About RSDC

About RSDC

The rubber industry consisting both tyre and non-tyre clocked a turnover of around Rs. 50,000 crore in 2010-11 with a CAGR over last 3 yrs of more than 10%. The industry employs an estimated half million people currently, and is capable of creating close to an additional half million jobs in next 10 years. There are about 4300 units in non-tyre industry producing a large variety of items consuming 38% of rubber. Most of these units (app 90%) are SSI/Tiny units and labour intensive. The purpose of establishing the Rubber Skill Development Council (RSDC) is to ensure the generation of skilled Manpower in read more...

Objectives of RSDC

  • To provide Skilled manpower to meet the requirement of the Industry in coming years.
  • To offer students tailor made courses that satisfy the industry’s need for technical professionals.
  • To frame certifications & accreditations for short & midterm courses in various trades of rubber industry both for new people joining industry and for upgrading skill level of existing employees.

Activities of RSDC

  • Setting up Labour Market Information System (LMIS) to assist planning and delivery of training
  • Identification of skill development needs and preparing a catalogue of skill types
  • Develop a sector skill development plan and maintain skill inventory
  • Developing skill competency standards and

News & Events

India Rubber Meet 2014
Nov 15, 2013

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RSDC Annual Report
November 10, 2013

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ASAP RSDC Advertisement
July 09, 2013

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Invitation For Master Trainers
March 31, 2013

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Invitation For Affiliation
March 31, 2013

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MoU Signing
March 16, 2012

An MoU was signed between NSDC and a partnership formed between AIRIA and ATMA to promote the Rubber Industries Sector Skill Council on March 16, 2012. read more...

Skill requirement studies estimate that India will require around 26 crore skilled people by 2018 and around 34 crore by 2022. There is a need to provide quality training to around eight crore people in the next five years. There is a significant gap between the requirement and the supply which unless checked will constrain our economic growth. We have the serious challenge of providing quality education and skills to about 85 per cent of the people aged between 15 and 59 years, who acquire less than 12 years of education.
-Dr. Manmohan Singh,
Prime Minister of India,
Jan. 2012