JSS refers to an institute that conducts skill upgradation programme in a non-formal mode in rural and urban regions of a district. All programmes offered under the scheme are based on the polyvalent or multi-dimensional approach.
The enable the marginalised section of the society through grass root level community owned participatory interventions and make them self-sufficient. To ensure equality in gender, development and livelihood life long education, skill and welfare measures of unreached and to lead them a happy life
To identify the real dependent in the community through the participatory approach and to intervene for the apt solution through the community owned and managed self-sufficient and sustainable livelihoods. Our success journey has started from 2006 onwards under the Nilambur Muslim Orphanage Commitee.
The functions of JSS
Identify precise target areas and groups by developing socio-economic profiles.
Identity and ascertain educational and vocational needs of different categories to clientele groups.
Explore, innovate and try new approaches to meet the requirements of different groups through programmes based on national educational training.
Cooperate with educational, cultural and social organizations that are involved in organizing programmes and activities to meet educational, social, vocational, cultural and welfare needs of target groups.
Act as a facilitator, coordinator and catalytic agent by developing a networking system by collaborating with other vocational and technical institutions, development departments, welfare agencies, employers and workers’ organizations, voluntary agencies, economic enterprises etc.
Manage the training and orientation of resource individuals/instructors involved in the planning and implementation of various agreements.
Render consultancy services to agencies and enterprises that are planning to organize programmes for training and vocational education of similar target groups.
Organize vocational training programmes with special concern for women/girls, deprived sections, and unemployed youth to provide new skills, enhance and upgrade the existing livelihood skills for employment, self-employment and income generation.
Promote organization like co-operative societies, manuals and associations of women, youth and workers to undertake collective activities for socio-economic development.
Provide follow-up services to the beneficiaries of JSS.
Create a Livelihood Cell for employment/self and wage employment opportunities. Livelihood Cell would be linked with the concerned national/state level portal for the promotion of livelihood opportunities. Identify and develop curriculum on local traditional skills.
JSS refers to an institute that conducts skill upgradation programme in a non-formal mode in rural and urban regions of a district. It provides both academic and technical resource support to target groups from these areas and serves as an institutional framework that offers non-formal mode skill development programmes to disadvantaged groups. Its initiatives include vocational and skill development programmes for non-neo-literates and individuals having basic level education in both industrial/urban and rural areas and other school dropouts. All programmes offered under the scheme are based on the polyvalent or multi-dimensional approach.
Objective The goal of JSS
To enhance occupational skills and technical knowledge of the non/neo-literates and individuals having basic school education.
To raise efficiency, increase productive ability and enhance their livelihood opportunities.
To identify and assist traditional skills in the district through skilling/upskilling.
To create master trainers who are eligible to work in a department/agency of skill development through training and orientation programmes.
To collaborate and coordinate with other departments/agencies who are working in the field of skill development.
To widen the range of knowledge and understand the social, economic and political systems and creating environmental awareness.
To promote national values and align with national programmes.
To promote self-employment and facilitate financial support, including loans for the target group through linkage with credit and consortium membership.