Professionals with specialized skills, possessing the right knowledge and with their efficient application have been successful in getting a decent and high-salaried job. With an alarming rise in unemployment rates, ITI students have a better scope of employment in comparison to others, even those who hold higher academic qualifications.
ITI institutes have specific placement cells like other professional and vocational courses institutes that take care of the placement of ITI students. These placement cells have tie-ups with different government, private and even overseas companies that hire students for employment in various trades.
Check out the multiple career opportunities for ITI students.
Employment in Public Sectors
Most of the public sectors or the government agencies require ITI students from different trades including many public sector undertakings, Railways, Telecom, state Public Works Department and others. Additionally, they can also explore job opportunities with the Indian Army, Air Force, Indian Navy and paramilitary forces.
Jobs in Private Companies
In many private sectors, particularly the ones operating in manufacturing and mechanics there are trade-specific jobs for ITI students. Construction, textiles, agriculture and energy sectors also seek out students from different ITI trades. Moreover, electronics, air-conditioner mechanic and welding refrigeration are other sought-after skills that many private companies look for.
Overseas Job Opportunities
Another important career opportunity after completing ITI courses is off-shore jobs. For specific ITI trades, such as Fitters, there are many lucrative jobs available in international oil and gas shipyards and factories.
One of the most significant benefits of choosing ITI course is that it allows you to start your own business. There is an enormous opportunity for students with an ITI qualification to start their business in plumbing, carpentry, agriculture, construction and many more.