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Building India 2022- A Human

Resource Super Power

Partnering to Establish India as the Skill


Capital of the World
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India- Unity in Diversity


Religion

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Hindu
Muslim
Christian
Sikh
Budh
Jain
Others
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80.46%
13.43%
2.34%
1.87%
.77%
.41%
.72%
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India- Unity in Diversity

Castes
Brahmin
4.8%
Kshatriya
3.6%
Vaishya
3.4%
SC 19.5%
ST
8.7%
OBC
41%
Others
19%

89.8% Indians belong to Backward,Tribal & Scheduled


Castes and most of them live in Rural India
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India- Unity in Diversity


Income
Annual Income(in Rs.) Households
Deprived (<1,12,000)
134.7mn
Aspirers (2,50,000)
29.5%

%
56.2%

70.7mn

Middle class (12,50,000) 31.4mn

13.1%

Rich (above 12,50,000)

1.2%

3.2mn

India has 31.4mn households(157mn people) in the


middle class which in itself is the fifth largest nation in
the world.
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India- Unity in Diversity


Profession
Agriculture

56%

Small & Medium Enter.


38%
Govt Jobs & PSU
Corporate

5%
1%

India has a workforce of 510mn people which will rise


to a workforce of 1 billion people by 2022-23
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India- A Young Nation


0-15 years

35% 421 mn

15-25 years 22%


mn

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India < 25 years 57% 685


mn
685mn Indians will enter the job market in the next 25
years i.e. 27.4mn young Indians will have to skilled for
the jobs every year.
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Snapshot: Global Demographics

Snapshot: Global Demographics

Education and skill development A vision for


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India achieves 100% functional literacy

India builds 700 million globally employable workforce, comprising 200


million university graduates and 500 million vocationally skilled people

India develops world class infrastructure to become a global hub for


knowledge creation, talent development and entrepreneurial incubation

India sets global standards and becomes a scale provider of value based
learner-centric education, skills development and professional educators
through industry partnerships

Share of employment of different sectors till


2022

Table 3: Current and projected employment in select


informal sectors between 2008 and 2022 (in000s)

Projected human resource till 2022 for select informal


sectors Beauticians, Facility Management, Security
Guards (in 000s)

Future-Proof Your Job


Skills

Building India 2022-A Human Resource


Super Power

Hope and Aspirations

India has lagged behind for several reasons in the


race for economic development. However, the
picture is not that dark for the future. I strongly
believe, if we are able to exploit and develop the
tremendous human resource of our nation, it is
inevitable, as never before ever witnessed, to
leap forward in the race for social and economic
development.

Building India 2022- A Human Resource Super


Power
Hope and Aspirations

What we need is skills development. However, it


is extremely essential to equip our youth with
right skills which make them productive citizens
of our society. Because, empowerment through
the acquisition of knowledge is the only way in
which those who have lagged behind in the race
for social and economic development can catch
up with the rest of the World and go beyond it.

Our Purpose, Promise,


Principles

Navkar in Hindi stands for New Work- This is the promise that we stand for towards the youth that it will skill,
whether under vocational skill curricula, or skilling programs at school, or through corporate training. The youth
skilled by this company will be able to get new and better jobs and will be able to create a new beginning for
themselves.
Navkar in numerology characterizes The Master Builder, Large Endeavors, Powerful Force and a Leader These are,
also, the characteristics and traits that this company commits to build for itself while fulfilling all stakeholder
commitments.

Our Purpose
Joining the Dots
for a
Healthy & Happy Tomorrow

Our Promise
We enable Individuals and Institutions
in Healthcare & Allied Sectors
towards a Secure and Sustainable future
through Skilling, Capacity Building &
Vocational Self Reliance programs
to World Class Standards
with Global Partnerships

Our Principles
Vibrant
Humane
Dependable
Value Relationships
Grass-root Immersion

Purpose The task of skilling youth for employability is a large and


expansive journey. At Navkar, we are extremely clear that to build a
successful implementation engine, we need to join the dots build best in
class partnerships for the business model content, certification standards,
franchise partners, etc.
Promise We do understand that the task at hand is noble and has a larger
social impact in creating inclusive growth, As the same time, there has to be
a business model which allows for scale and profitability. Hence, Navkar is
an entity with a social heart and business mind. We will create employment
and enhancement opportunities for youth (largely accessing the rural and
semi-urban geographies) through skills, thereby contributing to enhancing
the quality of healthcare service delivery in India
Principles We dont want to be just a successful organization, but a
successful organization which is known and respected for its values by all
its stakeholders. Given the nature of the diverse stakeholders youth,
implementation partners, healthcare delivery system, government, foreign
partners, etc. we will create an eco-system where our employees, both
direct and partners, embody these values in all their interactions to create a
Navkar way!
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Our Operating Model


& Key Partnerships

Janani SHPs, HLF PPT, NGOs / CBOs


Heimerer Academy (Germany), VTCT (UK),
Fortis Healthcare, Bausch + Lomb, MART
TARAhaat, Janani, own SCDs / CoEs
Sector Skill Council, NCVT, INC, State
Medical Councils, Heimerer Academy, VTCT
Fortis Healthcare, Emmanuelle Hospitals,
Bausch + Lomb, Baxter, etc.
Staffing organizations, Own Company

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Project Implementation Overview


Youth / TG

NCVT Certified
Content

Financing

Government

Training
Delivery

Certification
and
Assessment

Employability
creation

Skill Development
Centre
local infra like District
Hospital, schools

Creating Industry linkages for job


creation and entrepreneurship
development

Operating the Skill Mission:

Core Processes

Market Mapping
Community
Mobilization

Franchise Operations

Placement
Support

Community
Linkages

Franchise Selection & Onboarding

Hospitals /
Nursing
homes

MFI
Linkages

SME
Linkages

PreScreening
for
Enrolment

Temp
(Outsourced
manpower)
Staffing
Cos.

Quality Assurance

Our Board & Advisory Council


Our Board
Navin Bhatia, Managing Director
Navin has had a multi-faceted experience of over 28 years in training solutions, sales
and marine operations. He has led large training organizations, including Centum
Learning (Bharti), NIS Sparta (Reliance) and WorkSkills India (PPP between Bharti &
NSDC). He has been instrumental in shaping the Government Skill development space
for implementation by private sector.

Daljit Singh, Director


Daljit is the President -Strategy and Organizational Development of Fortis Healthcare
Ltd. He joined the Company in September 2002. He has over eight years of experience
in the healthcare industry and over three decades of management experience. Mr. Singh
was the Chief Executive Officer of the Company until November 30, 2006.

Harish Natarajan, Director


Veenu Jaichand, CEO
Veenu, with an experience of over 20 years, is training industrys thought leader in operationalizing
Learning Solutions, delivering outcomes for the sponsors and meeting business objectives for all
projects. She was, in her last assignment, the COO for WorkSkills India (PPP between Bharti & NSDC).

Harish is Managing Director India and SE at Bausch + Lomb


Previous to this tenure he had led teams in various management
capacities at Baxter Healthcare, Pepsi and ICI Paints. Harish
managed Baxter operations at Philippines before his current tenure.

Our Advisory Council


Rajat Rakheja, COO
Rajat has had a rich experience of over 17 years across multiple roles and industries like
paints, IT, Telecom and Training. He has led operations for some of the leading players
in these sectors. In his last assignment, he managed national operations for WorkSkills
India (PPP between Bharti & NSDC).

Kakul Misra, CBO


Kakul has over 12 years of experience in working on large learning solutions for both private sector and
development sector. Her experience spans working with stakeholders across Governments, Donor
agencies, PSUs and Corporate, with projects in domains of Health & Family Welfare, Education and
Women Empowerment.

The Advisory Council has been formed to advise the


management & board on the business plan and the operational
plan in terms of synergies, blind spotting, opportunities and
challenges etc.
Our Valued Advisory Council comprises:
Dr. Tarun Seem, Ex director, NRHMM, Ex-Head of System
Support Unit at PHFI
Krishan Khanna, Founder of iWatch Foundation
Juergen Mannicke, Educon, Consultant iMove, Germany
Dr Anil Cherian, Director, Community Health & Development ,
Emmanuel Hospital
Anirban Sengupta, Head Marketing, Artemis Medical
Services
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Always aim at complete


harmony of thought and
deed.
- Mahatma Gandhi