Best ITI Courses in 2022

By: Udit Trivedi on 2022-06-23 04:31:19

 

What are ITI Courses?

 

ITI Courses or Industrial Training Institute Courses educate and train students in practical skills and knowledge. Under DGET and the Union Government of India, one can study several ITI Courses such as certificate level and vocational training courses. Individuals looking to join ITI must pass the tenth standard (SSLC/matriculation) or equivalent as it is the minimum requirement for admission to ITI. The institute provides instruction in two categories of ITI courses:

  • Engineering
  • Non-engineering

 

Basis

Engineering Courses

Non-Engineering Courses

Definition

Engineering background courses are technical in nature, concentrating on principles from Mathematics, Science, and Technology.

Non-engineering courses address non-technical topics such as soft languages and industry-specific skills and information

Course Fees

ITI Engineering Course fee rages from INR 1000-9000 

ITI Non- Engineering Course fees ranges from INR 3950-7000

Specifications

Engineering, Mathematics,       Science and Technology

Soft Skills,

Languages,

Industry-specific skills

Some distinct courses to pursue

  • Computer Operator and Programming Assistant 
  • Physiotherapy Technician
  • Mechanic Agricultural Machinery 

·       Desktop Publishing Operator 

·       Plastic Processing Operator

·       Mason 

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These courses time frame ranges from six months to three years. The written test is considered by leading government and private institutes to assess students' abilities. Some private institutes provide direct admission as well.

 

ITI Training Institutes in Delhi

 

In order to mould educated and skilled people according to varied industrial demands, the Department of Training and Technical Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, is implementing numerous initiatives. The Craftsmen Training Scheme would provide technical and industrial skills training through Industrial Training Institutes located around Delhi. In total, there are 19 government ITI's with 11020 seats in 49 different trades associated with the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) and State Council for Vocational Training (SCVT).

 

List of Govt. Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) 

Location

Sir CV Raman Industrial Training Institute (ITI)

Dheerpur, Delhi

ITI (W)

Mori Gate Gokhle Road, Delhi

ITI Nand Giri

Nand Nagri , Delhi 

ITI Khichripur

Mavur Vihar, Delhi 

ITI Shahdara 

Shahdara, Delhi

ITI Pusa

Pusa, Delhi

ITI Malviya Nagar

Malviya Nagar, Delhi 

ITI Arab Ki Sarai Nizamuddin

Arab Ki Sarai Nizamuddin, Delhi 

ITI Jaffarpur

Jaffarpur, Delhi 

ITI for Women Vivek Vihar

Vivek Vihar, Delhi 

ITI Veer Savarkar Basic Training Centre 

Pusa, Delhi  

ITI Lala Hans Raj Gupta

Lala Hans Raj Gupta, Delhi 

 ITI Tilak Nagar

Tilak Nagar, New Delhi 

ITI Jail Road Hari Nagar

Jail Road Hari Nagar, Delhi 

ITI Jahangirpuri 

Jahangirpuri, Delhi

ITI Siri Fort (W) 

Siri Fort, Delhi

 

Exam and Certification for ITI Courses

 

Candidates must appear for the AITT (All India Trade Test), which is organised by NCVT, after completing the classwork (National Council for Vocational Training). Candidates who complete the AITT will be issued a National Trade Certificate, which will allow them to practice various courses.

 

Career after completion of ITI Courses:

 

There are multiple job opportunities for students who just finished their ITI course. They have two paths to choose, i.e., either pursue further studies or explore different job opportunities. Both of these choices have their own set of benefits, which are outlined below:

 

1. Further Studies:

All India Trade Test

  • The All-India Trade Test is conducted by the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT). This exam tests the skills that have been acquired by the students while pursuing their course. After passing AITT, students are awarded National Trade Certificate (NTC) in concerning trade by NCVT. In many engineering trades, an NTC is equivalent to diploma degree.

Specialized Short-Term Courses

·      Advanced Training Institutes (ATI) provide specialised short-term courses for ITI students in select specialised trades. These courses assist students in honing their abilities in a way that is specific to job profiles or industry requirements in their respective sectors.

Diploma Courses

·      Several engineering diploma programs are available for individuals who have completed ITI training in technical trades or engineering fields. In contrast to ITI courses, diploma engineering courses delve further into the subject, including both theoretical and practical elements of the sector.

 

2. Job Opportunities:

Just like other professional and vocational training institutions, even ITIs have dedicated placement cells which look after the placement of students. These placement cells have tie-ups with various governmental organizations, private companies, and even foreign companies, who hire the students for jobs in several trades.

 

3. Employment in Government Agencies or the Public Sector 

 

The biggest employer of ITI students is the public sector, or government agencies. Students who have completed their ITI can seek employment with various public sector units/PSUs such as railways, telecom/BSNL, IOCL, ONCG, state-wise PWDs, and others. In addition to this, they can also explore career opportunities with the Indian Armed Forces, i.e., the Indian Army. Indian Navy, Air Force, BSF, CRPF, and other paramilitary forces.

 

4. Employment in the Private Sector

 

The private sector, especially the ones dealing in manufacturing and mechanics, seeks out ITI students for trade specific jobs. The key sectors in which ITI students can find lucrative career opportunities include construction, agriculture, textiles, and energy. As far as specific job profiles are concerned, electronics, welding, refrigeration and air-conditioner mechanic are the most sought-after skills in an ITI student in the private sector.

 

5. Self-Employment

 

This is probably the biggest advantage of opting for the ITI course, as it allows one to start their own business and be self-employed. Due to the shift towards white-collar jobs, today we find an acute shortage of trained and qualified plumbers, carpenters, and construction workers. This means a great opportunity for students with an ITI certificate to start their own business and be self-employed.

 

6. Employment in Foreign Companies Entering India

 

After completing their training, ITI students may get multiple career options in Domestic as well as Foreign Multinational Companies. 

 

Top Recruiters for ITI Students

 

  • Reliance
  • Polycab India Limited
  • Exide Industries Limited
  • Surya Roshni Ltd.
  • GAIL   
  • General Motors
  • Godrej Group
  • Toshiba
  • Bisleri
  • BHEL
  • Bosch India
  • Adobe
  • Bajaj Electricals Limited
  • Dabur India
  • ONGC
  • Hindustan Unilever Limited
  • BSNL 

 

Benefits of opting for an ITI Course

 

  1. It is really easy to find work.
  2. It is less costly.
  3. ITI courses are quite beneficial in everyday life.
  4. You can work for yourself.
  5. Admission to a local institute is quite simple.
  6. There are additional courses geared at industry and employment.

 

Cons of choosing an ITI Course

 

  1. Certifications are not recognized by most universities and departments of education.
  2. The certificate courses do not prepare students for the certification examinations that follow.
  3.  Vendors are eager to charge students exorbitant fees for insufficient material.
  4. The information that makes up many of the certificates has too much overlap.
  5. Vendors are biased toward their own certification and training. 
  6. No neutral governing body exists that can offer advice and direction to interested candidates.

 

FAQ's

 

Q1) What sorts of ITI courses are available after completing the 10th grade?

Ans. Engineering and non-engineering ITI 10th pass courses are available at industrial training institutes.

 

Q2) Do institutions provide direct admission?

Ans. Yes, certain private institutes provide direct admission.

 

Q3) How long does Diesel Mechanic Engineering take?

Ans. Diesel Mechanic Engineering is a one-year programme.

 

Q4) Can I pursue more than one ITI course?

Ans. No, you can only choose one ITI course at a time.