As per the name suggests, Industrial training centre’s/ industrial Training Institutes are set up in order to provide training to the concerned candidates in technical field.
Industrial Training Centre is privately run organizations whereas the industrial Training Institutes are government made organizations. They basically provide technical training for post-schools.
Avenue to ITIs/ITCs
The basic objective of industrial Training centre is to provide training to the interested candidate and provide there access to the industries for technical manpower.
These candidates are trained completely to attain basic skills to accomplish jobs of operator or a craftsman (say).
The course of ITCs is designed in way to impart basic skills in the trade specified.
After completion of the prescribed period of training the person who held under training for a specified period to complete the process of basic skill training shall become eligible to appear in AITT (All India Trade Test) conducted by NCVT (National Council Of Vocational Training). After passing AIT, the person is awarded National Trade Certificate (NTC”) in concerning trade by NCVT.
Eligibility for ITCs/ITIs
Normally a person who passed 10th standard (SSLC) is eligible for admission to ITI.
Options after ITI/ITC
After attaining qualification from ITI/ITC one can establish his own business for instance; own garage, motor/generator/transformers winding shops or fabrication shops depending upon trade opted. Also person can apply for government and private job depending upon the plan to work.
If one wants to enhance his qualification they he may go for higher studies after getting qualified from ITI/ITC also there are many specialized short terms courses offered by advanced Training Institute in order to enhance the skills.