Pt. Ramadhar J.Tiwari College of Polytechnic

Course option after ITI

Career Options After Completing ITI Courses

After completing their secondary or higher secondary education, many students choose to participate in various ITI courses or training programs to expand their employment prospects in a variety of industries. However, the potential of a job after ITI is something that every aspiring student considers.

With the advancement of technology, technical skills are just as vital as academic degrees in obtaining better jobs for young people. Institutes that provide ITI courses also emphasize equipping students with skill sets that would enable them to be more productive and employable in a variety of government and business industries. As a result, students who have completed various courses at Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) across India have job opportunities.

Industrial training institutes, or ITIs, were established to give professional training to Indian students. The Directorate General of Employment and Training, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, and the Union Government are in charge of these institutes.

The fundamental goal of these colleges is to help India produce a trained workforce. Many ITIs, both public and private, are located throughout India and provide professional training to students. After completing the courses offered by ITIs, students are awarded the National Trade Certificate (NTC).

The major goal of ITIs is to prepare students for jobs by providing technical training to students in grades eight through twelve. When a student has finished his or her course, after ITI, there are numerous options for pursuing a career.

ITI courses have proven to be quite popular among rural students since they provide skill development training in both engineering and non-engineering trades. Because all government and private sectors require work professionals and manpower, ITI courses are also quite popular. We must not forget that our Indian Railways are the world’s largest employer. Our railway department, which is central government employment, selects a large number of its pass out students in various trades every year, making its courses more popular among students.

 

lang.