ALEAP-NAIPUNYAM

ALEAP-NAIPUNYAM

ALEAP Naipunyam, another initiative by ALEAP, aims to provide sustainable economic independence to under-educated women. In collaboration with the Govt. of India,ALEAP Naipunyamprovides training and skill development services to rural and semi-urban women. They are trained in various livelihood skills,which would help them leverage different Govt. schemes for self-employment. These are a few programs to mention.

Garments Livelihood Business Incubators (G - LBI)

With the support of the Ministry of MSME, Govt. of India, ALEAP has established Garments Livelihood Business Incubators under the government’s ASPIRE scheme. This incubator is installed with sophisticated machines for cutting, fusing, stitching, buttoning, computer embroidery designing, computer-aided embroiling, and other activities. Women receive skill-based training in the incubationcenterto boost self-employment.

In April 2019, ALEAP Naipunyaminitiated incubation services in courses such as Fashion Designing, Computer-aided Embroidery, Basic Industrial Sewing, Fabric Cutting and Finishing, Tie &Dye, and Block Printing. Aleap has trained 267 women, of which 141 women completed their incubation, 55 women established their units, and 82 women received employment opportunities.

STRIVE:

The Department of Employment & Training (DET), Government of Telangana, has selected ALEAP as an Industry Cluster (IC) for the Implementation of the Industry Apprenticeship Initiative (IAI) Programme under the STRIVE (Skills Strengthening for Industrial Value Enhancement) Scheme of the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Govt. of India as National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme (NAPS) under Pilot Programme.

ALEAP has started four courses on building skills as Production/Machine Operator, Specialized Sewing Machine Operator (SSMO), Quality-control Chemist, and Solar Panel Installation Technician.

S.No

Place

Duration

Nature of Activity

No. of Candidates

BT- Basic Training

OJT - On Job Training

1.

ALEAP Industrial Estate Pragathi Nagar Hyderabad

3

9

Production/ Machine Operator

20

2.

ALEAP Industrial Estate Pragathi Nagar Hyderabad

3

21

Specialised Sewing Machine Operator (SSMO)

20

3.

ALEAP Industrial Estate Pragathi Nagar Hyderabad

3

9

Quality Control Chemist

13

4

ALEAP Industrial Estate Pragathi Nagar Hyderabad

3

9

Solar Panel Installation Technician

9

PM YUVA

ALEAP received the PM-YUVA Yojana assignment as a pilot project from the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Govt. of India. The PradhanMantri YUVA (YuvaUdyamitaVikasAbhiyan) Yojana [PM-YUVA Yojana] is a centrally sponsored scheme launched in 2016. It is designed to implement entrepreneurship education training for upcoming entrepreneurs and students. The program implementation details are as follows.

Entrepreneurship Awareness and Mobilisation Programmes conducted

S. No

Details

No. of Institutes covered

No. of participants covered

1

Entrepreneurship Awareness Program in Project Institutes (Student Orientation)

38

5074

2

Community Awareness Workshops

4

291

Activities of Entrepreneurship Development Programme at Project Institutes

S. No

Details

No. of Institutes covered/ Programmesorganised

No. of participants covered

1

Students Enrolled in EDP

27

2298

2

Students completed EDP

27

1916

3

Faculty Mentor Training

1

27

Entrepreneurship Education Program at Project Institutes with Faculty

S. No

Type of Project Institute

No. of Faculty Mentors trained

1

Industrial Training Institute (ITIs)

13

2

Polytechnic

7

3

PradhanMantriKaushalKendras (PMKKs)

2

4

Jan ShikshanSansthan (JSS)

3

Entrepreneurship Education Program at Project Institutes with Students

S. No

Type of Institute

Student Orientation Programs(No. of Institutes)

EDP Course run(No. of Institutes)

Students enrolled(No. of students)

Students completed EDP(No. of students)

1

Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs)

24

16

1277

977

2

Polytechnic

9

7

739

673

3

PradhanMantriKaushalKendras (PMKKs)

2

2

174

160

4

Jan ShikshanSansthan (JSS)

3

2

108

106

DeenDayalUpadhyayaGrameenaKaushalyaYojana (DDU-GKY)

The Kudumbashree, Kerala State, DDU-GKY Program of the Ministry of Rural Development, Govt. of India, has selected the Association of Lady Entrepreneurs of India (ALEAP)as the Project Implementing Agency for implementing DDU-GKY under the Phase-7 Skill Development Program for 502 candidates across five districts. The districts are Malappuram, Thrissur, Kozhikkode, Alappuzha, and Kottayam. Malappuram and Kottayam are identified as the nodal districts for the program. DDU-GKY has trained 153 femalecandidates in the Health,Tourism, and Hospitality sectors. Currently, the program is undergoing training for 175 girls in the Health sector.

Banana Bark

ALEAP, with the support from the Society for Employment Generation and Enterprise Development in AP (SEEDAP), Department of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation, Govt. of AP, is establishing production hubs in the agriculture sector for banana bark products through its ‘incubate and accelerate’ model. The manufacturing facilities are being developed in the Krishna and YSR Kadapa Districts of Andhra Pradesh on pilot mode under the “Andhra Yuva Shakti Scheme.”

ALEAP provides skill development training on producing banana bark and banana products to SHG women and farmers. It aims to establish a manufacturing facility with sophisticated machinery and product R&D services. ALEAP aims to provide livelihoods to 1000 beneficiaries in this sector by providing them with handholding training and market linkages.

Digital Skill Development Programs:

ALEAP organizes Digital Skill Development Programs on “How to Use Various Digital Platforms Effectively to Increase Product Visibility and Brand Visibility” for micro and small enterprises with the following topics for the benefit of MSMEs.

S. No

Day and Topic

Description

1

Day 1 Entrepreneurial Traits, Type of Company Incorporations, Importance of Digital marketing

Thought process of an entrepreneur, How to choose the type of Incorporation, Why we need to think of Digital Platforms.

2

Day 2 Various government schemes, eligibility, loan processing procedure

Eligibility of the various government schemes, Bank procedure for getting a loan, checklist for obtaining the loan,Projects to select

3

Day 3 Customer-Centric Products and Services, Building Brand in Niche Market

How to make Customers understand our intention to serve them. How to Build a Brand

4

Day 4 Marketing Funnel and sales Funnel

Customer segmentation, Niche market, Market Research 

5

Day 5 Branding through images - Canva

How to create Brand Image among customers, How to create Logo and images on Canva Story

6

Day 6 Product Identification and Analysis with and without Inventory

Customer behavior, Early adopters (How to attract them) Market potential

7

Day 7 Google My Business

How to make Google listings

8

Day 8WhatsApp Business

How to optimize Whatsapp Business effectively.

9

Day 9 Facebook marketing

Creating FB Pages, Business Promotion planning

10

Day 10Instagram marketing

Creating Insta account and reaching customers of that Business segment

11

Day 11 Logistics (Local and International)

How to Ship your product from one location to location

12

Day 12 Payment Gateway – ease of payment collections

How to setup payment gateway to collect payments through various modes (UPI, Debit/Credit Cards, Net Banking Etc.,)

Current Events


ALEAP conducted a ZED program whose objective was to improve the manufacturing quality of MSMEs, enhance their productivity and reduce the negative impact on the environment.
The ZED Certification envisages the promotion of Zero Defect Zero Effect (ZED) practices among MSMEs so as to:
  • Encourage and enable MSMEs for manufacturing quality products using the latest technology, and tools & to constantly upgrade their processes for the achievement of high quality and high productivity with the least effect on the environment
  • Develop an Ecosystem for ZED Manufacturing in MSMEs, for enhancing competitiveness and enabling exports
  • Promote the adoption of ZED practices and recognize the efforts of successful MSMEs
  • Encourage MSMEs to achieve higher ZED Certification levels through graded incentives
  • Increase public awareness of demanding Zero Defect and Zero Effect products through the MSME Sustainable (ZED) Certification
  • Identify areas to improve upon, thereby assisting the Government in policy decisions and investment prioritization

Visit of Shri Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma, the Honble Minister of State, MSME, GoI
Dr. S. Glory Swarupa, Director General, National Institute for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (NI MSME)
Mr. Shashi Ranjan Verma, Deputy Director, Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) to Atal Incubation Center (We-Hub); Center for Entrepreneurship Development at ALEAP and Launch of Innovative products of start-ups promoted by AIC ALEAP We-Hub