Faq

Question: What is the criterion for admission in I.T.I.?
Ans: Merit is the alone criterion for Admission. Merit list based on prescribed Minimum Educational Qualification is made and admissions are given strictly according to merit only.

Question: Does it make any difference from which Institute I have passed?
Ans: Whether you get training in Govt. ITI or Pvt. ITI, Both of them train student and after completing training student has to appear in All India Trade test of craftsman under Craftsmen Training Scheme. Certificate issued to both ITI students are same. Certificate issued to pass trainees is called NTC (NATIONAL TRADE CERTIFICATE)

Question: Does trainee passed from Pvt. ITI is also eligible for govt.  jobs?
Ans: The Govt. ITI and Pvt. ITI both get affiliation from NCVT, Government of India. National Trade Certificate is issued by NCVT (National Council for Vocational Training). Certificates issued by NCVT are recognized for Govt/private jobs in India & Abroad.

Question: Is there any provision for Part-time ITI?
Ans: No any provision part-time ITI Courses.

Question: What is the age limit for getting admission in ITI?
Ans: Minimum 14 years age of candidate on the date of Admission.

Question: What is the minimum Qualification for admission in ITI.
Ans: Minimum Qualification of Admission in ITI depending on courses. But Maximum courses are required for a 10th class pass.

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