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PMKVY 2.0 - Training of Trainers, Training of Assessors and Training of master Trainers calendar

TOT is training program to certify the trainers so that they can provide the training in a better manner. TOT is a program launched to enhance the quality to impart the training at various locations. It is aimed at those new to training to enable them to make an effective contribution to the training and development of others. It will give trainers the basic skills and knowledge needed as a foundation from which they can later develop further specialist skills of identifying training needs, training design, training facilitation and training evaluation.


This is to inform you that PMKVY team has issued the new guidelines under PMKVY 2.0 for 'Training of Trainer' and 'Training of Assessor' program. TOT & TOA are mandatory under PMKVY 2.0 . TOT/TOA/Master Trainer TOT calendar and qualification pack of platform skills for trainer/master trainer/Assessor are given below for the month of October, November & December 2017.

Please make sure you follow the steps for Registration. Process details given below.

1.TOT/TOA/Master Trainer TOT will be a two-step process -

a) 1st Step Certification on Domain Skills

b) 2nd Step certification on Training Skills (Platform Skills)

2.Batch will be called off/ postponed in case we do not get a viable no. of participants at a particular location.

3.A batch will be formed with a strength of 15 to 20 participants (trainer/ master trainer/Assessor). A confirmation e-

mail will be sent from our side in case the batch is being cancelled / postponed, 72 Hours prior to the planned schedule of the ToT.

4.Trainer/Assessor should secure 80% and above in the domain skills whereas the Master Trainer should secure 90% and above in the domain skills.


a)2 days : Domain Skills training

b)Assessment of domain skills on 3rd day

c)6 days: Platform skills training wrt the Qualification Pack : ToT/TOA Program

d)Assessment of platform skills on 10th day

Fee Structure

Total Fee is

Rs.9,000/-per participant for Non-Technical Roles 

Rs.11,000/-per participant for Technical Roles

(Fee has been revised as per the new guidelines)

Kindly pay the TOT/TOA fee to Bank details furnished below

Account Name - Telecom Sector Skill Council

Bank - ICICI Bank Ltd.

Branch - Shop no. 619/10, Opposite Tivoli Garden, Chattarpur, Delhi- 110074

Account No - 354301000215

IFSC - ICIC0003543

6. Master Trainer TOT

The training duration will be of 5 days covering

a)The training would be of 4 days where participant would undergo the basic overview of domain and platform skills with respect to the QP.

b)Assessment of domain and platform skills on 5th day

Pre-Qualification Required for Master Trainer

 Educational Qualification

 Relevant Industrial Experience

 Training Experience


 Min 5 years

 Min 8 years(fixed)


 Min 5 years

 Min 8 years(fixed)


 Min 5 years

 Min 8 years(fixed)

It is mandatory to fulfil the requirements and share your complete details in the application form with CV attached herewith .No nominations will be considered without verifying the qualification and experience required as mentioned above.

Fee Structure

Total Fee is Rs.5000/-per participant(Fee has been revised as per the new guidelines)

Kindly pay the Master Trainer TOT fee to Bank details furnished below

Account Name - Telecom Sector Skill Council

Bank - ICICI Bank Ltd.

Branch - Shop no. 619/10, Opposite Tivoli Garden, Chattarpur, Delhi- 110074

Account No - 354301000215

IFSC - ICIC0003543

7.Trainer / Master trainer/ Assessor must carry identity proof while attending the ToT/TOA/Master Trainer TOT program

8.Kindly send trainer's nominations with CV along with passport size photograph, who have prior working knowledge on the Job Role for which they are keen in undergoing TOT/TOA/Master Trainer TOT.

How To Apply

STEP 1. Kindly download the TOT/TOA/Master Trainer TOT calendar given below.

STEP 2. Pay the TOT/ TOA Fee to the above mentioned account

STEP 3. Fill the registration form: Click Here To Register

Note - For any further clarification please contact Mr Shiv Kumar Pandey at

TOT Calendar and TOA Calendar

Application Form of Master Trainer

Trainer's-Qualification pack for platform skills

Master Trainer's-Qualification pack for platform skills

Assessor QP-NSDC

Master Assessor QP-NSDC


NOTE:- Nominations will only be considered with Payment as per the "last date to apply" mentioned in the calendar. No nominations will be entertained after the last date as mentioned in the calendar.

TSSC- AICTE PMKVY- TI portal is now open to apply for Telecom Roles


A tripartite partnership has been operationalized between AICTE colleges (through AICTE portal), Employing Industry (through TSSC) and Training Partners (Through TSSC).

The brief manner in which this model works is as under:


  • A training centre will jointly be operationalized by the participating entities on college premises, students mobilized, pre-placed and trainings will commence to be funded under AICTE-PMKVY-TI and or self-financed.


  • On completion of QP based training an additional capsule of company specific training module may also be conducted in this centre. TSSC will endeavor to provide value adds like soft-skills and psychometric tests where required.


  • Post the training, the candidate will be absorbed by the LOI submission company.

To participate, the following process may be followed-

        Link for Training Partner

        Link for Colleges


 Read FAQs, before raising a query:

  1. What is the additional advantage a college gets through this scheme.

      - Industrial Attachment



      -Soft skills

      -Aggregated certification leading to diploma (to be confirmed)

  1. What does a college have to pay?

     -The college/TP has to pay the affiliation fee as per the TSSC         protocols.

3. Will the training be subsidized?

      -Yes, through AICTE-PMKVY-TI

      -College can opt for a self- financed model for training, based common norms  

  1. From where the mobilization can be done?

     -Mobilization of candidates can be done as per the below-mentioned ways-

      -Adjunct areas

      -Other colleges

* (as per the qualification mentioned in QPs)

  1. Will this training be applicable to our own college students?

-No, this will not be applicable to your own college students.

  1. Any specific format for the LOI?

     -Link to format for LOI-

  1. ) How does a college apply for AICTE PMKVY TI 2018-2019?

The college can apply on AICTE’s web portal. The user manual for the same can be found here:

  1. Can a training partner implement this scheme?

Yes, A TP can implement AICTE PMKVY in collaboration with an AICTE approved college on mutually agreed terms.

  1. What will be the payout mechanism?

AICTE will pay the college directly as per common norms in the ratio of 30/30/20/20%

  1. When and by whom will the assessment fee be paid?

Assessment fee is to be paid by the college to TSSC in advance 10 working days prior to the assessment.                                                                  

  1. Are these trainings placement linked?

-Yes, akin to other government subsidized schemes, AICTE PMKVY too has a 20% outcome-based component to be paid only post job/entrepreneur placement of the candidate.

  1. Recommended revenue share between colleges and supporting Partners (Industry/Training Partner)

    -Link to revenue share matrix:

TSSC Bulletin- E Newsletter

Fourth Edition of Telco Times is finally out

Fourth Edition of Telco Times if finally out!!
New Year opens new vistas, and we hope to perform well, as we have done so far. Till date, our effort has been to not only focus on the issues and themes concerning telecom industry, but also elicit views of the leaders of the Telecom industry.
Now as the fourth edition of Telco Times is in your hands, I hope this edition will also provide you with necessary information, as I suppose the previous three editions must have done.

TSSC Invitation for Mobilization Agency/Aggregator

We are in process of inviting all the Mobilizing Agency/Aggregators to be a part of TSSC. These mobilizing agency will also be a part of Rozgar Melas/Job fairs and other important events organized by TSSC.


Mobilizing Partners will catalyze candidates for all the Short Term Trainings/RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) and Apprenticeship training. Preferred mobilizing partners should have good connect with the industries in telecom sector.


All the interested partners can upload their details on the link given below:


TSSC Invitation for Mobilization Agency/Aggregator


An SLA will be signed between TSSC and the Mobilization Agency/Aggregator after the affiliation is completed. 


Note : For authentication please submit your UID scan copy on

We are Hiring !!! - SMT ,Handset repair engineer ,Line Assembler at Bangalore

TSSC is looking for fresh hires/apprentices

TSSC certified students are required by a principal for placement at Bangalore, on immediate basis at approximate CTC of 14,000/-

 The Roles required are:

Surface Mount technology technology

Handset Repair technology

Line Assembler

Certified candidates may submit their names/ details at Click Here To Register

or mail at

Fresh candidates may also apply for this training/ placement. The training will be conducted at Bangalore and other places across India.

Last Date of submission is 3rd January 2018


Interested Applicants can also register through our website

or contact  0124-4148029, 8377004162

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