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Public Private Partnership Scheme     :

 

UPGRADATION OF 1396 GOVERNMENT ITIs THROUGH PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE KARJAT DIST: RAIGAD (Maharashtra)

Email: - iti91mumbai@yahoo.com

Institute Development Plan

(This IDP proforma is to be completed by IMC Society of the ITI seeking interest free loan under the scheme. It shall then be forwarded to State Steering Committee which will approve it and send it to DGE&T, Ministry of Labour & employment for release of funds.)

 

SECTION-A: INFORMATION ABOUT IMC OF ITI

1 State/UT      Maharashtra State
2 ITI(Name/ Address) GOVT. INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE KARJAT
Babrawala Chawl Karjat- 410201
3 Name of Principal: Kailas R. Surve

Contact details-  Phone:

02148- 223243
Fax: 02148- 223243
Email: iti91mumbai@yahoo.com
4 Industry Partner (Name/ Address) Key Stone Realtors Pvt. Ltd.Mumbai.
JMC House, 3rd floor, Bisleri Coumpaund, Andheri (East),Mumbai-99.

Details of Nodal officer (Name/Address)

Mr.Kavi Luthra
Rustomjee Acres, Rustomjee Irani marg, Dahisar (west), Mumbai-400068.
Designation  in parent org.: Vice President.
Contact details-        Phone: 022-28924829,28900495.
Fax: 022-28900951
Email: kavi@school.rustomjee.com
5 IMC Chairman (Name/ Address)

Mr.Boman R. Irani.                                                                                                   Key Stone Realtors Pvt. Ltd.Mumbai.

Designation  in parent org.: C.M.D ,
Contact details-        Phone: 9821033773
                                  Fax:  
  Email:  
6 Affiliation of Industry Partner   Maharashtra Chembers Of Housing Industries.(MCHI)
7

Details of Contact Person of above Industry body at:                                                                                 Local level                                                                                  State level                                                                            National level

 
 
Mr.Kavi Luthra.
 
 
8 Details of Bank Account of IMC Society-  
Account No: 120520110000203
Bank & Branch: Bank Of India Branch- Karjat Dist. Raigad

Composition of Institute Management Committee (IMC)

S No Name of member Additional information about the member
1 Chairman of the IMC Mr. Boman R. Irani. CMD, Key Stone Realtors Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai.  Ph. No:-9821033773
2 Secretary of the IMC (Principal of ITI) K. R. Surve Principal Govt. Industrial Training Institute Karjat. Mob:- 9422944410

Members nominated by Industry Partner

3 Member 1 Mrs. Suzanne Percy Director, Rustomjee Knowledge City & Research Center- (BPO/ KPO Co.)   Mob:- 9821723456
4 Member 2 Mr. Satya Prasad Shetty. Director, Shetty Sons, A/3, A/5, Laxmi Niwas,11th road,Santakruz (E) Mumbai-55. Mob:-9820226444
5 Member 3 Mr. Waheed Nulwala Partner, Winko Associates, G -19 Zakaria Ind. Estate, Marol Maroshi Rd., Marol, Andheri East, Mumbai-59  Mob:- 9892208909
6 Member 4 Mr. P. Balchandaran Dy. Gen.Manager Air India (Technical Operation )

Members nominated by State Government

7 Member 1 Dr. R. R. Asava Joint Director ,Vocational Education & Training Regional Office ,Bandra   Mumbai -51 Mob:-
8 Member 2 Mr. S. G. Pawar Dist. Employment Officer Alibag Dist. Raigad Phone:-02141-202029             Mob:- 9820452264
9 Member 3 Shri.S.S.Barve HOD (Mech)Kokan Eduction Engieering College,Karjat ,Dist-Raigad.Of.No. Mob No.9423360926
10 Member 4 Shri. K. V. Patil Maths & Drawing Instructor ITI Katjat Mob:-9881187984
11 Member 6 Bhosale Bhavik B. Trainee, ITESM Trade. ITI Karjat

SECTION-B:   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE DETAILS OF THE EXISTING ITI:

1. Year of Establishment                               :     1996

2. Affiliation Number given by DGET        :    Mah. Govt. G R. No. ITI/1096/208/VE-1/Dt.9.8.1996

                                                                                                     DGET File No. - DGET/6/13/203/97/TC-GOVT

3. Building/ Premises: (Owned/ Rented)    :    Owned

4. Total land Area (in Sq. m)                        :     03 Acres

5.Total Constructed area: (in sq.mts)

Area New Building
Office 1020 Sq.Mtr
Workshop
Hostel 360 Sq.Mtr

6. Types of industries available in the regionS.T. Workshop  , Fabrication  Workshop

7. Whether Placement cell available in ITI ---      Yes

8. Percentage of passed out trainees employed/self employed during last two years  :      50%

9. Trades having high employment potential in the region—Welder, Electrician & Fitter Etc

10. Trades having low employment potential in the region ---Nil

11. Total yearly fees collected from trainees (average of last two years) ----Rs.4,000/-

12. Revenue generated during last two years through other sources/ activities (Pl specify)—

a)      Short Term Courses and POTS Rs.  25000  (Year 2006-07)                                                                                                 Rs. 25000 (Year 2007-08)

13. Trainees  Details   (Trainees as on date )

Total Number Males Females Scheduled Caste Scheduled Tribe OBC
Males Females Males Females Males Females
84 74 10 18 02 17 01 24 01

14. Trade details:

Trades available in ITI's No. of Trainees Instructors
Availability Training (out of Filled  posts)
1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year Sanctioned Filled Vacant Total Trained Untrained
NCVT -- 18 -- 01 01 -- 01 01 --
1. Electrician
2. Fitter -- 18 -- 01 01 -- 01 01 --
3. Info. Tech. & Electronic System Maint. 12 -- -- 01 01 -- 01 -- 01
4. Welder 14 -- -- 01 01 -- 01 01 --
5. Plumber 13 -- -- 01 01 -- 01 -- 01
6. Cutting & Sewing 09 -- -- 01 01 -- 01 -- 01
                   
TOTAL 48 36 -- 06 06 -- 06 03 03

15. Expenditure details:                                                                                                                         ( Rs in Lakh)

Expenditure of last two years
Expenditure for year 2006-2007 Expenditure for year 2007-2008
Recurring Non recurring Recurring Non recurring
13.45 29.72 40.10 17.60

SECTION C: SUMMARY OF THE FUTURE PLAN FOR UPGRADATIUON OF ITI:

(I) Skill requirements of the region

  1. How the skill needs of the region has been determined

(i)        Through study/survey :  Yes,

(ii)      Data collected from     :   Yes, State Govt. Employment & Self Employment Guidance bureau and the yearly reports published by various agencies   appointed by central & state Govt.

 

     b.  Estimate of the yearly skill requirement  (in terms of number of workers)

Skill requirement

For the region

For outside the region which can be met by the ITI

Short term

500

1000

Medium term

300

600

Long term

150

300

 

(II) Proposed changes in training programs:

(a)   Upgrade the ITI into a Centre of Excellence in  Hospitality Management  trade sector

(b)   Upgrade the following trades

List of Trades   No. of units
01. ELECTRICIAN  01
02. FITTER 01
03. I.T.E.S.M. 01
04. WELDER 01
05. PLUMBER 01
06. CUTTING & SEWING 01

    (c)  Add the following new   trades.

List of Trades No. of units
01 Mech. Light Motor Vehicle (1 Years course) 01 (Proposed in 2010)
02 Institution House Keeping (6 Months course 01 (Proposed in 2010)
03 Welder   (Additional Unit)  01 (Proposed in 2010)
04 Plumber (Additional Unit) 01(Proposed in 2010)
05 Electrician (Additional Unit) 01(proposed in 2009)
06 Fitter  (Additional Unit) 01(proposed in 2009)

            (d)  Delete the following trades

List of Trade No. of units
Dress Making 01
Fashion Technology 01

(III) Details of the additional resources required and the total loan amount sought by the IMC society under this scheme:

 

  1. Total interest free loan amount sought : Rs…....250/--(lakhs)
  1. Seed money to be used as a corpus: Rs……50/ --(Lakhs)
  1. Manner in which the remaining amount is proposed to be used:                                               (Rs in lakhs)

Item

For COE

For up gradation

For new trades

Total

Civil works

42.80

6.50

5.90

55.20

Equipment furniture learning material etc.

41.70

28.06

28.85

98.61

Recurring expenditure

102.10

4.20

42.70

149.0

Total

186.60

38.76

77.45

302.81

      4.  Additional Manpower requirement:

 

Sr. No

Trade

Instructors

Other

Staff

01

For COE With Advance Module & Maths Drg. Instructor, Visiting Faculties.

09

G.I.

01

Placement Officer

01

02

For new trades & Additional Units

06

Head Clerk

01

Sr. Clerk

02

Jr. Clerk

02

Peons

03

TOTAL

15

TOTAL

10

(IV) Details of any revenue generating facilities proposed to be set up in the ITI:

(1). Whether any Business Plan to generate revenue has been prepared? -Yes

(2).  If yes,  please give the details inertial indicating the year when the facilities for the same    is envisaged to be developed, funds requirement &  how the expenditure is likely  to be  met, etc.  in a separate Annexure.

By conducting short term courses of immediate need & employment and by

taking job orders from society under Production Oriented Training Scheme.

        (Separate Annexure A is attached herewith.)

 

(V)  Key Performance Indicators(KPIs)

The details to the Key Performance Indicators set as targets under this scheme during next five years are as follows:

Sr.No. Key Performance Indicators Base line in the year of release of loan Target
For the year next to loan release year For 2nd year For 3rd year For 4th year For 5th year
1 % of applications as compared to no. of seats 225% 250% 275% 300% 325% 350%
2 % of enrolments as compared to no. of seats 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
3 % of dropout as compared to no. of enrolments 12% 10% 8% 6% 4% 2%
4 % of students passed out compared to enroll students 75% 80% 83% 86% 90% 95%
5 % of passed out students employed/ self employed within one year of pass out 70% 75% 78% 80% 85% 90%
6 Average monthly income of the employed/ self employed students. 3000/- 3500/- 4000/- 4500/- 5000/- 6000/-

 

SECTION D:  DESCRIPTION OF THE MEASURES FOR IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF THE INSTITUTE

(a)What changes would you like to introduce for better management of the ITI?

    For better management of the ITI  -

1. Principal should be imparted training of managerial skills and Instructional staff with advanced technology.

2. Continuous Industry – Institute interaction through On job training, Skills transfer through lectures & seminars, Apprenticeship, training the staff of ITI in related industries etc.

3. The environment of ITI should be made similar to industries.

b) What sort of training do teaching and non-teaching staff of the ITI require?

1 . Teaching staff should be trained in advanced technology and machinery. It should        also be imparted training for personality development, automation & computerization. Untrained staff can be deputed to ATIs and CTIs for POT training in respective trades.

2. Non- teaching staff ( ministerial ) should be trained in Office procedures, stores      record keeping, computer basics & Internet and personality development.

(c) What improvements in teaching and learning resources does the ITI require?

Teaching resources including  NIMI books – charts – transparencies,Newly  published books on advanced technology, Audio Visual aids like LCD    Projector, learning CDs, Industrial visits etc. should be provided. e- class room facility  can be developed in   ITIs   for better and easy teaching. Audio – visual hall to be    prepared in the ITI for easy   understanding by the trainees.

(d)Can you improve the number of female students in ITI courses?  How would this be done?

       By providing concessional traveling and hostel facility to female candidates seeking    admissions.. and by counseling to the parents.

(e) Can you improve the number of students from disadvantaged background in the ITI courses?  How would this be done? 

 … Yes,

   1. By arranging awareness programmes for parents and the students of disadvantaged       background students in their  villages and explaining them the importance of Vocational education and the advantages thereof.

  2. By providing concessional traveling and Hostel facilities to disadvantaged students seeking admission in the institute.

  3. By providing free education, free tool kit, free books and stipend to these trainees.

  4. Providing special employment guidance cell for these trainees.

(f) How can you improve your linkages with the local labour market?  Do you need to improve your linkages with labor markets outside your locality and if yes, how could you go about it?

Industrial linkages and linkage with local market and outside market can be improved through IMC . Linkages can further be improved by establishing a separate Placement Cell in the Institute .Industrial visits in local and outside markets will be increased. Chances of employment can be increased by launching website of the institute providing employment opportunities.

SECTION E:  ACTION PLAN FOR UPGRADATION

(a)  Do you intend to establish a Centre of Excellence?     Yes.

If Yes:

Which trade sector do you prefer?

Construction And Wood Working Trade Sector.

Why did you choose this sector?

There are so many new constructions, projects are proposed in this area and having high potential for skilled candidates in the above sector .This will be achieved by introducing COE in Construction And Wood Working  Trade Sector.

(b) In addition to above or otherwise Which trades would you prefer to upgrade? 

            01. ELECTRICIAN                                                    02 unit

            02. FITTER                                                              02 unit

            03. I.T.E.S.M.                                                          01 unit

            04. WELDER                                                           02 unit

            05. PLUMBER                                                         02 unit

            06. CUTTING & SEWING                                         01 unit

Why did you choose these trades?

Considering the opportunities of Employment & Self employment in the surrounding areas and the manpower required by different industries in nearby areas, these trades have been chosen for up gradation.

(c) What resources do you need to upgrade your institution as a COE or to upgrade selected trades?

(i) Civil works – describe and justify any civil works you want to undertake.( Civil Work includes –

Construction of addl Workshop attached with classrooms for COE (470 Sq .m) 28.20Llakh
Construction of Audio – visual hall (50 sq. m ) 03.00Lakh
Construction of Library Hall (30sq.m) 1.80 Lakh
Construction of conference hall (50 Sq. m) 03.00 Lakh
Construction of P I R (30 Sq. m) 1.80Lakh
Construction of Addl Class room for Addi. Trades (90 Sq. m) 5.40 Lakh
Electrification for all 6.00 Lakh
Renovation of  (CNC cabin, Placement office, GI Cabin, Buitification ) 6.00 lakh
  55.20 Lakh

(ii)Equipment, Tools & other items– describe and justify all goods you want to procure.

(a) Equipment         : Major Machinery required for new trades & the deficiency of machinery, Tools & Equipments in existing trades              .e.g. computer , light motor Car, Jeep, Laptop, Photo Copier linked with computer etc

(b) Furniture           : Compartments for AVA room, computer room and for classrooms. Tables, chairs, cupboards, glass boards, etc.

(c) Books, Learning Resources and Software  : NIMI books,  Transparencies, Other audio-visual aids, charts, CDs ,Software’s like latest antivirus, windows xp3 os,   ms-office 2007, Photoshop, AutoCAD, cam, Corel draw, financial accounting  etc as required.,

 

(d) Training of Staff – describe and justify the training needed by your staff and indicate how this could be implemented. ( Please fill-up the Annexure to IDP)

i) Training of Teaching Staff      : Instructors not trained in ATI & CTI should be sent for POT training. They should also be sent in concerned industries for training in  respective trades with advanced technology and to get acquainted with the the changes due to revision in syllabi .They should also be trained  in developing their personality. 

(ii) Training of Non-Teaching Staff : Non – teaching ( ministerial )staff should be imparted training in office procedures, Stores record keeping, computerization of office  work, personality development etc.

 

(e) Additional Staff - describe and justify any additional staff you need.

            1.      Group Instructor  - for coordinating the scheme

             2.             Placement Officer – for placement purpose

3.             Thirteen instructors –for COE

4.     Six Instructors – for New trades & additional units

5.     Clerks –for office work(Head clerk, Sr. clerks & Jr. clerks)

6.      Peons- for workshop and office

 

(f) Consumables and Training Materials – describe and justify the consumables and any maintenance you need.

            Consumable material for the newly proposed trade will be required as per syllabus which include mild steel, cast iron , welding material, electrical material, oil petrol, diesel and stationary etc as required.

 

SECTION F: YEARWISE BREAKUP OF RESOURCES REQUIRED

(I) What finances do you need to procure the resources you described in the previous section?

(a) for CoE: Yes

    Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total
Non-recurring Costs
1 Civil Works 30.00 05.00 05.00 02.80 --- 42.80
2 Equipment 10.00 05.00 05.00 05.00 02.50 27.50
3 Furniture 06.00 03.00 03.00 01.10 --- 13.10
4 Books,Learning, Resources & Software etc 00.20 00.20 00.20 00.20 00.30 01.10
5 Sub Total(1+2+3+4) 46.20 13.20 13.20 09.10 02.80 84.50
Recurring Costs
6 Additional Manpower 15.52 16.52 17.52 18.52 19.52 87.60
7 Consumables Maintainance & Training Materials 02.30 02.30 02.30 02.30 02.30 11.50
8 Misc. Exp(Pl specify) 00.60 00.60 00.60 00.60 00.60 03.00
9 Sub Total(6+7+8) 18.42 19.42 20.42 21.42 22.42 102.10
  Total(5+9) 64.62 32.62 33.62 30.52 25.22 186.60

(b) for Upgradation of trades

    Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total
Non-recurring Costs
1 Civil Works --- 06.50 --- --- --- 06.50
2 Equipment 06.00 06.00 06.00 04.00 04.51 26.51
3 Furniture 00.25 00.25 00.25 00.25 00.25 01.25
4 Books,Learning, Resources & Software etc 00.06 00.06 00.06 00.06 00.06 00.30
5 Sub Total(1+2+3+4) 06.31 12.81 06.31 04.31 04.82 34.56
Recurring Costs
6 Additional Manpower --- --- --- --- --- ---
7 Consumables Maintainance & Training Materials 00.60 00.60 00.60 00.60 00.60 03.00
8 Misc. Exp(Pl specify) 00.24 00.24 00.24 00.24 00.24 01.20
9 Sub Total(6+7+8) 00.84 00.84 00.84 00.84 00.84 04.20
  Total(5+9) 07.15 13.65 07.15 05.15 05.66 38.76

(c) for new trades :

    Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total
Non-recurring Costs
1 Civil Works 03.00 02.90 --- --- --- 05.90
2 Equipment 05.00 10.00 10.00 02.30 --- 27.30
3 Furniture 00.25 00.25 00.25 00.25 00.25 01.25
4 Books,Learning, Resources & Software etc --- 00.10 00.10 00.10 --- 00.30
5 Sub Total(1+2+3+4) 08.25 13.25 10.35 02.65 00.25 34.75
Recurring Costs
6 Additional Manpower 05.64 05.64 05.64 05.64 05.64 28.20
7 Consumables Maintainance & Training Materials 02.30 02.30 02.30 02.30 02.30 11.50
8 Misc. Exp(Pl specify) 00.60 00.60 00.60 00.60 00.60 03.00
9 Sub Total(6+7+8) 08.54 08.54 08.54 08.54 08.54 42.70
  Total(5+9) 16.79 21.79 18.89 11.19 08.79 77.45

TOTAL requirement of funds  (a)+ (b)+(c)

    Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total
Non-recurring Costs
1 Civil Works 33.00 14.40 05.00 02.80 --- 55.20
2 Equipment 21.00 21.00 21.00 11.30 07.01 81.31
3 Furniture 06.50 03.50 03.50 01.60 00.50 15.60
4 Books,Learning, Resources & Software etc 00.26 00.36 00.36 00.36 00.36 01.70
5 Sub Total(1+2+3+4) 60.76 39.26 29.86 16.06 07.87 153.81
Recurring Costs
6 Additional Manpower 21.16 22.16 23.16 24.16 25.16 115.80
7 Consumables Maintainance & Training Materials 05.20 05.20 05.20 05.20 05.20 26.00
8 Misc. Exp(Pl specify) 01.44 01.44 01.44 01.44 01.44 07.20
9 Sub Total(6+7+8) 27.80 28.80 29.80 30.80 31.80 149.00
  Total(5+9) 88.56 68.06 59.66 46.86 39.67 302.81

 

SECTION G: MISCLLANEOUS

a) How do you see the future of the Institute and what action would you suggest for achieving its growth and sustainability.

Due to rapid growth of Industries, nowadays the skilled manpower required by various industries is increasing day by day. If the training imparted in ITIs is as per the modern trends and the newly developed technology the future of ITI s is bright.

For development & growth of ITI, trades with more demand in market & society should be introduced. Modern machinery should be purchased. The principal & the Staff of the Institute should be trained in modern trends. Additional Audio-visual facilities should be made available in the ITI. Industry-Institute interaction should be increased .Quality of training

Imparted in the ITI should be improved to match with the need of the Industry.

 

                   b) Any outstanding achievements/ success stories of the Institute?

                   Revenue generated from short term courses is about Rs.80000 and about Rs. 50000 from POTS work by this Institute in last four                      years.

(Besides the information asked for in this proforma, if any other relevant information is to be submitted, it may be enclosed)

 

        K.R.Surve                                                                                                                                     Boman.R.Irani

     Principal                                                                                                      Chairman of IMC

    ITI Karjat

 

 

 

 

Annexure to IDP

Details of the Instructional Staff in the Institute

Sr.No. Name of the Instructional Staff Education/ Technical Qualification E-mail ID Mobile No. / Phone No. Instructor in Which Area & how long Is the Intructor Trained in Principles of Teaching-POT (Yes/No) Is the Instructor Trained in Trade Area(s) (Yes/No)
a b c d e f g h
1 Mr.K.R. Surve D.M.E.   9422944410 PRICIPAL -12yrs NO YES
2 Mr. S.K.Wade I.T.I, A.T.I   9890882994 Group Instructor-Promoted YES YES
3 Mr.V.R. Chaudhari I.T.I ,A.T.I   9969073848 Fitter- 20yrs YES YES
4 Mr.C.G.Pawar I.T.I, A.T.I   9323810562 Welder, 20yrs YES YES
5 Mr.Y.P.Borole I.T.I, A.T.I   9270014402 Electrician,20yrs YES YES
6 Mr.V.R.Wankhede D.Etx, I.T.I, A.T.I   9969264383 MRTV, 10yrs YES YES
7 Mr.S.V.Phadke I.T.I   9869513381 Plumber,10yrs NO YES
8 Smt.S.S. Khopkar I.T.I   9226105070 Dress Making,10yrs NO YES
9 Mr.K.V.Patil D.M.E   9881187984 Maths & Drawing, 10yrs NO YES

 

 

Annexure – A

Details of of Revenue Generation:

A] Production Oriented Training Scheme (POTS):-   By taking Job Orders of fabrication work and wiring work etc.  Approximate Revenue generated is about 12000 per year. This will be further   increased up to 50000 per annum by entering in the interior tribal villages   nearby.

B] Short Term Courses: - This Institute has already submitted a proposal for Vocational Training Provider (VTP) for Short Term Courses under Modular        Employable Skills (MES) through which training will be imparted to youth in 

 Need based courses. The Courses proposed under VTP are as follows -

Total funds generated through short term courses will be approximately         Rs.1 lakhs Rupees.

The net total revenue which can be generated through the abovementioned two schemes will be approximately Rs. 2 lakhs.  

                                                                                                                                                   K.R.Surve

                                                                                                                      Principal

                                                                                                                      I.T.I. Karjat

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