Industrial Training Institutes, popularly known as ITI has been set up with the aim of providing students of India the vocational training. It works with a plan to develop the workforce in India. All the strategy, rules, and creating police of ITIs are done by Directorate General of Employment and Training, the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.
After the completion of ITI courses candidates can appear for All India Trade Test which consists of practical as well as a written exam, after the candidate is successful in this particular exam they are awarded National Trade Certificate.
ITI admission and industrial training centers are post-secondary schools in India that work under DGET. Admission to various courses is done every year in August. The time period of any ITI course varies from six months to two years.
There are around 14312 Industrial Training Institutes functioning in a country in which 2204 are government and rest 12108 are private ITIs affiliated with the National Council of Vocational Training. The Directorate General of Training under MSDE has been working incessantly and doing labor to perk up the quality of training every ITIs institutes.
The students who want to pursue the ITI course have to be 8th, 10th, or 12th pass out from the recognized institute. ITI admission is not analogous across all the states in India; it varies from state to state. High-quality institutes rely on the merit-based admission process. Institutes conduct their written test to select praiseworthy candidates. Some private institutions take direct admission.