ITI or Industrial Training Institute is a place where you can go and learn different technical subjects, which will help you to become a technician in various types of industries. ITI people are also known as the central workforce, which works in industries. These people will make sure that work will happen in the industries. But, What is the full form of ITI?
ITI full form stands for Industrial Training Institute, Also ITI full form in Hindi is “औद्योगिक प्रशिक्षण संस्थान”. You will call as tradesmen after completion of ITI. After completion of the course of ITI, you can join any industry as an apprentice, where you will learn the working of the industry and gain a tremendous amount of experience. Not only knowledge, but you will also earn money while going through training in those industries. You will get your stipend during your training process.
Admission requirement : –
8th Standard pass out(Few courses allow 8th pass)
10th Standard pass out
Age- 14 to 40 Years
Percentage- Minimum 35%
Any person who is 14 to 40 years old can join the ITI. Although you also required to have a minimum of 35% in your 10th standard. Few courses allow 8th standard pass out too. However, it advised joining ITI after the 10th standard.
By joining ITI, you can gain practical exposure to your favorite field at a very young age. ITI saw as a low-level place where people go to learn about being a tradesman by some people. However, it completely works.
Humans become an expert in a field in which they work from a very young age. After achieving the status of an expert, you can earn a very high amount of money.
The classic examples are Henry Ford. He was just a technician who creates a car company name Ford in the USA. He used his technical knowledge to create a 4 stroke engine and thus enabled his destiny to change.
So ITI is a great way to learn a skill and then become an expert in it.
Duration of ITI course
ITI course duration varies from 6 months to 2 years. Different courses have different time duration required. Courses which are complex and require more mastery over them requires more time compared to other courses which require less time.
However, the most extended duration courses have great chances of returning a high salary to Fresher, which can go up to 180,000 Rupee per annum in India only.
Courses in ITI
- Draughtsman Mechanical
- Draughtsman Civil
- Diesel Mechanic
- Electronic Mechanic
- Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
- Information Technology
- Instrument mechanic
- Tool and Die maker
- Motor Mechanic
- Cutting and sewing
- Hair and Skincare
- Hospital House Keeping
- Lift and Escalator Mechanic
- Mechanic Marine Diesel
- Mechanic Radio and Television
After seeing these courses, we can easily say that these fields are vast. These fields will be going to serve humankind for a very long time for sure. This will ensure that ITI graduates will have a chance to learn more about their respective subjects and become expert in it.
This will open up new domains for ITI graduates. After getting enough experience, they can work in foreign where they can earn up to 900,000 Rs. Per annum.
Now only that, after getting enough expertise in their field, ITI graduates can open up their ventures or businesses, which can open new paths for money, which can be huge thanks to their experience.
Future after graduating from ITI-
Salary Expected- up to 180,000 Rs. Per annum for Fresher.
Apprenticeship in Private Companies
Apprenticeship in Government organization
Diploma in Desired Field
The graduate gave multiple options after ITI. A Graduate can take any opportunity which we have mentioned above.
ITI is an excellent tool if used correctly. It could open up new domains for a candidate if he/she utilized it successfully.
Q&A on ITI
Q1. What is the full form of ITI
Ans.1. ITI full form – Industrial Training Institute, Also ITI full form in Hindi is “औद्योगिक प्रशिक्षण संस्थान”.
Written by-Aditya Soni
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