Central Government has started Vocational Training under Skill Development Initiative Scheme to provide vocational training to school leavers, existing workers, ITI graduates, etc. to improve their employability by optimally utilizing the infrastructure available in Govt., private institutions and the Industry. Existing skills of the persons can also be tested and certified under
this scheme. To build capacity in the area of development of competency standards, course curricula, learning material and assessment standards in the country. The SOFTECH COMPUTERS are Registered Vocational Training Provider (Affiliated to NCVT ., Govt. of. India., New Delhi) VTP NO:528120009 Permitted by D.O.E & T Govt of Andhra Pradesh with Lr. No. J1/29124/08.

Training courses
Sewing Machine Operators
Beauty and Well Ness Treatment
Fashion Designing courses for Womens and mobile training,
Computer Trainining,
Motor Winding, Pumpset Repairing etc.,


Meeting the challenges of urban poverty by adopting a path breaking Mission Mode approach, Government of Andhra Pradesh has established a separate organization named as ‘Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Municipal Areas (MEPMA) for addressing urban poverty issues in a comprehensive manner in all Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) of Andhra Pradesh and the same is registered as a society under AP Societies Registration Act with Regd.No.1120/2007.

The actives of MEPMA are implemented in the name of ‘Indira Kranthi Patham-Urban’ and it is in active phase of implementation with effect from 01-09-2007 Its main objective to promote, strengthen and nurture self-sustainable institutions of the poor and through them, address all poverty issues like access to credit, Livelihoods, financial freedom, health, disability and vulnerability. As part of this MEPMA having 22 DPMUs in all Districts (for Ranga Reddy & Hyderabad Districts, the DPMU, Ranga Reddy is one)


All urban poor families will have improved quality of life by accessing services from all organizations through their own strong self reliant and self managed institutions


To enable the urban poor particularly the poorest of the poor to eliminate poverty and vulnerability in a sustainable manner and improve their quality of life in urban areas


To promote, strengthen and nurture self-sustainable institutions of the poor and through them, address all poverty issues like access to credit, financial freedom, health, disability and vulnerability.


The Jobs Mission was set up to address the needs of the next generation of the large network of SHGs created and nurtured by IKP. Employment Generation and Marketing Mission (EGMM), Department of Rural Development, Govt. of AP works in a focused manner to provide employment/ employability for the rural youth. These are the economically and socially underprivileged rural poor from remote areas.

The Executive Committee of the Mission consists of Hon’ble Minister, Rural Development, senior government officers and the private sector. EGMM is driven by a private sector cell, which evolves strategy with an eye on the market. Implementation of the program is done with the large government machinery headed by Collectors, Project Directors, District Rural Development Agency (DRDAs) and PO, Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDAs) in all 22 districts. The EGMM works in scale in public-private partnership mode with the main stakeholders being the government, private sector, and the women self help groups. The entire approach is a bottom-up approach, tailored to move the rural poor from the unorganized to the organized labor market.

Micro,small&Media Enterprises
Ministry of MSME has initiated skill development mandate under a new scheme named as the Assistance to Training Institutions (ATI). This Scheme is for providing financial assistance for the establishment of new institutions (EDIs), strengthening the infrastructure of the existing EDIs and for supporting entrepreneurship and skill development activities.

To keep track of these programmes and to assist the budding entrepreneurs who attend the ni-msme entrepreneur programmes, this web based system, MSME Training Tracking System (MTTS) is introduced.

Using this system, ATI’s can manage all the programmes alloted to them through this scheme and users can use the below links to give feedback to nimsme and to check the success stories of the trainees of this scheme.

National Institute of Micro Small Medium Entrepreneur
ni-msme was originally set up as Central Industrial Extension Training Institute (CIETI) in New Delhi in 1960 as a Department under the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, Government of India. It was decided to keep it free from the tardy and impeding administrative controls and procedures, so that the Institute can play a pivotal role in the promotion of small enterprise. Therefore the Institute was shifted to Hyderabad in 1962, and was renamed as Small Industry Extension Training (SIET) Institute. SIET, as it was fondly known for over two decades later, is managed by Governing Council, appointed by the Government of India. The Founder-Chairman of SIET is Dr P.C. Alexander, the then Development Commissioner (Small Scale Industries).

Core Competencies
Entrepreneurship Development
Training of trainers in Entrepreneurship Development
Curriculum Development
Training Techniques
Women Empowerment
Retraining and Rehabilitation of VR employees
Evaluation of Government Programmes and Schemes on Entrepreneurship Development

National Skill Development Agency
The National Skill Development Agency (NSDA), an autonomous body, (registered as a Society under the Society’s Registration Act 1860) was created with the mandate to co-ordinate and harmonise the skill development activities in the country, is part of the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE).

Being home to more than a billion people and with nearly half the population below 25 years of age, India enjoys a distinct demographic dividend, which when leveraged fully has the potential to transform the country into an economic super power. However, for this the country’s largely unskilled population needs to be adequately skilled to improve their productivity and match global quality standards. Having envisaged this tremendous challenge facing the country, late Prof. C.K. Prahlad articulated in his paper “India @ 75” that India would need 500mn skilled workers by 2022.

This ambitious goal requires an unprecedented effort and a high level of collaboration between public and private sector entities. Collectively we need to address this challenge and take concrete, bold steps towards creating large scale employment linked skills training opportunities for the youth of our country.
In order to bring about large scale transformational changes to the skilling landscape of the country, Government of India created the National Council on Skill Development (NCSD) under the leadership of the Hon’ble Prime Minister. The Advisor to Prime Minister’s (APM) Office, National Council on Skill Development, established to support this noble initiative, was bestowed with the responsibility of developing a coherent, focused and targeted approach towards skills development and laying a road map for its successful implementation. In the last couple of years the APM Office has played an instrumental role in bringing about structural policy interventions to transform the way skill development is conceived and delivered in the country. The APM office has been working with various central ministries, state governments, the Planning Commission, and other government & non-government bodies. By working with a host of stakeholders including, Government, NGOs, training providers, industry associations, the APM office has aimed to evolve an outcome based solution for improving the skill development eco-system in the country. It has recommended changes to the Apprenticeship Act, has proposed introduction of credit funding for skills training, service tax exemption for skills development projects, among others.
While a lot has been achieved in the past few years, the Government is continuing its efforts to streamline the process of skill development. Recently the Government of India took the decision to create a central body called the National Skill Development Agency (NSDA) by subsuming three erstwhile bodies that includes NCSD, APM Office, and the National Skill Development Coordination Board (NSDCB). The NSDA is expected to provide the much needed single point focus to ensure that skilling quality and standards meet sector specific requirements benchmarked to international standards. Such an initiative will boost employability of youth in India, and in turn help bridge the social, regional, gender and economic divide.
Although we have taken the right step towards harmonizing the skill development activities across the country, this is only the beginning of a journey and new opportunities and challenges will continue to emerge as we move ahead in this space. However, our single point of focus would continue to be to create employment linked skills training programs for the youth of the nation.
All sectors will benefit by skill development which will enable value addition of products and services. I call upon all associated stakeholders across governments, industry, social development sector to work together to facilitate the development of an environment, conducive to inclusive growth and development. Collectively we can achieve our goal of making India’s people its competitive differentiator.
S. Ramadorai
National Skill Development Agency


Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) isthe flagship outcome-based skill training scheme of the new Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE). The objective of this skill certification and reward scheme is to enable and mobilize a large number of Indian youth to take up outcome based skill training and become employable and earn their
livelihood.Under the scheme, monetary reward would be provided to trainees who are successfully trained, assessed and certified in skill courses run by affiliated training providers. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojanais a unique initiative by the Government of India that aims to offer 24 lakh Indian youth meaningful, industry relevant, skill based training. Under this
scheme, the trainees will be offered a financial reward and a government certification on successful completion of training and assessment, which will help them in securing a job for a better future.

National Digital Literacy Mission
Softech is a direct partner and working with NDLM to provide training to candidates under the NDLM/DISHA Scheme in both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh States.,
In this Project main objective is to impart basic ICT skills relevant to the need of the trainees, which would enable the citizens to use IT and related applications and participate actively in the democratic process and further enhance opportunities for their livelihood. The persons shall be able to access information, knowledge and skill through the use of digital devices.
Digital Literacy (Level 1):
To make a person IT literate, so that he/ she can operate digital devices, like mobile phones, tablets, etc., send and receive emails and search Internet for information, etc.
Basics of Digital Literacy (Level 2):
Besides IT literacy at a higher level, the citizen would also be trained to effectively access the various e-Governance services being offered to the citizen by the Government and other agencies.