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EMPLOYABILITY
SKILLS

CRAFTSMAN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS)



(FOR
ALL COURSES OF
SINGLE SEMESTER

DURATION
)







2013


Government of India

Ministry of Labour & Employment
Directorate General of Employment & Training
CENTRAL STAFF TRAINING AND RESEARCH

INSTITUTE
Block
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EN


81, SECTOR


V, SALT LAKE, KOLKATA


700 091

1/1/2013

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Syllabus for the subject



of




EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS




Under



CRAFTSMAN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS)



(
For

all courses of
SINGLE SEMESTER

duration)




Re
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Designed



in




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By




Government of India

Ministry of Labour & Employment

Directorate General of Employment & Training

CENTRAL STAFF TRAINING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Block
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EN
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81 SECTOR


V, SALT LAKE CITY,

KOLKATA


700 091


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CONTENTS



A

Rationale

4

B

General Information

5

C

Allotment of time and marks

6

D

Details of Syllabus

7

E

Tools & Equipments

8

F

M
embers
of

the Trade Committee

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A.

RATIONALE


Hard
s
kills are a person’s

skill set and ability to perform a certain type of
activity or task. Soft skills are a person’s ability to interact effectively with
coworkers and customers.
Hard

skills are mainly applicable inside the workplace.
Soft skills are broadly applicable both i
nside and outside the workplace. Soft skills
complement the hard skills which are occupational requirement of a job. It also
complements many other activities even outside the workplace. Presently soft
skills are increasingly sought out by employers in a
ddition to standard
qualification. There are instances of professions where soft skills proved to be
more important, on a long term basis, than occupational skill. Soft skills refer to a
number of features, routines, behavior, communication skills those ma
ke persons
excellent workers and suitable to work in a team. Studies suggest that soft skills
are equally important indication of job performance as hard skills.

Recognizing this importance of soft skills the National Council for Vocational
Training (NCVT
) during its 38
th

Meeting held on 31
st

May, 2011 recommended
introduction of subject “Employability Skills” replacing “Social Studies”

in ITI
curricula. Govt. of India accepted the above recommendations of the Council
(NCVT) and introduced the subject
“Employability Skills” in ITI curricula in replace
of “Social Studies” from the August, 2011 session.




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B.

GENERAL INFORMATION


1.

Name of the subject

:
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS


2.

Applicability :

CTS
-

Mandatory

f
or all courses of
SINGLE SEMESTER

duration


3.

Hours of
Instruction:

50 Hrs


4.

Examination Pattern:

The examination for the subject

with full marks

and
pass marks

of 50

and 20 respectively

will be held

at

the
end

of the
semester.

5
.
Instructor
Qualification
:






OR

Existing Social Studies Instructors duly trained in Employability Skills from DGET institutes



6.

Instructor
:



One full time instructor is required for 1000 seats and above



For seats less than 1000, the instructor
may

be out source
d
/
hired
on
contract basis.




MBA
OR

BBA with two years experience
OR

Graduate in Sociology / Social Welfare /
Economics with Two years experience
OR

Graduate / Diploma with Two years experience
and trained in Employability Skills from DGET institutes


AND

Must have studied English / Communication Skills and Basic Computer
at 12
th

/ Diploma
level and above






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C.

ALLOTMENT OF TIME AND MARKS AMONG THE TOPICS


























SL.NO.

TOPICS

ALLOTED
HOURS

Marks Allotted

01

I.T. Literacy

20 hrs

20

02

English Literacy

15 hrs

15

03

Communication

skill

15 hrs

15


TOTAL

5
0 hrs

50

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D.

Details of Syllabus


1.

I.T. Literacy

Hours of Instruction

: 20 Hrs.

Marks Allotted

: 20


Basics of Computer


Introduction, Computer and its
applications,

Hardware and peripherals,
Switching on
and shutting down of
computer
.

WINDOWS


Basics of Operating System, WINDOWS, The user interface of Windows
OS, Customizing Windows Operating System,
Create,
Copy, Move and
del
ete Files and Folders, Use of

External memory like pen drive, CD, DVD
etc,
Use of

C
ommon applications
.

MS office


Basic operations of Word

Processing,

Creating, o
pening and closing
Documents
,

use of shortcuts,
Creation and Edit ing of
Text, For matting
the
Text,

Printing document, Insertion & creation of Tables.



Basics of Excel worksheet, understanding basic commands, creating simple
worksheets, understanding sample worksheets, use of simple formulas and
functions, Printing of simple excel sheets

INT
ERNET


Basic of Computer Networks (using real life examples), Definit ions of Local
Area Network (LAN),Wide Area Network (WAN), Internet,
Concept of
Internet

(Network of Networks),
Applications of Internet :
Browsing,
Searching, Emailing, Social Networkin
g

WEB Browser



Meaning of
Wor ld Wide

Web (WWW)
,

Search Engines with examples,

Web Browsing
,

Accessing the Internet using Web Browser, Downloading
Web Pages, Printing Web Pages

Information Security and antivirus tools, Do’s

and Don’ts in Information
Security, Awareness of IT


ACT,

Importance of information security and IT
act,
types of cyber crimes.


2.

English Literacy

Hours of Instruction

: 15 Hrs.

Marks Allotted

: 15


Pronunciation

Phonetics and pronouncing
simple words
.

Listening

Interpret
ing

conversation and discussions related to everyday life
,
Respond
ing

to spoken instructions in order to carry out requests and
commands.

Speaking

Ask
ing
and answer
ing

simple questions in English
to d
escribe people, things,
situations and events
.

Reading


Read
ing

and interpret
ing

simple sentences, forms,
hoardings, sign boards and
notices
.

Writing


Writ
ing

sentences with simple words, reply to everyday office
correspondence,

Writing CV &

simple application forms
.

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E.

Tools & Equipments for Employability Skills:

Sl.

No.

Name of the Equipment

Quantity

1

Computer with latest Configurations
and

Internet connection

10 nos.

2

UPS

10 nos.

3

Scanner cum

Printer

1 no.

4

Computer Tables

10 nos.

5

Computer Chairs

20 nos.

6

LCD Projector

1 no.

7

White Board

1200mm X 900 mm

1 no.


* Note
:

Above
Tools & Equipments

not required,

i
f Computer LAB is
available in the institute.





3.

Communication skill

Hours of Instruction

: 15 Hrs.

Marks Allotted

: 15


Communication
Skills

Definition,
Effective communication, Verbal

communication,
Use of right
words
,

Non verbal communication
, Body Languages.

Motivation

Self awareness, Goal setting, Career planning, Values and Ethics

Time management

Managing

time effectively through planning

Facing Interviews

Appearance and behaviour

in an interview
,

Do’s and don’t
s

Behavioural Skills

Attitude, Problem Solving, Thinking Skills
,

Confidence building

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F.


List of the members attended the Trade Committee Meeting for Re
-
Designing of Curriculum on

“Employability Skills” under
Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS) held on 16
th

September 2013 at CSTARI,
Kolkata


Sl.
No.

Name & Designation

S/Shri

Representing Organisation

Remarks

1

R. N. Bandyopadhyaya,
Director

CSTARI, Kolkata

Chairman

2

Amrit Pal Singh,
Dy. Director,

DGE&T, New
Delhi

Member

3

K. L. Kuli,
Jt. Director

CSTARI, Kolkata

Member

4

L. K. Mukherjee,
Dy. Director

CSTARI, Kolkata

Member

5

B. K. Singha,
Dy. Dir. Of Trg.

CSTARI, Kolkata

Member

6

N. Nath,
Asstt. Dir. Of Trg
.

CSTARI, Kolkata

Member

7

S. B. Sardar,
Asstt
. Dir. Of Trg
.

CSTARI, Kolkata

Member

8

Rajan Dogra,
Principal

Govt. ITI(W), Chandigarh, (DTE,Chandigarh)

Member

9

Surjit Singh,
Trg. & Placement Officer

Govt. ITI(W), Chandigarh, (DTE, Chandigarh)

Member

10

G. C. Rama Murthy,
Dy. Director

Foreman Trg.
Institute, Bangalore

Member

11

S. D. Nalavade,
Principal

SCP
-
ITI, Nasik, (DVET, Maharashtra, Mumbai)

Member

12

M. S. Chakor,
Principal

ITI, Niphad, (DVET, Maharashtra, Mumbai)

Member

13

Vivek Chaudhari,

Ujjwal ITI, Nashirabad (Maharashtra Pvt. ITC)

Member

14

Nitin Chaudhari

Ujjwal ITI, Nashirabad (Maharashtra Pvt. ITC)

Member

15

Narayan Patel,
Dy. Director

Directorate of Tech. Edun. & Trg., Odisha

Member

16

P. K. Mukhopadhyay,
Dy. Director

ITI, Howrah Homes (DIT. West Bengal)

Member

17

A. K. Chandra,
Scientist
-
E

NIELIT, (DOEACC Society) Kolkata

Member

18

K.Udaya,
ATO

Govt. ITI (New), Nizamabad, AP

Member

19

M. Z. Rashid,

ITI, Ranchi (Dte of Tech. Edn.&Trg.Jharkhand)

Member

20

Sumona Paul

----

Member

21

N. Srinivas

Rajalakshmi ITI

Member

22

Sashikanta Lenka

KIIT


ITI, Bhubaneswar, OTisha

Me浢er



Niki瑡 Bengani

QUEST Alliance, Bangalore

Me浢er



Rash浩. M.

NIELIT, (DOEA䍃CSocie瑹) Kolka瑡

Me浢er



Dr. Arun Kan瑩 Biswas,

For浥r NEERI

Me浢er



A浬an Ray,
Dean

IIPM, Kolkata

Member

27

Avijit Chatterjee

CDAC, Kolkata

Member

28

Mangal Naskar

Achievement Lab, Greater Noida

Member

29

Sanjiv Kumar,
Addl. Asstt. Director

RLI, Kolkata

Member

30

R. N. Manna,
Training Officer

CSTARI, Kolkata

Member

31

P. Biswas

CSTARI, Kolkata

Member


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