Akshaya Educators

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Akshaya Educators are the franchisee partner of India skills.

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Akshaya Educators offers Industry endorsed, Job ready, courses in RETAIL, BFSI (Banking Financial Services & Insurance). X, XII, Diploma, Graduate, executives wanting to shift their career to Retail/BFSI sector, Retail/BFSI executives wanting to have formal retail certification are all eligible to apply. The certification is endorsed by the industry and issued by India skills - Manipal Education & City & Guilds (UK)

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Akshaya Educators have a great infrastructure to facilitate the students study environment with a classroom, Wi-Fi facility, Library, Retail Lab, Coffee/Snack kiosk. The premises is located on the Hennur main road with bus stop, restaurants, educational institutions, banks and is located amidst commercial & residential area.

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Akshaya Educators shall be eventually podcasting the lectures. Students shall have access to these podcasts & enable them to understand the subject thoroughly. Guest Lecturers, Visiting Faculty, domain experts from the industry shall have interactive sessions with the students and further compliment the in-house faculty efforts in offering the curriculum.

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Akshaya Educators Infrastructure Gallery

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Main Entrance/Visitor’s waiting area

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Classroom with LCD projector/Podcast facility

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Computer Lab -1

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Computer Lab -2

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Faculty/Staff Workstation - 1

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Faculty/Staff Workstation - 2

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Academic Student Counselor workstation

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Retail Lab

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CAT - 6 network cabling/ Wi-Fi

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Power backup

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CEO Cabin

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Retail – Certificate in Retail Skills Rs. 12,000/- English Language Training – ISESOL (Spoken English) Rs. 6,000/- BFSI – Phone Banking Officer, Certificate in Insurance Sales, Certificate in Wealth Management (Sales) Rs. 25,000/- Course Fee:



The Growing Skill Gap::

The Growing Skill Gap: Demand for Skilled Labour 2015 (In Millions) 64.8% of India’s population would be in the working age of 15-64 years in 2026 As the world population ages, we have the advantage of the demographic dividend When we should be looking at exporting skilled labour – The Skilled labour hub of the world, we are facing an acute skilled labour shortage

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By 2030, India’s working age population will overtake China’s and by 2050, it will be 50% larger than China’s. India’s below-25 population “is going to act as a secret weapon in the future,” The median age in India is estimated at 25, compared to 34 in China, 37 in USA, 40 in UK and 44 in Japan. Facts: India is the future "Skills Capital of the World"

Estimated Market Size – 2013::

Estimated Market Size – 2013: Sector Workforce Entrants ( in Lakhs ) Construction 136 Auto 250 Security 20 Retail 66 BFSI 12 M&E 40 Healthcare 6 Hospitality 17 Hair & Beauty 6

Vision for India@75::

Vision for India@75: Skilled (Vocational Education) people – 500 Million (approx – 40% of the population). Currently this figure stands at 15 Million. Professional Workforce – 200 Million (approx - 16% of the population). Currently this figure stands at 11 Million.

Current Environment::

Current Environment: Among an abundance of labour, there is shortage of skilled labour. Vocational Education in India is all set for a phase shift; courtesy, the Government’s thrust. In India - 15 Million learners need to be trained every year against the available capacity of 3.1 Million.

What is IndiaSkills?:

What is IndiaSkills ? 26

What is IndiaSkills?:

What is IndiaSkills ? Joint Venture between Manipal – City & Guilds IndiaSkills aims to be a Benchmark Certifying Body in Vocational Training & Assessments. Key pillars are Content , Delivery & Assessment Methodologies and Certifications . Establish a robust distributed model. Initial sectors chosen based on growth, industry links, current position and availability of products – Construction, Auto, Security, Retail, BFSI, M&E, ELT, Healthcare, Hospitality and Hair & Beauty. 27

City & Guilds – Manipal::

City & Guilds – Manipal: City &Guilds Strength: World’s largest Certifying Body for Vocational Education with over 130 Years of existence Strong and time-tested assessment processes. Internationally accepted inventory of over 600 courses in 28 Sectors Internationally accepted certification in over 100 countries C&G’s global customers can be accessed in India Manipal Strength: Largest & Oldest private sector Education Entity in the Country with over 56 Years of existence Wide Spectrum of programs across Medicine, Engineering, Management & Social Sciences. Presence across Primary, Secondary, Vocational, Higher Education & Doctoral Programs Expertise in delivering training and education in a Distributed Environment Strong Industry tie-ups 28

City & Guilds:

City & Guilds 29

Manipal Education:

Manipal Education 30

What does it leads to…:

What does it leads to… 186 Years of combined experience in Training and education resulting in … “ World class skills that opens the doors to Employment”


Objective: To provide trainees with the essential knowledge and skills required to meet industry standards , through interactive classroom and practice sessions in a simulated environment , subsequently enabling employment in the industry.

Retail Sector:

Retail Sector Consumer spending in India has increased by an impressive 75% in the last four years and is expected to quadruple in the next 20 years. The Indian retail industry, is estimated to reach Rs. 21500 billion by 2010 and Rs.32500 billion in 2015. Organized retail sector is estimated to be at around 4-5% of the total market at present. This is expected to touch 9-10% by 2010. The retail industry provides employment to approximately 21 million people. Very limited retail training opportunities available - niche courses required for areas like merchandising, supply chain, etc. Large amount of staff turnover - resources move to sales profiles in other industries.

BFSI Sector:

BFSI Sector It is estimated that the finance industry will create 4-5 million jobs by 2015. India’s wealth management segment expected to rise to 42 million households by 2012. India currently has 79 commercial banks and 28 public sector banks. Increasing reach of banks to rural areas. Use of technology increasing - with Mobile, Net and Tele banking. Increased focus on risk management. There is currently a skills gap in the following segments selling of products, banking operations, phone banking, retail banking, treasury management and credit management.

English Language Training:

English Language Training The total English language proficiency market in India is worth Rs 15 billion. 180 million Indians can only read and write in basic English but cannot speak fluently. The impact of globalisation and economic development has made English the 'language of opportunity' and a vital means of improving prospects for well-paid employment. Demand for young people with good communication skills far exceeds the supply due to the recent boom in the IT and ITES industries.


Delivery: Face-to-Face Classroom Delivery Simulated Practical Training Role Plays Center Requirements Classrooms Lab Consumables Trainers Support Staff Reference Books

Assessment & Certification::

Assessment & Certification: Conduct of Examination: Written (examination based) - Internal and Final Examination Practical (Competence based) - Internal and Final Examination Internal Examination Written Examination-MCQ and Essay type Practical Example : Internal written examination is unit tests (04 to 05 tests of 10 marks each) and practical or projects covering 25% of total marks. Final Examination Written Examination-MCQ and Essay type Practical Example: Final written examination is MCQ/essay type for 25% of the total marks and competency based Practical assignment for 50% of the total marks. Note: The distribution of marks for Internal and Final examination based on written examination or practical examination may vary from one Qualification to the other.

Benefits to Student::

Benefits to Student: Contemporary courseware Courseware modified and suitable for Indian Students Standardized delivery across centres Timely availability of courseware/certificates Placements Better learning outcomes resulting in suitable placement

Benefits to Corporate::

Benefits to Corporate: First hour productivity Focus on their core business Reduction in training expenses Better deployment of resources Resulting in cost reduction and higher productivity

Demand for Retail, BFSI skill force:

Demand for Retail, BFSI skill force


Placements 100% Placement track record Industry Partners

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Thank you Contact us: Akshaya Educators #167, above State Bank of India, Hennur main road, Bangalore – 560043. Ph: 09742093778; 09742083879

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