International Organization for Educational Development – IOED

International Organization for Educational Development – IOED
International Organization for Educational Development – IOED

International Organization for Educational Development – IOED

The International Organization for Educational Development “IOED” – An International Diplomatic Mission is an International/Intergovernmental Autonomous & Sovereign Body duly registered with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and other Agencies of the Government of India e.g. NITI Aayog, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment and the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise –MSME, etc.

An International Diplomatic Mission is a multi-issue institution, supporting a range of development activities that pave the way towards equality, economic growth, job creation, higher incomes and better living conditions.

The IOED is composed of institutional leaders, policy planners and senior diplomats engaged in advancing the international dimensions of the developmental initiatives and provide opportunities to join forces, exchange ideas, share institutional strategies, and provide an effective voice on matters of public policy.

The IOED’s operational work is complemented by analytical studies that support the design of policies to reduce poverty.

The IOED advises governments on ways to broaden the base of economic growth and protect the poor from economic shocks.

The IOED is also one of the Development Organization of the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise – MSME, Government of India. The IOED is also Partner Signatory of the International Business Standard Organization “IBSO” and the United Nations Global Compact.

The IOED has also been approved by the 69th United Nations General Assembly. It is a Socio-economic Development Organization aimed at the development through education.

It is a Development International Institution (DII) connected with the Sovereign States by the Headquarter Agreements which sought to establish a permanent organization in various countries to continue work on a joint Skill and Entrepreneurship development program and in particular to supervise the distribution of aid for social development. The IOED is a worldwide body and fully accredited permanent organization established under a charter and constitutional protocol for educational and economic co-operation, functioning in accordance with the United Nations through the United Nations Convention signed in Vienna between the States on April 18, 1961 on Diplomatic and Consular Relations. The IOED is having special Extraterritorial Status duly registered and approved to establish Internal Court and Force to protect its Mission Offices world-wide like a Sovereign Nation.

It is an organization with global mandates, generally funded by the contributions from the national governments and also an organization with an international membership, scope, or presence. It is a Group having members from more than one country, government or non-governmental, profit or non-profit.

Messages from Honourable Ministers, Government of India:

Message from Shri Jual Oram, Honourable Minister of Tribal Affairs, Government of India:

I am happy to know that the International Organization for Educational Development (IOED) is establishing tribal chair for the skill development in various universities & institutions in the country by collaborating between universities and industries.

I appreciate the laudable efforts of the IOED which is serving the countries and overseas by bringing technical and economic cooperation among its member countries.

I wish the IOED a great success in their endeavours to bring innovative skill development for the tribal communities.
Letter from Min. of Tribal Affairs

Message from Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Honourable Minister of Science & Technology and Earth Science, Government of India:

I am glad to know that the International Organization for Educational Development – IOED which is a world-wide Diplomatic Mission for education and economic cooperation is formally launching the Skill India Campaign under its pilot fetch in India. I understand that the IOED will converge, coordinate, implement and monitor the skilling activities across India.

For the first time, the skill of young people who lack formal certifications, such as workers in India’s vast unorganized sectors, will be recognized through an initiative known as “recognition of prior learning” (RPL), who will have a chance to be assessed and certified for the skills that they already possess. The IOED’s launch of the Skill India Campaign is an important milestone towards achieving the objectives of skilling with Speed, Scale and Standards across the country.

I congratulate the Management and Executive Members of the IOED for their vision and commitment to Youth Development and our country’s future.
Letter from Min. of Science

Message from Shri Kalraj Mishra, Honourable Minister of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Government of India:

I am happy to know that the International Organization for Educational Development – IOED which is established in India as a Diplomatic Mission for the Educational and Economic Cooperation has launched its project Skill India Campaign in our country and South Asian countries through its collaborative centres.

I understand that the need to provide this youthful manpower with skills and ability to tackle the global recognition for producing quality skilled manpower and constant updating of training programmes and syllabi to ensure the youth are exposed to the latest technology and industry environment when we face global challenges in human resources. The IOED linking with industries and global organizations to promote both apprenticeship and entrepreneurs is an important step to predict the possibilities of future and prepare for them today itself.

The launch of the mission assumes significance as “India currently faces a severe shortage of well trained, skilled workers. It is estimate that only 2.3% of the workforce in India has undergone formal skill training as compared to 68% in the UK, 75% in Germany, 52% in USA, 80% in Japan and 96% in South Korea. Large sections of the educated workforce have little or no job skills, making them largely unemployable. Therefore, India must focus on scaling up skill training efforts to meet the demands of employers and drive economic growth”.
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