- Process of On-boarding of Agencies / Organizations under RPL
RPL implementation Agencies / organizations will be selected through EOI/RFP by Respective Line Departments
- RPL implementation Agencies / organizations need to register online with BSDM for conducting RPL under any Training Scheme of any Line Department.
- A standard RFP document will be drafted by BSDM and shared with all the line departments.
- Candidate Eligibility
RPL is applicable to any candidate of Bihar who :
- Working age population – 15 – 59 Years.
- On the date of enrolment, fits the minimum age criteria as per the Qualification Pack (QP) requirements
- Possesses an Aadhaar Card, a bank account and a valid email Id, and
- Fits the pre-screening criteria defined by SSC for the respective job role
- Orientation - Orientation Activities
RPL implementation Agencies / organizations are to ensure that each enrolled candidate mandatorily undergoes a 12 hour orientation which includes the following topics
- Domain Training (clarifying any doubts/gaps a candidate may have with respect to Job Role including the topic of Health and Safety)- 6 Hours
- Soft Skills and Entrepreneurship Tips specific to the Job Role- 4 Hours
- Familiarization with Assessment Process and Terms- 2 Hour
- Setting up of RPL Assessment Centres
The Industry partner will identify / create assessment and orientation infrastructure in Bihar or in other parts of India (If approved by BSDM) and register the training centre on BSDM’s portal.
The Industry Partner will implement the training program in compliance to the various guidelines and norms laid out by BSDM.
RPL implementation Agency / organization to request only SSC (or the successor National Board for Skill Certification) accredited AAs to conduct the Final Assessment of the candidates. There should be no overlap in the functions of the Assessment Agency and the RPL facilitator engaged for the project.
- Marks scored in the Core NOSs of a QP will be given 70% weightage in the total score. The remaining
- 0% weightage will be from the Non-Core NOSs.
For example: A QP has five NOSs (three Core and two Non-Core). A candidate scores 240 marks out of 300 in the three Core NOS, and 160 out of 200 in the two Non-Core NOSs. The total score of the candidate will be (240/300 x 70) + (160/200 x 30) = 80 out of 100.
- The pass percentage for a QP basis the NSQF Levels is outlined
- For NSQF Level 1,2,3 minimum 50 % required for Passing a QP
- For NSQF Level 4 & above 70 % required for passing a QP
- A candidate who achieves greater than or equal to the pass percentage mentioned in above for a QP shall be awarded the Skill Certificate and stipend payout (@ INR 35/- upto a max of INR 500). Certified candidates will receive a Grade (A/B/C) on their Skill Certificates (as per the grading criteria).
- A candidate, who achieves less than the pass percentage mentioned for a QP, shall receive only the stipend pay-out (@ INR 35/- upto a max of INR 500) and will be encouraged to undergo regular Training under Domain Skilling.
- Only those candidates who have valid Aadhaar numbers, a bank account and a valid email Id shall be issued the Skill Certificate/ stipend pay-out,
- Candidates eligible for the Skill Certificate shall also be provided Grades (A/B/C) as mentioned below-
- Grades for NSQF Levels 1,2 and 3
- A - 85% and above
- B - > 70% to < 85%
- C - 50% to 70%
- Grades for NSQF Levels 4 and above
- A - 85% and above
- B - 70% to < 85%