National Intelligence for Skills, Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship (NISE)

ALIGNING LABOR SUPPLY AND DEMAND

Bangladesh’s labor force of 82 million is growing with the addition of 2 million youths each year. Many of these new entrants are facing difficulties in finding employment as they are unaware of which skills are required for which jobs. While there are approximately 13,000 public and private skills training providers, they mostly offer supply-driven courses. 


The National Intelligence for Skills, Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship (NISE) is a one-stop data platform that offers a broad spectrum of unique services. On the supply side, it offers real-time data which can allow skill service providers to identify the skills in demand through job forecasting and analyzing market-driven occupations. Participants in various skills training programs are automatically added to a central youth database. This database offers the youth a number of facilities such as career counseling and apprentice opportunities. The relevant ministries and government departments can also make use of the platform's real-time data to formulate more informed policies.


On the demand side, NISE acts as an integrated job recruiting platform for public and private job providers alike, automatically filtering for suitable candidates. It allows industries to directly place demand for skilled human resources to specific skills service providers. NISE’s 4IR dashboard provides data to industries and entrepreneurs about emerging trends on job opportunities and job replenishment, paving the way for better decision making in business plans.


NISE has also been declared as a global best practice by UNDP’s Chief Digital Office (CDO) in New York. The initiative is being replicated in Jordan and Somalia.

ALIGNING LABOR SUPPLY AND DEMAND

Bangladesh’s labor force of 82 million is growing with the addition of 2 million youths each year. Many of these new entrants are facing difficulties in finding employment as they are unaware of which skills are required for which jobs. While there are approximately 13,000 public and private skills training providers, they mostly offer supply-driven courses. 


The National Intelligence for Skills, Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship (NISE) is a one-stop data platform that offers a broad spectrum of unique services. On the supply side, it offers real-time data which can allow skill service providers to identify the skills in demand through job forecasting and analyzing market-driven occupations. Participants in various skills training programs are automatically added to a central youth database. This database offers the youth a number of facilities such as career counseling and apprentice opportunities. The relevant ministries and government departments can also make use of the platform's real-time data to formulate more informed policies.


On the demand side, NISE acts as an integrated job recruiting platform for public and private job providers alike, automatically filtering for suitable candidates. It allows industries to directly place demand for skilled human resources to specific skills service providers. NISE’s 4IR dashboard provides data to industries and entrepreneurs about emerging trends on job opportunities and job replenishment, paving the way for better decision making in business plans.


NISE has also been declared as a global best practice by UNDP’s Chief Digital Office (CDO) in New York. The initiative is being replicated in Jordan and Somalia.

ALIGNING LABOR SUPPLY AND DEMAND

Bangladesh’s labor force of 82 million is growing with the addition of 2 million youths each year. Many of these new entrants are facing difficulties in finding employment as they are unaware of which skills are required for which jobs. While there are approximately 13,000 public and private skills training providers, they mostly offer supply-driven courses. 


The National Intelligence for Skills, Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship (NISE) is a one-stop data platform that offers a broad spectrum of unique services. On the supply side, it offers real-time data which can allow skill service providers to identify the skills in demand through job forecasting and analyzing market-driven occupations. Participants in various skills training programs are automatically added to a central youth database. This database offers the youth a number of facilities such as career counseling and apprentice opportunities. The relevant ministries and government departments can also make use of the platform's real-time data to formulate more informed policies.


On the demand side, NISE acts as an integrated job recruiting platform for public and private job providers alike, automatically filtering for suitable candidates. It allows industries to directly place demand for skilled human resources to specific skills service providers. NISE’s 4IR dashboard provides data to industries and entrepreneurs about emerging trends on job opportunities and job replenishment, paving the way for better decision making in business plans.


NISE has also been declared as a global best practice by UNDP’s Chief Digital Office (CDO) in New York. The initiative is being replicated in Jordan and Somalia.

ALIGNING LABOR SUPPLY AND DEMAND

Bangladesh’s labor force of 82 million is growing with the addition of 2 million youths each year. Many of these new entrants are facing difficulties in finding employment as they are unaware of which skills are required for which jobs. While there are approximately 13,000 public and private skills training providers, they mostly offer supply-driven courses. 


The National Intelligence for Skills, Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship (NISE) is a one-stop data platform that offers a broad spectrum of unique services. On the supply side, it offers real-time data which can allow skill service providers to identify the skills in demand through job forecasting and analyzing market-driven occupations. Participants in various skills training programs are automatically added to a central youth database. This database offers the youth a number of facilities such as career counseling and apprentice opportunities. The relevant ministries and government departments can also make use of the platform's real-time data to formulate more informed policies.


On the demand side, NISE acts as an integrated job recruiting platform for public and private job providers alike, automatically filtering for suitable candidates. It allows industries to directly place demand for skilled human resources to specific skills service providers. NISE’s 4IR dashboard provides data to industries and entrepreneurs about emerging trends on job opportunities and job replenishment, paving the way for better decision making in business plans.


NISE has also been declared as a global best practice by UNDP’s Chief Digital Office (CDO) in New York. The initiative is being replicated in Jordan and Somalia.

ALIGNING LABOR SUPPLY AND DEMAND

Bangladesh’s labor force of 82 million is growing with the addition of 2 million youths each year. Many of these new entrants are facing difficulties in finding employment as they are unaware of which skills are required for which jobs. While there are approximately 13,000 public and private skills training providers, they mostly offer supply-driven courses. 


The National Intelligence for Skills, Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship (NISE) is a one-stop data platform that offers a broad spectrum of unique services. On the supply side, it offers real-time data which can allow skill service providers to identify the skills in demand through job forecasting and analyzing market-driven occupations. Participants in various skills training programs are automatically added to a central youth database. This database offers the youth a number of facilities such as career counseling and apprentice opportunities. The relevant ministries and government departments can also make use of the platform's real-time data to formulate more informed policies.


On the demand side, NISE acts as an integrated job recruiting platform for public and private job providers alike, automatically filtering for suitable candidates. It allows industries to directly place demand for skilled human resources to specific skills service providers. NISE’s 4IR dashboard provides data to industries and entrepreneurs about emerging trends on job opportunities and job replenishment, paving the way for better decision making in business plans.


NISE has also been declared as a global best practice by UNDP’s Chief Digital Office (CDO) in New York. The initiative is being replicated in Jordan and Somalia.

ALIGNING LABOR SUPPLY AND DEMAND

Bangladesh’s labor force of 82 million is growing with the addition of 2 million youths each year. Many of these new entrants are facing difficulties in finding employment as they are unaware of which skills are required for which jobs. While there are approximately 13,000 public and private skills training providers, they mostly offer supply-driven courses. 


The National Intelligence for Skills, Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship (NISE) is a one-stop data platform that offers a broad spectrum of unique services. On the supply side, it offers real-time data which can allow skill service providers to identify the skills in demand through job forecasting and analyzing market-driven occupations. Participants in various skills training programs are automatically added to a central youth database. This database offers the youth a number of facilities such as career counseling and apprentice opportunities. The relevant ministries and government departments can also make use of the platform's real-time data to formulate more informed policies.


On the demand side, NISE acts as an integrated job recruiting platform for public and private job providers alike, automatically filtering for suitable candidates. It allows industries to directly place demand for skilled human resources to specific skills service providers. NISE’s 4IR dashboard provides data to industries and entrepreneurs about emerging trends on job opportunities and job replenishment, paving the way for better decision making in business plans.


NISE has also been declared as a global best practice by UNDP’s Chief Digital Office (CDO) in New York. The initiative is being replicated in Jordan and Somalia.

ALIGNING LABOR SUPPLY AND DEMAND

Bangladesh’s labor force of 82 million is growing with the addition of 2 million youths each year. Many of these new entrants are facing difficulties in finding employment as they are unaware of which skills are required for which jobs. While there are approximately 13,000 public and private skills training providers, they mostly offer supply-driven courses. 


The National Intelligence for Skills, Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship (NISE) is a one-stop data platform that offers a broad spectrum of unique services. On the supply side, it offers real-time data which can allow skill service providers to identify the skills in demand through job forecasting and analyzing market-driven occupations. Participants in various skills training programs are automatically added to a central youth database. This database offers the youth a number of facilities such as career counseling and apprentice opportunities. The relevant ministries and government departments can also make use of the platform's real-time data to formulate more informed policies.


On the demand side, NISE acts as an integrated job recruiting platform for public and private job providers alike, automatically filtering for suitable candidates. It allows industries to directly place demand for skilled human resources to specific skills service providers. NISE’s 4IR dashboard provides data to industries and entrepreneurs about emerging trends on job opportunities and job replenishment, paving the way for better decision making in business plans.


NISE has also been declared as a global best practice by UNDP’s Chief Digital Office (CDO) in New York. The initiative is being replicated in Jordan and Somalia.

The 'NISE' Model


Supply Side

It offers real-time data which can allow skill service providers to identify the skills in demand through job forecasting and analyzing market-driven occupations. Participants in various skills training programs are automatically added to a central youth database. This database offers the youth a number of facilities such as career counselling and apprentice opportunities. The relevant ministries and government departments can also make use of the platform's real-time data to formulate more informed policies.


Demand Side

NISE acts as an integrated job recruiting platform for public and private job providers alike, automatically filtering for suitable candidates. It allows industries to directly place demand for skilled human resources to specific skills service providers. NISE’s 4IR dashboard provides data to industries and entrepreneurs about emerging trends on job opportunities and job replenishment, paving the way for better decision making in business plans.


38,500+

Migrant Workers Trained

3000+

Women Entrepreneurs Trained

27,000+

Apprentices

300,000+

Imams and Muezzins

Key Impacts


  • Data-driven decision making and policy formulation

  • Matchmaking the Youth, Skills Providers, Industries

  • A one stop solution hub for youth

  • Provide Career Counselling and Guidance

  • Forecast future occupations

  • Track initiatives on 4IR

  • Reduce the TCV for receiving skill

  • Support to achieve SDG 4 (4.3, 4.4) & SDG 8 (8.5, 8.6)