About Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) | Updated:

Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) and the Industrial Training Centers (ITCs) are training institutes that impart technical education in a series of trades. The training hubs come under the jurisdiction of the Directorate General of Employment & Training (DGET), Ministry of Labor & Employment, the Union Government of India.

There are mainly two types of industrial training colleges in India i.e. ITIs and ITCs. The ITIs are operated by the government: the Industrial Training Centers (ITC’s) are run by private agencies. The training centers are recognized as post-secondary schools in India. During the year 2002, the number of ITIs and ITCs were 1800 and 2500 respectively. These educational centers are responsible for providing specialized technical training in various trades.

The technical institutes were set-up with the aim of imparting technical training to youngsters who have recently passed their school examination. Instead of opting for conventional higher studies, they can gain technical expertise by enrolling in the industrial training colleges.

The ITI colleges were established to provide manpower to the rapidly developing industrial sector. As part of the ITI courses, the students can develop their practical skills. The aspirants have more than 130 trades to choose from. The duration of the ITI programs ranges from 6 months to 2 years. Also, the candidates should have cleared their 8th, 10th, or 12th standard, as per their choice of course.

Under the ITI ambit are included engineering and non-engineering trades. The aspirants can choose among trades such as electrician, carpenter, painter (domestic / industrial), mechanic (tractor / diesel engine / mechatronics / motor vehicle / medical electronics), fitter, and machinist – amongst others.

Some states conduct a state-level entrance test to admit students in the government-run ITI courses. Other states consider the scores of the candidates in the qualifying exams for admissions. However, the ITCs have their own rules of admission.

After completing the ITI and ITC courses, the trainees have to clear the All India Trade Test (AITT). Thereafter, if successful, the candidate is conferred with the National Trade Certificate (NTC) of the National Council on Vocational Training (NCVT).

Any candidate who has completed the ITI engineering courses and cleared the AITT is recognized as a well-trained, qualified Mechanical and Electrical engineer, depending on the chosen course. The ITI Diploma is considered to be the equivalent of a Diploma in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering.

Similar to the completion of any technical course, the aspirants have to undergo practical training under the ITI programs as well. Upon the completion of ITI courses, the candidates are given Apprenticeship training (as executed by the Directorate General of Training, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship) for 1 year; thereafter, they can appear for the AITT.

Online Result Portal offers a comprehensive list of technical institutes that are based in India, the various offered courses, the deadlines to fill the admission forms, and the option to download the respective admission forms. Thus, the candidates can apply for the various courses while sitting at their homes.

The exams conducted by the various ITI’s in the varied states are held on different dates. Also, the results are released on different dates.

On the official websites, pertaining to the different states, the students can check the ITI results for the current year by selecting the name of the stipulated course and the given semester. Generally, the results are declared from the May to August. They can even download their mark sheets from the websites.

Also, they have to visit the ITI official websites of the corresponding states for the latest notifications.

We at offer the latest updates regarding the various semesters of the ITI courses. Also, state- wise, the details and results of ITI, NVCT, and SCVT exams are viewable on the site, as displayed on the official websites.

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