NBCC implemented RPL programme at IIT-Delhi project site
NBCC in collaboration with CSDCI and CII has implemented 'Recognition of Prior Learning’ (RPL) programme at its IIT-Delhi project site
February 21, 2020
State-run Navratna PSU, NBCC (India) Limited
under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) has implemented ‘Recognition of Prior Learning
’ (RPL) programme under the ‘Skill India Mission’ at its offices and projects sites throughout the country. NBCC has been implementing RPL programmes at various project sites across the country with a purpose to promote skill development and discover uncertified talented workforce in the construction sector.
In line with this, NBCC, in association with the Construction Skill Development Council of India (CSDCI) and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), has recently implemented the ‘Recognition of Prior Learning’ (RPL-4) programme at its IIT-Delhi project site. In a programme organised at IIT-Delhi project site, the workers have been felicitated with certificates by the senior officers of NBCC Limited. On the occasion officers from CII and CSDCI were also present.
NBCC has been implementing RPL programmes at various project sites across the country with a purpose to promote skill development and discover uncertified talented workforce in the construction sector
So far, NBCC has implemented RPL programme at various work sites including ITPO-Pragati Maidan, East Kidwai Nagar, NIT-Narela, NIDM-Rohini, IIT-Delhi, New Gujarat Bhawan, Vanijaya Bhawan, Sports Injury Centre-Safdarjung, CBI-Maidangarhi, CISF-Maidangarhi, NSEZ-Noida, AIIMS Works at Bilaspur (HP), Dehradun and HSCL worksites.
What is RPL programme?
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a platform to provide recognition to the informal learning or learning through work to get equal acceptance as the formal levels of education. It aims to appreciate prior learning irrespective of the medium of achieving it. In short, RPL is a process of assessment of an individual’s prior learning to give due importance to learning as an outcome rather than learning as a process.