Following these objectives, SHREYAS provides a combination of classroom and hands-on the learning experience.
Such a learning experience equips the candidates with relevant professional skills and boosts their employability. Thus, empowering the overall human resource of the country.
Hopefully, more sectors shall be added over time with some curriculum adjustments.
|Stakeholder||Interest or Impact on the Scheme||Role|
|Institutions||SSCs identify the industries for apprenticeship and conduct the assessment for certification.||
|SSCs||The existing programs are restructured into B.A. (Professional), B.Com (Professional) or B.Sc. (Professional).||
|MSDE and NSDC||MSDE operates the NAPS scheme through NSDC.
The entire program progresses only with the dynamic interface and information sharing between the MHRD and MSDE.
|Short Form||Full Form|
|SHREYAS||Scheme for Higher Education Youth for Apprenticeship and Skills|
|UGC||University Grants Commission|
|MHRD||Ministry of Human Resource Development|
|MSDE||Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship|
|MLE||Ministry of Labour and Employment|
|NAPS||National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme|
|SSCs||Sector Skill Councils (SSCs),|
|BFSI||Banking Finance Insurance Sector|
|HEIs||Higher Education Institutions|
|NCS||National Career Service|