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WHAT IS JUNIORSKILLS?
JuniorSkills, a first of its kind skill championship by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), in partnership with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), is an incredible opportunity for students from standard VI to XII to explore and exhibit their passion for a particular skill and receive the appropriate technical and vocational education training (TVET) to harness this passion.
The championship aims at giving students practical insight into established and emergent skill categories, and access to industry experts who will guide them throughout JuniorSkills. The process and interactions with experts are also designed to help students make informed career choices.
JuniorSkills 2021 is a platform that emphasises practical learning and encourages students to showcase their talent and gives them the opportunity to be groomed by industry experts in order to be recognised and rewarded for their abilities on a national scale.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Students from CBSE schools studying in standard VI to XII will be eligible to participate in JuniorSkills.
JUNIORSKILLS CHAMPIONSHIP SKILL CATEGORIES
The championship is divided into three groups
  • Group

    Class

  • Group 1

    VI - VIII

  • Group 2

    IX – X

  • Group 3

    XI – XII

* The participants should be in the selected class as on 14th Jan, 2021 and will not be allowed to change their class for the purpose and duration of the JuniorSkills championship.
One student can only participate in one skill
  • Skill

    Group

    Class

  • Web Technologies

    2 & 3

    IX - XII

  • IT Software Solutions for Business

    2 & 3

    IX - XII

  • Visual Merchandising

    2 & 3

    IX - XII

  • Graphic Design

    2 & 3

    IX - XII

  • Fashion Technology

    2 & 3

    IX - XII

  • Skill

    Group

    Class

  • Mobile Robotics

    2 & 3

    IX - XII

  • Painting & Decorating

    1, 2 & 3

    VI - XII

  • Solar Energy

    3

    XI - XII

  • Innovative Business Ideas

    2 & 3

    IX - XII

  • Digital Photography

    1, 2, & 3

    VI - XII

WHY PARTICIPATE IN THE JUNIORSKILLS?

HOW TO BECOME A JUNIORSKILLS CHAMPION?
JuniorSkills 2021 has been envisioned in accordance with the National Education Policy 2020, wherein the emphasis has been laid on the integration of vocational courses into the school curricula. Keeping in mind the spread of the novel Coronavirus, the successive rounds of the championship will be organised online, while the final round will be conducted on ground.
Go through the resources and sample papers on this website and prepare for the JuniorSkills championship.

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SKILL WINDOW
Learn about skills and opportunities in related fields from experts, and catch up on all JuniorSkills related content.
ORGANISERS

NSDC

Established in 2009 as a public private partnership, the National Skill Development Corporation has been successfully executing its mandate to promote, expand, and catalyse the skill development ecosystem in the country.

JuniorSkills 2021 is an expression and extension of NSDC’s mission to make skills and technical training in India accessible and aspirational. It will present young students with practical experience by putting their technical skills to the test and let them explore and make informed career choices.

CBSE

A national board of education with approximately 21,000+ public and private schools in India and 220 schools abroad affiliated with it.

In keeping with the New Education Policy 2020, the Central Board of Secondary Education is focused on innovations in teaching-learning methodologies by devising student friendly and student-centred paradigms, and skill learning by adding job-oriented and job-linked inputs, among other things.

* For sponsors and corporate partners, all contributions will be exempted under (CSR) Rules as per the Companies Act 2013. To know more about NSDC’s CSR & Industry Partnership activities and opportunities. click here

ABOUT THE INDIASKILLS COMPETITION

JuniorSkills 2021 is an extension to the IndiaSkills competition, a national skill competition reaching the grassroots. IndiaSkills is organised by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), in coordination with the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), state governments, sector skill councils and industry. The competition is held once every two years, where skilled youth under the age of 18 years from across the country compete against each other for the honour of representing India at the WorldSkills International competition – the Olympic equivalent for skills competitions.

ABOUT THE WORLDSKILLS COMPETITION

Established in 1950, World Skills International is a membership organisation, and holds the largest skill competition for youth in the world – the WorldSkills International Competition. Its objective is to promote vocational education and skill training in countries across the globe. Judged on the basis of projects which must be completed over four days, the primary goal of the competition is to promote world class standards in over 50 skills.

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