Scale up the employability in solar power sector

Scale up the employability in solar power sector

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I’m Chetan Kumar a Solar Entrepreneur observing that the employability and skill development programmes implemented by Govt (MNRE) and NSDC unable to scale up the employability.

Figures shows that these programmes failed to meet the employability targets so far.

Suryamitra Training programme one of the ambitious initiative implemented by MNRE through NISE. But, it also got failed to scale up the employability.

The solar industries also ignored the value of suryamitra certified trainees. There are many other similar programmes failed in same manner.

I just want to attract the Govt’s cocern to meet the main objective of these programmes. For this I urge to Govt that they can introduce the mandate to solar industry to consider these trainees anyhow. The mandate can be like these trainees would get an interview chance in solar companies and if they find him suitable then he will get the job.

Or they can mandate internship programme for solar companies, through this they have to engage some trainees in their live projects for the period of 3-6 months, and after that they can find some suitable candidates. And I’m sure they will definitely find the talented candidates.

But first step should be initiated by Govt. 

I’m also a solar Entrepreneur (www.paawan-energy.com and running my organisation from last 8 years. We are not a very big company but instead of that we’ve tried to provide the jobs through our EPC, O&M, I&C Projects and training programmes.

I feel it’s our responsibility to make it purposeful. An unemployed candidate or professional join these programme with intent to make his career in one of the growing sector in the nation.

Therefore, we should move the step forward to scale up the employability in solar power sector

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