Both the Industrial Training Centers (ITIs) and Industrial Training Centers (ITCs) are premier institutes in India that provide technical-know to the aspirants. With the objective of sourcing skilled manpower to industries, these institutions were founded. The ITIs and ITCs are governed by the Government of India and private organizations, respectively.
In the year 1950, in accordance with the Craftsmen Training Scheme, the technical training centers, which are considered as post-secondary schools, were instituted by the Directorate General of Employment & Training (DGET) that comes under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship of the Government of India.
Details of NCVT ITI
|Organization Name||National Council of Vocational Training|
|Name of the Exam||NCVT ITI All Semester Exam|
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|Official Website||www.ncvtmis.gov.in, www.apprenticeship.gov.in|
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Across India, there are around 14312 Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs); these include 2204 Government ones and 12108 private ones. The training institutes are affiliated to the National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT).
Both the ITIs and ITCs conduct similar courses, and the aspirants have a choice in engineering and non-engineering trades. Some trades that the candidates can choose from include computer hardware, electrician, industrial painter, fitter, mechanic, among others.
The eligibility of the varied trade courses differ. The ITI courses can be joined after completion of the 8th grade, 10th grade, 12th grade or so. Also, the duration of the programs ranges from 1 year to 3 years, depending on the choice of trade.
Upon completion of the trade courses, the students have to clear the All India Trade Test (AITT); the NCVT conducts the exams. Only after successfully completing the given exams, the pupils are granted the National Trade Certificate (NTC).
After completing the ITI courses, the aspirants can opt for practical training for 1-2 years in the given trade. Here again, they have to give the stipulated exams, as conducted by the NCVT, after the training period to avail the National Apprenticeship Certificate. The experience certificate is valid and recognized, irrespective of whether the student has passed out from any of the Government-run ITIs or privately-run ITCs in India.
NCVT ITI Result 2019
Every year, a considerable percentage of students appear for the ITI exams. The results for all the 4 semesters of the NCVT MIS exams are accessible from the NCVT’s official website, www.ncvtmis.gov.in. On a state-wise basis, the results are uploaded. To view the results, the candidates can browse the NCVT’s official website, and as per the respective state, enter the required details (such as roll number and admit card details), following which they can download their result.
You can, also, visit the website, www.ncvtitiresult.in, for all information regarding ITI admissions, exams, and result, concerning all the states in India.
Step to Check Result
For those candidates who have appeared for the ITI exams, for any of the semesters (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th), the results are displayed, state-wise, on the NCVT’s official website. After the results have been declared, to download the results, all you have to do is to browse NCVT’s official website and enter the required details.
|Step 1||You are instructed to open the official website- www.ncvtmis.gov.in|
|Step 2||Go to the verification section.|
|Step 3||You must click on the link – Marksheet Verification.|
|Step 4||Submit your credentials like Roll Number/Registration Number and Select Semester.|
|Step 5||After that your results will be shown and are ready to download and print.|