Admission for CTS - CRAFTSMEN TRAINING SCHEME

Admission for CTS - CRAFTSMEN TRAINING SCHEME

Admission for CTS - CRAFTSMEN TRAINING SCHEME

Admission for CTS - CRAFTSMEN TRAINING SCHEME

Course levelPostgraduate-PG
Application Start Date Application End Date

26th July 2017

Admission Details:

CRAFTSMEN TRAINING

The Directorate General of  Training (DGT) (erstwhile DGE&T, Ministry of Labour and Employment) in the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India initiated Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS) in 1950 by establishing about 50 Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) for imparting skills in various vocational trades to meet the skilled manpower requirements for technology and industrial growth of the country. The second major phase of increase in ITIs came with the oil-boom in West-Asia and export of skilled manpower to that region from India. Several new private ITIs were established in 1980’s in southern states mostly in Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, etc. from where trained craftsmen found placement mainly in Gulf countries. In 1980, there were 830 ITIs and the number rose to 1900 ITIs in 1987. During 1990’s, the growth of ITIs had been steep and presently there are over 10,750 ITIs (2275 in Govt. & 8475 in Private Sector) having a total seating capacity of 15.22 lakhs.

Under the constitution of India, Vocational training is the concurrent subject of both Central and State Governments. The development of training schemes at National level, evolution of policy, laying of training standards, norms, conducting of examinations, certification, etc. are the responsibilities of the Central Government, whereas the implementation of the training schemes largely rests with the State Govts./UT Administrators. The Central Govt. is advised by the National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT), a tripartite body having representatives from employers, workers and Central/State Governments. Similar Councils termed as State Councils for Vocational Training are constituted for the same purpose by the respective State Governments at state levels.

Working Hours Every week, the trainee is expected to undergo 42 hours training in which 28 hours of practical training besides 10 hours of theoretical instruction ( 4 hours for trade theory + 2 hours for workshop calculation + 2 hours for engineering drawing + 2 hours for social studies ) and another 4 hours for extra curricular activities including library studies and physical training.  

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