Government Supported
Training

At both state and central level, government commitment to skilling and upskilling the Indian youth and workforce has resulted in a comprehensive framework of funding schemes and incentive opportunities. As a result, participants are provided incentives by the Government to undertake training and/or find that their courses are heavily subsidized.

High quality skills learning at certificate and diploma level is widely acknowledged as integral to maintaining and increasing India's competitive advantage in a global marketplace. Given that enhancing the productivity of the Indian workforce through Learning & Development is a key responsibility of government, a range of complementary Central and state-based schemes now serve to fund or subsidise the upskilling of employees across all industries.

Government-funded training is at the core of what we do and we are dedicated to providing industry, regardless of age, with the skills and knowledge relevant to their job role as well as assisting employers in building and training a motivated and skilled workforce.

Our programmes, aimed at anyone from the age 18 upwards, are extremely flexible and we can work with you to identify shortages in skills and deliver tailor-made funded courses that will overcome the shortfall. Our team of experts are committed to delivering bespoke training programmes that will not only enhance your workforce but also transform your company to become a more productive and successful business. In 2011, Rooman joined NSDC (National Skill Development Corporation) as one of its training partners to accomplish NSDC mission of skilling 150 Million people by 2022. Today, we are proud to be the pioneers in Vocational Training extending our services in the sector of IT/ITES, Electronics, Telecom, Retail, BFSI, Automotive, etc. Rooman is also authorized training partner of NCVT and executing Training projects for Government of Karnataka, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, UP, J&K, Kerala, Orissa, Punjab and Maharashtra.

Skill India:

The main goal is to create opportunities, space and scope for the development of the talents of the Indian youth and to develop more of those sectors which have already been put under skill development for the last so many years and also to identify new sectors for skill development. The new program aims at providing training and skill development to 500 million youth of our country by 2020, covering each and every village. Various schemes are also proposed to achieve this objective.