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  • DRIVING SCALE & IMPACT IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

    & EMPLOYABILITY THROUGH CSR INITIATIVES

  • It was set up in 2007 to bridge the gap

    between increasing demand for trained

    manpower and the lack of a skilled workforce.

    Orion aims to create sustainable social impact

    by improving the income and standard of living

    of vulnerable Indian youth through skill

    development. This is achieved by providing

    internationally set standards of training and

    through industry partnerships.

    "To ensure empowerment and sustainable livelihood through holistic

    skilling, guidance and counselling; to cater to corporates through end

    to end recruitment and staffing solutions."

    To be the most preferred and sought after provider of training and

    development services for business, soft skills and placement.

    Orion is also affiliated with 17 Sector Skill

    Councils, such as National Skill Development

    Council (NSDC), for the assessment and

    certification of their candidates.

    Mission

    No poverty SDG 1

    Universal Education

    SDG 4

    Zero hunger SDG 2

    Gender Equality SDG 5

    Decent work and economic growth SDG 8

    Orion's skilling e�orts aligned to Sustainable

    Development Goals

    “CHAMPION TRAINING PROVIDER – 2017” BY MINISTRY OF SKILL DEVELOPMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    Vision

    “CHAMPION EMPLOYER ” BY MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Support youth from economically weaker

    sections of society and Persons with

    Disabilities (PWDs) to enter the

    mainstream workforce.

    SKILL INDIA IS A NATIONAL PRIORITY

    Offer opportunities to unemployed graduates and

    school dropouts, by equipping them with digital

    literacy and access to technology. 4

    3

    Focus on increased gender equality, by enabling

    female participation in the workforce through

    skilling and up skilling. 2

    Contribute significantly to the overall target

    of skilling and up skilling 400 million youth

    in India by 2022, by tracking, analysing and

    enhancing their career choices and

    aspiration levels.

    1Orion objectives

    India has half its

    population under

    the age of 25.

    This young

    workforce

    presents a

    tremendous

    opportunity to

    harness the

    country's

    demographic

    dividend for the

    nation's

    sustainable

    growth and social

    progress.

    496.6 million youth are estimated to

    be unskilled in India, that means less

    than 3% of workforce has relevant

    industry-ready job skills. The ILO

    urges that this huge deficit of skilled

    resources be addressed by 2020.

    Corporate partnerships to 'Skill India'

    provide a win-win for both individuals

    and corporates. The entire eco-system

    is enriched with a ready, eager

    workforce, while reducing the problem

    of poor employment in the country.

    The Companies Act, 2013 mandate on

    CSR also provides a fresh impetus for

    corporations to invest in Skill

    Development.

    Investing in SKILL DEVELOPMENT will ensure sustainable development

  • youth skilled,

    mainly from rural/

    semi urban areas

    including difficult

    geographies and conflict

    affected zones like the North

    East states and Jammu and

    Kashmir

    mainly IT & ITeS, Tourism &

    Hospitality, Retail, Telecom, Beauty &

    Wellness, Apparel, Construction,

    Healthcare, Electronics &

    Manufacturing Sectors. Courses are

    industry endorsed and approved by

    respective Sector Skill Councils.

    3,00,000+

    29 states,

    17 sectorsTraining provided in

    “Champion Training Provider – 2017” by Ministry of

    Skill Development & Entrepreneurship”

    “CHAMPION EMPLOYER – 2017” by Ministry of

    Rural Development”

    Ò̂£²³

  • PROGRAM INSIGHTS

    Attendance tracking

    through CCTV

    Camera & Adhaar

    Linked Biometrics

    Regular third party

    Monitoring and

    Evaluation (M&E)

    by 4th Wheel Social

    Impact

    Dedicated

    Customer

    Relationship

    Management

    (CRM) Team

    Student data

    management

    system through

    MIS/ CRM software

    (http://orionerp.in/-)

    Internal assessment

    online platform and

    audit software used

    (quizky.net)

    Assessments and

    Certifications by

    Sector Skill Councils

    on completion of the

    training program

    Post placement

    support and tracking

    for 6 months, to

    reduce attrition

    Orion and Fuel work in tandem to skill youth and

    improve employability. Orion's expertise lies in

    mobilizing youth, training them and ensuring

    placements. On the other hand, FUEL is imperative

    for the success of this program as they counsel

    and guide youth. Fuel curbs the problem of

    aspiration gaps and information gaps, and together,

    with Orion, work to provide job opportunities to

    marginalized youth.

    A robust counseling framework broadens the perspective of the youth

    towards the wide range of career options and provides a short-term and

    mid-term view on their career paths and opportunities. This guidance is

    especially helpful for understanding and navigating new job roles in the

    market.

    FUEL's counseling is vital to create aspiration and reduce the dropout rates

    during training by enabling candidates to make informed career decisions.

    Partnership between Orion and Fuel

    Value chain

    Counseling partner - FUEL

    mobilization counseling training placements Monitoring Mechanism

  • ORION AND CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS

    Avenues of collaboration Infrastructure and equipment

    support

    Investments in expanding geographic

    reach

    Knowledge sharing support

    Corporate leadership

    and personnel involvement

    Direct skilling and placement

    support

    Orion Educational Society

    follows a systematic approach

    for implementing corporate

    partnerships that focuses on

    creating a skilled workforce in

    India.

    The model envisions corporates

    supporting skill development

    efforts in their specific industry,

    which matches their core

    competencies and manpower

    resource needs.

    Our approach is

    flexible, scalable and

    includes on-going

    interventions for

    improving the lives of

    the marginalized, by

    providing education

    opportunities, skills

    and employment.

  • CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS

    Reach and Scale for Skill Development

    Programs

    Government Partnerships

    12,200 youth and women

    3 states

    9 sectors

    900 youth

    Bihar and Chhattisgarh

    Manufacturing and

    Services sectors

    1330 youth

    7 states (Assam, Tripura,

    Bihar, UP, Odisha,

    Jharkhand and Delhi)

    500 youth

    (flood affected areas of)

    Sikkim, Andhra Pradesh,

    Uttarkhand

    1600 youth, mainly

    women

    Maharashtra and

    West Bengal

    Healthcare, Beauty

    & Wellness, Tourism

    & Hospitality,

    Electronics &

    Manufacturing

    sectors

    Youth and women

    Jammu & Kashmir, West

    Bengal

    Apparel and Construction

    sectors

    500 youth

    North East Delhi NCR

    Ministry of Rural Development

    (MORD)

    Ministry of Skill Development and

    Entrepreneurship (MSDE)

    Ministry of Minority Affairs (MOMA)

    Projects include

    Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya

    Yojana (DDU GKY)

    Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)

    Seekho aur Kamao

    National Rural Livelihood Mission NULM)

    Skill Development Initiative Scheme (SDIS)

    SMART City program in association with

    NDMC

    Partnered with 7

    national banks

    to provide loans

    for skill

    development

    and the MUDRA

    Loan for self-

    employment.

    300+ candidates

    3 districts of Odisha

    Wellness, Tourism &

    Hospitality sectors,

    Beauty & Wellness

    Women

    Baroda

    Apparel and Healthcare

  • Orion House 28, Chinar Park, 1st Floor,

    Rajarhat Road, Kolkata-700 157

    Registered O�ce 163/1, VIP Road,

    Scheme VII M, Ultadanga,

    Kolkata - 700 054

    Our O�ces Amritsar | Bangalore | Delhi

    Guwahati | Hyderabad | Jaipur

    Lucknow | Kolkata | Patna

    Pune | Nagpur | Shimla | Vizag

    Phone:

    +91 33 40051635, 9330345102

    E-mail:

    [email protected] &

    [email protected]

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