Tata Institute of Social Sciences shall be conducting various vocational courses through a network of training hubs across India.
The training partner shall enter into a direct agreement with Tata Institute of Social Sciences. The role of the training partner would be –
Schedule a course depending on local industry needs.
Mobilise students for the course ( registration & fee collection)
Identify trainers ( To be approved by TISS)
Provide the training infrastructure for conducting theory training.
Identify Skill Knowledge Providers (Industry partners) to provide internship opportunity to students. Compulsory for Diploma & degree courses.
Facilitate conduct of certification exam ( exam will be conducted by TISS)
Provide placement assistance to students
Tata Institute shall provide the entire content for the courses as well as conduct train the trainer for the course. In addition it shall approve appointment of faculty (employed or empanelled) by training hub, conduct certification exam and also sign requisite agreement with the ‘Skill Knowledge Provider’ (Industry player) who shall provide internship opportunity to the student.
If you have the requisite background and are interested in establishing a ‘Training Hub’ of Tata Institute of Social Sciences – School of Vocational Education for conducting training in the MANAGEMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS then, apply here.
A training hub can be established in any metro or second tier city in India. In fact it can be established wherever there is a need for vocational education. The following are the infrastructure needs for establishing the ‘training hub’.
Two classrooms with a seating capacity of minimum 25 students each.
The classrooms shall have sufficient ventilation and in reasonably peaceful environments.
It shall also have adequate number of fans and lights and must be leak-proof.
In case you wish to conduct computer related courses then there must be a computer lab with at least 25 computers.
Classroom chairs (with writing board). Desk & chairs are also acceptable alternatives.
One digital projector
White boards and related tools
Computers with Ubuntu and Windows operating systems – Minimum four for conduct of aptitude tests as well as maintaining necessary MIS and additional interface required for aptitude testing for example Joystick.
Broadband internet connection
Wireless Internet dongle (as back-up)
Back-up power to support other outlined infrastructure for at least 2 hours.
Availability of clean drinking water.
At least 2 clean toilets for students.
At least 1 notice board to display all relevant notices.
First Aid Kit
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