Today this post is about and in this post we will talk about what is ITA, what are ITI Courses, what are the top trades of ITI, what is the eligibility to do ITI courses, what is the Duration of ITI courses, What is ITI Admission process, where ITI students get jobs and how much Salary.
Today we all know how bad the level of education has become in our country and the biggest reason for this is that most people do not know when and what they should do in the study, but as you know, today you know about anything If you want to know anything, you can take help of Internet.
But I am sorry to say that most people do not use the Internet to search knowledgeable information i.e. knowledgeable information, but only for entertainment. If we only find knowledgeable information for some time in the day, then we can get information about many things.
You are reading this post, that is, you are also among the few people who use the Internet properly and I too do not waste your time anymore and come to the issue of this post and know what ITI is, ITI What are the benefits of doing courses, what is the process of taking admission in ITI, what courses / trades are there in ITI etc.
What is ITI?
Most students think only after passing 10th or 12th class that they should do such a course in their study, after which they can get a job easily i.e. any course that can set their future and for such courses ITI is perfect. Let us know what is ITI?
ITI has a full form Industrial Training Institute (Industrial Training Institute) and as you must have understood by reading ITI full form ITI is not a course but ITI means that there is an institute that provides you industrial training.
Directorate General of Traning (DGT) is an organization which comes under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship and these organizations run vocational or technical training programmes in our country.
All those institutions which follow the policies, standards and procedures of DGT and run vocational or technical training programs in their institutes are called ITI i.e. Industrial Training Institute.
All Industrial Training Institutes i.e. ITIs aim to provide such vocational (vocational) or technical (technical) training to students in their institute so that students can complete their course and work in different indusrtrial fields.
You will find many institutes in every city which will be named ITI and in those institutes in various industries like Mechanical, Electronics, Information Technologies, Fabrication, Automobile, Diesel Mechanics, Lift Mechanics, Computer Software, Electrical, Plumbing, Wire Traning of man etc. would be given.
Benefits of doing ITI Courses
ITI courses means those courses which are conducted in Indusrtrail Training Institutes. ITI courses are also called ITI Trades. ITI courses are the best way to learn any vocational or technical skills.
Today most of all higher professional courses like CA, MBBS, B.tech are very costly and long duration. A middle class students neither have that much money nor that much time after 10th or 12th. Could join
Therefore, all students want to do professional courses whose fees are very low and their time duration is also short and both these things fit with all the courses of ITI and hence ITI course is a very good course for students today.
If you also cannot join higher education, then you can do diploma from any ITI course and anyway it is not necessary that everyone become a doctor or IIT engineer, you can also become a technician or mechanic. Let us know some more benefits of doing ITI courses.
1) In most ITI courses theory is less and practical training is more.
2) ITI course can be done by all students from 8th class to 12th.
3) If you are a govt. If you do ITI with collage, then you have to pay fees equal to no.
4) Courses of 6 months, 1 year and 2 years are available in ITI.
5) After doing ITI you easily become eligible for govt jobs and private job.
ITI Admission Process in English
There are many courses (trades) in ITI and the duration and admission eligibility of each course is different like some courses are of 6 months, some 1 year, some 2 years apart, in some you after 8th or in some you You can take admission after 10th and in some only after 12th, so get complete information about it before taking admission in any ITI trade.
At present time there are more than 12,000 ITI institutes in the country, out of which about 2400 institutes are under the Central and State Governments and about 9600 private institutes have been authorized by DGT.
Now if you take admission for ITI course in a private institute, then you get direct admission in most private institute but if you govt. To join ITI course in institute, first you have to give an enterance exam.
ITI entrance exams take place every year in August month and entrance exam in some ITI institute takes place in April and August. Let us know what is the process of ITI admission.
Step 1: First of all open the ITI website of your state government, there you will get a link to apply ITI enterance exam and click on it. Notice about ITI admission comes from july month on most website.
Step 2: Now fill your personal information and apply for the enterance exam. Enterance exam fees Rs. 250 (Gen. Category) and Rs. Looks 150 (ST, SC, OBC).
Step 3: After Enterance exam registration, after some time your admit card comes which can be printed out and go to the exam center.
Step 4: After the examination, after some time the result will come and based on the same result, the merit list will come and if you marks are under that merit list, then you will get admission in the ITI institute you have choosed.
ITI Course Fees
As I told you above that if you do an ITI course from a government collage, then you have to pay very low fees and if you do ITI engineering courses from a private collage then you will get around Rs. 50,000 to Rs. You have to pay fees till 1,00,00.
Apart from this, if you do ITI non-engineering courses from a private collage, then you will get about Rs. 20,000 to Rs. You have to pay fees up to 50,000 and fees of other short term courses vary from about 5,000 to 10,000.