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In his book titled “The Success Equation”, Michael Mauboussin, adjunct professor of finance at Columbia Business School says, “When the overall skill level goes up, luck starts playing a more important role in determining success”. We, at Centum Learning, completely believe in this and over one million people, who have been impacted by our training & skill development initiatives, stand testimony to this success equation! Timely and adequate policy push has given the skill development sector a much needed head start. The onus in now on the training delivery partners to ensure that this mission is accomplished with speed and quality. In the skill development domain, responding to challenges posed by diverse geographies and industry dynamics requires the implementation processes to be agile enough to absorb contingencies. Nevertheless, quality and operational effectiveness cannot be compromised upon. Since training and trainers are the most vital link in the entire value chain, …Read the rest of this entry »
Can school administrators become leaders? Or should they care at all to be one?
Indian Education system is today at the crossroads. On one side we are targeting higher gross enrollment ratios and increased access through Right to Education, on the other hand students across grades are not able to read and write in basic language skills. At one hand there is increased focus on providing skill based training & vocational education programmes and on the other hand there is acute shortage of skilled instructors and teachers in the country. Simply put, there are three basic challenges the Indian Education Sector faces: Expansion (reaching underserved areas and increased access at lower costs), Equity (better targeted interventions which include people from various socio-economic groups) and Excellence (focused on improving teacher learning and building research capability).
At the recently concluded, Global Education & Skills Forum, Former US President, Bill Clinton said, “It …
Kamini Prasad, COO, Professional Education & Training, Centum Learning, represented Centum Learning at ‘India Education Congress 2013’ held in Faridabad on May 3rd, 2013, where she shared her perspective on ‘Vocational Education: Re-defining what it means to be “degreed”.
Thought leaders from the industry and eminent educationists discussed & deliberated upon the issues and concerns facing the vocational education domain. The foremost challenge impending future of vocational education in India, even after the sector witnessing considerable policy and institutional push, is the desirability quotient amongst its key stakeholders. The 64% of Indian population which is certain to comprise the potential workforce of the nation for the next 2 decades doesn’t perceive a career in Vocational space to be lucrative enough or even respectable for that matter! To add to the woes, the employers and the industry on a whole are invariably reluctant to value and reward the skilled workforce.
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Shashi Kanth SS, COO – Centum WorkSkills India Limited represented Centum Learning at a Seminar on Investment in Education: Opportunities, Challenges and Issues at the PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry on April 18, 2013.
In the session on Solutions, Services and Innovation in Private Investments in Vocational Education, Shashi Kanth spoke about the huge demand and supply gap and how this can be bridged with the sizable private investments in education in the following areas: building infrastructure, skills training, building community connect, content creation, conducting Train-the-Trainers (through initiatives like Skill Instructors Guild), people development and building industry linkages.
Besides, Pawan Aggarwal, Advisor (Higher Education), Planning Commission, there were other esteemed panelists like Tushar Pandey, President & Country Head of Strategic Initiatives, Yes Bank, Ryan Pinto, CEO – Ryan Group of Institutions and Aditya Berlia, Pro Chancellor & Co Founder, Apeejay Stya University.…Read the rest of this entry »
Centum Learning participated in the recently concluded ‘Global Education & Skills Forum 2013′, held from March 15 – 17, 2013 at the Conference Centre, Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai, UAE. A first of its kind global conference on the backdrop of future of skills & education, witnessed participation of more that 500 delegates representing Governments & Industries of over 50 countries. During the two-day conference, global leaders deliberated over ways & means to reform education with a focus on Public Private Partnerships, streamlining skills & developing workforce globally, re-oreinting CSR initiatives towards education, advocating equity in education, devising smarter content & better learning tools and innovating ways to utilize disruptive technology to impact the future of education in most effective ways.
Sanjeev Duggal, CEO & Director, Centum Learning Limited, moderated the session on Skills development titled, ‘Focus on Skills: workforce development for employment and global competitiveness’ at the conference. The Keynote …Read the rest of this entry »
Centum Learning is a global player in skills development and training. From its inception in 2006 as a Bharti Enterprises offshoot, Centum Learning has quickly grown into a multinational player, thanks largely to Bharti’s African foray in early 2010. Today, Centum is present across of 17 African countries, besides India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
The company has floated a joint venture, Centum WorkSkills India Ltd, with the National Skill Development Corporation to skill 12 million across 11 states and 383 districts. Centum is working with various ministries and government agencies to meet the target. The company has set up about 470 learning centres in rural and urban locations, says Sanjeev Duggal, CEO & director, Centum Learning.
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In sectors like BFSI, top line growth is directly linked to growing customer base and increasing number of satisfied customers. One time induction training or a training programme about processes & ways of working is clearly insufficient to percolate the organizations’ philosophy of ‘Serving the Customer Right’ across geographies and hierarchies. Sustained investments in people development & training to imbibe and exhibit ‘Customer Service Excellence’ at all customer touch points have proven to be much more effective and sustainable. Download our knowledge paper on the BFSI sector here…Read the rest of this entry »
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