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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.
ITI Haryana Admissions 2020: ITI Haryana 2020 enrollment has begun on 2nd August 2020. Department of Industrial Training (DIT), Haryana will be establishing a committee to plan and manage the admission process for the eligible candidates, to get admissions in ITI courses offered by the Government of Haryana.
- Candidate should have qualified Class 8 from the primary school in order to apply.
- Candidates should also have completed the HSC exam from a recognized board or university in order to get admission in the ITI Institute of Haryana.
- Candidates should be above the age of 14 years at the time of admission.
- Candidates who belong to reserved category have some relaxation in the upper age limit.
Step 6: Now download the Haryana NCVT & SCVT ITI Result PDF File and view your result.
Step 5: Click on the required link for which you want to view the result.
Apply Here: Candidates can fill the ITI Haryana Online Application Form 2020 as per schedule from itiharyana.gov.in
After merit list publication, counselling process will be done. In order to take part in the counselling process, Candidates have to fill the registration form and submit all the required documents given in the prospectus within the given time frame. Incomplete form in any aspect or without requisite fee and documents, will not be considered for admission.
In India, a large percentage of youngsters are more interested in gaining technical expertise, as compared to continuing school studies. Thus, the Union Government of India, in accordance with the Craftsmen Scheme, during the 1950s, set up several technical training centers to cater to the demand for technical education.
At the national level and state level, the National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT) and State Council of Vocational Training (SCVT) respectively, are responsible for conducting the varied trade programs. The NCVT lays down the guidelines; and the SCVT implements the same.