Skills Strengthening for Industrial Value Enhancement (STRIVE) project is a Government of India project funded by the World Bank under their Programme-for-Result Financing Instrument that ensures outcome based funding. The objective of this national level project is to improve the relevance and efficiency of Skills training provided through ITI s and apprenticeships.
Core CarbonX (CCX) team takes pride in assisting the Orissa Government in completing STRIVE project in the state.
STRIVE is divided into four results areas:
a) Improved Performance of Industrial Training Institutes
b) Increased Capacities of State Governments to Support Industrial Training Institutes and Apprenticeship Training
c) Improved Teaching and Learning
d) Improved and Broadened Apprenticeship Training
A total of 49 Indian Technical Institutes (ITI) were considered for the project all over Odisha. CCX measured the labor market performance of project and non-project ITIs disaggregated by gender and social groups. We gathered information of ITI students who are not in employment or have left the employment along with the reasons for the same. While collecting such information, specific reasons that induced unemployment such as- Industry closed because of lockdown, Reverse migration due to Pandemic etc. were also identified. We assessed the impact of the ITI training programs in terms of relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability. Post the data collection and analysis, insights were drawn and inputs were provided for corrective measures required to be taken in order to improve the employability aspects during and after the ITI trainings. We also assessed ITI graduates satisfaction level related to the type of ITI training attended.
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