How CREDAI is contributing for worker development, explains Pawan Kumar Dhoot

pawan kumar dhoot is supporting credai decision

Pawan Kumar Dhoot stands by with the CREDAI decision of making skilled construction worker which is necessary for the upliftment of real estate sector. With inception of Real Estate Regulatory Bill, there is a constant murmuring in the sector regarding its pros and cons. Though government’s effort to build a foundation for the betterment of investors is extraordinary hitherto there is less said or done for developers.

To come in support for the Bill, CREDAI aims to attempt skilling of one lakh construction employees each year. Pawan Kumar Dhoot, CMD, Dhoot Group is in alignment with CREDAI opinion as if the roots are managed properly. There is no doubt that a tree will be loaded with sweet fruits, hence if the workers are proficient in their skills then there is no stop for a strong and mighty construction.

The association is not only good at words but work as well, as it has already trained more than 26,000 employees across India. Based on KPMG report for that National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), there is going to be proximate demand of additional 500 lakh skilled toilers in next ten years consequently CREDAI effort is well appreciated.

The endeavors are initially undertaken in association with PNB Housing, under its CSR initiative and have started working out at ATS sites in Noida, Greater Noida, and Gurgaon through its training partner Rustomjee, an Academy for Global Skill. The program encompasses training of 231 candidates at ATS infrastructure sites whereby the result was overwhelming, as out of all participated 82 percent cleared with flying colors.


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