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In Pursuance of the recommendation of the All India Council for Technical Education, the government of India in the Ministry of Labour Resolution No. RTA 428(5)/ dated the 22nd May ,1951 appointed a committee called the National Trade Certification Investigation committee and instructed to prepare a Scheme for the establishment of an All India Trade Board which would award certificate of proficiency to craftsman in the various Engineering and building trades. The report of this committee and also the recommendation of the training and employment services organization committee have been considered by the Government of India. The Government agreed with the both the committees report/ recommendation that there is need for setting up a cental agency for coordination of the training programme in the country bringing about uniformity of standards and awarding certificates of proficiency in craftsmanship on all India basis Such a step in the interest of both the industry and the workers ensures that the holder of National certificates possesses a minimum recognized degree of skill. In addition, it facilitates mobility of tradesmen and their employment.

The Government of India also decided to transfer the administration to the Training organization under the control of the State Governments concerned, for coordinating Craftsman Training and laying down the Training policy. This decision has further accentuated the central agency for assisting or advising the Central Government in the discharging responsibilities regarding Craftsman Training. It has accordingly been decided, in consultation with the State Government and other concerned parties to set up National Council for Vocational Training (N.C.V.T) Accordingly, with a view to ensure and maintain uniformity in the standard of training all over the Country.

The N.C.V.T. an advisory body was set up by the Government of India in the year 1956. The Council has been entrusted with the responsibilities of prescribing standard curricular for Craftsmen Training advising the Government of India on the overall policy and programmes, conducting All India Trade test and awarding National Trade Certificates. The National council is chaired by the Minister of Labour, with members representing Central and State Government department, employers and worker’s organization, professional and learned bodies. The State council for vocational Training at the State level and the Trade committee has been established to assist the National council.