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About I.T.I

The full form of ITI is Industrial Training Institute and it is a government training organization responsible for providing high school students with industry-related education. At the same time, some trades can still be applied after the 8th grade. Specifically, these institutes are set up to offer technical information to students who have just passed the 10th level and are interested in gaining some technical knowledge rather than higher education. ITI is established by the Directorate-General for Employment and Training (DGET), the Ministry of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship and the Government of the Union to provide training in different trades.

Across India, there are many ITIs, both governmental and private, that offer vocational training to students. Aspirants will appear for the All India Trade Test (AITT) once the training is complete National Trade Certificate (NTC) is issued to qualified applicants..
The main goal of an ITI is to train its candidates for the industry, to prepare them ready for work. ITIs also administer apprenticeship courses to make this possible.

Duration of The course

ITIs in India provide ‘trades’ training programs. Every trade is based on a particular sector or skillset. The timeline for ITI courses will vary from 6 months to 2 years. Course length depending on the type and course nature.

Types of Course

ITI courses are broadly classified into two types. They are.

  • Engineering trades
  • Non-engineering trades

Engineering courses are trades focused on technique. They concentrate on engineering, science, maths and technology concepts. Typically non-engineering courses are not of a technical degree. They concentrate on languages, soft skills, and other sector-specific competencies and expertise

Eligibility Criteria for ITI

Eligibility requirements differ from Course to Course. Some of the elements are listed below.

  • The Applicant must have passed 10th grade from a recognized board. Or any other examination is known as 10th standard.
  • The candidate should have obtained at least 35 per cent aggregate.
  • The candidate’s age during the admission period must be between 14 and 40 years.

The admission process of ITI

Both the Government and the good private organization depend on the admission process based on merit. Such institutes administer a written examination to choose eligible candidates. Some private institutes are considered to have a direct method of admission.

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