Graduating from the Industrial Training Institutes, or ITIs is a feather in your cap when looking to start a professional career. Constituted by the Government of India under the purview of the Ministry of Labour, ITIs offer cost-effective technical training programs to the aspiring youths that also meet the increasing demand of skilled technicians in various government and private sectors.
With not so high basic requirements for educational qualification, any young individual with a minimum age of 18 years are eligible to join these institutes. Those students who are willing to
switch to a practical-based technical training from traditional education, these ITI courses are an excellent opportunity for them to build their career.
The duration of industrial trade courses depends on the chosen trade that can vary from one to three years. 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.