Affiliations, Accreditations & Associations
Tata Institute of Social Sciences - School of Vocational Education, TISS-SVE :
Tata Institute of Social Sciences is a premier Government of India funded, NAAC A+ graded institution of Social work in India. It was established in the year 1936 and was recognized as a Deemed University by the University Grant Commission (UGC) in the year 1964. In the year 2011 Tata Institute of Social Sciences - School of Vocational Education, TISS-SVE offers the B.Voc degree and diploma i.e Bachelors of Vocation which is a work integrated degree program. TISS-SVE focuses on providing skill education to millions of youth, through appropriate vocational training programs.
International Skills Academy P. L. is an approved Training Hub Partner of TISS-SVE.
Tourism and Hospitality Skill Council, THSC :
Tourism and Hospitality Skill Council (THSC) is formed by the Industry and for the Industry to handle the task of providing the skill-based knowledge to the youth or the manpower of India so that they can fulfill the requirements of the industry.
THSC is dedicated to the skill development for the industry to cater to the requirements of the sub-sectors of the Industry like Hotels, Tour Operators, Food Service Restaurants, Facilities Management, and Cruise Liners.
THSC is promoting Hospitality and Tourism sector skill development which will benefit millions of Indians so that they can get respectable employment opportunities and can serve the customers of the industry.
National Skill Development Corporation, NSDC :
National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) is a not-for-profit entity established in the year 2008 to fulfill the need in India for skilled manpower across various sectors and narrow down the gap between the demand and supply of skills. Finance Minister had announced the formation of the NSDC in his 2008-09 Budget Speech with the main objective of providing industry-specific skills to the youth so that they can also contribute to the growth of the industry.
1 - Upgrade skills to international standards through significant industry involvement and develop necessary frameworks for standards, curriculum, and quality assurance.
2 - Enhance, support and coordinate private sector initiatives for skill development through appropriate Public-Private Partnership ( PPP ) models; strive for significant operational and financial involvement from the private sector.
3 - Play the role of a ‘market-maker’ by bringing funds, particularly in sectors where market mechanisms are ineffective or missing.
4 - Prioritize initiatives that can have a multiplier or catalytic effect as opposed to a one-off impact.