Food Industry Capacity & Skill Initiative (FICSI)—widely known as Food Processing Sector Skill Council—is a Not-for-Profit Organization, registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and working under the aegis of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. The organization is Promoted by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) with financial support by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). FICSI has been granted the status of Awarding Body by NCVET. FICSI has been set up as an autonomous industry-led body by NSDC. It creates Occupational Standards and Qualification Packs, Develops Training Materials and Tools, Conducts Train the Trainer Programs, Conducts Skill Gap Studies and Assess and Certify trainees on the curriculum aligned to National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF).As a skill council we accredit potential training providers having training infrastructure as per our guidelines for dissemination....Read More
Successfully organized 9th webinar in the series of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav on Pest Control Management System in Food Industry. 1200+ registrations done and over 370 participants attended the session on MS Teams and You Tube Live. Click here to Watch the recorded session.Read More
Organized training on FoSTaC Advance Manufacturing and COVID-19 for Bikaji Foods International Ltd on 20th October 2021.Read More
Successfully organized 8th webinar in the series of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav on Food Fraud & Its Prevention. 1300+ participants registered and more than 400 participants attended the webinar on MS Teams and our You Tube Live. This informative session held on 7th September at 4 pm, This program speciaRead More
Organized Training on Milk & Milk Products for Mother Dairy employees. This was two day program scheduled for 28th and 29th September 2021.Read More
Defying boundaries, one passion united them all to inscribe the story of Binsar Farms. It is the story of 3 Indian engineers and a New Zealand Dairy veteran, aspiring to set a new benchmark in Indian Farming. P....Read More
Interestingly, WIMWI Foods is a tribute to IIMA, as it is an acronym for "Well-Known Institute of Management in Western India—something students and alumni often refer to the institution as. Inspired to build....Read More
A small blast changed the way ready-to-cook brand iD Fresh approached its growth plans. The startup was launched in December 2005 by PC Musthafa and his cousins, Shamsudeen TK, Abdul Nazer, Jafar TK, and Nousha....Read More
They discovered that India was predominantly a tea-drinking country, consuming 30 cups of tea for every cup of coﬀee. At the same me, they found that more than 1,500 cafes existed for coﬀee—and none for t....Read More
They started roasting in 2013, with a small 1 kg machine that had them roasting for twelve to fourteen hours straight on most nights because of its small size. Though they have grown, both, the size of the roas....Read More
Theobroma is a Parsi family owned and managed chain of patisseries and cafes in India. They opened their doors in 2004 and have since established themselves as a leading food & beverage destination in a highly ....Read More
After spending close to a decade-and-a-half on weight issues and facing daily internal conﬂicts and failed diets, Jasmine Kaur, Founder of The Green Snack Co, knew that she had to transform her lifestyle for ....Read More
In March 2013, Chirag and Ankur launched their ﬁrst outlet of gourmet popcorn in Delhi and called it 4700BC Popcorn. The name of their company stemmed out from the belief that popcorn was discovered in Peru a....Read More
Wingreens Farms' vision is to become the perfect model organization that marries the concept of social good and environment sustainability with building a powerful brand. www.chaipoint.com www.wingreensfarms.co....Read More
Mr. Amuleek Singh Bijral and his team came up with a vision that “India runs on chai” and it gave rise to the concept of CHAI POINT. In 2010 they opened their ﬁrst store and their success journey started.....Read More
We evaluate mastery of the knowledge, skills, and competencies required for certification as per the guidelines laid down by NSDC.
We constantly develop new Job Roles and upgrade existing Qualification Packs to match demand of skilled manpower in Food Processing Industry..
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