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Allocation of Business Rules

As per the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1961*

Serial No. Subject
1. Co-ordination with all concerned for evolving an appropriate skill development framework, removal of disconnect between the demand for and supply of skilled manpower through vocational and technical training, skill up-gradation, building of new skills, innovative thinking and talents not only for the existing jobs but also the jobs that are to be created.
2. Mapping of existing skills and their certification.
3. Expansion of youth entrepreneurship education and capacity through forging strong partnership between educational institutions, business and other community organizations and set national standards for it.
4. Role of co-ordination relating to skill development.
5. Doing market research and devising training curriculum in important sectors.
6. Industry-Institute linkage.
7. Bringing Public Private Partnership element in this activity- partnership with the industry who need the skilled manpower.
8. Making broad policies for all other Ministries/Departments with regard to market requirements and skill development.
9. To frame policies for soft skills.
10. Large skill Skill Development related to Information Technology and computer education.
11. Academic equivalence of skill sets.
12. Work relating to Industrial Training Institutes.
  • National Council for Vocational Education and Training
  • National Skill Development Corporation
  • National Skill Development Fund
14. Skilling for entrepreneurship development for Science and Technology.
  • National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development, NOIDA.
  • Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship, Guwahati.

* Allocation of business Notification dated 31-07-2014: Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. pdfDownload (272.59 KB)