properly. For overall economic growth and speedy
development, “Human Capital” or “Human Infrastructure” is important as
any other type of infrastructure. Technology and skill which play a prominent
role in productive processes need properly qualified and trained manpower.
Qualified and competent in Industry and other projects are equally important.


There are various Institutions to educate and train the technocrats. Whereas
the higher education is imparted by the Engineering Colleges and
Polytechnics, the Industrial Training Institutes i.e. I.T.I’s play a vital role to
produce the middle level trained manpower required for wide range of
productive activities in various Industries. In the middle cadre of trained,
“Craftsmanship” plays a pivotal role. The term, “CRAFTMAN” refers to a
heterogeneous group of production process workers and includes a variety of
trade skills, occupations, education and training backgrounds. The Industrial
Training Institute (I.T.I’s) conduct recognized trade courses and thus,
generates craftsman of varied skills on a continuous basis. The main aim and
objective of CTS (Craftsman Training Scheme) is to impart vocational training
through Industrial Training Institutes in the country. Industrial Training
Institutes are one of the major institutional sources for the supply of
craftsman in the country.


Job oriented structured and entrepreneurship training is very essential in
order to have job opportunities and scope for self-employment for the young
generation. Industrial Training Institutes play an important role to achieve
this goal. Hence, it becomes essential to open the new Institutions according
to demand and need of the area for providing vocational training to the youth
so that they may be able to get employment in the industries or may be able to
set up their units for generating employment for unskilled masses.


Over the years, a number of weaknesses developed in the vocational training
system in the country. The major deficiencies are rigid training structure,
inadequate vocational instructors, lack of modern equipment and machinery
and weak linkage with the industry. These deficiencies created a mismatch
between the trained manpower produced by the ITIs and those required by the industry. Therefore, a strong need was felt to upgrade the vocational training infrastructure in the country through PPP mode.


The ultimate objective of any technology is to ensure that it provides comfort,
leisure, productivity and improve the quality of life of citizens. As global
economic competition grows sharper, technical & vocational education
becomes an important source of competitive advantage, closely linked to
economic growth, and a way for countries to attract jobs and investment.
Countries like India therefore frequently see raising technical & vocational
educational attainment as a way to raise the Human Capital Index.


The 21st century education is bold. It breaks the mold. It is flexible, creative,
challenging, and complex. It is project based. The curriculum is inter-
disciplinary, project based, and research-driven. It is connected to the
community-local, state, national, and global. The curriculum incorporate
higher order thinking skills, multiple intelligences, technology and
multimedia, the multiple literalizes of the 21st century, and authentic
assessments. Service learning is an important component. In 21 century,
“LEARNING” is a key word for success of Individual as well as Organization.
“Learning” is more relevant in Indian Context because most of the time
copying from outside system provide only a short term solution for any
coming problem. Learning facilitates a better platform at which a range of
Innovation can flourish in all types of sub systems.


Due to fast technological changes, regular skills upgradation and multi skilling
is indeed very essential to ensure the employability of labour force. Further,
every year 6 to 8 million new persons are added to the labour force. They also
require skill development. But the present facilities for skill development are
highly inadequate in the country.


For the Industrial growth in the country and for Industry to meet the
challenges of new Technology, there is need for close co-operation and
harmonious relations between Institute and Industry. The need of the
Industry-Institute interaction Programme is to raise the skills of the students
to match the requirements of Industry and to fill the gap between the trainees
and the need of modern Industry. This gap can be filled up by the PPP mode of
Education System.


Skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social
development of any country. The economy becomes more productive,
innovative and competitive through the existence of more skilled human potential. The level of employment, its composition and the growth in employment opportunities is a critical indicator of the process of development
in any economy.


Increase in quality of work has direct relation with productivity, which in turn
is connected with skill availability of the workforce. In this context, it is
necessary not only to create quality employment but also to equip such quality
employment with sufficient skills. Creating quality employment and equipping
the labour force with sufficient skills are thus major challenges before all
the states in the country.

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