When it comes to starting a professional career, graduating from the Industrial Training Institutes, or ITIs, is a plus. ITIs, which are run by the Indian government and fall under the Ministry of Labour’s jurisdiction, provide cost-effective technical training to aspirational youths.
Due to the lack of stringent educational criteria, any young person above the age of 18 is entitled to enroll in these institutions. These ITI courses are a wonderful chance for those who want to transfer from traditional education to practical-based technical training.
Industrial trade courses can last anywhere from one to three years, depending on the selected trade. The ITI aspirants have to do an internship in their trade or industry for a year or two to get the National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT) certificate.