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NATIONAL TECHNICAL MANPOWER INFORMATION SYSTEM
(A Scheme of Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India,
Funded through All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi)

About Us :

The National Technical Manpower Information System  (NTMIS)  has been set up in 1984 by the Government of India with a view to serving as a reliable data and information base for the development of technical educational facilities in the country.   Keeping this in view, the system focuses on disseminating information generated under it, for use by the potential users, particularly these concerned with technical education planning and administration.

Dissemination of information has been a major effort of NTMIS right since its inception.

NTMIS is a completely computerised  information system.  Under it data are routinely collected from three respondent groups viz.,

The data collected from these respondents threw up a variety of information on the development and utilization of engineering and technical manpower at the national and state levels.   ( View : ESTABLISHMENT QUESTIONNAIRE )

The System has  a Lead Centre located in the Institute of Applied  Manpower Research and 21 Nodal Centres (located at the State level ) which are the primary data collecting agencies.  The Nodal Centres are spread throughout the country.  The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), which funds the scheme, Oversees its functioning.

A significant part of the information generated in the NTMIS, every year, is disseminated through the "Annual Technical Manpower Reviews" being brought out statewise regularly on the conclusion of the set of three surveys and through other analytical reports.  The three surveys relate to

The reviews threw up a variety of labour market signals which are helpful in taking appropriate decisions in the area of technical education planning at the individual state level.

Technical education has been growing at a fast resulting in serious gap between the supply of and demand for technical manpower.  This phenomenon raises important issues regarding regulating labour market for engineers.  Among other things, issues of the above kind are else of concern to technical educational planners and policy makers.  There is therefore a continuing need for bringing out up-to-date information on

  1. the developments in the field of technical  education and

  2. engineering labour market signals so that  one knows what we have achieved in terms of meeting the labour market requirements

ASPECTS OF THE KIND INDICATED ABOVE

DATA FROM ENGINEERING EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

DATA FROM EMPLOYING ESTABLISHMENTS

AN OVERVIEW ( NTMIS)

NTMIS is a Computerised Manpower Information System.  It is an on-going Project sponsored by the Government of India with a view to generating and maintaining an up-to-date data bank for providing reliable information on Engineering Graduates and Diploma holders which is pre-requisite to planning and Administration of Technical education on proper lines.  NTMIS marks the climax of series of options so far exercised by the government in planning of technical manpower in the country.

WHAT ARE ITS OBJECTIVES?

HOW DOES NTMIS DEVELOP DATA BANK ?

NTMIS collects data systematically on an annual basis from three respondent groups:-

DATA FROM GRADUATES

HOW DOES NTMIS GENERATE DATA?

The organisational structure of NTMIS comprises of a Lead Centre at the Institute of Applied Manpower Research (IAMR), a Manpower Cell in the Ministry of Human Resource Development (Technical Education Bureau), 17 Nodal Centres located mostly in higher engineering and technical educational institutions and the four Nodal centres located at the four Regional Boards of Apprenticeship Training.

FUNCTIONS OF NODAL CENTRES

FUNCTIONS OF NODAL CENTRES AT BOARDS OF APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING

ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND THEIR ROLE

There are Advisory Committees at the State Level for each Nodal Centre and at National level for the Lead Centre

  1. State Level Advisory Committees

    1. Ensuring coordination between the Nodal Centres and Various State government departments organisation and educational institutions

    2. Resolving the issues and problems faced by the Nodal Center for ensuring its smooth functioning

  2. National Level Advisory Committee

    1. Coordinating the work of the system at the national level

    2. Reviewing the progress work periodically

    3. Laying down policies regarding selection and recruitment of staff at the Lead Centre and the Nodal Centres

WHAT IS THE STRUCTURE OF INFORMATION GENERATED

What does NTMIS Deliver ?

Two types of reports are brought out using the data generated in the data bank; Annual Technical Manpower Reviews and Reports on Engineering Manpower Forecasting

INFORMATION FLOWING FROM STUDIES ON FORECASTING

PLAN OF FUTURE OUTPUT

The following types of analytical reports are planned :

Who are the end Users ?

What are the End Usages ?

Schedule Forms :

ESTABLISHMENT QUESTIONNAIRE

Related Websites :

NTMIS, New Delhi

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