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The skill landscape of Meghalaya will be better understood with the complete analysis of the skill gaps with respect to different domains, trades, sectors and the available resources in terms of quality trainings and placement linkages for wage employment as well as quality trainings and financial linkages for self-employment. A comprehensive and result oriented Skill Gap Analysis (SGA) has to be taken up in the State for effective implementation of any Skill Development related approach.
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August 25th, 2015

Awareness Building cum Consultation meeting on Supporting Human Capital Development in Meghalaya(SHCDM) Project with Headmen at Mawkyrwat Block , South West Khasi Hills on the 25th August 2015 organised by the Aide Et Action in collaboration with the Block Development Officer, Mawkyrwat and in Association with MSSDS, Shillong at Multipurpose Hall DC Office, Mawkyrwat.

July 15th, 2015

MSSDS celebrated the"World Youth Skills Day on the 15th July,2015 at State Convention Centre. The celebration is also in conformity with the official launching of the PMKVY by the Honourable Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi in New Delhi

May 8th, 2015

Workshop on Skill Developmemt in Meghalaya: A way forward, organised by MSSDS on the 8th May 2015 at State Convention Centre.

August 19th, 2014

Presentation on various activities of the MSSDS to the Chief Minister, Meghalaya

August 17th, 2014

1st Review Meeting of the MSSDS at Pinewood Hotel, Shillong

Jun 23rd, 2014

2nd Batch of Trainees successfully completed training at S.S. Netcom

May 17th, 2014

North Eastern Security Academy - 1st Batch Passing Out Parade of 50 trainees

Dec 6th to 13th, 2013

Signing of MoU between different PIAs and the Government

Aug 17, 2013

Orientation Programme held on 17.8.2013 at Don Bosco Technical School, Shillong

Kyrmenskhem Suting, a resident of Sohkha Dawki, West Jaintia Hills District, Meghalaya is a 12 class passed candidate and could not pursue with his studies due to financial constraints. His father is a daily wage labourer and is from a BPL family. He came to know about the free training in IL&FS from his relatives and enrolled himself for the 45 day training in F&B Service.

He was a bright student who could master lessons well and dedicated. He stepped out of his village for the first time when he enrolled with IL&FS. And after the training he took a bigger step by opting to go out for placement. He is now success- fully placed with The Residency Coimbatore and completed one year of service.

At present he is earning a salary of Rs.12,000 per month with other benefits and perks and he is deter- mined to perform well and make an impression on his employers and colleagues.

Kyrmen relates “My 45 day training with IL&FS has been the best training in my life. I came from a small village in Dawki and was a very shy person but the trainers in IL&FS changed my life by giving the best training and encouraged me to overcome my weaknesses. They taught me how to focus and achieve my goals and helping me developing my personality, communication and make me a confident and independ- ent person and also placed in a star category hotel which is not possible without the help from the trainers and staff of the IL&FS”.

Banisha Nongdhar, a resident of Mawlai Mawdatbaki (Umjan), Shil- long East Khasi Hills dropped out of study after BA 2nd year due to finan- cial issues. She was supporting her family by tutoring local school children. She heard about NESA through Newspaper advertisement and decided to join so as to get a stable job. Her training was completed on 10 May 2014. She was selected by Ranger Security & Service Organization and she was posted at Pah Syntiew Research Scholar inside North Eastern Hills Univer- sity Campus, Shillong. Currently earning a salary of ` 6,600 per month in hand plus benefits.

Her comment: “The training that I received has helped me tremendously at the current job that I do. I love the fact that I am dealing with students from all walks of life on a daily basis and as a result my English and Hindi have both improved. My communication is much better now.”

Marco Nongkhlaw is from Upper Shillong, East Khasi Hills, and Meghalaya. He has completed his class X. He is very dedicated and hardwork- ing. He has a jovial nature. He has one sister and he was staying with his par- ents. His father is a driver and his mother is a housewife. The only source of income is the daily wages of his father. He came to know about IL&FS from his friend and enrolled himself for the 45 day training programme in F&B Service.

Marco, during his initial days of his training didn’t have much knowledge about the hotel industry and after training he was so engrossed that he wanted to work with the hotel industry only. He was placed with Aloft Hotel, Coimbatore, and earning an income of ` 8,000 per month plus food and accommodation which make him independent and responsible person by contributing to his family needs and saving for his future.

Jelly D Sangma is from Dobakkol, Dobalsara, Garo Hills. She had dropped out from school after class VIII because of financial problems. Her family is not a well to do family. Her father could not work because of health problem hence the family was struggling financially. Jelly, en- rolled herself with NIPS School of Hotel Management and she left her hometown to take up the training sponsored by the MSSDS in Kolkata. As a trainee, Jelly was very sincere and hard working. With this determina- tion, she completed her training and joined Hotel Neo-Majestic, Goa. She is now earning ` 6,050/- per month as salary with ` 2,500/- as incentive. Like her other batch mates, she is being offered free accommodation and free meal. They are staying together and working like a family. She is very happy and grateful to the MSSDS and NIPS School of Hotel Management for changing her life.

“I will try my best to work hard and help support my family. I am so happy and I am so grateful to MSSDS to give me this opportunity to undergo this training,” she says.