For Assessors

National Occupational Standards (NOSs) specify the standard of performance an individual must achieve when carrying out a particular activity at the workplace, together with the knowledge and understanding they need to meet that standard consistently. Each NOS defines one key function in a job role. In its essential form, NOS describes functions, standards of performance, and knowledge / understanding.

A set of NOSs, aligned to a job role, called Qualification Packs (QPs), would be available for every job role in each industry sector. These drive creation of curriculum and assessments.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the process of recognizing previous learning, often experiential, towards gaining a qualification.

The National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF), would be a descriptive framework that organizes qualifications, according to a series of levels of knowledge, skills and aptitude. These levels are defined in terms of learning outcomes.

Assessing is like an examiners job. As an assessor you have to examine, if the training of a candidate has been carried out as per the syllabus and the terminal behaviour of the candidate is fit for the role trained.

The assessment will be conducted by a Sector Skill Councils (SSCs) approved professional with requisite Educational Qualification and industry experience.
The assessment module consist of several methods to access the performance outcome of a trainee as per the Qualification pack (QP).
It may be in form of Theory and Practical Viva may form of theory as well as practical depending on the guidelines of SSC.

The technical/educational qualification of relevant sector will be given by Sector Skill Concils (SSCs). However this will be supplemented by mandatory industry experience.

The assessor will be paid between Rs 2000 to Rs 5000 for one day. This shall vary from scheme to scheme.

The reimbursement of expension & the payment of assessment fee will be made after receipt of documents pertaining to assessments. It is made on monthly basis through NEFT.

The assessor has to assess the candidates which are school and college drop outs and now trained for a specific vocational job role of his choice.These could range from NSQF Level 1 to 5.

To Trendsetters Skill Assessors Pvt ltd.

It will be shared with in 24 hours on mail and hard copy couriered to the company address.

As per the schedule and guidelines given, while an assessment is allotted.

It will range from 20 to 50 candidates per day depending on the type of assessment.

Yes, initial orientation will be provided over Skype. Training of assessors will be conducted by Sector Skill Councils (SSCs) on payment. This is a mandatory training and on successfull completion a certificate of recognition will be issued.

No, for doing this assessor has to take the NOC form the organisation.

Send your CV's on mail:

Yes, it is mandatory for empanelment with us, after clearance of TSA exam , assessor will be referred to respective SSC. They may be an additional exam/interview by SSC.

It is a score of 80% for qualifying the test/exam. It is purely online.

If enrolled candidates confirm that they are not aware about of their enrolments under PMKVY scheme, or if they verify that they are not getting trained by the TC. It will be reported to sector coordinator immediately, as soon as it comes to notice. A recording on phone may be made as a proof.

If the enrolled candidates verify that they are pursuing education from a school, college or other educational institute. It will be termed as Mass enrollment and immediately it has to be reported to the Sector coordinator without delay.

This refers to such cases when it is found that the TC does not exist at the address mentioned at the time of center validation/ evaluation/ audit. If it is found that training center is at a different address, assessor should inform to the concerned person in Trendsetters. In such cases, report will be initiated to SSC and the assessment will be canceled, however the assessor will be paid for a minimum amount as fixed earlier.

If the TC is found to be indulging in unethical practices, stringent action shall be taken. Unethical practices are:

  1. Offering any undue favor in cash or kind to assessors in order to influence the trainees results .
  2. Assessor demanding for any favors from TP in cash or kind for good and favourable results.
  3. Forging/ manipulating the result of the candidates will be unethical.
  4. Fake assessment done by the assessor for absent candidates.
  5. Visiting historical or tourist places at expense of TP

In case of the above, assessor shall be blacklisted from Trendsetters and SSC and will be updated to PMKVY Monitoring Team. Training centre will also be black listed/barred.

In Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya- alternate identity proofs, such as PAN or Voter ID, may be accepted instead of the Aadhaar ID. Variations from the process shall not be permitted for the remaining North-East states, namely Sikkim and Tripura, where Adhaar Card as ID is mandatory.