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NITED TECHNICAL INSTITUTE

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SHAJAR’S UNITED EDUCATIONAL & RESEARCH SOCIETY 

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(Affiliated to NCVT Vide No. D.G.E. & T. 6/24/42/2009-TC)  GOVT. Of INDIA

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VOCATIONAL TRAINING SCHEME

  1. Vocational Training is a concurrent subject under the Constitution and the Central Government & States/U.T.s Governments share responsibility for effectively implementation of Craftsmen and Apprenticeship Training Scheme under Vocational Training System in the Country. At the National Level, DGE&T, Ministry of Labor & Employment is Nobel body for formulating policies, laying down norms, standards, conducting trade test and certification of vocational training. States/U.T.s Governments through I.T.I.s impart institutionalize vocational training under Craftsmen Training Scheme.

  2. Vocational Training System under the aegis of NCVT of DGE&T, Ministry of Labor & Employment, and Government of India is one of the most comprehensive system in the country. Craftsmen training are provided to youths with the objective to prepare semi-skilled workers for the industries. Craftsmen training is implanted through a network of Government Industrial Training Institutes (I.T.I.s)/ Private Industrial Training Centers (I.T.C.s) located in various parts of the country. The educational qualifications vary from class VIII Pass to Class depending upon the trades. The duration of training varies from six months to three years. The trainees after completion of craftsmen training appear in the All India Trade Test to obtain National Trade Certificate award by National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT), which is recognized for the purpose of recruitment to the subordinate technical posts at the shop floor level within the country as well as aboard.

  3. The craftsmen Training Scheme was introduced by the Government of India in 1950 to ensure a steady flow of skilled persons in different trades for fulfillment needs of industries by imparting/providing quantitatively and qualitatively the industrial production by systematic training,the cultivate and nurture a technical and industrial attitude in the minds of the younger generation' scheme, the most important in the shaping craftsmen to meet the existing as well as future needs, through the vast networks of ITIs/ITCs in the various States/U.T.s in the country. The day to day administration of ITIs/ITCs under craftsmen Training Scheme was transferred to States/U.T.s. w.e.f. 1956 and financial control of Industrial Training Institutes/Centers in the states as well as U.T.s has been transferred from the first April, 1969 to the respective State Governments/U.T.s

  4. The objective of the setting up to ITIs/ITCs is to ensure a steady flow of skilled men power in the different trades for the industries. To raise the quality and quantity of Industrial Production by systematic training to needy youths and to reduce unemployment among the educated youths by equipping them for suitable Industrial employment in the states/U.T.s/Central Government as well as International Multinational Companies in the Country including overseas.

  5. The apprenticeship training is imparted under the Apprentices Act, 1961 in industrial establishments to school leavers and ITI graduates with the objective to prepare skilled workers for the industry.

  6. Two tripartite bodies the central Apprenticeship Council (a statutory body) and the National Council for Vocational (a non statutory body) advice the GOI on formulating policies and procedure as well as prescribing standards and norms for vocational training schemes. Both bodies have representatives from the central and state governments, employer’s organizations, workers organizations and vocational training experts. Correspondingly, State Councils advise the state governments in respect of vocational training at the state level. The National Council for Vocational Training Conducts All India Trade Tests (AITT).

  7. There is urgent need to create world class Semi/Skilled Graduates through ITIs/ITCs. Producing of skilled Men Power in our Country depends on the Quality of Training in ITIs/ITCs. Therefore the management of the UNITED TECHNICAL INSTITUTE (ITI) set up this Institute in 2008 by a group of professional dedicated for the upliftment of disadvantage/below poverty line youths of the society who are deprived of Quality of Vocational Training/Technical Education due to low availability of funds and poor educational back grounds of their family with the main objective to provide Multr Skilling Training on the pattern of Craftsmen Training Scheme (ITI) to interested & needy youths of the Segments of the society particularly of weak sector "educationally/Socio-economically" and finally assist to these youths/persons to be made self employed or get gainful/meaningful employment to lead their sustainable Quality of Life in the main stream of Nation.

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