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October 07, 2016


  webmaster       October 07, 2016
Department of Labour Resources,
Government of Bihar, Vikas Bhavan,
Patna – 800 015.

Bihar Skill Development Mission (BSDM) was constituted in the year 2010 with the vision to increase the capacity & capability of the system to deliver quality skill training and professional knowledge to the youth to enhance their employability and bridge the skill deficit with a view to meet the growing demand for skilled manpower.

Vision, Objectives and Roles & Responsibilities

Increasing the capacity & capability of the system to deliver quality skill training and professional knowledge to the youth to enhance their employability and bridge the skill deficit with a view to meet burgeoning market demand for skilled manpower.


  • To facilitate generation of adequate employment opportunities through a policy frame work.
  • To encourage and facilitate skill training for youth of Bihar.
  • To monitor generation of employment in different sectors.
  • To facilitate launching of training programmes for both uneducated and educated unemployed persons for up-gradation of their skills.
  • To formulate area and trade specific strategies for maximizing employment opportunities on a sustainable basis in the State supported by private sector.
  • To facilitate a coordinated approach in achieving the above objectives for maximizing the benefits over time and space and in reaching out the most needy sections of the population.
  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • Bringing in additional Central Funds for central schemes not currently being implemented in Bihar
  • Creating a pool of Training centres with requisite infrastructure.
  • Creation of a standardized Process / Operational Guidelines to govern the State's skill development efforts.
  • Creation of an ecosystem to facilitate wage and self-employment and increase employability.
  • Finalization of industry relevant and demand driven course / sector offerings. Creation of an all-encompassing robust Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for monitoring all skill development programs and the entire value chain.
  • Mobilization and Registration of Candidates through a penetrative communication and mobilization campaign to ensure registration of an appropriate number of target candidates in the state.
  • The entire skill development value chain will be made IT enabled to ensure online real time monitoring, collated reporting, effective and efficient decision making, reduced turnaround time for various processes etc. .
  • Implementation of Recognition of Prior Learning not only in Bihar but also for the migrants of Bihar at other locations of India.
  • Ensuring social inclusion through various focused pilot projects targeted at disadvantaged groups like beggars, jail inmates, women, transgender, persons with disability, leprosy cured persons etc.
  • Creation of a skill policy and roadmap for Bihar to guide the skill development efforts in a coordinated manner.
  • Ensuring Quality of skill training across the trainee life cycle.
  • Ensuring retention of beneficiaries in training program through the provision of a refundable security deposit for training.
  • Providing standardized Cost norms for skill development activities in the State in line with the common guidelines of Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship.

Key Personnel
Shishir Sinha, IAS
Development Commissioner – cum – Chairman, Governing Council, Bihar Skill Development Mission (BSDM)
Ph 0612-2217572
Fax 0612-2217925
Dipak Kumar Singh, IAS
Principal Secretary, Labour Resources cum Chief Executive Officer – Bihar Skill Development Mission (BSDM)
Tel: (0612) - 2213855
Fax: 2215004
Sanjay Kumar Singh, IAS
Tel: (0612) - 2213855
Fax: 2215004
Ashok Kumar Singh
Sanjay Kumar
Mission Director
State Project Management Unit, BSDM

1. Amit Kumar Pandey, Project Director


2. Ratnadeep Singh, Manager-MIS & Monitoring


3. Sanjay Singh, Manager-Social mobilization and Grievance Redressal


4. Surojeet Chandan, Manager Skill Gap and training Need Analysis


5. Raman Kumar, Manager-Finance & Procurement


6. Abhishek Srivastava, Manager-Placement


7. Rezwan U Ahmed, Manager-Rural Development/NRLM


8. Nilesh Kumar Mishra-Manager-Health and Nutrition


9. Rajesh Agarwal, Manager- Education / Vocational Education in School/Certification of Skills through Open School System


10. Saurav Mitra, Manager-Construction


11. Mohammad Hasib, Manger-Animal Husbandry and Fisheries


12. Yogesh Kumar, Manager-Agriculture


13. Pravesh Chandra, Manager-Information Technology


14. Naveen Singh, Manager-Urban Development


15. Chandan Rout, Manager-Tourism and Hospitality


16. Support


Management Structure

Bihar Skill Development Mission (BSDM) is a Society registered on 23rd June 2010 under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 (Registration No.: 896/2010-11 and managed by three tier governance; The Governing Council (GC), the Executive Committee (EC) and the State Programme Management Unit (SPMU).

The GC was presided over by the Hon’ble Chief Minister, Govt. of Bihar and the EC was headed by the Development Commissioner, Govt. of Bihar. However, in June 2016, the GC and EC were restructured and currently the GC is headed by the Development Commissioner, Govt. of Bihar and the EC is headed by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Bihar Skill Development Mission (BSDM). Further, Mission Director, BSDM is responsible for planning, directing, coordinating, organising and supervising day to day work of the Mission and is supported by a State Programme Management Unit (SPMU). 


  • Schemes being run by BSDM
    • Kushal Yuva Program
    • Recruit- Train- -Deploy-RTD scheme
  • Schemes being run by other Departments of Government of Bihar:

100 % Central Sponsorship
S. No.DepartmentScheme
1SC/ST WelfareSCA to SCSP & SCA to TSP (started from the financial year 2013 – 14)
2AgricultureBeej Gram Yojana
3Labour ResourcesSkill Development Initiative / Modular Employable Scheme
4Information TechnologySkill Development in Electronics System Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) Sector
5EducationScheme for Community colleges for University and Colleges

100% State Sponsorship
S. No.DepartmentScheme
1SC/ST WelfareDashrath Manjhi Kaushal Vikas Yojna (DMKVY)
2Minority WelfareMukhya Mantri Shram Shakti Yojna
3Science & TechnologySkill Development Scheme
4Social Welfare (Social Welfare Directorate)Mukhyamantri Nari Shakti Yojana (MNSY)- Service Sector Training
5Social Welfare (Women Development Corporation)Mukhyamantri Nari Shakti Yojana (MNSY)- Service Sector Training
6Social Welfare (State Society for Ultra Poor and Social Welfare-SAKSHAM)Mukhyamantri Bichhabritti Nivaran Yojna
7IndustrySkill development programme
8Industry (Directorate of Technical development)Skill development short term training programme
9Industry (Directorate of Technical development)Employment oriented training programme
10EducationHUNAR Phase IV
11Education (BBOSE)Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (Kausha Vikas Vardhan programme)
12EducationVocational Education Under department of Secondary Education
13Education (BBOSE)Bal Sudhar Griha
14TourismDepartment Funded skilling
15Animal & Fisheries Resources Department (Directorate of Animal Husbandry)Department Funded skilling
16Animal & Fisheries Resources Department (Dairy Development Directorate)Training & Extension Scheme
17Animal & Fisheries Resources Department (Dairy Development Directorate)Training Scheme for Special Component
18Animal & Fisheries Resources Department (Directorate of Fisheries)Training under Fisheries Extension Scheme
19Information TechnologyC-DAC training
20Information TechnologyBihar Skill Development Mission Training

Mix of Central and State Funding
S. No.DepartmentScheme
1Social Welfare (ICDS Directorate)SABLA scheme Central Govt-60% and State Govt.-40%
2Social Welfare (ICDS Directorate)Kishori Shakti Yojna- Central Govt-60% and State Govt.-40%
3Urban Development & HousingEST&P (Employment through Skills Training & Placement). It is a sub component of NULM. Centre Govt:State Govt – 60:40
4Rural DevelopmentDeen Dayal Upadhyaya – Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDU-GKY) (Central Govt. - 60%, State Govt. - 40%)
5Rural DevelopmentRSETI (Central - 60%, State share - 40%)
6HealthAccredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) 60 % Central Govt.: 40 % State Govt.
7AgricultureATMA Scheme (National Mission on Agriculture Extension & Technology-NMAET) 60% Central Govt. : 40 % State Govt.

Initiatives (under progress):

  • Training and certification facilities for migrant workers outside Bihar
  • Training and placement facilities for People with Disabilities-PwDs through RTD model.
  • Tie up with International Placement Agencies for overseas placement through R-T-D model.
  • Tie up with Companies for overseas and domestic captive placement through R-T-D model.
  • Procurement of digital content for selected course for delivery through Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Tie up with Sector Skill Councils and other organizations for training, assessment and certification of trainer of Skill Development Centres (SDCs)
  • Formulation of Bihar Skills Policy 2016 – 2021.
  • Formulation of process and cost norms for skill development in Bihar.

Kushal Yuva Program

The Bihar Skill Development Mission (BSDM) has launched a unique skill training programme by the name of "Kushal Yuva Program" which would enhance the Soft Skills of youth of 15-25 age group who have passed class 10th or class 12th, have dropped out of formal education and are looking for jobs. Soft Skills training would comprise of Life skills, Communications Skills (English & Hindi) and Basic computer literacy which in turn would enhance their employability and act as a value add to the various domain specific training endeavours currently being implemented in Bihar.

Kushal Yuva Program: Youth age between 15 to 25 yrs., the minimum qualification shall be 10th pass and dropped out thereafter or 12th pass and dropped out thereafter i.e. those who are not continuing with formal education after passing class 10 or class 12. Successful completion of the training under Kushal Yuva Program would be mandatory for candidates who are in the age group of 20 – 25 years and wish to avail self-help allowance.

Domain and RPL: Working age population – Eligibility criteria as per the scheme guideline or course requirement for person falling under age group of 15 – 59 Years.
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