ITI Course Details – Certification, Eligibility, Admission, Duration, Fee, Jobs, Career Perspective and etc.

Many students are interested to do this ITI Course. Due to lack of proper information, students may choose the wrong course in this sometimes. In this article readers will come to know about what is ITI course, Eligibility, Types of ITI courses, Course Duration, Admission Process, Certification, Jobs for ITI passed Students, Careers after ITI and etc.

ITI Course
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ITI Full Form is Industrial Training Institute

What is an ITI Course about?

  • ITIs are constituted under the DGET (Directorate General of Employment and Training).
  • ITI staff gives technical training to students. Gives training and developing industry-specific skills.
  • To develop a skilled workforce in India is the main aim of some institutes.

Certification

After the completion of the course, students will undergo a test named AITT (All India Trade Test).

Students who succeeded in this test will get the NTC (National Trade Certificate).

ITI Course Eligibility

Students who passed their 8th standard and 12th are eligible to do this ITI course.

As per the rules of the NCVT (National Council for Vocational Training), this course is also applicable from age limit of 14 to 40 years.

ITI Course Duration

Usually, this ITI course duration is from 6months to 2years. This is purely based on the type of ITI course you have chosen.

 Admission Process

Based on merit pass percentage the concerned institutes
(Government or Private) give admissions. And some institutions are having their entrance tests.

ITI Course Fee Structure

The ITI course fee may vary from institute to institute. Initially one has to select the institute and get to know the details about the type of course and fee for the particular course.

Types of Courses

There are two major types of courses in ITI:

  • Engineering courses/trades
  • Non-engineering courses/trades

Engineering courses are technical in nature.

Non-engineering courses are non-technical in nature.

Different ITI Courses and its Eligibility

Let us know some engineering trade courses as follows.

Course Duration Eligibility
Tool & Die Maker Engineering 3 Years 10th passed
Wireman Engineering 2 Years 8th passed
Draughtsman Engineering(Civil Engineering) 2 Year 10th passed
Fitter Engineering 2 Year 10th passed
Electrician Engineering 2 Years 10th passed
Mech. Instrument Engineering 2 Years 10th passed
Carpenter Engineering 1 Year 8th passed
Plumber Engineering 1 Year 8th passed
Mechanic Radio & T.V.Engineering 2 Years 10th passed

Now let us know some non-engineering trade courses as follows:

Course Duration Eligibility
Stenography English 1 Year 12th passed
Cutting & Sewing 1 Year 8th passed
Book Binder 1 Year 8th passed
Dress Making 1 Year 10th passed
Embroidery & Needle Worker 1 Year 8th passed
Stenography Hindi 1 Year 12th passed
Fruit & Vegetable Processing 1 Year 10th passed
Hair & Skin Care 1 Year 10th passed
Hand Compositor 1 Year 10th passed
Commercial Art 1 Year 10th passed

Jobs after ITI Courses

Electrician, Fitter, Carpenter, Foundry Man, Book Binder, Plumber, Pattern Maker, Mason Building Constructor, Advanced Welding, Wireman, Sheet Metal Worker, Tool and Die Maker, Moulder, Welder Gas and Electric, Turner, Advanced Tool and Die Making, Painter General, Machinist, Draughtsman Mechanical, Mechanic Machine Tools Maintenance, Mechanic Computer Hardware, Mechanic Refrigeration and Air Conditioner, Mechanic Watch and Clock, Mechanic Motor Vehicle, Machine Tool Maintenance, Mechanic Radio and Television, Mechanic Diesel, Instrument Mechanic, Instrument Mechanic Chemical Plant, Architectural Draughtsman ship, Metrology and Engineering Inspection, Electrical Maintenance Electroplater, Computer Operator and Programming Assistant, Advanced Electronics.

Career Perspective

  • Vocational training and industry-specific skills are gained by students through this ITI course.
  • Students able to do technical as well as non-technical jobs in Relevant Company.
  • Based on the course a student chosen the job depends upon that.

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