On 29th May 2020, The Union Ministry of Labour and Employment in partnership with TCS iON offers free online career skills training through the National Career Service(NCS) project to enhance the corporate etiquette, interpersonal skills, presentation skills and other softs skills of the job-seekers.
TCS iON free online Career skill training:
The course is compiled of nine modules which includes,
- how to prepare resume,
- Enhance verbal and non-verbal communication skill
- How to participate in group discussion
- How to prepare presentations
- Etiquette to follow during work related telecall
The modules are available in Hindi and English
How to enroll for the course:
i.The candidates can register through the NCS official portal and access the free course.
ii.The registration requires PAN or Aadhaar number, date of birth, e-mail ID, mobile number and other personal details.
i.Launched on 20th July 2015, NCS is a five year project implemented by the Directorate General of Employment, Ministry of Labour & Employment.
ii.The NCS provides services, counselling and courses for apprenticeship, internships etc. for the job-seekers.
iii.The portal supports multilingual call centres available from Tuesday to Sunday 8.00 am to 8.00 pm in Hindi, English, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu.
iv.The access points of NCS are, NCS portal, Career Centres, Common Service Centres and Post offices.
For more details on the project visit: www.ncs.gov.in
i.The Ministry of Labours announced that around 1 crore job seekers and 54000 employers have registered with this portal and the NCS portal has mobilized more than 73 lakh vacancies
ii.In the period of lockdown due to COVID-19 the NCS has conducted around 76 online Job fairs to reduce the gap between the employers and job seekers.
iii.NCS in partnership with HireMee, online assessment and hiring service provider, offers creation of video profiles for job-seekers.
About Ministry of Labour & Employment:
Minister of State(Independent charge)– Santosh Kumar Gangwar
Secretary– Heera Lal Samariya