ITI courses after class 12th.

ITI courses after class 12th.

ITI courses is the jobs oriented courses after doing these students can do jobs in government as well as well as in private companies as trainers,fitter welder etc. And many more post in government or in the private companies.

ITI is stand for Industrial Training Institute.ITI mainly means to provide vacational training to students who have interest in these fields.

ITIs are done under Directorate General of Employment and Training DGET,Union government,Ministry of skill development and enterpreneurship.

Generally ITIs provide Industrial training to students and build technical work force in india.

There are large number of ITIs center in India which provides many courses in ITI to students which are either government center or the private center .
These center main aim is to make his students job ready and industry ready for these they also provide apprenticeship program in these center.

About ITI.

ITIs offer vocational training program in any trades in India.

There are many trades which are available under the ITIs which provides training in specific industry types.

Qualifications required.

Qualifications required in these courses are varies as courses varies because different courses have different qualifications students should be 8th pass to 12th pass.

Duration of courses.

Duration also varies as courses varies generally the duration are between 6 months to 2 years.

 Types of courses.
Generally there are two types of courses.

1. Engineering courses
2.Non Engineering courses

Engineering courses.
These courses are technical in nature.

Non Engineering courses.
These courses are non technical in nature.

ITI courses.
  • Welders
  • Foundry man Technician
  • Creche Management
  • Spinning Technician
  • Architectural Assistant
  • Auto Electrician
  • Vessel Navigator
  • Firemen
  • Draughtsman Civil
  • Draughtsman Mechanical
  • Electrician
  • Electronics Mechanic
  • IT and Electronics System Maintenance
  • Instrument Mechanic
  • Machinist Grinder
  • Mechanic Motor Vehicle
  • Radio and TV Mechanic
  • Automotive Body Repair
  • Automotive Paint Repair
  • Cabin or Room Attendant
  • Spa Therapy
  • Para Legal Assistant
  • Leather Goods Maker
  • Hospital Waste Management
  • Dairying
  • Food and Vegetable Processing
  • Carpenter
  • Finance Executive
  • Corporate House Keeping
  • Data Entry Operator
  • Medical Transcription
  • Domestic House Keeping
  • Plate Maker Cum Impositor
  • Front Office Assistant
  • Event Management Assistant
  • Office Machine Operator
  • Tourist Guide
  • Marketing Executive
  • Etc.
Admission procedure.
Written test is conducted by government institute as well as private institute and depend on merit list.

After completion of course.
On completion of the training, the candidates appear for the AITT (All India Trade Test). Successful candidates are given the NTC (National Trade Certificate).

After taking NTC certificate students can do job in private companies or in government.


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