The candidate finally selected for admission will be intimated
by registered post Beside this, the list of the selected
candidates will be displayed on the Institute’s
from Trainees: On joining the ITI, Selected
candidates will be required to give an undertaking to
abide by the discipline of the institute, takes care of
the tools and equipments entrusted to their charged, no
to discontinue the course, and confirm to such other condition
as may be prescribed by the Government. If they fail to
fulfill the terms of the undertaking, the Institute will
have the right to recover from them the expenses incurred
on their training or such less amount as it may deem fit.
– Refundable Money: Any type of
deposited fee as admission charge, monthly fee registration
charge etc. is non refundable.
and Charges: The selected candidates will
be required to pay an admission fee. Monthly fee and registration
charges as per scale of fees fixed by the Institute, which
can be obtained from its office, on being admitted as
Trade Certificate: The
final All-India Trades Tests are co nducted
by the National Council for Vocational Training after completion
of the prescribed period of training, and successful trainees
are awarded the National Trade Certificate in the trade-concerned.
The National Trade Certificate are recognized for recruitment
to the subordinate posts and services under the Government
of India for which a Certificate in Craftsmanship / NTC is
prescribed as requisite Qualification.
(A) Trade Theory (B)
Practical (C) Workshop Calculation &
Science and (D) Social Study
Session: Training Session August to July
Month of Examination:
All India Trade Test is conducted in the month of July every
year and Supplementary Exam is conducted in January Every
Eligibility for appearing
in Trade Test: (a) Trainees of I.T.I. /
I.T.C. who have completed the prescribed period ( one year
or two years depending on the trade ) of training.
(b) He must complete minimum 80% of total attendance conducted
Issue of Provisional Certificate:
Provisional Certificate containing the marks secured
by the trainees would be issued to the trainees only after
passing the All India Trade Test (AITT).
Original National Trade Certificate will be issued to passed
out Trainees when centre receives the same from examination
All India skill Competition:
The competition is conducted for some selected trades at
two levels i.e.
(a) At state level (b) At all India level
State Level: The best
trainees in the prescribed trades from each I.T.I. / I.T.C.
are eligible to participate in this competition. On the basis
of competition the best trainees amongst the qualified trainees
in each prescribed trades are selected at state level to make
them eligible for competing at the All India Skill Competition.
(b) All India Level :
The best trainees in each prescribed at the state level competition
are eligible to compete in the competition. The best trainees
amongst the qualified trainees in each prescribed trades are
selected on the basis of this competition at all India Level.
Submission of following documents
at the time of admission
(a) Educational qualification Certificate (b) Mark Sheet
(c) Caste Certificate (d) Attested photocopy of cross list
(e) Recent photograph (Passport Size) (f) Residential Certificate
(g) S L C (School Leaving Certificate )
Training Scheme : The Craftsmen Training
Scheme was introduced by the Government of India in 1950
to ensure a steady flow of skilled workers in different
trades for the domestic industry. To raise quantitatively
and qualitatively and qualitatively the industrial production
systematic training. To reduce unemployment among the educated
youth by providing them employable training. To cultivate
and nurture a technical and industrial attitude in the minds
of the younger generation. The scheme, the most important
in the field of Vocational Training has been shaping craftsmen
to meet the existing as well as future manpower need. Through
the vast network of ITIs in the various states / union territories
in the country. The day-to day administration of ITIs under
Craftsmen Training Scheme was transferred to the state Government
/ union territory administrations with effect from the year
1956 From 1st April 1969. the financial control of the Industrial
Training Institute in the State as well as in the Union
Territories has been transferred to the respective State
Governments / Union Territories. The Financial assistance
is granted to them in the form of bulk grant in consultant
with the Planning Commission and the Ministry of Finance.
Objects of the Scheme
(i) To ensure a steady flow of skilled workers in different
trades for the industry.
(ii) To raise the quality and quantity of industrial production
by systematic training of workers and
(iii) To reduce unemployment among the educated youth by
equipping them for suitable industrial employment.
Council for Vocational Training : In pursuance
of the recommendation of the All India Council for Technical
Education, The Government of India in the Ministry of Labour
Resolution No. RTA-428 (5) 7 dated the 22nd May, 1951. appointed
a committee called the National Trade Certificate Investigation
Committee with instructions to prepare a scheme for the
establishment of an All India Trades Board which would award
certificate of proficiency to craftsmen in the various engineering
and building trades. The report of this committee as also
the recommendation of the Training and Employment Services
Organsation Committee (Know as the Shiva Rao Committee),
have been considered by the Government of India. The Government
agreed with both the committees that there is need for setting
up a central agency for co-ordinating the training programmes
in the country bringing about uniformity of standards and
awarding certificates of proficiency in craftsmanship on
a All India basis. Such a step is in the interest of both
the industry and the workers in as much as it ensures that
the holders of National Certificates possess a minimum recognized
degree of skill. In addition. It facilitates mobility of
tradesmen and their employment.
The Government of India Also decided to
transfer the administration of the training organization
under the Directorate General of Employment and Training
(DGET) to the control of the State Government concerned,
retaining for themselves the function of co-ordination craftsmen
training and laying down the training policy. This decision
has further accentuated the need for a central agency for
assisting or advising the Central Government in the discharge
of their responsibilities regarding Craftsmen Training.
It has accordingly been decided, in consultation with State
governments and other concerned parties, to set up a National
Council for Vocational Training, with a view to ensure and
maintain uniformity in the standards of training all over
the country. The National Council for Vocational Training,
and advisory body, was set up by the Government of India
in the year 1956. The Council has been entrusted wit the
responsibilities of prescribing standards and curricula
for Craftsmen Training, advising the Government of India
on the over all policy and programmes. Conducting All India
Council for Technical Education, Scheduled castes and Scheduled
tribes, all India Women’s Organisation, etc. The State
Council for Vocational Training at the State level and the
Trade committees have been established to assist the National
The structure of the National Council for Vocational Training
is given below
(a) Name : The name of the
Council shall be “The National Council for Vocational
(b) Headquarters: The headquarters for the Council shall
be in New Delhi.
(c) Objects: The Council shall function as a central agency
to advise the Government of India in framing the training
policy and co-ordinating vocational training through out
Council for Vocational Training:
There are State Council’s corresponding to the National
Council to deal all matters relating of vocational training
at the level of the State.
(a) Object: The State
Council which is affiliated to the National Council of Vocational
Training functions as a state agency to advise the State
government in carrying out the training policy laid down
by the National Council and to co-ordinate the Vocational
Training programme throughout the state.
(b) Function: The functions of the State Council are
(1) To carry out the policy of the National Council with
regard to the award of National Trade Certificates in engineering
and non-engineering trades as may be brought within its
scope by the Central or State Government.
(2) To implement the decision and carry out the policy lad
down by the National Council in respect of syllabi equipment
scale of accommodation duration of courses and method of
(3) To establish State Board of Examination in Vocational
(4) To arrange for ad-hoc or periodical inspection of the
training institutes / centers in the State and ensure that
the standards prescribed by the National Council are being
(5) To co-opt if necessary any person or persons to advised
the State Council in connecting with its work.
(6) To ensure that the staff is employed according to the
qualifications prescribed by the national council and relax
qualification in special circumstances to be recorded for
trades where such staff is not easily available.
(7) To ensure that the examinations are conducted by the
State Board of Examination according to standards and the
manner prescribed by the National Council.
(8) To ensure-sign and issue the National Trade Certificated
to successful candidates.
(9) To recommend the provision of additional training facilities,
wherever necessary and render such assistance in the setting
up of additional traiing programmes as may be necessary.
(10) To advise the State Government regarding expenditure
on different training schemes.
(11) To perform such other functions as may be entrusted
to it by the State Government.
(c) Board of Examination:
The State Council shall constitute a Board of Examination
as a committee of the State Council which shall perform
the following functions.
1. To constitute
a Local Board of Examination at each examination centre.
2. To co-opt outside experts on Local Board of Examinations
as and when necessary.
3. To make necessary arrangements for the proper conduct
of examinations including the provision of raw material,
answer books and other stationery at the examination.
4. To fix the scale of remuneration of the outside experts
on the Local Board or Examination and arrange payment thereof.
5. To ensure compliance with the standards prescribed by
the National Council for the conduct of the examination.
6. To declare final results : and
7. To submit a yearly report to the State Council regarding
its activities and to suggest measures for effecting improvements.
to Industrial Training Institutes :
(a) Age: The candidates of 14-40 years
of age as on the date of start of admission session are
(b) Reservation of Seats : This should be as follows
(I) For candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes/ Tribes
in proportion to their population in each State / Union
(II) Twenty five percent seats will be reserved for women
candidates and these seats can be filled up based on the
general reservation policy of each State/ UT, the total
reservation being limited to 50 percent. If the seats meant
for them are not utilized fully. The same can be filled
in by men candidates subsequently.
(III) For boys and girls sponsored by the recognized orphanages,
if specific reservation is not possible at least preference
should be given to them at the time of admission the Industrial
Training Institutions / Centres.
(IV) Three percent of the seats for admission into the Craftsmen
Training Scheme and Apprenticeship Training Scheme Should
be reserved for candidates who are handicapped but have
aptitude and are otherwise fit to undergo the required training.
Attempts may be made by the State/UTs to ensure that three
percent of the seat reserved for physically handicapped
are fully utilized. Steps should also be taken to given
wide publicity in this regard. Also by bringing the fact
to the notice of associations/organization of physically
handicapped person and located in the States.
(V) Directorate General of Resettlement, Ministry of Defense,
Govt. of India has confirmed the inclusion of ex-servicemen
category in the revised priorities for reservation up to
10 seats in each of the ITIs. As such the revised priorities
for admission of wards of Defense personnel etc would henceforth
be as under.
(a) Children or deceased/ disabled ex-servicemen (c) Children
of serving Jawans
(VI) Ten seats be
keep reserved in each of the 410 identified it is with a
maximum of two seats in a trade for Defense Service Personnel
under pre-cum-post release training programme in ITIs from
the session starting from August 2000. The list would be
submitted by DGR in respect of each State to the concerned
State Directorate well in advance to enable them to reserve
the seats in different ITIs. For ITIs meant for women. Only
women candidates. If any, would be consider for admission.
The state Directorate would issue necessary instructions
to the principles the concerned ITIs from the seats in the
trades as per the request of DGR. Where it is not possible
to accommodate the request, admission in alternative ITIs
could be given.
Selection of candidates for admission in Industrial
Training Institute / Centers should start well in advance
of the commencement of each session Admission should, as
far as possible be completed by the date of start of the
session. Where it may be necessary to continue admission
beyond the date of commencement of the session for filling
vacant seats it should not in any case go beyond one month
of the date in the case of two year trades and 15 days in
case of one-year trades.
for Apprenticeship Training in Industry under Apprentices
The trainees in the
ITIs after completion of one or two years courses may be
engaged by the employees for apprenticeship training in
the designation trades. Such trainees are given full credit
for the period spent in the ITI, and they are required to
undergo training in an industry only for the remaining period
of apprenticeship training. The total period apprenticeship
training in the designated trades varies from six month
to four years, depending on the trades. Those who successfully
complete the apprenticeship training will be eligible to
appear in the All India Trade Test of Apprentices for award
of National Apprenticeship Certificates by National Council
for Vocational Training. The National apprenticeship certificate
is a grade higher than the National Trade Certificate and
is the recognized qualification for various posts and series
under the central Government in the appropriate field.
The rate of stipend
during apprenticeship training under the Act is as follows:
Year of Training
During the first
year of training Rs.680,00 Per Month
During the Second
year of training Rs.780.00 Per Month
During the third
year of training Rs.900.00 Per Month
During the fourth
year of training Rs.1,020.00 Per Month
that in the case of trades apprentices referred to in clause
(a) of selection 6 of the Act, the period of training already
undergone by them in a school or other Institution recognized
by the National Council shall be taken into account for
the purpose of determining the rate of stipend payable.
Ex –ITI trainees going in for Apprenticeship training
will receive stipend after counting the period of training
undergone by them at the ITIs, i.e. weightage will be given
for the period of their institutional training in determining
the rate of stipend.
of Certificate Issued by (N.C.V.T): The
ministry of Labour and Employment is concerned with the
recognition of technical and professional qualification
at the level of craftsmen for recruitment to the posts and
service under the Govt. of India for which a Diploma / Certificate
in Craftsmanship or a National Trade Certificate is prescribed
as the requisite qualification. Accordingly diplomas and
certificate issued by different authorities at the level
of craftsmen should be recognized by that ministry.
The Directorate General
of Employment and Training (DGET) in the Ministry of Labour,
and Employment and rehabilitation has a number of training
schemes which cover a number of Engineering and non-engineering
trades for the purpose of imparting training at the level
of craftsmen. The Industrial Training institutes / centers
which are functioning under the Craftsmen Training Scheme
of the Directorate General of Employment and Training conduct
courses in 38 Engineering trades and 16 Non-Engineering
trades and training is imparted according to the standards
recommended by the National Council for Vocational Training
National trade certificates which are issued to the trainees
by the National Council for Vocational training after an
All India Trade are recognized by this ministry for employment
to the post and services Under the Govt. of India.
Trainees must maintain
discipline and proper dress / uniform during his training
period / stay in Institute.
Dress: Colour of Shirt
– Maroon, Colour of Pant – Smoke Grey
Total working hours 42 hours per
(a) Practical Instruction -- 28 hours
per week , (b) Theoretical Instruction
- - 10 hours per week out of which
i. Trade Theory -- 4 hours per week
, ii. Workshop Calculation and Science – 2 hours per
week , iii. Engineering Drawing -- 2 hours per week and
iv. Social Studies -- 2 hours per week
(c) Extra – Curricular activities
including library --- 4 hours per week
Studies and physical training