ITI Admission

ITI Admission, Industrial Training Institutes and Industrial Training Centers are post-secondary schools in India constituted under Directorate General of Employment & Training (DGET). Admission to the various trade is done every year in the month of August. Training periods range from six months to two years in over 130 different specialties. Prerequisites for the courses range from 8th to 12th class pass. Upon completion of the training, trainees write the All India Trade Test (AITT). Successful candidates receive the National Trade Certificate (NTC).

ITI  Details
Andaman and Nicobar Islands ITI Admission Click Here
Andhra Pradesh ITI Admission Click Here
Arunachal Pradesh ITI Admission Click Here
Assam ITI Admission Click Here
Bihar ITI Admission [ITICAT] Click Here
Chhattisgarh ITI Admission Click Here
Chandigarh ITI Admission Click Here
Dadar and Nagar Haveli ITI Admission Click Here
Daman and Diu ITI Admission Click Here
Delhi ITI Admission Click Here
Goa ITI Admission Click Here
Gujarat ITI Admission Click Here
Haryana ITI Admission Click Here
Himachal Pradesh ITI Admission Click Here
Jharkhand ITI Admission Click Here
Karnataka ITI Admission Click Here
Kerala ITI Admission Click Here
Lakshadweep ITI Admission Click Here
Madhya Pradesh ITI Admission Click Here
Maharashtra ITI Admission Click Here
Manipur ITI Admission Click Here
Orissa ITI Admission Click Here
Punjab ITI Admission Click Here
Pondicherry ITI Admission Click Here
Rajasthan ITI Admission Click Here
Tamil Nadu ITI Admission Click Here
Telangana ITI Admission Click Here
Tripura ITI Admission Click Here
Uttarakhand ITI Admission Click Here
Uttar Pradesh ITI Admission Click Here
West Bengal ITI Admission Click Here

There are 14312 Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) functioning in the country(2204 Government and 12108 Private ITIs), affiliated with National Council of Vocational Training. The details of State/UT-wise Government and Private ITIs. Directorate General of Training(DGT) under Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship(MSDE), has been making continuous efforts, to improve the quality of training in these existing Institutes and in new institutes as well. The steps being were taken in this regard include:

  • Prescribing new Affiliation Norms for ITIs for quality training.
  • Regular inspection of ITIs and de-affiliation of ITIs to weed out ITIs not conforming to the NCVT norms & standards.
  • ISO 29990 Certification of ITIs to raise the overall quality and standards.
  •  Grading of ITIs to evaluate their performance.
  • Introduction of new trades & removal of obsolete trades for industry relevance.
  • Regular up-gradation of training content of ITI curriculum as per industrial requirement.
  • Aligning the course of CTS to National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF).
  • Implementation of ‘Dual System of Training’ in ITIs leading to better ITI – Industry linkage.
  • Training and re-training of ITI Instructors.

Colleges & University Admission Entrance Exams