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ITI Courses After 10th

by College Disha Top Courses in India 2019 - After 10th/12th


After passing your 10th standard, many students opt for courses that are job oriented and which can help them gain professional experience. There are many students who are confused about selecting the choice of ITI courses after 10th standard. ITI ( INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE) is one of the best course available for students who want to do job at an early age and achieve professionals skills in a short period of time.


If you think that industrial work and small scale business is your thing, then you are going for the right course. Opting for ITI course after


10th standard can help you in getting satisfactory and worthy jobs after the completion of the course. ITI course can be pursued by those students who want to start earning at an early age. This course is no less beneficial than other courses. ITI offers variance of programmes in different fields related to engineering and non engineering. The main motive of ITI is to provide vocational and industrial training to students to develop the skilled workforce of candidates.


Most of the ITI’S are government running which are constituted under  Directorate General of Employment & Training (DGET), Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Union Government to provide training in various trades. There are hundreds of trades that can be pursued in the field of ITI after 10th . We are mentioning some of the few important trades.



Types of ITI Courses


Engineering Related Courses - The main concept of this trade deals with concepts of mathematics, science and technical methodologies. Those who want to pursue technical education can avail these courses.


Non Engineering Related Courses -  The main concept of this trade deals with the concepts of computers, languages and soft skills and specific knowledge. These courses are non technical in nature.




Course name

Trade

Time Duration

Tool & Die Maker Engineering

Engineering

3 years

Draughtsman (Mechanical) Engineering

Engineering

2 years

Diesel Mechanic Engineering

Engineering

1 year

Draughtsman (Civil) Engineering

Engineering

2 years

Pump Operator

Engineering

1 year

Fitter Engineering

Engineering

2 years

Motor Driving-cum-Mechanic Engineering

Engineering

1 year

Turner Engineering

Engineering

2 years

Dress Making

Non-engineering

1 year

Manufacture Footwear

Non-engineering

1 year

Information Technology & E.S.M. Engineering

Engineering

2 years

Secretarial Practice

Non-engineering

1 year

Machinist Engineering

Engineering

1 year

Hair & Skin Care

Non-engineering

1 year

Refrigeration Engineering

Engineering

2 years

Fruit & Vegetable Processing

Non-engineering

1 year

Mech. Instrument Engineering

Engineering

2 years

Bleaching & Dyeing Calico Print

Non-engineering

1 year

Electrician Engineering

Engineering

2 years

Letterpress Machine Mender

Non-engineering

1 year

Commercial Art

Non-engineering

1 year

Leather Goods Maker

Non-engineering

1 year

Mechanic Motor Vehicle Engineering

Engineering

2 years

Hand Compositor

Non-engineering

1 year

Mechanic Radio & T.V. Engineering

Engineering

2 years

Mechanic Electronics Engineering

Engineering

2 years

Surveyor Engineering

Engineering

2 years

Foundry Man Engineering

Engineering

1 year

Sheet Metal Worker Engineering

Engineering

1 year


Admission Process


The admission of process of ITI can vary from one state to other. If you want to enroll for a institute accredited by  National Council on Vocational Training (NCVT), you can be selected on merit basis. However you can take direct admission in private institutes. Students who have passed out from any recognised state or central board can apply for this course.  


Fee Structure


The fee structure of ITI courses are extremely low and affordable.


For students who are opting for engineering trades may have to pay a sum of amount ranging between 1000 - 9000 INR ( INDIAN RUPEES ).  


For students who are pursuing non engineering trades in ITI may have to pay an amount ranging from 300 - 700 INR  ( INDIAN RUPEES ).



Admission Dates For  ITI 2019


ITI admissions in almost every state of India commences in the month or April or May every year. We are providing a general schedule of ITI Admissions 2019 .

Event

Date

Commencement of online/ offline application process for ITI courses

March/ April/ May 2019

Deadline to submit online/ offline applications for ITI courses

June 2019

Admission process for ITI courses

June or July 2019

Commencement of classes for ITI courses

July or August 2019



Summary - The main motive of ITI courses is to develop professional skilled workforce. The main advantage of these courses are their diversity in various fields. These courses can be attained after 8th, 10th and 12th. To know more details about ITI course, visit our portal college disha where you will be provided detailed description of ITI courses.   


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