What are ITI Courses?
ITIs or Industrial Training Institutes are usually organisations or training centres that provide courses to students seeking easy employment just after completing school. These Vocational centres train students in performing certain tasks to enable them to get a job by the end of the course duration. These courses can be technical as well as non-technical and students can pick one according to their preferences.
ITI Course Benefits
Not everyone has to be a doctor or engineer in the world to survive. If you plan to be a mechanic or a technician, there is no need to pursue a diploma or a complete degree. ITI courses are specially designed for these purposes, have a look at the benefits of ITI Courses:
- Easy Employment
- Early Job settlement
- No Need to Study a Regular Degree of 3 Years
- ITI Courses can be Studied after 8th, 10th and 12th Standard.
ITI Courses Eligibility Criteria
Getting admission to any course depends on you clearing its eligibility criteria. If you fail to meet the eligibility conditions set by the institute for the course, you will not be considered for admission to the program. Given below are some basic eligibility criteria for ITI courses that you must qualify. Apart from these, the institute from which you seek to pursue the course might have some other set of conditions as well. You must check out the detailed prerequisites of the course at the institute before applying for admission.
- You must have cleared class 10th/ class 8th in the regular mode.
- The school from which you complete your degree must come under a recognised board of education.
- It is mandatory for you to have received passing marks in all the exams that you have in class 10th/ class 8th.
- Depending upon the choice of ITI course in which you seek admission, you must compulsorily have some subjects at the class 10th/ class 8th level.
ITI Courses Admission Process
The admission process for ITI courses in India varies from state to state. Some states conduct a centralized admission process for ITI courses, and the selection of candidates will be based on merit i.e., marks scored in Class 10th exams.
ITI Course Exam and Certification
- On the completion of the classwork, candidates have to appear for the AITT (All India Trade Test) that is organized by NCVT(National Council for Vocational Training).
Once the candidates pass the AITT, candidates will be awarded a National Trade Certificate that will enable them to practice different courses.