Multi Skill Foundation Course (MSFC)

Multi Skill Foundation Course (MSFC)

Lend A Hand India (LAHI) in partnership with Directorate of School Education, Govt. of Nagaland launched Project Swadheen to implement the Multi Skill Foundation Course (MSFC) Course in four schools in Nagaland which have been duly identified and selected in coordination with Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan authorities, Department of Education. YouthNet and Lend-A-Hand India collaborated to implement Multi Skill Foundation Course (MSFC) skill education which is approved under National Skill Qualification Frame (NSQF). YouthNet supports and assists as VTP (Vocational Training Partner) to identify, select and recruit instructors/trainers to deliver the technical and life science curriculum of MSFC in the selected high schools.

Scale of the Project: 

278 students from 4 schools.

Type of schools impacted:

Secondary and Senior Secondary Schools


Advocacy & Implementation – Setting up of Multi Skill lab in all selected schools.

Assessment of Class 10 students by the Agriculture SSC and Automotive SSC.

Streamlining Procurement of raw materials.

Completed the printing of Approved Multi Skill textbooks

Establishment Level 3 Multi Skill depending on the need of the students, school
and Principal.


YouthNet & LAHI Orientation session with Vocational Trainers Kohima & Dimapur

Guest lecture session held by YouthNet on Entrepreneurship, Skill Development, Digital Marketing & Social Media

Director YouthNet & staff during an interactive session with MSFC Students.

The ToT once a year before the academic session starts. The ToT for the 4 trainers from Nagaland had their training from 22 nd January 2020 - 28th January 2020 at Pune.