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ITI Courses Full Deatails

What Is ITI ?

Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) and Industrial Training Centers (ITC) are post-secondary schools in India constituted under Directorate General of Training (DGT), Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Union Government to provide training in various trades.

Admission process :- 

The admission procedure is started before the commencement of the new session. Under the NCVT guidelines admission in ITI is made On merit based/written examination.after 8th 10th and 12th one can take admission. Admission to the private ITIs are done directly.

Trade : - 

ITI courses are broadly classified into two types

  • Engineering / Technical Trades

  • Non-technical Trades

Engineering courses, by nature, are purely technical. Core concepts revolve around various fields of science and mathematics. Non-technical courses, on the other hand, focuses on skill sets such as languages, soft skills, and sector-specific skills.

10th Pass ITI Course List : - 

  • Tool & Die Maker Engineering

  • Draughtsman (Mechanical) Engineering

  • Diesel Mechanic Engineering

  • Draughtsman (Civil) Engineering

  • Pump Operator

  • Fitter Engineering

  • Motor Driving-cum-Mechanic Engineering

  • Turner Engineering

  • Dress Making

  • Manufacture Foot Wear

  • Information Technology & E.S.M. Engineering

  • Secretarial Practice

  • Machinist Engineering

  • Hair & Skin Care

  • Refrigeration Engineering

  • Fruit & Vegetable Processing

  • Mech. Instrument Engineering

  • Bleaching & Dyeing Calico Print

  • Electrician Engineering

  • Letter Press Machine Minder

  • Commercial Art

  • Leather Goods Maker

  • Mechanic Motor Vehicle Engineering

  • Hand Compositor

  • Mechanic Radio & T.V. Engineering

  • Mechanic Electronics Engineering

  • Surveyor Engineering

  • Foundry Man Engineering

  • Sheet Metal Worker Engineering

ITI Employability/Careers : -

Since ITI courses are very trade-specific, career prospects depend on the course chosen and the relevant industry. But usually, it is easy to land a job after completion of most ITI courses.

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