Learn about the ITI courses, why it is important for government jobs

Nowadays ITI courses become cheap and best for every level of students. This is ways, and  why it is important for government jobs as well as other sectors.
Are you a pass out student of high school and interested to find out the best job oriented courses as your next choice then ITI Course is one of best course for your dream. In this page we will learn complete Information about ITI Courses

Details of Eligibility for ITI Courses

Admission Process for ITI Courses

Course Duration

Course fee

List of Courses in ITI

Certificate of Excellence

Steps for ITI Passed Students

Careers after ITI

Let’s know about this ITI course.

ITI Course Full Information

ITI’s Full form of ITI is the Industrial Training Institute. The ITI course is specially designed for those who cannot clear the High Level Entrance or are unable to pay high-fee engineering degrees or whose qualifications are low

Details eligibility for ITI Courses?

The eligibility criteria for ITI (Industrial Training Institute) courses may vary depending on the specific course a However, here are some general eligibility requirements commonly associated with ITI courses:
Interested Students can take admission in ITI courses from 8th, 10th and 12th or equivent. 
Age range: 14 to 40 years
Should be the citizen of india

Admission Process

For admission in ITI courses, You can buy the a\pplication form from every ITI institution. you will have to fill up the form which is available on institution and submit it in July every year(refer to notification). Your admission will be on Merit basis of your qualification. Some institution provides first come basis or common entrance examinations

Course Duration

It is 2 years for maximm courses but the duration of some courses are 6 months to 18 months also.

Course fee

If you get admission in Government College then no fees will be required, but if you want to do it in private college, you will have to pay according to the college.
Before choosing a trade, keep a special focus
There are different types of trade in this course. You can choose your trade  according to your own interest, choose any one trade and get your ITI diploma. One thing special to note is that not all trades are in all ITI institutions. 
You will need to know before getting admission, which trade will be best for you to get admission in ITI courses.

List of Courses in ITI (Engineering Trades)

  • Electrician.
  • Wireman.
  • Mechanic
  • Motor Vehicle.
  • Tool & Die Maker. Turner.
  • Information Technology & E.S.M. Machinist.
  • Refrigeration & Air Condition.
  • Draughtsman (Civil).
  • Draughtsman (Mechanical).
  • Fitter, Instrument Mechanic.
  • Mechanic Radio & T.V
Certificate of Excellence
Basically, Most of companies hire person whose certificates are recognized by following organization
NCVT (National Council for Vocational Training)\SCVT (State Council for Vocational Training),

Next Steps for ITI passed students.

A large number of opportunities avilable after ITI. Some of these as given below:

Apprenticeship Training Scheme in government or private organisation
Lateral Entry to Polytechnic Diploma Engineering
Preparation of competitive exams
After doing an ITI diploma, the biggest question is where we can get a job. after you have done the ITI diploma, many job options will open in front of you. Many government institutions provide vacancies for ITI holder. After this course you can easily get on government jobs as well.
Government Sector
Private Jobs
Polytechnic lecturer

Pros and Cons of ITI courses


  • Practical skills for real jobs
  • Short course duration (6 months to 2 years)
  • Affordable compared to traditional college
  • Industry-focused curriculum
  • Increased employability
  • Opportunities for apprenticeships
  • Potential for starting one’s business


  • Limited theoretical knowledge
  • Fewer career options within a specific trade
  • Lower initial pay compared to higher education
  • Limited job opportunities in certain regions
  • Limited career advancement without further education or experience
  • Possible age restrictions for some ITI courses
“In short, ITI courses provide practical or theory, industry-specific skills and offering diverse career opportunities, including employment, apprenticeships, government jobs, entrepreneurship, and further education.

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