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ITI Full Form – What Is The Full Form Of ITI

ITI full form is Industrial Training Institute.  ITI means a institute that provides you industrial training. All those institutions which follow the policies, standards and procedures of DGT and run vocational or technical training programmers in their institutes are called ITI i.e. Industrial Training Institute.

The aim of all Industrial Training Institutes i.e. ITIS is to provide such vocational or technical training to students in their institute so that students can complete their course and work in different industrial fields. You will find many such institutes in every city with the name IT and those institutes will be trained in various industries like Mechanical, Electronics, Information Technologies, Fabrication, Automobile, Diesel Mechanics, Lift Mechanics, Computer Software, Electrical, Plumbing, Wire man etc.

Duration Of ITI Courses

There are many courses in ITI. Duration of each course is different like some courses are of 6 months, some 1 year, some 2 years apart.

Eligibility Criteria For ITI Courses

  • The Candidate should have passed 10th standard from a recognized board. Or any other examination recognized as 10th standard.
  • The candidate should have secured at least 35% aggregate.
  • The candidate’s age must be between 14 to 40 years at the time of admission.

Procedure To Get Admission

At present time there are more than 12,000 ITI institutes in the country, out of which about 2400 institutes are under the Central and State Governments and around 9600 private institutes have been authorized by DGT.

Now if you take admission for ITI course in a private institute, then you get direct admission in most private institute but if you wanna get admission in government institute then you have to give endurance exam first.

ITI entrance exams happen every year in August month and entrance exam in some ITI institute takes place in April and August, so keep checking your state’s ITI website regularly from April month and apply for admission as soon as notice is received.

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