TSKC


Telangana Skill Knowledge Center (TSKC)

   Telangana Skill knowledge Center earlier it was called as “Jawahar Knowledge Centre”.  The Govt. of Andhra Pradesh initiated JKC in 2005 as a reliable solution to the problem of unemployment faced by students studying non-professional courses in Degree colleges of AP. The ever increasing prominence of India on the global map has paved way for a growing demand for hard working and talented students good in computer skills, communication skills and industry related skills. The doors of global job market are opened to students who can speak fluently, compute quickly, write legibly and analyse logically.

            Telangana Skill knowledge Center’s primary aim is to provide intensive training to students in employable skills and enable students avail themselves of the bright opportunities in the global job market. Remarkably, the centers are best utilized by the poorest of the poor and marginalized sections of the society. Students from rural areas who have no access to advantages experienced by their urban counterparts are provided the latest technologies and opportunities to upgrade their skills and encouraged to compete for better standards of living. The centre received overwhelming response from day one and the encouraging placements add to its strength and objectives.

            Telangana Skill knowledge Center was established in our college in the academic year 2007-08. It provides necessary training in technical, analytical, communication and soft skills needed for career growth and development of the students. A number of campus recruitment drives have been conducted every year. The centre is working hard to create ample opportunities for placements of the outgoing students by arranging campus interviews. The team of mentors in the centre put in all their efforts and skills in offering expert guidance and support to students. They are trained in various skills required in the job market. A number of mock interviews, seminars, workshops and extension lectures are organized in the college campus by eminent academicians, scholars, consultants, industrialists and professionals from diverse fields. Our college JKC is always ahead in promoting awareness programs on emerging trends and technologies. Many students got selected and placed in various companies, Banks and Laboratories national wide with the altruistic efforts of the centre.

 

 

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OBJECTIVES:

TSKC Provides additional knowledge to the Students like Computer Knowledge,Competitive Knowledge, Communication Skills, Personality Development, Career Guidance, and Job Preparedness.   We are Conducted Four Mega Job Mela’s in past Five Years resulted as 316 our Students got placed in Different Companies.
 We are regularly arranged motivated and informative extension Lectures by different resource Persons to the Students.
 We have done 3 MOU’s with different organizations. 1. IIT-Mumbai, 2. Indur Engineering College, 3. Dr.C.Veerender
 We also provide free online certificate course facility to the students. Till now more than 190 students got benefitted with IIT Mumbai.    We also provide DISHA – UNDP psychometric assessments and Individual Career Counseling for more than 700 Women Students.  We are Conducted Mock Competitive Exams to our College Students

1. VRO/VRA Exams, 2. S.I and Constable Exams, 3. Physical Events Test for S.I and Constable Exams.

Five Components of TSKC curriculum

    1

Communication skills

Speaking Skills ,Writing skills &Vocabulary

building in both English and Mother Tongue

       2

Technical Skills/ Computer Knowledge

Basic knowledge of Computers, SBTET

Typing certificate, MS office, Internet Browsing,

MOOCs, Certificate Courses

    3

Analytical Reasoning & Aptitude

Logical reasoning, Problem solving,

Creative thinking and Arithmetic

       4

Personality Development

Knowing Oneself, Relationships,

Right knowledge

    5

Career Guidance &

Job Preparedness

Career opportunities, Job requirements and

Job preparedness, Grooming

Objectives of TSKC

TSKC is a broad spectrum to make the student self-confident, self-reliant and with self-esteem when he/she enters into society.

To make the students focus on  various issues and challenges beyond their regular course.

To make every student acquire Skills and Knowledge apart from the regular Bachelors Degree.

TSKCs will introduce students to various latest avenues for Skill Updating like

To give students guidance regarding the new emerging career opportunities available in the job market.

To support and bridge the gap between the available human resources (students) and the skills required by the employers.

TSKC will thrive on the Mentor-Mentee system in Govt. Degree Colleges,

The Specific Objectives of TSKC

Design curriculum integrally related to the needs of the job industry

 Ensure all students’ and stakeholders’ needs are understood, focus on problematic areas like “voice based efficiency” and “accent with minimum mother tongue influence” to provide a sustainable solution to the demands of the placement generating companies.

 Generate modules tailored to the learner’s level of proficiency, lesson plans and study material by utilizing the expertise of faculty in GDCs who were trained by ELF Master Trainers from the US and Infosys.

 The student on completion of training should comfortably and confidently use employability skills in a variety of social and business situations.

 Improve their learning outcome.

 Expand Training package to include courses that are in demand and promise 100% placement opportunity like TALLY, MS Excel, Networking, Hardware etc

 

The benefits of Telangana Skill Knowledge Center 

Training Practice on employable skills

Co- curricular activities to enhance Communication and Soft skills.

Career Awareness/ Planning

To offer wide range of employability skills and long term employment opportunities in various Public and Private sector units.

 To promote Government - Institute - Industry relations through training and placements.

 To help desiring students find employment soon after Graduation in reliable job sectors.

To provide the best of the opportunities to the students who belong to weaker and marginalized sections

To offer career counselling to job aspiring students and guidance to students seeking higher studies

 

 

 

 

Major Sectors for Placements

  • IT & Tele communications
  • Banking & Finance
  • Insurance  & Marketing
  • Pharmacy  & Service Organizations

 

 

Mentor-Mentee

  • The faculty members should take responsibility in implementing the programme by mentoring 20-40 Mentees (students) depending on the student/teacher strength of the college.
  • The Mentor will see that his/her Mentees maintain their College attendance and TSKC attendance.
  • The Mentor will see that his/her Mentees meet the expected outcome at the end of each semester along  with the submission of their record work.
  • The Mentor will monitor the performance of the student in both Academic & TSKC Curricula and report the same Online weekly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Govt. Degree & P.G. College(A), Siddipet

Placement details (2012-2016)

S.No

Years

Name of the Company

No.of students  Selected

1

2012-13

ICICI BANK(Marketing Exe.)

23

2

2013-14

APPSC-Group IV(J.A.)

1

3

Army medical Corps
(nursing Asst.)

1

4

APPSC-V.R.O.

2

5

S.I.

5

6

CONISTABLE

2

7

ARMY

1

8

2014-15

Eurka Forbs

16

9

Beam Cables IT Professinal
(Field Engineer)

1

10

24/7 co.(SBI-Infotech)

11

11

MSN LBS (Trainee Exe.)

39

12

HDFC BANK

1

13

Tata Docomo

1

14

canara bank - clerk

11

15

Elico - BPO

1

16

WIPRO - BPO

1

17

Ramcore Voltas

1

18

Dr.Reddys lab

16

19

Matrix see food Pvt. Ltd.

12

20

 

Apprenties in lab technician

1

21

2015-16

ING Vysya Bank

16

22

 ICICI Bank

16

23

Eurka Forbs

20

24

AIEGIES

12

25

VARUN MOTORS

8

26

TIMES PRO

60

27

Hinduja Global Solutions

9

28

Reliance

14

29

MSN LBS (Trainee Exe.)

14

Total

316

 


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