Role of Industrial Training Institute is to impart technical education to the students having passed 8 th class, 10 th class passed from a recognised board or even the aspirants having passed class twelve from a recognised board are eligible for the different courses suited to them depending upon their qualifications.
The session of admission starts from the month of August every year and the period of training ranges from six months to three years depending upon the course/ trade. Upon completion of the training, they will write All India Trade Test and upon successful completion of the examination, the candidates would be rewarded National Trade Test.
ITI offer several courses or training programme called as Trades. Each trade focuses on a specific set of skills.
There are several courses being conducted by ITI and some of the trades are listed below -
1) Draughtsman ( Mechanical)
9) Draughtsman ( Civil)
10) TV and Radio Mechanic etc
There are altogether 14,312 Industrial Training Institutes
of which 12, 108 are the private Institutions and the rest is the government body.
Though the admission procedure would slightly vary state to state and for the sake of illustration, I am referring to ITI Jharkhand admission procedure-
Admission Notification- May 2020.
Application form availability. May 2020
Application form submission
Last Date June 2020
Provisional merit list declaration - June 2020
Final list declaration. - July 2020
Counselling for both phase 1 and 2 - July 2020
Admission starts - August 2020
Age criteria - Minimum - 14 years. Maximum - 40 years
Fee for the general candidates- Rs 400/-
For SC, ST and Backward classes - Rs - 200/-
You will have to appear at the entrance test as fixed by the ITI authority
You have to submit application through on line basis.