Three Year B.Voc (Bachelor of Vocation) course conducted by TISS (Deemed University)
B.Voc (Printing and Packaging).
Course divided in three stand alone levels, First year (Diploma), Second year (Advanced Diploma), Third year (B.voc Degree).
Method of Training
One day theory classes conducted by TISS (training partner) at the organisation location
Five day on-the-job training with the company (Skill Knowledge provider)
Who can enroll for course?
Existing workers (Auto Industry) for the B.Voc (Automotive Manufacturing Course), or sales force for the B.Voc (Sales & Marketing course).
Trainees for on-the job internship under the NEEM Scheme (National Employability Enhancement Mission). TISS is registered with AICTE as a NEEM training agent
Industry Organisations may resister with TISS as Skill Knowledge Providers
The company shall need to sign an agreement with TISS to become a skill Knowledge provider (SKP) as per the AICTE guidelines.
The SKP shall then appoint/nominate some of its existing staff/supervisor (to be approved by TISS) as the vocational trainers.
Such practical training at the SKP location (office/project site/factory etc) needs to be conducted as per learning outcomes laid down for specific courses.
The assigned vocational trainers shall award marks/credits to students which shall then be incorporated into the university certificate (Diploma/Degree).
Benefits of becoming a Skill Knowledge Provider
Enrol existing employees into the B.Voc program to give them opportunity for upward mobility.
Experience reduced levels of attrition as employees complete their graduation over three years.
Companies with distributed sales force could initiate this program across multiple locations. More than 100 cities & towns covered.
Employer can provide internship opportunity to students of TISS to beef up existing workforce.
All students would be university(TISS) students and there would be no employer -employee relationship between student and SKP.
SKP can also offer internship opportunities during peak season (festive season for retail industry and Jan/Feb/Mar for insurance industry).
Contractual work force can also be enrolled in these courses.
Sponsorship of fees of students can be treated as CSR expense.
Unlike the apprentice act there is no restriction on number of trainees (beneficial for Auto related companies).
Unlike the apprentice act this is also applicable to the service industry.
If you wish to become a Skill Knowledge Provider of TISS or require further information, kindly apply online and we shall connect with you. You can also mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
303, Shreekrishna Niwas,
Opp. TBZ, near B-cabin chowki,
Naupada, Thane (w) - 400602.