Industrial Training Institute (ITI) Result
Industrial Training Institutes or the Industrial Training Centers which are preferably known as ITI’s are the training institutes providing training in technical field. They are constituted under the Directorate General of Employment & Training (DGET), Ministry of Labor & Employment, and Union Government of India. There are mainly two type ITI colleges in India. Industrial Training Institutes (ITI’s) are government run training organization where as Industrial Training Centers (ITC’s) are privately run equivalents that provide post school training. In the year 2002, there were 1800 ITI’s and 2850 ITC’s providing technical schools to the aspirants in the country.
These technical institutes were established with a motto to impart technical training to young boys and girls who have just passed their school examination and want to get technical expertise instead of conventional higher studies. The courses in these ITI’s are designed to impart basic practical skills to the aspirants so that they can provide a manpower required for the fast emerging industry sector. The duration of the courses vary from the basic certificate course to three year diplomas depending on the trade opted by the aspirants.
Most of the ITI’s impart training in various engineering disciplines like instrument, mechanical, electrical, computer, AC and Refrigeration etc. trade test conducted by both ITI and ITC are common and on completion the certificates are issued by NCVT which is of the same value weather you got training in a government owned ITI or privately owned ITC.
A person who have passes ITI with engineering trade and posses AITT with NCVT in an of the engineering trade is recognized as a well trained qualified Mechanical and Electrical engineer as the case might be. The ITI diploma is considered equivalent to diploma in electrical or mechanical engineering. Like the completion of any technical course the aspirants undergo practical training same goes with ITI course as well. After the completion of ITI course, the candidate has to undergo practical training in his trade in an industry for a year or two which is mandatory to appear for National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT) Certificate to get the job easily in the selected trade.
Online Result Portal offers a comprehensive list of technical institutes of all over India, the courses they offer, last date to fill the admission forms, facility to download the admission form etc so that candidates can apply to the various courses while sitting at their homes.