Logistics Sector Skill Council (LSC), established by the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) through National Skill Development Corporation of India (NSDC), has launched Apprenticeship-based higher education programmes both in humanities and technology disciplines with the primary objective of creating adequate skills for gainful employment at various levels of managerial cadre in Logistics Industry.
The core focus of the programmes is Skill Development, and hence nearly 60% of the programme component & duration constitutes On-the Job Training in the form of Industry Apprenticeship. The specific objective of Apprenticeship Training of degree students is to help them
- Demonstrate the knowledge, skill, and attitude gained while undergoing the degree programme,
- Take appropriate and practical decisions on the day-to-day managerial issues in Logistics Processes,
- Perform as an effective and efficient supervisory staff, and
- Get inducted in a Logistics company effortlessly immediately on joining the company.
The Collaborating Institution evaluates the Apprenticeship Report (comprising Work Diary) submitted by students, and conduct Viva for a mark of 150, which is considered as End Semester Examination (ESE). The Evaluation & Viva is conducted by a Panel comprising of the HoD (or Programme Coordinator), Student’s Mentor, and an Executive from Logistics Sector.