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What we see around us in the fast-growing Indian economy is a veritable paradox. While employment avenues are increasing rapidly, they are not being filled by people with compatible skill-sets. Unemployment, therefore, continues to rise inexorably. The result is perpetuation of poverty, right in the midst of opportunity! Just over a third of the aspirants who enroll in primary school actually reach degree level. The huge pool of school drop-outs thrown up by the system year after year renders itself unfit for sustainable mainstream employment.

NGR skill training centres that attempts to bridge this widening divide between those who have access to opportunities and those who are increasingly being marginalized from the ‘new economy’ jobs. NGR addresses this endemic problem with a market-based approach that is sensitive to the socio-economic needs of marginalized youth in the 18-35 years age group. NGR is an example of synchronous social action of various stakeholders, which is aimed at mainstreaming and ensuring economic security for youth who could be victimized by poverty. To enable them to gain a foothold in the competitive job market, NGR helps them acquire the required livelihood and soft skills in an environment of learning and mentoring that is responsive to the individual’s emotional and developmental needs.

NGR was established in 2011 to offer affordable, practical, professional training of the highest quality to the Skills Development Sector. It was born out of the joint vision of 2 experienced Professional, who perceived a gap between the short course training offered by many private training companies, and the longer 3 and 4 year degree career-oriented programmes offered by universities. Short courses were primarily skills oriented, while university courses were primarily academic. This situation prevails to this day, with universities accused of producing graduates who are not workplace-ready.


We perceived the need for a programme that is

  • Vocational and practical in nature
  • Is suited to both mid-career aspirations of experienced practitioners and entry-level rookies.
  • Is feasible for working people to attend

The concept of part-time, vocational training programmes running in the evening was quite revolutionary at the time, and it took some time to gain acceptance in the market.

  • ** The Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Shri Rajiv Pratap Rudy has said that the government launched National Policy for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, 2015 on 15th July, 2015, which projects Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), re-skilling, up-skilling and skilling of 298.25 million existing workforce especially below 45 years of age. In addition, the report projects skilling of 104.62 million new entrance over 2015-2022.
  • ** He said the National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) notified on 27th December 2013 organizes qualifications according to a series of levels of Knowledge, Skills and Aptitude. These levels are defined in the terms of learning outcomes which the learner must possess regardless of whether they were acquired through formal, non formal or informal learning. It provides a nationally integrated education and competency based skill framework enabling a person to acquire desired competency levels, transit to the job market and at an opportune time return for acquiring additional skills to further upgrade their competencies. So far 1345 Qualifications from 28 Sector Skill Councils and 116 NCVT Qualifications have been aligned with NSQF.
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