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RPL 3.0

In the year 2015, Govt. of India, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship had launched Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana. The objective of this scheme is to enable a large number of youth to take up industry-relevant skill training which will help them in securing a better life and make themselves independent. Individuals who already working somewhere RPL improve their skills and certify those candidates. So they can achieve more experience and skills. The RPL component mainly focuses on individuals engaged in unregulated sectors.


Between 2016 -2020, Govt. plans to provide skills under RPL is nearly one crore people. RPL simple and easy process of assessing anyone’s skill or knowledge. In the first leg, the labor ministry official involved program said that process of the RPL scheme in 5 states Haryana, Telangana, Delhi, Odisha, and Chhattisgarh has been “especially encouraging”. While the scheme was open for all states but the five were among the first to show interest in the implementation of the scheme and hence included the first phase.

 

The main Objective of the RPL are:

1.     To align the efficiency of the unregulated workforce of the country standardized NSQF.

2.     To improve the career or employability chance of an individual as well as provide another route of access to further and higher education.

3.     To provide a chance for the decrease of inequalities based on preferring certain forms of knowledge over others.

Over a duration of four years, this scheme aims to achieve a target of 25 lakh certification. According to these guidelines, SSCs or any other designated agencies shall implement RPL projects under the aegis of the NSDC.

If there is any updation happen in the guideline of the PMKVY, then it will be available on the PMKVY site – www.pmkvyofficial.org.

 

Project

 

PIA shall implement the RPL through any of the 3 types mentioned in the Table below.

Sr. No.

Project Type

Target Group

Step RPL Process

1.

RPL Camps

Camps organized in a specific place where workers of a particular sector are consolidated.

Step 1: Mobilisation

Step 2: Pre Screening and Counselling

Step 3: Orientation

Step 4: Final Assessment

Step 5: Certification and Payouts

2.

Employers Premises

RPL on-site at on Employer’s place

Step 1: Mobilisation

Step 2: Pre Screening and Counselling

Step 3: Orientation

Step 4: Final Assessment

Step 5: Certification and Payouts

3.

RPL Centres

RPL organize training at own place

Step 1: Mobilisation

Step 2: Pre Screening and Counselling

Step 3: Orientation

Step 4: Final Assessment

Step 5: Certification and Payouts

 

Eligibility

RPL is applicable to any youth who:

Qualify the minimum age criteria.

Have an aadhaar card and a bank account.

Qaulify the pre-screening criteria defined by the SSC.

RPL Process

 

Step – 1

Mobilisation

PIA may engage a Mobilization Agency for Project type 1 and 3 to assist in on-ground mobilizing of potential candidates in RPL camps or RPL centers.

 

Mobilizing of employees is to be undertaken by the employer, for project type 2.

 

Differences in execution modalities and stakeholders per project type:

 

Project Type -1(RPL Campus):

1.     PIA to spot Industrial and traditional clusters to conduct RPL.

2.     PIA to spot job roles in which RPL is conducted within the clusters elite.

3.     RPL camp’s duration is decided by the PIA based on the availability of eligible beneficiaries.

4.     RPL camp is conducted by PIA at a prominent locality within each cluster.

5.     PIA to mobilize Probable candidates to RPL camps.

6.     According to RPL branding guidelines, RPL camp is to be branded.

7.     RPL camp’s inauguration is made by the MPs, MLAs, DMs, SDMs, DLOs, Chief Judicial Magistrates, Municipal Commissioners’ and or District Employment Officers.

 

Project Type -2 (Employers’ Premises)

1.     PIA to tie up with employers.

2.     PIA to spot job roles for which RPL may be held within the employer’s premises.

3.     Employers are mobilizing their workers to take part in RPL.

4.     According to the RPL branding guidelines, the employer’s premise is to be branded.

 

Project Type -3(RPL centers)

1.     PIA to spot job roles and geographies for conducting RPL.

2.     PIA may join a mobilizing agency to assist in mobilizing probable candidates.

3.     The mobilization agency is to call probable candidates to a designated RPL center in the area.

4.     The training center has to be in the main locality and affiliated with PMKVY.

5.     According to the RPL branding guidelines, the RPL center is to be branded.

 

Step -2 Counseling and Pre – screening

 

For all types of project, the following types of pre-screening and counseling guidelines are as follows:

 

1.     PIA shall join training partners as RPL facilitators to deal with the counseling and pre-screening of candidates. It’s PIA’s duty to check that only RPL facilitators who are certified trainers are approved for participation.

2.     Probable candidates shall be counseled by the RPL facilitators.

3.     Only those candidates enrolled for this scheme who successfully clear the counseling and pre-screening.

4.     Aadhar number is compulsory for all candidates and it is checked at the time of enrollment.

Step -3 Orientation

For all types of project, the following guidelines are followed:

 

Its PIA’s responsibility to ensure that each enrolled candidates undergo orientation. Orientation of RPL includes the following activities:

a.     Domain training is provided at least a minimum of 3 hours

b.     Entrepreneurship and soft skills tips specific to the job roles are provided for at least a minimum 2 hours.

c.      Provide the details of the Assessment Process and Terms at least a minimum 1 hour.

 

Step – 4 Final Assessment

For all types of projects, the following types of assessment guidelines shall be adopted:

1.     PIA is to identify the SSC to conduct the candidate’s final assessment.

2.     Before the start of the final assessment, aadhar number of each candidate of each assessor is to be validated by the PIA and uploaded on the SDMS.

3.     PIA are ensure that the Assessment agency or Assessors adhere to the following:

a.     Photo IDs are carried by the Assessors at the time of Assessment.

b.     All candidates are to receive an assessment orientation before the start of the assessment.

c.      Assessments have to be held in the local language.

d.     The assessment agency will also scrutiny the evidence submitted by the candidate.

e.     After the completion of the final assessment, the result should be uploaded by the assessor or assessment agency on the SDMS within two days.

4.     At the end of the assessment, the candidate has to fill the candidate feedback form.

 

Step -5 Certification and Payouts

For all types of project the following certification and payouts guidelines shall be adopted:

 

1.     Within five days of the ultimate assessment, candidates are to get their grade and be provided details for the gathering of the skill certificate and/or mark sheet at a designated area and time. If the mobile number of the candidate is taken, then the PIA ought to inform the candidate via SMS of the aforesaid detail.

2.     Only Pass candidates are eligible for certification. Only those candidates who are eligible for certification have a valid aadhar numbers.

 

Branding and Publicity

1.     According to the RPL branding guidelines, Branding is undertaken in projects types 1, 2, and 3.

2.     PIA’s shall publicize/encourage all RPL projects held through the following mediums:

a.     Through the Local newspaper by giving advertisements and press releases.

b.     Through Wall paintings and posters

c.      Through Electronic media like SMS, What's App, Facebook, and many more.

d.     Through Local Radio stations.

 

Project Funding

1.     PIA’s provided the fund for the implementation of the RPL project along with the following slabs:

 

Manufacturing sector                               2500 per candidate

Service Sector                                             2000 per candidate

2.     Full payments directly transferred to the PIA’s bank account as given below:

a.     30% amount is to be given after the enrolment of the candidate.

b.     70% amount is to be given after the successful completion of the course.

3.     Assessment fees paid to the Assessment Agency

a.     1200 for Manufacturing Sector

b.     800 for Service Sector

Methods of assessing previous learning square measures varied and include: analysis of previous expertise gained through volunteer work, previous paid or unpaid employment observation of actual work behavior. The essential component of RPL is that it’s an associate assessment of proof gained provided by a person to support their claim for ability against a given set of standards or learning outcomes.

 

RPL is typically confused with credit transfer, an assessment conducted in order to recognize advanced standing or for assigning education credit. The essential distinction between the two is that RPL considers proofs of ability that will be drawn from the associate facet of an applicant's skilled or personal life. Credit transfer is associated advanced standing deal primarily with an analysis of educational performance because it relates to a specific field of study and whether or not advanced standing could also be granted toward the gaining of further qualifications. Some educational establishments embody credit transfer among their overall RPL umbrella because the method still involves assessment of previous learning notwithstanding however achieved.

 

RPL is known by several names in several countries. In the United Kingdom it is known as Accreditation of prior learning (APL), Accreditation Prior Experiential Learning (APEL), in Australia and New Zealand known as RPL, and in Canada known as Prior Learning Assessment and Reorganization.

 

 

First Phase of RPL under PMKVY 3.0

 

In the first phase target are 5 Lakh for quarter two to be allocated across approved sector skill councils and job roles.

In the first phase of the pilot, all job roles of the SSCs participated. SSC can select only a few job roles to participate in SDMS.

Guidelines for the Assessment Agency

1.     Assessments have to be taken in the local language wherever possible.

2.     According to the assessment criteria, assessment should be carried out.

3.     In order to assess the adroitness of the subject knowledge, the candidate gives a test provided by the assessment agency keeping in view the literacy level of the candidate.

4.     The assessment agency review the proofs submitted by the candidate like confirming the identity of the candidate, physical verification of the document provided.

5. Questions asked at the time of the practical assessment for the skill should be simple, direct, and comprehendible.
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