NCS National Career Service Portal, A National ICT based portal is developed primarily to connect the opportunities with the aspirations of youth. This portal facilitates registration of job seekers, job providers, skill providers, career counsellors, etc.
The National Career Services Portal (www.ncs.gov.in) was dedicated to the nation last year, with the vision to provide a nationwide platform that would facilitate the job seekers and employers to come together on this platform through dynamic, efficient and responsive job matching.
Towards the aim of encouraging a nation of job creators in addition to job seekers, the newly launched section on NCS provides helpful material and links for budding entrepreneurs. www.ncs.gov.in. The Government decided to transform the Employment Exchanges to Career Centres which shall connect local youth and other job-seekers with job opportunities through counselling and mapping jobs with skill requirements.
National Career Service Portal will provide information about available career options, training courses, apprentice seats, job opportunities etc., and also resources for the efficient functioning of Career Centres.
The Career Centres would be the pivotal outreach and counselling interface of the National Career Service for teeming millions of aspiring youth from rural, semi-urban areas as well as from disadvantaged sections of the society.
These Centres would be staffed by motivated young professionals, enabled with necessary tools and infrastructure for effectively and continuously assessing demand of skills in labour markets, guiding youth visiting the Centres and by outreach to schools/colleges about, various training institutions, on-the-job training, job opportunities, etc., according to their aptitude and potential.
These Centres would connect youth and other job seekers with jobs through the portal, job fairs and another possible interface with employees such as campus placements. Last-mile employability modules are also proposed to be offered. The Ministry circulated the guidelines to States for establishing the Career Centres and capacity building of the Employment Exchange officers had also commenced from 2014. National Career and Employment Portal.
The portal provides job matching services in a highly transparent and user-friendly manner. These facilities along with career counselling content will be delivered by the portal through multiple channels like career centres, mobile devices, CSCs, etc.
The main objective of the portal is to facilitate matchmaking between job seekers and employers for their mutual benefits. Transformation of National Employment Service to provide employment-related services on the national level portal. National Career Employment Portal
The project would be capable of meeting the varied demands and requirements of the youth for information on education, employment and training and will be supported by a multilingual call centre. NCS Portal ~ National Career Job mela portal
The portal will also make available information on local service providers available to household and other consumers for services like driving, plumbing, carpentry, etc. A Job Seeker/candidate is a person who is searching for employment/job. To get a job through the portal the candidate needs to first register on the portal. The registration allows the candidate to search and apply for jobs on the portal. He can also view and update his profile after registration. National Career and Job Portal
The Government launched Make in India, Skill India, Digital India, Start-up India etc. to boost the economy as well as generate large employment opportunities for youth. NCS aims to meet the aspirations of youth for jobs with the industry demand and has evolved a policy for entering into partnerships with leading organisations.
These strategic interventions will enhance career and employment opportunities, offer counselling and guidance for career development, focus on decent employment, enhance female labour force participation, encourage entrepreneurial endeavours, focus on inclusive growth initiatives, facilitate transition of workforce from informal to formal sectors, engage with rural workforce for higher productivity, facilitate re-employment (second-life) opportunities for returning and retired workforce etc.