UNITED TECHNICAL INSTITUTE (I.T.I.)
Affiliated Trades vide No. DGE & T 6/24/42/2009
(Details for admission for following Trades as per NCVT, DGE&T Norms)
Name of Trade
Qualification Passed from State Board/ CBSE/NIOS
Age for Admission (in Years)
Duration of Courses
10th Pass with
10th Pass with Science & Math
10th Pass with Science & Math
10th Pass with Science & Math
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION
Age limit for
admission is between 14 Yrs. to 40 Yrs.
Form for admission should reach "to-the Director/Principal of the Institute
duly filled in the prescribed Format along with attested copies-of required
educational/supporting documents for consideration of admission strictly on
first cum first served basis 15 days before commencement of session.
likely be given to-eligible candidates without any Test/Interview even on
33% Just Passed Marks.
facilities are likely to be made available free of cost. * Cond. Apply
At the time of
admission each candidate will have to submit two sets of attested copies of
(i) Marks sheet & certificate of 10th pass from recognized State
Board of Education /CBSE/NIOS
(ii) Character Certificate
(iii) Medical Certificate
(iv) Six Recent Passport Size Photographs.
* Management Has Reserved The Right To Provide The Facility
For Hostel To Any Candidate Other/ Foreign Body.
Normally a person who has
passed 10 standard (SSLC) is eligible for admission to ITI. The objective of
ITI is provide technical manpower to industries. The course in ITI is
designed in way to impart basic skill in the trade specified. After
completion of training the person is eligible to appear in the AITT ( All
India Trade Test ) conducted by NCVT( National Council for Vocational
training ). After successfully passing AITT, the person is awarded NATIONAL
TRADE CERTIFICATE (NTC) in concerning trade by NCVT. After passing ITI
course a person may opt to undergo practical training in his trade in an
industry for a year or two. Again the person has to appear & pass in a test
to be conducted by NCVT to get the NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP CERTIFICATE .
Most of ITI's impart training in technical trades like instrument mechanic,
electrician, fitter, plumber, diesel mechanic, Computer Operator, electrical
mechanic, Computer Hardware, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, Turner,
Opportunities after ITI
People of engineering trade can go for higher studies like diploma in
engineering. There are also specialized short term courses in Advanced
Training Institute (ATI) which enhances the skills of candidates. ITI
qualified persons can set up their own garage, motor/generator/transformer
winding shops or fabrication shops depending upon trade opted. Also
candidates can apply for jobs in private sector and public sectors.
Government organisations like Indian Army, Navy, Airforce and also
paramilitary forces like BSF, CRPF provide opportunities for ITI passed
candidates of different trades.
is a tradesman specializing in electrical wiring of buildings, stationary
machines and related equipment. Electricians may be employed in the
installation of new electrical components or the maintenance and repair of
existing electrical infrastructure. Electricians may also specialize in
wiring ships, airplanes and other mobile platforms.
is the branch of science and technology that deals with electrical circuits
involving active electrical components such as vacuum tubes, transistors,
diodes and integrated circuits. The nonlinear behaviour of these components
and their ability to control electron flows makes amplification of weak
signals possible, and is usually applied to information and signal
is an artist skilled in technical drawing. The 'skill' is to draw complex
instructions precisely and accurately. The 'art' is to arrange that
information in a beautiful, eye pleasing way. Combine these two factors and
you have accurate drawings that are easy to use. Drafting includes any task
that utilizes graphics to convey instructions to another person. Commonly
this is associated with the making of plans for structures or mechanical
devices before they are built. Disciplines of drafting include:
Architectural, Civil, Structural, Plumbing, Cartography, Electrical,
Thermodynamics (and HVAC), Mechanical, Hydraulics, Telecommunications,
Materials and Aerodynamics. CAD, or computer aided drafting, is the
principal tool used by drafters to create drawings or plans. AutoCAD,
MicroStation, Archicad, Vector Works, Allplan are some popular CAD software
packages out of many.
UNITED TECHNICAL INSTITUTE (ITI),
Ghaziabad U.P. is affiliated in the Five Trades namely Electrician, Fitter,
Electronics, Draughtsman Mechanical, Draughtsman Civil to N.C.V.T. D.G.E.&
T. Vide No. DGE&T-6/24/42/2009-TC".
Reservation for candidates belonging to S.Cs./
S.T.s/ O.B.C.s/Women/ Minorities/P.H.s etc. will be provided as per rules
admissible of Government.
Facilities for fee concession 25% for
admirable meritorious orphans SCs/STs/Minorities Candidates those who will
be sponsored by the NGOs/ Govt body under Grant in aid of Government.
Modern Lab/Workshop having latest
equipments/tools & machines are available to train youths to meet the
multi skilling needs of National/Multi National Organizations.
Assistance/Placements cell for providing
Apprenticeship Training and Job.
Unique Guidance & Counseling to develop
quality of life.
The strict discipline of this Institute is
solely meant for the very personality growth of trainees & to quip them to
shape up a bright as well as compatible career in future.
Right of admission is reserved with the
All other terms & condition for related to
training activities of Government will be applicable as per admissible
Technical Institute (I.T.I.) also conducts training on Modular Employable Skills
(M.E.S.) Short Term Courses of Skill Development Initiative Scheme dully
recognized by N.CV.T. DGE&T. Govt of India.
level and educational attainment of the workforce determines the productivity as
well as the ability to adapt to the changing industrial environment. A majority
of Indian workforce does possess marketable skills which is an impediment in
getting decent employment and improving their economic condition. While India
has large young population, only 5% of the Indian Labour force in the age group
of 20-24 Years has obtained vocational skills through formal means whereas the
percentage in industrialized countries varies between 60% and 96%. About 63% of
the school students drop out at different stages before reaching class-X. Only
about 2.5 million vocational training seats are available in the country whereas
about 12.8 million persons enter the labour market every year. Even out of this
training places, very few are available for early school dropouts. This
signifies that a large number of school dropouts do not have access to skill
development for improving their employability. The educational requirements and
long duration of courses of the formal training system are some of the
impediments for a person of low educational attainment to acquire skills for his
livelihood. Further, the largest share of new job in India is likely to come
from the unorganized sector that employees up to 93 percent of the workforce,
but most of the training programs caters to the ends of the organized sector.
of Labour & Employment undertook development of a new strategic framework for
skill development for early school leavers and existing workers, specially in
the un-organized sector in close consultation with industry, micro enterprises
in the unorganized sector, state governments, experts and academia which was
essential considering their educational, social and economic background.
Priority will be given to covering those above the age of 14 years who have been
or withdrawn as child labour to enable them to learn employable skills in order
to get gainful employment. Cluster approach will be adopted with a view to
further reducing the incidents of child labour, parents of child labour could
also be enrolled on a preferential basis for providing skills so as to improve
objectives of the scheme include providing vocational training to school
dropouts, existing workers, ITI graduates etc. to improve their employability by
optimally utilizing the infrastructure available in Government private
institutions and the industry and to build capacity in the area of development
of competency standards, course curricula, learning material and assessment
standards in the country.
Term Training will be provided on Part Time. Weekenders. Full Time. Qnsite/Offsite
as convenience of candidates/workers etc.
Duration of Short Term Training Courses = 03 (Three-) Months
Qualification for admission in Short Term Courses are 8th Pass
age for admission is 14 years and no upper age bar/limit.
Registration for admission is Rs. 500/- for per MES Course/Module.
Assessment/Examination Fees is Rs. 800/- for Engg. Per course/Module.
Reimbursement of Assessment Fees to the Successful Candidates as per norms.
Certificate under the aegis of NCVT will be awarded to the successful/pass out
essence of the scheme is in the certification that will be Nationally and
Internationally recognized for the purposes of gainful employment.
OF FEE STRUCTURE
payable by Cash or Bank draft in favour of SHAJAR'S UNITED EDUCATIONAL &
RESEARCH SOCIETY, Payable at GHAZIABAD by the 10th of every month failing
which a fine of Rs. 10/- per Day will be charged up to last working day of the
particular tnonth. If the fee is not paid within 30 days then trainee will be
expelled from the Institute and will be given opportunity to take readmission by
paying all charges as a fresh admission if permissible. However trainees will
have the option to deposit fees/charges Quarterly/Half yearly/Yearly or in the
three equal installments during the training period in advance.
Registration for admission is Rs. 100/- for per trade/Course.
Refundable Caution money will be deposited @ Rs. 500/- per trainee.
Reservation for admission to the candidates belonging to S.Cs./ST.s./O.B.C.s/Women/Minorities/P.H.etc
will be provide as per rules admissible of Government.