ISDS Training

INTEGRATED SKILL DEVELOPMENT SCHEME (ISDS) 

 

INTRODUCTION:

The Indian silk fabric holds a special place in the world because of its durability, texture and exquisite designs. Keeping in mind the need to upgrade the skills of workers & weavers to develop competitiveness in textile   industry and increase employability, the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India has launched Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS). Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS) has been launched with the objective to build the capabilities of those institutions that currently provide training on skill development in the textile and apparel sectors.
Objectives of ISDS Programme:

  1. To address the trained manpower needs of textiles and related segments including Handicrafts, Handlooms, Sericulture and Technical Textiles etc. based on the industry needs.
  2. To increase the employability of residents of the target areas through imparting of skills in the textiles and related segments.
  3. To fulfil the wide range of skill sets required in various segments of industry & ensuring sufficient flexibility to meet the dynamic needs of these segments over a period of the next five years.
  4. To create a trainers’ pool by conducting the advance training programmes at a cluster level.
  5. To ensure training in design development programmes, particularly for the handloom weavers / designers and help them to produce diversified products with innovative use and improved quality to meet changing market trends.

Strategy:

  • It leverages on the existing strong institutions and training experience within the Ministry of Textiles & ensure private sector participation.
  • Pilot programme has been tested during year 2012 and based on regular monitoring of performance programme has been tuned for coming years.
  • All facets of skill development will be covered viz. Basic Training, Skill Up gradation, Advanced Training in emerging technologies, Training of Trainers, Orientation towards modern technology, retraining, Managerial Skill and Entrepreneurship Development.
  • Central Silk Board has been identified as one of the implementing organizations for this programme & Central Silk Technological Research Institute, Bangalore is implementing the post cocoon components of this programme.

Sailent features:

  • Operatives selected for training must hold the identity and address proof.
  • Before inrolment of operative in training programme operative must have a bank account.
  • Wage compensatio / stypend  will be paid to trainees : operators trough their bank account to maintain transperancy in system.
  • Training curriculam is to be developed based on the need of industry and on plant  training is to be imparted  in industry campus.
  • Before initaition of training in industry the industry has to give an undertking that it will employ all the trained operative and on compleation of training the industry has to induct operatives in job & issue certificate in this iffect.

 

 ISDS PROGRAMMES IN SILK TECHNOLOGY:

During the comming 4 year of 12th Plan it is being proposed to organize a total of 552 ISDS Training programme in Silk Technology sector covering a total of 11660 Operatives/entrepreneures etc as indicated in projection Chart : 1. During the year 2013-14 itself it is planned to organize 112 batches of ISDS Training in Silk Industry sector covering 20 Trades of Training components related to industry demands as listed in table.ISDS Training is being imparted through our 9 Zonal training Centres and the interested industry / entrepreneur can contact the training centre in theing region on address as indicated in Table:2.

 

Table: 1: Various areas of ISDS training prposed dyring 2013-17

 

SN.  Course Duration
(days)
Trainees/batch 2013-14batches 2014-15batches 2015-16batches 2016-17batches Totalbatches Total
(trainees)
1  Raw Silk Technology 15 25 13 18 17 11 59 1475
2  Vanya Reeling – Spinning 15 25 8 18 18 8 52 1300
3 Handloom Silk Weaving. 20 25 3 4 4 4 15 375
4 Power loom & Rapier loom. 15 15 8 8 8 8 32 480
5 Designing Dobby  Jacquard 20 25 7 16 16 12 51 1275
6 Weaving using CATD. 20 15 15 20 20 18 73 1095
7 Maint. Powerloom  ,Rapier 20 25 5 6 6 4 21 525
8  Dobby  Jacquard Installation 20 25 12 15 15 14 56 1400
9 Silk Dyeing, Printing,   CCM 15 15 8 10 10 8 36 540
10  Decatizing ,Calendar, Stenter 20 15 1 3 3 1 8 120
11 Testing  for yarn and fabric 15 25 1 2 1 1 5 125
12 Management ,Entrepreneurship 10 25 1 2 1 1 5 125
13  Wet Processing 90 25 1 0 1 0 2 50
14 Silk Weaving 90 25 0 1 0 1 2 50
15 Trainer’s Training Programme 15 25 2 4 3 3 12 300
16 Silk Handicraft 5 25 5 5 5 4 19 475
17 Maintenc. Reeling  Twisting. 15 25 5 10 5 5 25 625
18 Silk Twisting Technology. 15 15 15 20 20 15 70 1050
19  Automatic Reeling Machine 30 50 1 1 1 1 4 200
20 Training on silk Knitting 15 15 1 2 1 1 5 75
Total 112 165 155 120 520 11660

 

Table: 2- Zonal ISDS  Training Centres of CSTRI

SN.

Centre

E.Mail

Ph

District / State

1 Central Silk Technological Research Institute, Bangalore-560068 silk.cstri.isds@gmail.com 080-26688831 Bangalore
(Karnataka)
2 Regional Silk Technological Research Station, Guwahati-781022 asreddygbd62@yahoo.co.in
ravisilkcstri@yahoo.com
0351-2363113 Kamrup
(Assam)
3 Silk Conditioning & Testing House,
Malda-732101
ashispal@csb.gov.in
scthmal@csb.gov.in,
03512-266336 Malda
(West Bengal)
4 Zonal Office (CSTRI)
Bilaspur-495001
zocstribsp@yahoo.co.in 07752-233047 Bilaspur
(Chattisgarh)
5 Textile Testing Laboratory (CSTRI)
Varanasi-221002
mymillimoon@yahoo.co.in 0542-2203308 Varanasi
(Uttar Pradesh)
6 Silk Conditioning & Testing House
Jammu-180001
scthjam@gmail.com 0191-2579974 Jammu
(Jammu & Kashmir)
7 Silk Conditioning & Testing House
Dharmavaram- 515671
scth_dmm@yahoo.co.in
methi_csb@yahoo.co.in
08559-222284 Annantpur
(Andhra Pradesh)
8 Silk Conditioning & Testing House
Kancheepuram-631501
scthkpm@yahoo.com
kmakadhir@@yahoo.com
044-27277583 Kancheepuram
(Tamilnadu)
9 Demonstration Cum Technical Service Centre , Dharwad-580009 dctsdwd@yahoo.co.in 0836-2323220 Dharwad
(Karnataka)