CSDCI Monitors RPL Training at Guwahati Airport New Building Project

CSDCI always ensures that skill development programs across India meet the highest standards. In our commitment to this goal, our Regional Manager for the North East, Mr. Pinaki Deb, recently conducted a site visit to the Guwahati Airport New Building project. This visit was part of our proactive monitoring efforts for training programs under various schemes.

The specific focus of Mr. Deb’s visit was the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) training, which is being carried out under the NIPUN scheme. This initiative is designed to validate and enhance the skills of workers with prior experience in the construction sector.

The Guwahati Airport New Building project is being executed by the renowned Shapoorji Pallonji Group, a name synonymous with excellence in construction. It is a testament to our commitment to collaborate with industry leaders and contribute to skilling for the workforce.

Our team’s proactive approach to monitoring ensures that training programs are effective, meet industry standards, and provide valuable skill enhancement opportunities to construction workers. We believe that these efforts will not only benefit the individual workers, but also bolster the overall growth and competitiveness of the construction industry in India.

As we continue to actively monitor and engage with projects like the Guwahati Airport New Building, CSDCI remains committed to raising the skill levels of the construction workforce across the country.


CSDCI Advances Skill Development through #NIPUN Scheme

CSDCI is committed to skilling the construction workforce.
Currently, we are active in the #NIPUN scheme PAN India, rolled out by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs and Urban Affairs. To ensure the effectiveness of our programs, our team conducts surprise visits to monitor training and assessments firsthand.

Here’s the glimpses of one such recent assessment:
• Batch ID: 2138798
• Job Role: Assistant Shuttering Carpenter
• Location: Haryana
• Training Partner: CREDAI

This assessment is a testament to our ongoing efforts to raise the skill levels of the construction workforce. By partnering with organizations like CREDAI and implementing the #NIPUN scheme, we are contributing to the development of a skilled and capable workforce that will drive the construction industry’s growth and competitiveness.

Stay tuned for more updates on our initiatives and the impact we are making in skilling the construction sector across India. Together, we are building a brighter future for the industry and its workforce.

12 Jan

CSDCI Joins Kaushal Mahotsav (Rozgar Mela) in Koderma, Jharkhand to aid skilling in the Construction Sector

CSDCI recently participated in the Kaushal Mahotsav (Rozgar Mela) event held in Koderma, Jharkhand. This remarkable occasion, which took place on January 12, 2023, at Baghitand Stadium, Koderma, was made possible on the advice of the Hon’ble Minister of State for Education, Government of India.

Kaushal Mahotsav, or the Skill Festival, is an initiative that aims celebrating and promoting skill development across various sectors. It serves as a platform for individuals to explore diverse skill sets and employment opportunities. CSDCI, as a pioneer in skill development within the construction sector, felt honored to be part of this significant event.

Our presence at Kaushal Mahotsav underlines our commitment to enhancing skills in the construction industry throughout India.

At CSDCI, we understand the importance of equipping individuals with the right skills to thrive in this dynamic industry. Our participation in Kaushal Mahotsav allowed us to engage with aspiring construction workers, artisans, and enthusiasts. We provided valuable insights and information about the skill development programs and opportunities we offer.

Our mission is to bridge the gap between skill demand and supply in the construction sector, ensuring that individuals are wellp-equipped with the skills needed to excel in this field. We believe that by empowering individuals with the right skills, we can contribute to their economic independence and the overall growth of the construction industry.

We are grateful for the guidance and support of the Hon’ble Minister of State for Education, Government of India, which made our participation in Kaushal Mahotsav possible. This event marks another step forward in our journey to empower construction workers and enhance the skill landscape of the nation.