About Us


The Government of Maharashtra
  • Mission

    • Directorate Of Vocational Education & Training, Mumbai  is committed to provide quality administration and vocational education and training services to educational institutes, Industrial training institutes and NGOs in Maharashtra State to meet the needs of industry , bussiness to service sector and society at large.
  • Vision

    This Department Aims at,

    • Encouraging institutes for developing human resources to reduce the mismatch between demand and supply of manpower in various sectors like Engineering, Information Technology, Agriculture, Paramedical, Home Science, Trade & Commerce.
    • To reduce unemployment among youth by equipping them for suitable industrial, self & wage employment through weldesigned formal & non formal Vocational Education & Training programmes at Various institutes.
    • Establishing linkages with industry / Institutes / R & D organizations Pass out students / Apprentices for mutual benefits.
    • Arranging quality development programmes for Principals, teachers instructers, staff & students thereby creating a dynamic learning environment.
    • Establishing Centres of Execellence at various key institutes in emerging areas like automobile, Production & Manufacturing, Non Conventional energy sources, CNC/CAD/CAM & Information Techonology.
    • Establishing seperate website for the office & to link all institutes & controlling offices through Internet to use web conferencing media for meetings of District officers & Principals thereby increasing speed, accuracy & economy in flow of information.
    • Fasilitating the alround development of students by conducting various activities like Quiz, Enterprenership programmes, Sports & different competitions.
    • Developing various computer softwares for the statandardisation of procedures of stores, Admissions, examinitions, Administration & Apprecnticeship scheme.
  • Objectives

    • To ensure a steady flow of skilled workers in different trades for the industry.
    • To raise the quality & quantity of industrial production by systematic training of workers.
    • To reduce unemployment among the educated youth by equipping them for suitable industrial employment.
  • Intake Capacity & Admitted Trainees Under CTS in Industrial Training Institutes / Centers (Year 2013-14)

    Type Of Institute No. of Institutes Avilable Seats Admitted Trainees
      Government Private Government Private Government Private
    General 307 373 76731 42354 65723 42773
    Tribal 61 0 14124 0 10861 0
    Women 15 8 4439 464 3346 253
    Tribal Ashram ITI 28 0 1547 0 1297 0
    SCP ITI 4 0 309 0 281 0
    Minority 2 0 361 0 514 0
    TOTAL 417 381 97511 42818 82022 43026
     798 140329 125048
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  • Intake Capacity & Admitted Trainees Under CTS in Industrial Training Institutes / Centers (Year 2014-15)

    Type Of Institute No. of Institutes Avilable Seats Admitted Trainees
      Government Private Government Private Government
    General 307 403 73453 36222 64218
    Tribal 61 0 12200 0 10528
    Women 15 8 4158 464 3240
    Tribal Ashram ITI 28 0 1557 0 1299
    SCP ITI 4 0 215 0 193
    Minority 2 0 481 0 365
    TOTAL 417 411 92064 36686 79843
    822 128750 79843
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  • CTS Capacity Building

    Sr. No. Name Of Region Name of Govt. ITI & Units
    I Sheet II Sheet III Sheet
    ITI Units ITI Units ITI Units
    1 Mumbai 67 827 41 686 19 119
    Pune 61 676 43 643 5 68
    3 Nashik 68 668 37 559 5 82
    4 Nagpur 76 709 61 529 1 -
    4 Amaravati 63 650 39 432 3 22
    4 Aurangabad 83 808 54 653 8 38
      TOTAL 417 4338 275 3502 41 329
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  • Intake Capacity & Admitted Trainees Under CoE in Industrial Training Institutes / Centers (Year 2013-14)

    Type No. Of Institutes Intake Capacity Admitted Trainees Appeared For Exam Passed Out
    Under WorldBank 70 15876 11251 11273 4421
    Under Domestic 12
    Under PPP 42
    Total 124 15750 11249 11273 4421
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  • Intake Capacity & Admitted Trainees Under CoE in Industrial Training Institutes / Centers (Year 2014-15)

    Type No. Of Institutes Intake Capacity Admitted Trainees Appeared For Exam Passed Out
    Under WorldBank 4 15876 11251 11273 4421
    Under Domestic 1
    Under PPP -
    Total 5 630 438 8929 3139
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  • Skill Challenges

    • Skill development is key to promote employability & economic growth.
    • Only 13% of all university graduates are employable.
    • Only 5% of the youth are vocationally trained.
    • There is a need to build global skill workforce, as India is the youngest country with almost 54% population below 30 years.
    • The demographic surplus of India will be 47 million by year 2020.
    • Educated without professional skill constitutes 69% of the total unemployed.
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  • Challenges Before Maharashtra State

    Challenges

    1 Population Approx 10 crores
    2 Population of 11 to 20 year Age 2 Cr.
    3 Population of 21-35 year Age 2.5 Cr.
    4 Child labour 7, 64, 075
    5 Uneducated labour 44%
    6 4th pass labour 22.60
    7 Qualified labour 33%
    8 Youth registered with employment exchange 34, 81, 367
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  • Creation Of New Training Facilities / Utilizing Exsting Infrastructure

    • Involving various industries in the state which are under Apprenticeship act & utilizing their infrastructure facilities.
    • Involvement of industries association like Manufacturing Association, Builder Association, Retail Association, Automobile Association, etc. for group training.
    • Involving specialized sector like Hospitals/ Hotels/ Retails/ Gems & Jwellery/ Apparel/ Travel & Tourism / Food Processing etc.
    • Involvement of Corporate sector.
    • Involvement of Secondary School/ Ashram Shala/ NGOs / Master Craftsman.

    Involvement of Recognized Educational Institutes like

    • Art, science, commerce Colleges
    • Engineering & Polytechnic Colleges
    • Agriculture colleges
    • Medical colleges
    • HMCT Colleges
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  • Strategy For Implementation

    Role of State Government

    • Implementation of programme in mission mode.
    • Bringing all training schemes of all departments under one Umbrella.
    • Field study for manpower mapping in all district.
    • Designing Competency base curriculum.
    • Preparing Training material.
    • Facility for Training of trainers.
    • Additional infrastructure for training.
    • Mechanism for Quality audits to monitor training quality.
    • Examination & Certification of trainees. Separate assessing body for each District.
    • Mechanism for Follow up of employment.
    • Linkages with various Govt./Non Govt. Dept. for Self Employment.
    • Popularization & publicity of the scheme.
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