Department of Labour | Department  of  Factories and Boilers  | Directorate of ESIS(M) Services  

Government of Karnataka

Directorate of Employment & Training




                 There are 280 recognized private ITIís in the State. They are also affiliated to NCVT , New Delhi, through the State Directorate. The list of the recognized ITIís and the sanctioned intake in each appropriate trade is available in the Head Office (Bangalore) and Divisional Offices (located at Bangalore, Gulbarga, Hubli and Mysore). The candidates are required to ensure that the ITI/Trade to which they seek admission has been affiliated to NCVT so as to avoid disqualification for admission to All India Trade Tests at the end of their training. Trainees of private ITIís are not paid stipend or scholarship and are not entitled to any other financial assistance that are extended to Govt. ITI trainees.

                 The Department under the aeiges of NCVT, New Delhi, carries out All India Trade Test to all the eligible trainees of Govt. as well as Pvt. ITIís and awards National Trade Certificates (NTC) to the successful trainees.

 Starting of ITIís by Private Organizations:

                 ITIís may be started only by registered, well-established private organizations after making all the necessary arrangements for staff, building (class rooms and workshops etc.,) and equipment as per the norms prescribed by NCVT. No provisional permission is granted for starting the ITIís. They are required to seek and obtain permanent affiliation of NCVT before the candidates are admitted to the proposed ITI.

                The application for affiliation and standards and norms are provided in Annexure III of Appendix XIX of the Training Manual for ITIís/ITCís prescribed by the DGE&T, New Delhi.

 When to apply?

                 Notification inviting application for the affiliation of ITIís is normally published in the month of August/Sept. The last date for receiving the completed applications along with a non-refundable affiliation fee of RS.10,000/-per unit is 31st of Dec. Late applications will however be received upto 10th Jan. with a penal fee of RS.100/-.

 How is affiliation granted?

                 After the scrutiny of application, the Department will arrange to get the proposed ITI inspected by the Standing Committee for affiliation during May, June & July. The reports of the Standing Committee will be sent to DGE&T. The concerned ITI will be permitted to admit the candidates and conduct the training programmes as per NCVT standards and norms, on the basis of the recommendations of the Standing Committee and approval by the DGE&T, New Delhi.

 Inspection of private ITIís:

                 All the ITIís (including Private ITIís) are periodically inspected by the officers of the Department to ensure that the standard and quality of training is maintained. Each affiliated ITI is required to pay an amount of RS.500/- as inspection fee per year to the State Directorate. For more details, the office of the Directorate in Bangalore may be contacted.  In addition to the above said inspection, every year, joint inspections of ITIís by the Government of India representatives and Departmnet of Employment & Training representatives are being carried out.

 Grant-in-aid to Private ITIís:-

                 As per Govt. Order No: LD 45 ETI 91 Dt: 15-11-97, eligible staff of Pvt. ITIís as per Grant-in-aid code have been sanctioned 75% of salary grants w.e.f. 1-11-1997.  As on 21-7-2001, 1299 staff of 114 ITIís are availing this benefit.  There is no Govt. quota in such aided ITIís in the admission.  However the admission is made to the aided units as per Govt. roster system as is done in Govt. ITIís except for 20% reservation under SCP.


Vertical Reservation:

















Horizontal Reservation:

                 Women                         :          33 1/3 %

              PH                               :          3%

              Ex-Servicemen               :          2%  

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