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  • What is the admission procedure at ITI?

    Keen on joining an ITI course or trade? Get quick guidance on the admission procedures for ITI courses and informative details about them.

    My son has just finished the 10th standard and looks forward to joining ITI. Therefore, I want to find out details about ITI, such as various trades, course duration, admission procedure and so on.
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  • Tenth passed candidates are eligible for admission into ITI.
    Generally, the State Government will announce the admission programme. One application will be sufficient for all the government and private colleges. The admission will be allowed based on your percentage in tenth class. There will not be any separate entrance test for this course. Generally, you have to apply online. Some states will have both online as well as physical applications. Some states will have an entrance test for admissions.
    The age limit is 14 years.
    The following are the trades
    Name of the Course Duration
    Tool & Die Maker Engineering 3 years
    Draughtsman (Mechanical) Engineering 2 years
    Diesel Mechanic Engineering 1 year
    Draughtsman (Civil) Engineering 2 years
    Pump Operator 1 year
    Fitter Engineering 2 years
    Motor Driving-cum-Mechanic Engineering 1 year
    Turner Engineering 2 years
    Dress Making 1 year
    Manufacture Foot Wear 1 year
    Information Technology & E.S.M. Engineering 2 years
    Secretarial Practice 1 year
    Machinist Engineering -do-
    Hair & Skin Care -do-
    Refrigeration Engineering 2 years
    Fruit & Vegetable Processing 1 year
    Mech. Instrument Engineering 2 years.
    Bleaching & Dyeing Calico Print 1 year
    Electrician Engineering 2 years
    Letter Press Machine Mender 1 year
    Commercial Art -do-
    Leather Goods Maker -do-
    Mechanic Motor Vehicle Engineering 2 years
    Hand Compositor 1 year
    Mechanic Radio & T.V. Engineering 2 years
    Mechanic Electronics Engineering 2 years
    Surveyor Engineering 2 years
    Foundry Man Engineering 1 year
    Sheet Metal Worker Engineering -do-

    Many States already started the admission process. Please go through the website of the technical board of your state and apply as per the procedure.

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  • Maharashtra ITI Courses
    There are various professions for which applicants apply for admission. Here we shared some of the ITI professions for which candidates can apply in accordance with their right-
    • Plastic Processing Operator
    • Tools & Die, maker
    • Mechanic Diesel Engine
    • Instrument Mechanic
    • Dress Making
    • Electroplater
    • Mechanic Machine Tools
    • Machinist
    • Electrician
    • Draftsman Civil Surveyor
    • Mechanic Motor Vehicle
    • Tools & Die maker (Die and Molds)
    • Electronics Mechanic
    • Electrician (Power Dist)
    • Wireman
    • Mechanic Fridge and AC
    • Photographer
    • Fitter
    • Turner
    • Computer Hardware and Network Maintenance
    • Machinist Grinder
    • Draftsman Mechanic
    • COPA
    The duration of these ITI programs / professions varies from one year to three years.
    DVET Maharashtra ITI Admission Eligibility
    Before filling out an online application, applicants are advised to first read the information leaflet to get complete information on selection criteria and other details.
    Interested candidates can check out the full qualification application below.
    • Candidates must be from Maharashtra.
    • If the candidate is not from Maharashtra, he / she must follow other criteria.
    • The minimum age of the candidate must be 14 years old at the time of admission.
    • Applicants must have SSC qualification (10th grade) from a recognized Board.
    • Emerging candidates may also be eligible to apply.DVET Maha ITI Application Form 2020
    • Interested candidates should only apply through the online mode, as no other mode is applicable.
    • They can apply for admission to different state ITIs. Multiple applications are not required.

    How to register/apply online.
    To submit an online application, applicants

    • Visit the official DVET website.
    • Click on the student's link or the link provided on the main page of the portal.
    • Select a tolerance option.
    • Click on "Register a new candidate"
    • Provide all details and register. The ID and password will be generated.
    • Now log in with your ID and password.
    • Enter all personal data, data of the parent / guardian, address information, qualification information of the participant and other necessary information requested in the application form.
    • Download scanned copies of all necessary documents.
    • Pay the prescribed registration fee.
    • Check and check parts before final delivery.
    • Click on the submit button.
    • Finally, take a printout of the application form for future references.

    Application procedure for admission to ITI in Maharashtra
    The admission procedure is completely online and is carried out through a centralized online admission system. The admission process involves basically five steps. Below we shared a brief information about all the stages of the application process.
    • Step 1- Candidates registration
    At this point, new candidates must register by providing the necessary information, such as a mobile phone number and email address. Those who have already registered can skip this step.
    • Step 2- Application submission
    In this step, applicants have to submit the online application form by filling all the required information.
    • Step 3- Confirmation of Application
    In this stage, the application of the applicant will be confirmed by the conducting authority on the basis of the selection criteria.
    • Step 4- Seat Allotment
    DVET, Maharashtra will finally allot seats to the candidates on the basis of the data of the applicants.
    • Step 5- Admission to Institute
    The last and the final step is the admission of the candidate to the allotted Institute. Applicants have to carry all the required documents to the allotted institute for verification.
    ITI DVET Maharashtra Application Fee 2020
    Applicants have to pay a certain amount of the application fee depending on their category.
    Here we have shared the category-wise application fee applicable for each category of the candidate in the admission process-
    • Unreserved category (UR)- Rs.150/-
    • Reserved category – Rs.100/-
    • Candidates from outside Maharashtra state- Rs.300/-
    • Non-Residential Indians (NRIs)- Rs.500/-
    The application fee is to be paid through the online mode. It is non-refundable in nature.
    DVET Maharashtra ITI 2020 Reservation
    Category-wise reservation in DVET ITI admissions is as follows-
    Category Reservation %
    SC 13%
    ST 7%
    OBC 19%
    Vimukt Jati/ Denotified Tribes (VJ/DT) 3%
    Nomadic tribes (NT)-B 2.5%
    Nomadic Tribes (NT)-C 3.5%
    Nomadic Tribes (NT)-D 2%
    Total 50%
    General category 50%
    Total reservation 100%
    Note: Reservation percentage for all the categories changed as per the rules and policy of the State Government.
    DVET Maharashtra ITI 2020 Seat Allotment
    Once the application is confirmed, seats will be allotted to the candidates on the basis of application, preferences filled and other factors. After the allocation of seats, candidates have to report to the allotted institute at the specified time. It is compulsory for all the participants to carry all the required documents (original plus photocopy) to the institution.
    Once candidates have submitted the admission fee in the respective institution they are advised to collect the candidate's copy or admission confirmation slip from the concerned department of the institution.
    Documents/Certificates Required
    Candidates have to carry all the given documents and certificates in original along with the attested copy of each at the time of admission at the allotted institutions-
    • Seat allotment letter
    • Birth certificate
    • SSC (Class X) mark sheet and certificate
    • HSC certificate
    • Domicile certificate
    • Caste or category certificate
    • School leaving certificate
    • Two passport size photograph (must be recent)
    • Address proof

  • ITI usually known as Industrial Training Institutes was established with an aim for providing training to students. The Directorate General of Employment and Training is responsible for giving out rules and regulations informing policies for ITI's in India. In general, there are government and private ITI's in India which gives vocational training to students. When completing the training the candidates can appear for the All India Trade Test and can obtain the National Trade Certificate.

    The ITI admissions are different in states and usually, admissions start in June or August every year. This time we do not know how the admission process starts and when is the start date etc. The general requirement for ITI trades is Class eight or tenth pass or twelfth pass. The duration of the ITI courses ranges from six months to two years. The fees for the courses range from 1000 RS to 9000 RS for ITI engineering trades. Non-Engineering trades the fees may range from 3950 RS to 7000 RS.

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  • ITI (Industrial Training Institutes) were established in our country to provide vocational training to students right after completing their basic education like class VIII or X or XII. These function under the Directorate General of Employment and Training (DGET) - Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. The main objective behind these institutions is to create a work force of skilled people for industries and business arena. There are private ITIs also in our country.

    Admission process varies from state to state and there are some subtle differences in the eligibility criterion and mode of selection for the courses. There are different trades like Plumbing, Electric works, Civil works, Fittings, Machining etc covered in these courses and the duration of these courses range from 6 months to 2 years. One can take up some courses after completing class VIII or class X and some courses after completing class XII. Some states have online application facility for admission but some states do not have. They might be now switching to online due to the present crisis.

    The general procedure is to fill the application form and affix the photograph and attach all the relevant documents like Aadhar card, certificate and mark sheet of class VIII or X or XII as the case may be. The fee also is to be deposited as mentioned there. Application fee is generally in the range Rs 200 to 300 only. Admissions are based on a merit list of students prepared based on their last educational certificate and mark sheet vis-a-vis the seats available in the ITI for that particular course or trade. In most of the places the minimum age limit is 14 years. In many states there is no upper age limit for admission to these courses. After completing the ITI course in the respective trade the students have to appear for All India Trade Test (AITT) to obtain National Trade Certificate (NTC).

    If you want information on any college or institution where you want to take admission then I would suggest you to go to this link in this site itself and you can get a lot of information there. Alternatively there is a search box also on the top right hand side where you can enter 'ITI colleges' and it would give you a plethora of information.

    Knowledge is power.

  • 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)
    2) Rigger
    3) Fitter
    4) Turner
    5) Welder
    6) Electrician
    7) Machinist
    8) surveyor
    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.

  • To take admission in ITI college is very simple.
    first you have to give any competitive exam which is taken by government.
    then according to your rank. You have go for counselling and choose your college. There are many branches offered by the college like fitter, electrician, wireman and many others.
    after chosen the college you have to go their respective college and submit your all documents and submit counselling paper to take the admission and submit your fees.

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