Excelus Learning Solutions

Although ‘Skill India’ & ‘Make in India’ are enthusiastic initiatives, however, they aren’t at par with nation’s unique aspects surrounding distribution of populace and economy. Especially, rural India is still not under the ambit of these policies-making country’s holistic progress futile. As per the report by the Ministry of Labour & Employment of India, unemployment among Indian rural youth is the highest today since 1993-94.

Identifying twinge of these left-out areas, Excelus Learning Solutions instilled with a team of 350+ skilled subject matter experts, a robust database management system and quality assurance procedures, delivers industry-relevant skill development programs to skill & up-skill Indian youth from rural & remote parts, not to mention urban too. As Ravi Tennety, CEO, Excelus Learning Solutions, mentions, “We bridge the gap with an inclusive approach towards all the sections of the society and reach-out to the underprivileged section”. Thanks to its epidemic network (95+ operational training centres) PAN India, Excelus has been catering to the dire need of skilled manpower and has efficaciously empowered over 40,000 youth PAN India having placed them with 1500+ clients across different realms. “Even after candidates are placed in the organized sectors, we track their overall growth, and counsel & up-skill them, ensuring that they are on the right career progression path,” adds Ravi.

Ravi Tennety,CEO

Even after candidates are placed in the organized sectors, we track their overall growth, and counsel & up-skill them, ensuring that they are on the right career progression path

Leveraging its parent organization, Quess - India’s leading integrated business services provider, Excelus clasps an in-depth understanding and an accurate evaluation of the skill gap demand of the industries and offers a comprehensive range of learning solutions targeted towards the diversified requirements of training & skill development. This also helps it to clearly understand the client’s requirements and offer customised training. Excelus also offers product & process training to the corporates, up-skilling their employees to sustain the volatile market scenarios.

Integrating Nonpareil Curriculum with Industry Players

Excelus majorly focuses on conceptualizing, commissioning and implementing PPP (Private Public Partnership) based vocational skill development programmes. While its flagship program is implemented under Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen
Kaushalya Yojana (DDU-GKY), Excelus is aiming to bring more diversification into its offerings that include schemes like NAPS, RMSA, PMKK & ASAP. “We are also envisioning emerging as an active enabler in inculcating vocational skill development into the curriculum of higher secondary education,” adds Ravi.

Ensuring that its curriculum encompasses industry-specific requirements & standards, Excelus in partnership with major industry players develops result-oriented, industry-relevant training modules aligned with practical exposure. With a motto that students learn practically by doing, feeling and seeing things and not just by listening, Excelus emphasizes on interaction and implementation with easy to follow step-by-step programmes. “We ensure that we not only impart the required skill-set, but open a plethora of opportunities for further skill-enhancement,” adds Ravi. Well, technology acts as a catalyst in its methodology. Besides using audio-visual for effective training, Excelus also uses multimedia-based simulations for developing the right communication, and is bringing-in technological innovations to facilitate e-learning.

Enlightening youth on different aspects does play a pivotal role in educating them. Excelus, in coordination with government & private sector stakeholders, reaches-out to people to ensure effective flow of information to the intended recipients pertaining to the benefits of the particular scheme. “We mobilize youth PAN India and map skill needs, and sustainability to the local population is a crucial step in our project execution,” adds Ravi.