Employability programs are aimed at skilling and placing youth from underprivileged backgrounds including SC/ST. Skill training is provided in:
- BFSI like business correspondent, mutual fund agents, etc.
- Vocational skills
The aim of the project is to skill the youth and provide them employment in the same trade.
The project aims to identify needy graduate youth across India and provide them free training and placement in job roles in the BFSI sector. With the beginning of the Tata STRIVE initiative at the group level, Tata Capital has partnered with Tata Strive to develop Business Development Executives (BDE), a course which has been approved by NSDC and the BFSI Sector Skill Council (SSC). Tata STRIVE has also developed a Youth Development Module (YDM) which is a personality development module in addition to the sectoral skills.
Tata Capital has initiated the process to standardize the trainings, specifically, the YDM with current training institutes like NIBF and TMI. The plan is to move all the trainings under Tata STRIVE in order to ensure quality delivery and management of programmes as per the group guidelines.
Within the spectrum of vocational skills, 6 skills have been identified and supported through the CSR and AA budget. These are imparted in partnership with Don Bosco, Pune and Pratham, Aurangabad and Raipur:
- Automotive Engineer