Monitoring plays a crucial role in determining the success and outcomes of any training initiative. Skill development in the leather industry involves three key areas: primary skilling of the new workforce, upskilling of existing workforce and training of trainers. These three areas are also emphasized by one of the sub-schemes under IFLADP focuses on Human Resource Development (HRD) for Placement-linked Skill Development. To effectively implement the scheme, the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) has accorded status of National Monitoring Unit (NMU) to LSSC. It is one of its kind recognition across sector skill councils to accord the role by the Line Departments of Government of India.
As an NMU, LSSC will establish foolproof monitoring mechanism for the entire training cycle for 2 years through SMART and SDMS portals. The main objective is to ensure quality in every aspect of training delivery, certification and placements. With the help of SDMS and SMART Portal, the entire candidate life cycles will be systematically observed and reviewed along with approval of training partners. This includes recording day-today attendance, ensuring Aadhaar linkage for transfer of funds and training lifecycle management. With efficient monitoring process LSSC will make a deep impact in transforming the lives of people through skilling.