Feb 18

Skill Council for Persons with Disability (SCPwD) invites Expression of Interest (EOI) from interested agencies with proven track record and having capabilities in development/ transformation of Participants’ Handbook/ learning contents into digital form for skill training of candidates with Speech & Hearing Disability.

Last date of Submission:  28 Feb'2018


Jan 18

Workshop: Paving ways for skilling ‘People with Different Abilities’
Date: 31st January 2017; Time: 10:00 AM – 04:15 PM
Venue: Magnolia Hall, Habitat World, India Habitat Centre (Gate no. 3), Lodhi Road, New Delhi


Jan 18

Rojgar Mela at Arunima Foundation (Lucknow) 22nd Jan'18

Employers:  Patanjali, Novatel, ITC,Taj Vivanta, Hotel Ramada, Aegis, V3 Software Solutions, Sri Sai Infotech, Bricks & Bricks, City Life, Max, Surevin BPO, Spencer, Big Bazar, Lemon Tree, Cafe Coffee Day.


Jan 18

We are pleased to announce that Skill Council for Persons with Disability(SCPwD), has entered into a partnership in jointly organizing Sixth International Conference (FISD 2018) titled " Business and Society in Emerging Economies" by FORE School of Management, New Delhi & International Association for Business and Society ( IABS) at FORE campus , New Delhi on January 11-13, 2018.

Details of the conference are available on the website of FORE-http://fisd.fsm.ac.in. You may contact us at info@scpwd.in with the caption Sixth International Conference (FISD 2018)  in case you any query you may contact Ms Vandana Mehta (Academic Services Office - FORE 011-41242424 (Extn 523)


Nov 17

A Dynamic and evolving organization with a National Vision and focus of skilling Persons with Disability, The Skill Council for Persons with Disability (SCPwD) was incepted in October 2015 to offer Persons with Disabilities meaningful, industry relevant, skill based training. The Organization was promoted by Confederation of Indian Industry under the aegis of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship and Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment. It targets skill development of People with Disabilities as per industry needs which can help them to be gainfully employed and contribute to India’s growing economy.

All initiatives taken by SCPwD empowering PwD (Persons with Disability), move towards formulating local and national level strategies for shaping the future of PwD in India. Towards this beginning, there are several projects which have been undertaken by the council since its inception. One among the recent is the collaboration with Glasgow Kelvin College, Scotland under UK-India Education and Research Institute (UKIERI) to benchmark standards between India and Scotland in the area of Disability.