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Connecting Industry - Academia

Employability
Skills
Development
Supported by NASSCOM Foundation & NSDC, INDIA

Some facts & figures

Largest private sector employer


in India, direct employment of
3.1 million in 2014

Net Hiring to grow by 6% in


Employability
2015
Skills
63% entry level employees
Development

Attrition creeping up at entry


level 18% industry average

Source Nasscom Industry Survey

500,000 Engineers graduate


every year from 2400
colleges

Only 4.5% fit to work directly


in IT projects

Only 300 350 colleges get


companies in their campuses

Average training period for a


fresher to become productive
- 6 months

Challenges faced

Talent deficit - Hiring the right talent

Expectations mismatch

Stretched onboarding process

Employability
Increasing recruitment & training
Skills
costs
Development

Focus on jumping the barrier


between campus and corporate

Business Domain Knowledge

Business and IT alignment

Soft skills

Low employee engagement

Lack of technology upgrades

Employability Skills Development


Vision : To be a leader in

creating a pool of employable youth through pathbreaking skills development program in IT/ITes, in partnership with education
institutions in India.

Employability
Mission
Skills : To be a key player in NSDCs efforts to achieve the objective of
skilling/upskilling millions of Indian youths through focused and sustained
Development
efforts.
Setup a team of passionate, enthusiastic and committed team from Technology
Practices, Business Domains and HR to drive the ESD.

Key steps

Developed a career options and career path maps as per industry


requirements in association with NASSCOM and NSDC

Identified role based skill needs in compliance with NASSCOM Skill Sector

Council and technology trends


Employability
Skills
Developed Capability and Competency pack for every identified role
Development
Formed clusters of 3 4 colleges in Tier II & III cities and established ESD
centres for each cluster catering to 100-120 students per cluster

Conducted workshops with placement and academic staff of colleges

Conducted open-interaction sessions with students

Key Outcomes

Trained 1000~ students of Tier II / Tier III cities from 4 states pan India

300 hours training over 8 months (Technology Skills + Soft Skills + Project
Work)

36 hours of faculty orientation


Employability
Skills
Resumes + Project Profiles were shared with Industry Partners
Development
90% of students were absorbed by industry partners and Zensar

Project allocations done within 45 days

Attrition rate of trainees dropped to 7%

Improved Grade mix ratio of 30:70

Zensar is a $450M+ Organization


and part of the $3B RPG Group

Tyre

Infrastructure

Specialty

IT

Global Presence
Africa and Middle
East
Cape Town,
Johannesburg, Nairobi,
Jeddah, Dubai

India
Pune*, Delhi,
Hyderabad, Bangalore,
Mumbai

UK and Europe
Slough, Veenendaal,
Amsterdam, Frankfurt

Asia Pacific
Shanghai, Singapore,
Sydney, Melbourne

North
America
San Jose,
Dallas,
Chicago,
Los Angles, Princeton,
Westborough,
Northborough
Latin America
Mexico

Sales Offices

Delivery Centers *Corporate Headquarters

End to end IT Solutions and Services

Customer centricity

Commitment to people Continuous innovation


and community
and excellence