Everything You Need To Know About Industrial Training Institute – What Is The Full Form Of ITI?

The Industrial Training Institutes, which stands for ITI, is a post-secondary school in India that is constituted under the Directorate General of Training (DGT), Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Union Government.

What is the full form of ITI? 

A lot of people ask the question “what is the full form of ITI”? For those who do not know, ITI means Industrial Training Institute. 

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List Of Engineering And Non-Engineering Courses In ITI

Electrician-2 years

 

Fitter- 2 years

 

Mechanical- 2 years

 

Surveyor- 2 years

 

IT- 2 years

 

Tool & Die Maker Engineering-3 years

 

Draughtsman (Mechanical) Engineering-2 years

 

Diesel Mechanic Engineering-1 year

 

Pump Operator-1 year

 

Motor Driving-cum-Mechanic Engineering-1 year

 

Turner Engineering-2 year

 

Draughtsman (Civil) Engineering-2 year

 

Dress Making-1 year

 

Manufacture Foot Wear-1 year

 

Information Technology & E.S.M. Engineering-2 year

 

Secretarial Practice-1 year

 

Machinist Engineering-1 year

 

Hair & Skin Care-1 year

 

Refrigeration Engineering-2 year

 

Fruit & Vegetable Processing-1 year

 

Mech. Instrument Engineering-2 year

 

Bleaching & Dyeing Calico Print-1 year

 

Vessel Navigator

 

Wireman

 

Cabin or Room Attendant

 

Computer-Aided Embroidery And Designing

 

Corporate House Keeping

 

Counselling Skills

 

Creche Management

 

Driver Cum Mechanic (Light Motor Vehicle)

 

Data Entry Operator

 

Domestic House Keeping

 

Event Management Assistant

 

Firemen

 

Front Office Assistant

 

Hospital Waste Management

 

Institution House Keeping

 

Insurance Agent

 

Weaving Technician

 

Library & Information Science

 

Medical Transcription

 

Network Technician

 

Old Age Care Assistant

 

Para Legal Assistant or Munshi

 

Preparatory School Management (Assistant)

 

Spa Therapy

 

Tourist Guide

 

Baker & Confectioner

 

Web Designing and Computer Graphics Cane Willow and Bamboo Worker
Catering and Hospitality Assistant

 

Computer Operator and Programming Assistant

 

Craftsman Food Production (General)

 

Craftsman Food Production (Vegetarian)

 

Cutting and Sewing

 

Desktop Publishing Operator

 

Digital Photographer

 

Dress Making

 

Surface Ornamentation Techniques (Embroidery)

 

Fashion Design and Technology

 

Finance Executive

 

Fire Technology

 

Floriculture and Landscaping

 

Footwear Maker

 

Basic Cosmetology

 

Health Safety and Environment

 

Health Sanitary Inspector

 

Horticulture

 

Hospital House Keeping

 

Human Resource Executive

 

Leather Goods Maker

 

Litho Offset Machine Minder

 

Marketing Executive

 

Multimedia Animation and Special Effects

 

Office Assistant cum Computer Operator

 

Plate Maker cum Impostor

 

Preservation of Fruits and Vegetables

 

Process Cameraman

 

Secretarial Practice (English)

 

Photographer

 

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Number of ITI Colleges in India

In India, the Indian government operates several governmental and private ITI institutes.

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Here are the total number of ITI colleges in India (both private and government run):

  • Number of ITI for CTS Training – 15,042
  • Government ITIs – 2738
  • Private ITIs – 12,304
  • Number of courses offered by ITIs – 126

 

Top ITI Colleges Across India

Government ITI Patiala

 

Industrial Training Institute Delhi

 

Malwa Industrial Training Centre

 

Baba Kharak Singh Baba Darshan Singh ITI

 

Sandipani Private ITI. Bilaspur

 

Government ITI, Narshipatanam
Government industrial training Institute, Nagapattinam

 

Buddha ITI, Gaya

 

Women’s Industrial Training Institute, Ahmednagar

 

Srimati Techno Institute, Kolkata

 

Raghukul private Training Institute, Jaipur

 

Shivalik ITC, Yamuna Nagar

 

Industrial Training Institute, Bhavnagar

 

Government Industrial Training Institute, Jind

 

 

Top ITI Courses In India

Electrician

 

Fitter

 

Carpenter

 

Foundry Man

 

Book Binder

 

Plumber

 

Pattern Maker

 

Mason Building Constructor

 

Advanced Welding

 

Wireman

 

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