CBSE Writes To Affiliated Schools For Setting Up Of Skill Hubs

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) releases a new circular regarding CBSE Writes To Affiliated Schools For Setting Up Of Skill Hubs. We provide complete information about this Setting Up Skill Hubs in CBSE School. Read the article till the end for complete information regarding this program.

Setting up of “Skill Hubs” in CBSE affiliated schools under the Skill Hub Initiative under PMKVY 3.0 scheme

As you know the New Education Policy 2020 emphasizes a more holistic and multidisciplinary education to develop in an integrated manner all the potentialities of human beings – intellectual, aesthetic, social, physical, emotional, and moral. The Skill Hub initiative in CBSE School is one such innovative approach implemented as per the guidelines under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana 3.0.

The Skill Hub scheme envisages leveraging the existing infrastructure of the school after school hours as a “Skill Hub” focusing on the introduction of the skill training program in the education ecosystem to realize the intent of New Education Policy 2020 which mentions at least 50% of learners will have the exposure to Skill Education by 2025.

The Skill Hubs will primarily be the nodal skill centers to be identified targeting in-school students of classes 9th to 12th, drop-outs, and out-of-education candidates to provide opportunities for skill development and vocational training.

Under this PMKVY 3.0 scheme, the school infrastructure, in general, and Skill Education infrastructure, in particular, can be used optimally after school hours, on weekends, holidays, summer vacations. This Skill Hub initiative will give the school recognition in the neighborhood.

Independent schools affiliated with CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) may start Skill Center/Skill Hub in the school premises on a fee-based model. Detailed guidelines for the operationalization of the “Skill Hub Initiative” under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana 3.0 (PMKVY 3.0) are enclosed.

Central Board of SEcondary Education will assist in the matter of providing soft copies of syllabus and resource material, conducting training, evaluating, and certifying successful trainees.

All independent schools affiliated with CBSE, especially schools offering skill subjects in their schools, are encouraged to start Skill Hub on their premises and register themselves on the Skill India portal.

How to CBSE School Participate in Skill Hub Initiative under PMKVY 3.0 Scheme

Schools willing to participate in this new initiative can provide the details using the following link. Please note that this Google Form can only be filled using the email id. Schools that are already participating in the pilot phase of this initiative need not apply again.

  • Visit the official website of Skill India Portal or click this Participation Link to direct visit the registration page.
  • After clicking the above link, the participation form will open.
  • Enter all the details asked in the participation form.
  • After entering all details then click on “Submit” button.

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