Welcome to the Sankalp Best Practices and Innovations Portal. Here you will find resources such as videos, case studies, testimonials and photographs which showcase the emerging best practices and innovations in skill development. Content is easily searchable by State, resource type or topics such as Quality and Market Relevance, Institutional Strengthening and Inclusion.
SANKALP, through focused interventions aims to remove barriers that are creating a wedge between the demand and supply of skilled labour.
SANKALP seeks provide opportunities for adult workers (ages 15 to 59 and underemployed or unemployed) who are either illiterate (about 197 million) or who have completed primary education or less (68 million) as well as the ‘flow’ of young people completing primary, junior, and senior secondary education and moving into the labour force every year (12 million).
It is estimated that by the end of the project, at least 8.87 million youth will have received market-relevant training, improving their employment opportunities and raising their earnings prospects. The project will also benefit approximately 15,000 trainers and 3,000 assessors.