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About NAPS:

National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme (NAPS) is a scheme launched by the Government of India on 19th August 2016 to provide financial support to establishments undertaking the Apprenticeship training.

About the Scheme:

Apprenticeship training is a course of training in an industry or establishment, under a contract of Apprenticeship which consists of:

  1.  Basic training component and
  2. On-the-Job-Training (OJT) / practical training at workplace.

All establishments having work force (regular and contract employees) of 30 or more are mandated to undertake Apprenticeship Programs in a range from 2.5% -15% of its workforce (including direct contractual employees) every year.

a) What is Basic Training?

Basic training consists of theoretical and practical / lab instruction segment of every Apprenticeship Program related to a particular trade post for which on-the-Job-Training is imparted to the Apprentice. Basic training is an essential component of Apprenticeship training for those who have not undergone any institutional training / skill training before taking up On-the-Job-Training / practical training. Basic Training is imparted to fresher apprentices for acquiring a reasonable ability to handle Instruments / Machineries / Equipment independently prior to being moved to Shop Floor / Work Area for practical / On-Job training.

b) What is On-the-Job-Training (OJT)?

OJT is practical training imparted at the workplace premises of an establishment.

What are the kinds of Trades / Courses establishments can take up under the Apprenticeship act?

There are two categories of Trades defined under the Apprenticeship act 1961

  • Designated Trades: Those notified by the Government are referred to as “Designated Trades”
  • Optional Trades: The other trades which are not included in the notified list of the Designated Trades but opted as a Trade / Course to be run under the Apprentices Act by an establishment are referred to as “Optional Trades”.

Categories covered under the program:

  • ITI Pass Outs
  • Graduates / Diploma Holders
  • All Pass Outs from the NSQF aligned courses including PMKVY / DDUGKY etc.
  • Dual-Learning Mode from it is
  • Perusing Graduation / Diplomas.
  • Fresh apprentices

NAPS Brochure:

Minimum Stipend to be paid to an apprentice: –

S.NoCategoryStipend prescribed
1School pass 5th to 9thINR 5000 per month
2School pass 10thINR 6000 per month
3School pass – 12thINR 7000 per month
4National or State certificate holderINR 7000 per month
5Technician (Vocational)INR 7000 per month
6Technician apprentices or diploma holderINR 8000 per month
7Graduate apprentices or degreeINR 9000 per month

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