Industrial Training Institute, Murbad

Kudwali M.I.D.C. area, 
Shahapur road,
At. MURBAD, Pin No.421401
Dist. Thane. MAHARASHTRA STATE.
                    Tel. & Fax No. 02524 – 222912
                Email -  iti_murbad@ymail.com.  

Sector - Production & Manufacturing


About Us

About Us

Govt. of Maharashtra established Industrial Training Institute in each Taluka of Maharashtra for providing vocational education for the rural student to get them, employment & self employment opportunities. ITI MURBAD is established in 1995 vide GR No. Higher & Technical Education Department No.3054/(5095)/VE-1, Dated  18oct. 1995. Since then, vocational education has been provided to more than hundreds of youth to become them self reliant.
          The Institute is situated Kudwali M.I.D.C. area,  Shahapur road at MURBAD. MURBAD is 80 Kilometers from MUMBAI, is a Taluka head-quarters.
 As the city is near to the Mumbai as well as near to the Nashik .That’s why it has a great industrial  & academic Importance for the ITI trained trainees to get the job easily near by their home. The Institute is providing trained craftsman to the growing Industry.

Rounded Rectangle: Principal Rounded Rectangle: Shri R. P. PAGARE  Mob. No. 9226139193

 

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

 

1.   Year of Establishment:                          ------------            1995

2.   Affiliation Number given by DGE&T      ------------            6/13/130/97-TC

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

  1. Total land Area (in Sq. m)             --------------            12000

 

  1. Total Constructed area: (in sq.mts)     Office:  ------------1235

Workshop : ----------    240
Hostel :  -------------     359

  1. Types of industries available in the region ------------- Production oriented

 

  1. Whether Placement cell available in ITI---------------------------Yes.
  1. Percentage of passed out trainees employed/self employed during last two years---65%

 

  1. Trades having high employment potential in the region---WD/FT/ET/COPA
  1. Trades having low employment potential in the region ---Dress Making & Sheet Metal work.
                                                                                                                  
  1. Total yearly fees collected from trainees (average of last two years) ----   Rs-10000/-
  1. Revenue generated during last two years through other sources/ activities (Pl specify)-----Rs. 25000/--(Year2005-06)       Rs.33000/-  (Year2007-08)

 

  1. Trainees Details   (Trainees as on date )                                                                                                                                                        

 

Total Number

Males

Females

Scheduled Caste

Scheduled Tribe

OBC

Males

Females

Males

Females

Males

Females

98

72

26

08

     02

23

15

41

09

 

 

 

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Road Map
Our Campus
Institute Management Committee
Courses Available
Admission Criteria
Best Practices In ITI
MOU With Industries
Training Career & Placement Office
Key Performance Indicators
Staff Details
Presentation
Photo Gallery
Other Site Links
 

Road Map

The Instituted is situated at midc kudvali area.surrounded by Green valleys & Industrial area .Institute is at 3.5 km away from BUS stand& Buses or Private carriers are available after every 15 Minutes.


LOCATION PLAN

Areal View of ITI MURBAD

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 MAP OF ITI MURBAD

 

NOTE:-  NOT TO SCALE

 

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Our Campus

Land Activities   

  1. Total Land Available for the Institute   : -     12000 Sq.M

 

     ii)      Constructed Building                     
              a) Administrative & Theory     : -      1235 Sq.M 
                                 
              b) Workshop                         : -      240-Sq.M                 

c)Hostel                                                      : -     359 Sq.M

 

INTAKE CAPACITY OF HOSTEL:

We have students seeking admission from rural areas of Murbad and it’s essential. Hostel is available for the ST (male) students only

 

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Institute Management Committee

 

1] I.M.C. constitutes of the Members from 


        Industry Govt. Official & Students.
                   i).      Industry Partners - Chairman of IMC
                   ii).     Principal of the Institute - Secretary of IMC
                   iii).    Four Member of nominated Industry.
                   iv).    Four Govt. Officials
                   v).     One Students Representative


2] Role of IMC

  1. Define short, medium and long term goals.
  2. Generation & proper utilisation of funds
  1. Identify KPIs.
  2. Determine 20% admission of total intake capacity.
  3. Start up new trades as per local requirements.
  4. Upgradation of  existing Trade
  5. Appoint contract faculty as per requirement.
  6. KPIs should fix up to repayment.
  7. Suggest modifications in training courses as per local industry needs.
  8. Increase capability for income generation in ITI with a view of repayment of loan.
  9. Set Placement Cell.
  10. Encourage self employment.
  11. Upgradation of teaching Aids
  12. Training of teaching staff
  13. Mould the ITI graduates in soft & communication skills as per industry needs.
  14. Implement activities in time bound manner.
  15. Monitor process of implementation.
  16. Furnish periodical reports (QPRs).

 3]    Details of member of IMC

          INSTITUTE  MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

Sr.
No

Governing Body Members

Name of member

Additional information about the member

1

Chairman

Mr. Rajesh jain

Agm (operation) jsw steel limited,vashind,
Tal-shahapur,
Dist-thane,pin:-421604

2

Secretary

Mr.R. P.Pagare

Principal  govt. Industrial training institute, MURBAD.

3

Member

A.G.Sontakke

.President, Murbad manufacturers association Ltd.

4

Member  

Avinash P Pawar

Director, Priyadarshini Infotech pvt. Ltd.

5

Member

G.S.Srinivas

M.D. ,JBL SAKS pvt. Ltd.

6

Member

Gopal S Sirdeshpande

Technocraft Industries (India) Ltd.

7

Member

Dr. R.R. Asawa

Joint. Director, DVET-RO Mumbai 051

8

Member

Mr. C.D. Tambe

Asst.Director, Employment Exchange, Thane

9

Member

Mr. Jayawant Raut

Coordinator, Fr. Agnel Technical Education Complex, Bandra, Mumbai

10

Member

Mrs. M.V. BARI

C.I. I.T.I. Murbad Dist. Thane

11

Member

Mr.S.B. Deshmukh

Student

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Courses Available

 

Trades available in ITIs

No. of trainees

Instructors

Availability

Training
(out of filled posts)

1st   yr

2nd  yr

3rd yr

Sanctioned

Filled

Vacant

Total

Trained

untrained

NCVT
1.FITTER

 

0

 

19

 

0

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

 

1

 

2ELECTRICAN

0

19

0

1

1

0

 

1

 

3.WELDER(G&E)

14

0

0

1

1

0

 

1

 

4. CUTTING & SEIWING   

19

0

0

1

1

0

 

1

 

5.DRESS MAKING

8

0

0

1

1

0

 

1

 

6.Mechnic Computer Hardware

0

0

0

0

0

1

 

-

 

SCVT
1.MECHANIC AUTO ELECTRICIAN & ELECRONICS

19

0

0

1

1

0

 

1

 

2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

others

 -

 -

 -

 -

 -

 -

 -

 -

 -

List of Engg. And Non-Engg. Courses with Entry Qualification

 

SR.NO

 

NAME OF COURSE

 

EDUCATION QUALIFICATION

 

 

HALF YEAR ENGG.

 

Required EducationQualification 

1.

MECHANIC AUTO ELE.& ELECTRONICS

10th Std. Pass

 

 

ONE YEAR NON ENGG.

 

Required EducationQualification 

1.

DRESS MAKING

10th Std. Pass

2.

CUTTING & SEWING

8th Std. Pass

3.

COMPU. HARDWARE MECHANIC.

12th Std. Pass

 

ONE YEAR ENGG.

Required EducationQualification 

1.

WELDER(G & E)

8th Std. Pass

 

TWO YEAR ENGG.

Required EducationQualification 

1.

ELECTRICIAN

10th Std. Pass

2.

FITTER

 10th Std. Pass

       As per the Institute development plan the institute will start Upgradation of Trades from Aug 2009-10


Conventional Trades


                             Admission to ITI is given strictly on merit basis government of Maharashtra has framed the Rules of Admission wide G.R. No. ITI-1002/Pra.kra-51/VE-2 Dated 30th         April 2002. As per rules there is a reservation for candidates belonging to SC/ST/NT/and OBC. There is also reservation for physically handicapped, students passing with SSC technical, children /wards of project affected person and ex/in-service defence personnel. Admission forms are accepted within period of 10 days in respective ITIs after the declaration of SSC results.
                         Admission on merit basis.

 

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Best Practices In ITI

1) MES Courses


OBJECTIVES:

  1. To provide vocational training to school leavers, existing workers, ITI graduates, etc. to improve their employability by optimally utilizing the infrastructure available in Govt., private institutions and the Industry.  Existing skills of the persons can also be tested and certified under this scheme.
  1. To build capacity in the area of development of competency standards, course curricula, learning material and assessment standards in the country.

Training Fee :


     Following training fee which includes cost of material, honorarium, etc. has been       
     prescribed:

  1. Rs.500 per module for modules having duration upto 90 hrs.
  2. Rs.1000 per module for modules having duration from 91 to 180 hrs.
  3. Rs.1500 per module for modules having duration from 181 hrs to 270 hrs.
  4. Rs.2000 per module for modules having duration more than 270 hrs.

 

Certificate:


      Successful persons will be awarded certificates issued by National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT).

Courses 
Institute runs the following MES Courses


SR.
NO.

Sector

Name of Course

Educational
Qualification

Duration
(hours)

  1.  

Garment Making

Tailor (Basic Sewing Operator)

5th

270

  1.  

Electrical

Home wiring

8th

90

  1.  

Fabrication

Arc Welding fabricator

5th

120

Progress
    Upto the 31 St December Institute traines 156 Candidate in Diffrent Courses.


S.
N.

Sector

Name of Course

No. of Trained
candidates

1

Electrical

House-Wiring

24

2

Garment Making

Tailor (Basic Sewing Operator)

35

2) Short Duration Courses
                 Upto Dec., 2008, 145 Candidates Were Trained In Various Short Duration Cources by the Institute & Generate the Revenue.


3) POTS


Under the Production Oriented Training Scheme Institute had taken the works of Fabrication, House-Wiring, Electrical appliances repairs, Plumbing, School Uniforms stitching & many more Generate the Revenue.

 

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MoU With Industries

 On 17.9.08 MOA  Between Institute & M/s JSW VASHIND Have Done.  Industry Which Support The Institute Are Listed Below    

INDUSTRY SUPPORT                                 

SR.    NO.

NAME   OF   ESTABLISHMENT  & ADDRESS
 

1

M/s. JSW STEEL LIMITED ,VASHIND.Tal.-SHAHAPUR,Dist.-THANE

2

 M/s. PACIFIC IND. MURBAD MIDC.

3

M/s.PRIYADARSHANI INFOTECH MIDC MURBAD

4

M/s. JBL SAKS PVT.LTD. MURBAD

5

M/s. TECHNOCRAFT INDUSTRIES LTD. MIDC MURBAD.

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Training Career & Placement Office ( T.C.P.O. )

    There is a seperate placement cell under the Group Instructor in the Institute. Campus interview were arrange by the placement cell in every year. The Industry enagged with Institute for the Campus are as follows.

                            

1

Liberty Oil Mills Ltd., Shahapur,

2

JSW Steel Ltd, Vashind, Shahapur

3

TIGER STEEL INDUSTRIES.MURBAD

4

Nirmal Industries Controls, Vashind, Tal. Shahapur

5

Steel Mech Industries, Atagaon, Shahapur

6

PACIFIC INDUSTRIES,MURBAD

7

Bharat Wires Ropes Ltd, Atgaon, Shahapur

8

MINDA IND.MURBAD

9

Sona Garments, Asangaon

10

Samartha Chemicals, Atgaon

 

 

 

 

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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

      200

300

400

500

600

700

2.

% of enrolments as compared to no. of seats

100

100

100

100

100

100

3.

% of dropout as compared to no. of enrolments

05

04

03

02

01

01

4.

% of students passed out compared to enroll students

65

70

80

80

90

90

5.

% of passed out students employed/ self employed within one year of pass out

60

65

70

80

85

90

6.

Average monthly income of the employed/self employed students.

3500

4000

5000

6000

7000

8000

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Staff Details

Sr.No.

Name of the Instructional Staff

Educational/Technical Qualification

Email ID

Mobile No./Phone No.

Instructor in which Area and how long

Is the Instructor 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

1

Mr.R P. Pagare

DEE

 

9226139193

8 YRS

YES

YES

 

2

Mr.Patil V. H.

SSC/ITI/NCVT

 

9423385030

Fitter & 30 year

Yes

Yes

3

Mrs.Bari M. V.

SSC/ITI

9869950545

Cutting Sewing & 9 year

Yes

Yes

4

Ms.Sonavane K. F.

ITI/SSC/NCVT

-

9423907163

Electrician& 09 Year

Yes

Yes

5

Mr. Loke M.V.

ITI/SSC/NCVT

-

9869235168

Welder  & 09 year

Yes

Yes

6

Mr. Mesre P.D.

Diploma Electrical Engg.

-

9226882273

Mach, Auto,Elct,& Eltn &

Yes

Yes

7

Mrs. Kakde S.S.

Diploma
Dress  Design.

-

-

Dress making  &

Yes

Yes

8

Mr. Gore S.S,

Diploma in Mech

-

-

Maths & Drawaing

Yes

Yes

 

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