Friday, 4 October 2013


               Industrial Training Institutes and " Industrial Training Centers " are training institute which provide training in technical field and constituted under Directorate General of Employment and Training ( DGET ) , Ministry of Labour and Employment , Government of the Union of India.
               Normally, a person who spent 10 standard (CBR) is eligible for IIT . The objective of opening of ITI is provide technical manpower to industries. These people are trained in the basic skills necessary to perform the work of say operator or a craftsman. The price of IIT is designed to provide basic skills in the profession in question. The courses may vary from one year to three years depending on selected trade . After completion of the required period of training the person is eligible to be included in the AITT ( All India Trade Test) conducted by NCVT ( National Council for Vocational Training) . After AITT , the person receives a certificate of competence NATIONAL (CNT) in trade by NCVT . After passing ITI course a person may choose to undergo practical training in his trade in an industry for a year or two. Again, the individual must attend and pass a test to be conducted by NCVT for the National Apprenticeship CERTIFICATE . There are both government-funded and private ( self-financing) ITI in India. Most of the spread formation of IIT in technical professions as engineer, electrician, fitter, plumber , diesel mechanic, Computer Operator and Programming Assistant (COPA) , electromechanical , information technology , computer hardware engineer , refrigeration and Air Conditioning , Turner, welder , etc. training Centre . industry ( CCI ) are self- financing and provide same courses as the IIT . Test for IIT trade and ITC trainees are common. The certificate issued by NCVT are of the same level if they had training in government -owned or private ITI ITC .
                A 2003 study of the ITI under the auspices of the International Labour Organization found that a significant imbalance had developed between the needs of the Indian economy and the training of ITI , which produces too much graduate skills affected by industrial decline, and too little in emerging areas and informal economy