faridabad iti online form
In the year 1966, when Haryana came into being, there were 48 Govt. Industrial Training Institutes with seating capacity of 7156. Now, there are total 408 Govt. & Pvt. Industrial Training Institutes with 99148 sanctioned seats offering courses in 76 different trades. Quality of training in ITIs is being upgraded regularly by improvement in curriculum, training methodology and training of trainers through industry sector council at Govt. of India. New trades are also being introduced as per market demand.
The Department of Skill Development and Industrial Training, Haryana is imparting skill based training to the unemployed youth of state through the network of 166 Govt. Industrial Training Institutes (133 (Co-Ed.) GITIs and 33 GITIs for Women) and 242 Private ITIs under Craftsman Training Scheme. Engineering and Non- Engineering trade courses of one and two years duration are being run in these institutes. During current academic year 2018-19, 60544 sanctioned seats in 3540 trade units have been released for admission in GITIs and 38604 sanctioned seats in 2274 trade units have been released for admission in private ITIs. 72293 candidates admitted to Govt. & Pvt. ITIs in the session 2017-18. Admissions for session 2018-19 are in process.
Under NCVT trades, the pupils receive NCVT certificates upon completion of the vocational training courses. For SCVT trades, the students receive SCVT certificates after they complete the courses.
The NCVT serves as a national-level advisory body and issues directives on how the technical training programs are to be conducted. The SCVT works as per the NCVT instructions and implements the protocols at the state level.
Applications Closing Soon:
Haryana ITI 2020 Admission will be offered to eligible candidates. Selected & qualified candidates will get admission either in the first round of counselling or second. It will be mandatory to attend all rounds & fulfill all formalities for the admission.
The applicants should know that the fee is non-refundable in nature. Applicants can pay the registration fee through online mode such as Net Banking/Debit Card/Credit Card etc.
The candidates have to pay the prescribed application fee for participating in online counselling. The fee details are as under:
Tentative Dates for ITI Haryana Online Application Form 2020:
The Department of Skill Development and Industrial Training, Haryana is the conducting body for ITI admissions in the state. Currently, there are 409 ITIs in the state, including both govt and private institutes. The main purpose of the department is to impart skill-based training to the youth under Craftsman Training Scheme. Admissions are granted to 1-year and 2-year courses under CTS scheme.