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Vocational Education

INTRODUCTION

The Technical/Vocational Education and

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training  is multi-sectoral in nature.

The higher secondary vocationalisation

programme aims to develop skilled manpower through diversified courses to meet the requirements of mainly the unorganised sector and to prepare people for the world of work in general through a large number of self employment oriented courses, not precluding wage employment orientation of many courses. Through diversification into production and service oriented courses, it is desired to reduce the aimless pursuit of higher  and thereby reduce pressure from the tertiary education.

 ELIGIBILITY

Vocational Education in INDIA

Age limit

Students between 14 to 25 years of Age, relaxable upto 28 years for SC/ST, 45 years in case of ex-servicemen and 35 years for handicapped/widows and separated women.

Passed minimum admission qualifications laid down for the trade in which one intends admission. It varies from 8th to 12th Standard.

When & How to Apply


New sessions start from August every year. Advertisement for admission appears in Newspapers in June/July every year.

Prescribed forms and detailed prospectus available in each I.T.I at nominal cost, 10/15 days time for submission of application form is given. Separate application form for each trade and for each I.T.I is required.

Criteria for Admission

Strictly as per merit based on the percentage of marks obtained in the qualifying examination or higher examination from a recognised school/board/university for each category of trade.

Vocational Education at the First Degree Level

.A list of subjects is given below:

 

  • Functional Hindi
  • Functional Sanskrit
  • Communicative English
  • Archaeology and Museology
  • Principles and Practices of Insurance
  • Actuarial Science
  • Office Management and Secretarial Practices
  • Tax procedures and Practices
  • Foreign Trade Practices and Procedure
  • Tourist and Travel Management
  • Advertising, Sales Promotion (Sales Management)
  • Computer Application
  • Industrial Chemistry (Seven streams)
  • Food Sciences and Quality Control
  • Clinical Nutrition Dietitics
  • Industrial Microbiology
  • Bio-technology
  • Biological Tech. and Specimen Preparation
  • Seed Technology
  • Sericulture
  • Industrial Fishing and Fishery
  • Instrumentation
  • Optical Instrumentation
  • Geo-exploration and Drilling Technology
  • Mass Communication Videos Production
  • Still Photography Audio Products
  • Electronic Equipment Maintenance
  • Computer Maintenance
  • Electrical Equipment Maintenance
  • Environment and Water Management
  • Rural Technology
  • Automobile Maintenance
  • Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Maintenance
  • Construction Technology Management
  • Manufacturing Process

Vocational training programmes at entry level

Scope of vocational training

One set refers to the entry level and the other to the advanced level.

Programmes at the entry Level:

  • Typewriting (English/Hindi) VIII or X class pass from a board
  • Stenography (English/Hindi)
  • Secretarial ( English/Hindi Medium)
  • Electrical Technician VIII or V Class pass with 2 years experience in Electrical Trade
  • Electronics (Radio/TV/Tape Recorder Mechanic) X or VIII pass with two years experience in the trade.
  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (VIII pass)
  • Plumbing (VIII or V Class with experience)
  • Beauty Culture (VIII pass)
  • Library Assistant (VIII pass)
  • Cutting/Tailoring & Dress Making    (literate)

Vocational training programmes at post advanced level

At post advanced level, facilities have been created by the government for training in :

Instructional skill (Pedagogy),
Entrepreneurial skill (Business Services) and
Supervisory skills (Supervisory Techniques & Practices).

Women's Vocational Training Programmes

Under the Women's Vocational Training programmes, institutionalised skill training is being offered to women in basic, advanced & post-advanced skills.

The Women Target Group (for Regular Training) are :-

For Basic skill training (as under Craftsmen Training Scheme):- 14 to 25 years of age & Pass in 10th/12th class under 10+2 system, depending on the training area opted;


For Advanced skill training:-
women having National Trade Certificate (NCVT) in relevant trade (age up to 40 years);

for Post-advanced training:- women having Advanced Training certificate under Women's Vocational Training programme.

Short-term need-based courses conducted mostly from June to September every year.

Admission process

Admission process at for basic and advanced skill courses is available in the leading newspapers and also in Employment News.

1.Vocational Training Programme for women : StateSector
the vocational training is organised through a network of Women ITI/private women ITIs/Wings in General ITIs, which are directly under the administrative control of the respective State Governments.

Training facilities are being offered in 43 engineering & 24 non-engineering basic skill courses under the craftsmen training Scheme. Training seats sanctioned per unit of is limited to 16 seats and the Training programmes are scheduled as August- July.

Directorate General of Employment & Training, Ministry of Labour, lays down policies and standards of training, prepares curricula, conducts trade tests and awards certificates.

 

2.Vocational Training Programme for women - Central Sector:-
Institution Network:- The Women's Vocational Training Programme at Directorate General of Employment & Training, Ministry of Labour is implemented through a network of 11 Institutes - National Vocational Training Institute For Women & the Regional Vocational Training Institutes For Women (RVTI) .

 

Training areas:- The NVTI/RVTIs provide skill training at three levels :
Basic skill training - August to July;
Advanced skill training - October to May;
Post-advanced training - March, July & November

 

The Women's Vocational Training Programme at Directorate General of Employment & Training,

Ministry of Labour is implemented through a network of 11 Institutes -
National Vocational Training Institute (NVTI) for Women , Noida
Regional Vocational Training Institutes For Women (RVTI), Mumbai
Regional Vocational Training Institutes For Women (RVTI), Bangalore
Regional Vocational Training Institutes For Women (RVTI), Calcutta
Regional Vocational Training Institutes For Women (RVTI), Jaipur
Regional Vocational Training Institutes For Women (RVTI), Indore
Regional Vocational Training Institutes For Women (RVTI), Allahabad
Regional Vocational Training Institutes For Women (RVTI), Vadodara
Regional Vocational Training Institutes For Women (RVTI), Hissar
Regional Vocational Training Institutes For Women (RVTI), Tura
Regional Vocational Training Institutes For Women (RVTI), Thiruvanthapuram,