Skill Development

About Skill Development

  • Academics – Part of Courses - Industry Relevant
  • Pooling Industry Experts
  • Skilling for High Pay Package Core Placements
  • Special Academic Programs/Certificate Course Offering by MNC’s
  • Skill Council Sectors (Level 5 and Above)
  • Faculty Staff – Skilling Activities in coordination with Academic Staff College
  • Foreign Languages (not limited to) – South Korean/Japan/Germany/etc.
  • Top Down Approach Methods in Skilling
  • Global Hackathons and Skilling Competitions
  • Global Certifications and Coordination
  • Part of Design Thinking Activities
  • Ongoing Academic Courses like Introduction to Engineering and Importance of Skilling to ALL
  • Use of Platforms like LinkedIn, Adobe, Coursera, etc., for part of Skilling Activities across all programs
  • Use of Reference Globe like for Continuous Monitoring of Student Progress
  • For all Applicable Stake Holders – Incorporating and Ensuring the Interpersonal Skills, Management Skills, Professionalism Skills, Team Building Skills, Analytical Skills, Life Skills, Personal Life Skills
  • Special Attention towards the courses consisting of L-T-P-S – Skilling Component

  • To ensure overall development of students and scholars with the help and support of appropriate skilling mechanisms/methods and modes
  • To achieve and to target the higher and better pay package placements for students in core and allied industries/companies
  • To prepare the students to plan their career in the directions of entrepreneurship, career advancement, and higher skill employability
  • To monitor and assess the student progress since inception of joining and to timely help him to achieve the progressive growth and to reach comparably a significant development with effective professional and upskilling in their domains
  • Skill activities applicable to students, scholars, faculty, staff, outside CSR and to other applicable stake holders (Entry to Exit overall skilling plans)

  • For the purpose of effective outcomes at University Central level in terms of skilling; a strong bonding and coordination to be built with the Dean(Academics), Dean(Progression & Training), Dean(Placements & Internships) and Director(International Relations) and other as applicable etc.,
  • Identification of skill development needs including preparing a catalogue of types of skills, range, and depth of skills to facilitate individuals to choose from them.
  • Development of a sector skill development plan and maintaining skill courses database inventory.
  • Determining skills/competency standards and qualifications and getting them notified as per NSQF.
  • Standardization of affiliation, accreditation, examination, and certification process in accordance with NSQF as determined by NSQC.
  • Conduct skill-based assessment and certification for training programmes.
  • Participation in the setting up of affiliation, accreditation, examination, and certification norms for their respective sectors.
  • Plan and facilitate the execution of Training of Trainers along with NSDC and states.
  • Promotion of academies of excellence.
  • Paying particular attention to the skilling needs of ST/SC, differently abled and minority groups.
  • Ensuring that the persons trained and skilled in accordance with the norms laid down are assured of employment at decent wages.
  • To supervise the regional offices for consents generation, conduction of practice school, evaluation of assigned students and submission of reports

  • To work towards improvements in all spheres of professional, technical, and other continuing education and training services and skills development to attain enhanced standards at all levels among its applicable stakeholders.
  • To work in close harmony with Skill Sector Councils (SSCs) in efforts to upgrade skill development activities at KLEF.
  • To engage in revenue generating activities (for self-sustained model) related to consultancy, training, and education services to enhance the employability of students.
  • To liaise and to decide the list of corporates, industries, SSCs and other Government Skill Divisions
  • To suggest a model and to coordinate with Academic Division of various Corporate Companies and initiate proposals of New MoUs for onward submission to Registrar
  • To ensure the skill part of UGC quality mandate and to work for future activities
  • To decide on Global Certifications applicable to specific field in coordination with required team of experts

  • To impart skills for jobs across all levels of workforce in the Engineering, Technology, Science, Law, Architecture, Pharmacy, Commerce, Arts, Fine Arts, and allied areas and any other and develop an interdisciplinary talent hub.
  • To serve as the key knowledge resource and to develop Centres of Excellence (COE) with state of art research infrastructure enabling innovations for Engineering, Technology, Science, Law, Architecture, Pharmacy, Commerce, Arts, Fine Arts, and allied areas and any other in the Country
  • To collaborate with national and global institutions for offering programmes and creating capabilities for upgrading programmes in relation to domains of Engineering, Technology, Science, Law, Architecture, Pharmacy, Commerce, Arts, Fine Arts, and allied areas
  • To promote consulting services to address policy, institutional framework, efficiency, technology, and other sector specific challenges.
  • To establish linkages and collaboration with leading industry players and global academic institutions for knowledge transfer and to offer Internships, certificate courses which are truly global that shall help students to acquire high pay placement packages
  • To introduce new skills into the curriculum, i.e., certifications, practice school.
  • To provide an opportunity to students to practice the concepts learnt in a classroom, in real-life situations/company/organisation/industry in both virtually and physically means
  • To sensitize the students to the touch of workplace by assigning timebound projects in a company
  • To create awareness among the students about their strengths and weaknesses in the work environment
  • To provide the students a platform to take up on-the-job Engineering Training and develop a network which will be useful in enhancing their career prospects
  • To make the students industry ready that will help in job placements
  • To invite people from the industry to train students and faculty as Faculty Development programs using Tools.

    Implementing the Choice Based Skill Model (CBSM), based on student interest towards Employability, Higher Education, Social Service, Entrepreneurship, etc., After completion of first-semester student’s choice considerations be recorded across all the programs.

    Implementation of L-T-P-S Structure (S- Skill Component)

    • Virtual Skill Internship Program(VSIP)
    • Transforming from Inside Out (TIO)
    • Talent Mapping – Skill Hunting(TMSH)
    • On the Job Training in Application Research (OJTR)
    • Earn while Learn (EWL)
    • Professional (Technical) Intern Training Program(PITP)
    • Industry Integrated Dual Education Program (IIDEM)
    • Core Corporate Skilling Activities (CCSA)
    • In-Demand or On-Demand Professional Skills (IDPS or ODPS)
    • Simulated Industry Integrated Learning (SIIL)
    • Prior andAuthentic Learning (PAL)

    Implement and promote a virtual environment that acts as a HUB to connec t employers, career counsellors, university students, to better prepare students for work. Creation of Industry Simulated Infrastructure: For successful implementation of training, physical infrastructure is imperative. Experience of industry-simulated labs at the centers enables aspirants to gain first-hand experience of the work environment, which they may not otherwise get. These labs are technology-driven equipped with all the latest tools, teaching aids, and practice models.


  • Transitions, career learning, and career management skills
  • Multi-disciplinary and critical perspectives
  • Authentic Learning
  • Taxonomy of employability skills
  • Skill up Joint projects with Industry
  • Learning by doing

      1. Acquiring plan of action in conducting skilling courses comprising of
      a. List of experiments/programs/activities to be conducted as part of skilling.
      b. Evaluation plan – date wise.
      c. Justification report.
      2. Organizing weekly meetings with the department in-charge on week off days.
      3. Collecting and analysing Fortnight, In Semester and End Semester reports.
      4. Preparation of Annual Reports