Indian Skill Development Services Launched By Govt on The lines of IPS/IAS

Govt. Launches ISDS on lines of IPS/IAS: The Central Government will soon initiate Indian Skill Development Services for its Training Directorate. The MSDE or Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship has issued a notification about the same. There would be 263 Posts all over India. At the senior administrative level, there are three posts. The junior administrative grade has 28 posts. The senior time scale has 120 posts and there are 112 posts for the junior time 112. The National Institute of Skill Development is the respective institution to train the cadre. The Indian Skill Development Services is aiming at engineers to assist in different skill development fields. The ISDS was created on the lines of the IAS as well as the IPS.

Indian Skill Development Services Launched By Govt on The lines of IPS/IAS

Indian Skill Development Services Launched By Govt on The lines of IPS/IAS
Indian Skill Development Services Launched By Govt on The lines of IPS/IAS

“The purpose of instituting a formal service in Group A category was initiated almost two years back when the ministry was formed and the Union Cabinet approved its creation on October 7, 2015. With notification of this service, the skill ecosystem is expected to get strengthened and modernized in line with the current scientific and industrial development in the country.” This is as per the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. The Statement by MSDE further explains. “The MSDE statement explains: “The knowledge acquired by the engineers recruited will give new impetus to the initiative of the government to the skill development and also an efficient and effective implementation of the schemes.”

The Union Public Service Commission will conduct the Indian Engineering Service Examinations in order to fill up the Group-A service ISDS Rank Positions. The MSDE goes on to state the purpose of the initiation of the Indian Skill Development Services for The Training Directorate in the Statement. It is “involved in the implementation of various schemes like the Craftsmen Training Scheme covering 126 trades, Apprenticeship Training Scheme covering 259 trades and Skill Development Initiative Scheme for the Modular Employable Skill covering 578 modules,” according to the MSDE statement.

Apart from Training, the directorate also “conducts examinations and awards certificates under National Council of Vocational Training.” The Body also organizes “advance skill training, supervisory training, and staff training through its various field institutes spread across the country.”