The Union Budget of India 2016-17 highlighted the main driver for the big push towards the skill development which are the main demographic dividends of India. India adds on about 12 million people to its work force every year. By 2030, one third of world working age population is going to be from India. There are as many as 711 million people in India in the working age group of 15-59 years, with the majority requiring new or additional skill to keep them relevant and productive in social and economic growth and development. This makes the India the youngest and ambitious country in the world with skill and human capital development on top most agenda, provides a most pregnable landscape for partnership between different agencies with in India and abroad. The key policy and programme that GoI has brought forward are about Skill India.
AFC is committed to excel in increasing employability in India and aims to contribute in this area through identifying, the vacuum by doing real time studies and assessments. The company also involved in direct or indirect implementation in this core thematic vertical of skill development and human capital on major identified priority skill sectors. Implementation of imparting skill on above could be through in house resources, network partnership, and digital collaboration of expert’s network etc.
AFC has qualified core professional staff with wide ranging experience in relevant fields as well as empanelled Consultants having experience and expertise in specific domain. Besides, AFC is also professionally organized to mobilize human resources for providing consultancy and technical support services in different states of the country through network of its offices and Empanelled Consultants, Business Associates, NGOs and survey agencies.
We also enjoy a good rapport with Government of India and other State government agencies, UTs, research Institutes and universities that adds on credential and deriving strength at organizational level of AFC.
AFC also involved in studying the best practices for national and international partnership in skill development and human capital that gives new insight of skill necessities of young aspirational professional of India.
AFC has trained more than 4000 candidates across 9 states during the last 4 years. AFC has handled similar mandates on skilling unemployed youth from the weaker sections of society. Majority of these programs were placement linked skill development programs. These programs are;