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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.
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Studnets if you face any trouble for downloading the Haryana NCVT ITI & SCVT ITI Result, you may follow given below mention steps or links, with the help of you can easily get their scorecard.
Haryana ITI NCVT & SCVT Result 2019-2020: Skill Development & Industrial Training Department Government of Haryana is all set to announce the ITI 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Sem Result online at www.itiharyana.gov.in. The Examination authority is going to release the Haryana NCVT & SCVI ITI Exam Result in upcoming days. Students who have applied ITI exam in various trades can check their HR SCVT Exam Result with the help of name and exam roll number wise.
Fee structure for private colleges
Age: The candidates must have a minimum age of 14 years to apply.
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Education Qualification: It varies from course to course. Some courses require you to be class 10th passed while others require you to be class 12th passed. Candidates can check the detailed eligibility from the below:
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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.