A List of ITI Courses After 8th, 10th and 12th Class
ITI Courses

A List of ITI Courses After 8th, 10th and 12th Class

Every student dreams of pursuing a good course and getting a good job. This is because by a good job or profession a person can achieve most of the things they want in life. These days everything comes with money therefore it becomes even more crucial to choose the right path in life. But many students remain confused to choose a course or path to make their professional career in. There are many such students who want to do a good job oriented course in a short period of time. So in this article, we are going to talk about such courses only.

Here are we are going to discuss some ITI courses that a student can pursue. All the ITI courses are less time consuming therefore students can complete them within a couple of years. And when we say that students can complete these courses in a shorter period of time then it doesn’t mean they are not job oriented. Students can get good jobs and they can even start their own enterprise after doing ITI courses. Because ITI courses are mainly focused on providing students with skills in their respective fields. So that they can be industry ready for their employers.

In this article, we will discuss all the important things related to ITI courses. We will first start with the basics such as what is ITI so that you can get some basic information about its vision and mission. Then we will move to the list of some of the best courses that this organization offers. We will also discuss the process to get into the ITI institutes to pursue these courses, the scope of the courses provided by them, and opportunities. So make sure to read this article till the end as it going to be very informative.

What is ITI?

Before jumping on the list of courses let’s gather some basic information regarding these ITIs. So the full form of ITI is Industrial Training Institutes. There are various government and private ITIs all over India that provide industrial training in various trades. The government-run ITIs comes under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. ITI was established in the year 1950 for skill development among students so that they can become industry-ready. Most of the students take admission in these ITI courses after completing their 10th. Whereas aspirants are also allowed to take admission in some ITI courses after passing 8th standard as well.

Now if we look at the courses offered by ITI then these courses can be classified into two categories. First, there are engineering courses and second, there are non-engineering courses. Engineering courses are those which provide some type of technical knowledge and non-engineering courses are those which provide training in trades such as soft skills, language, etc. ITIs mainly focuses on imparting skills to the students to increase their employability to work in their respective fields.

(a)Admission Process 

The admission process in ITI institutes is generally simple and not very hard. Most of such institutes give admission to the students on the basis of merit. They conduct a written examination to make a merit list and then select students for admission. This process is generally followed in all the government ITIs. Whereas some private institutes can also have a direct method to give admission. For this, you should visit your preferred institutes to collect the correct knowledge on it.

(b) Duration

This point is very important for all the students who choose ITI courses over any other professional degree. Because the duration of these courses somewhere varies between 6 months to 2 years. Since a student can complete these courses in a shorter time period and secure a good job, therefore many choose to study in ITIs. The exact duration depends upon the trade you choose for training in.

(c) Eligibility Criteria

To get admission in these institutes the candidate first has to fulfill some eligibility criteria. Although these criteria are not very hard still you should keep them in mind. So firstly the candidate should pass 10th class from a recognized board with a minimum of 35 percent aggregation. Because most of the courses in these institutes accept the students after they pass the 10th class. Apart from these educational criteria the age of the candidate should be between 14 and 40 years. Some institutes also have their own conditions to give admission, therefore, you should check out the eligibility criteria for your preferred institute before applying.

(d) Why People Choose ITI Courses Over Regular Degree?

There are several reasons due to which students choose to pursue these ITI courses over a regular degree. The first reason is that any ITI course can be completed within a maximum of 2 years of duration, whereas a regular degree requires a minimum of 3 years to complete. The second reason is that students can get a job early in their career be because they can start pursuing ITI courses straight after 10th class and even 8th class (in some courses).

ITI Courses

Now since we have discussed all the basic things regarding the ITI and its courses so it’s time to look at some courses offered at these institutes. We will try to make a list of all the major courses offered there. But still, every institute may have different courses.

ITI Courses After 8th Class

  1. Wireman Engineering
  2. Pattern Maker Engineering
  3. Plumber Engineering
  4. Welder (Gas & Electric) Engineering
  5. Book Binder
  6. Carpenter Engineering
  7. Embroidery & Needle Worker
  8. Mechanic Tractor
  9. Weaving of Fancy Fabric
  10. Cutting & Sewing

ITI Courses After 10th Class

  1. Tool & Die Maker Engineering
  2. Diesel Mechanic Engineering
  3. Foundry Man Engineering
  4. Draughtsman (Civil) Engineering
  5. Pump Operator
  6. Machinist Engineering
  7. Fitter Engineering
  8. Motor Driving-cum-Mechanic Engineering
  9. Turner Engineering
  10. Letter Press Machine Minder
  11. Information Technology & E.S.M. Engineering
  12. Secretarial Practice
  13. Hand Compositor
  14. Hair & Skin Care
  15. Refrigeration Engineering
  16. Fruit & Vegetable Processing
  17. Mech. Instrument Engineering
  18. Bleaching & Dyeing Calico Print
  19. Dress Making
  20. Electrician Engineering
  21. Commercial Art
  22. Leather Goods Maker
  23. Manufacture Foot Wear
  24. Mechanic Radio & T.V. Engineering
  25. Mechanic Electronics Engineering
  26. Mechanic Motor Vehicle Engineering
  27. Surveyor Engineering
  28. Sheet Metal Worker Engineering
  29. Draughtsman (Mechanical) Engineering

ITI Courses After 12th

  1. Instrument Mechanic
  2. Radiology Technician
  3. Insurance Agent
  4. Computer Hardware and Networking
  5. Catering and Hospitality Assistant
  6. Gold Smith
  7. Interior Decoration and Designing
  8. Plastic Processing Operator
  9. Mason
  10. Architectural Draughtsmanship
  11. Computer Operator and Programming Assistant
  12. Craftsman Food Production
  13. Marine Fitter
  14. Basic Cosmetology
  15. Mechanic Agricultural Machinery
  16. Health Safety and Environment
  17. Multimedia Animation and Special Effects
  18. Computer Operator & Programming Assistant (COPA)
  19. Stenography English
  20. Stenography Hindi
  21. Surveyor
  22. Library and Information Science
  23. Crèche Management
  24. Architectural Assistant
  25. Desktop Publishing Operator
  26. Mechanic Lens or Prism Grinding
  27. Dental Laboratory Equipment Technician
  28. Health and Sanitary Inspector

These are only a few of those many courses available at various ITIs.

Final Words

ITI courses are a great option if you want to start working early in your career. Some of these courses are also good to gather knowledge to start a small scale business initially. So that was all for this article if you like this article make sure to share it with your friends.

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