ASEEM (Aatamanirbhar Skilled Employee Employer Mapping) sees Tremendous Interest in the Midst of Economic Repossession

By Tanuja Akkannavar Friday, 09 October 2020

The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship had launched ASEEM (Aatamanirbhar Skilled Employee Employer Mapping), in the month of July, to help the skilful people discovery right employment opportunities. Currently, this platform is witnessing high demand within a few weeks of its launch and in the midst of a pandemic situation wherein, most of the people are losing their employments.

Around 5, 00,000 verified job vacancies are there for skilled blue-collar workers for October-December on the platform, created and managed by the NSDC in collaboration with a Bengaluru-based company, Betterplace. Around 60,000 individuals have been utilized in a little more than two months through the stage as states continue loosening up limitations, more organizations open up and the interest accumulates pace. The company Betterplace says that there are some of the top recruiters that are connected with ASEEM, such as Flipkart, Amazon, Sodexo, JK Tyres, Apollo Tyres, Larsen & Toubro, Welspun, Jubilant FoodWorks, Shapoorji Pallonji, Bandhan Bank, DLF Brands, Meru Cabs, Muthoot Fincorp, Foxconn, Compass Group and LIC. “Many individuals dropped out of occupations during the first few months when the lockdown was imposed due to the Covid-19 pandemic and many relocated to the places where they grew up. When organizations and organizations fired opening up there was a flood sought after for talented specialists. Around this period, we dispatched ASEEM which associates gifted labourers looking for occupations with bosses who are in the post of such work," asserts NSDC Managing Director Manish Kumar.

The ASEEM platform has more than 10.2 million enrolled job seekers and has connected with around 3 million candidates, while another 9 million meetings are focused throughout the following a half year. This platform utilizes Artificial Intelligence to coordinate openings for work with gifted up-and-comers while planning their pin codes with the first inclination for occupations that are nearer to home areas. And the top sectors that have job vacancies are food, hospitality, banking and finance, logistics, manufacturing, construction, retail, textile and healthcare.

Further, the NSDC has planned to collaborate with international companies for the skilled individuals and the NSDC had a discussion with India’s ambassador to Russia about opportunities for blue-collar Indian workers. "There is interest for skilful candidates in Russia in regions, for example, oil and gas, development, shipbuilding (welders, underground water welders), pearls and adornments, agribusiness and administration areas, (for example, retail, cordiality and medical care, and our likely arrangement is to develop ASEEM with at any rate three extra offices working on the interesting side one of which will be focused at abroad business associate," said Manish Kumar.

Other countries are the UAE and a few East European nations likewise represent the worldwide interest for the Indian workforce. “4, 00,000 more jobs are likely in Jan-March as per initial hiring indications from employers, Initial hiring demand was from states that unlocked first, such as Karnataka, Delhi, and others. A lot of pent-up demand is coming from Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad, and many more. Also, Companies are willing to pay 15-20 percent higher wage to skilled manpower”, adds Saurabh Tandon, Co-Founder, Betterplace.

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