Industrial Training Institute, Aundh Pune

Center Of Excellence : Automobile

About Us

Govt. I.T.I. Aundh, Pune is one of the oldest and largest Institute in the State. It is the leading and pioneer Institute in the country, welknown and welrecognised for its Vocational Training standards & linkage with the industries in and around Pune district. It is also reputed as resource Institute for training of trainee's, workers, technicians, etc. It functions under Directorate of Vocational Education & Training Department of Higher & Technical Education, Maharashtra State. The Institute is established in 1946. The campus is spread over 32 acers of land .

The Institute has following Infrastructure :

1. There are three large workshops for Craftsman Training Trades. There are separate Buildings for Centre of Excellence, AVTS, and Main Building for Administrative Office and welfurnished 30 Class Rooms. The classrooms here are welequipped with presentation aids.

2. Two Boyes hostels for 600 students . Hostel facilities for Boys provide a conventional, convenient and comfortable home for students , leading to healthy mix of culture.

3. For the various Academic and Cultural Events, there is a large Auditorium housed within the main building.

4. The library here also houses extensive reference material on a variety topics.

5. A welfurnished and spacious conference hall serves as a perfect venue for guest lectures, meetings and other academic activities.

6. Sports Ground - A Sport activities in the Institute enabling students to strike a balance between Work, Fitness and Leisure. The Sport Activities regularly holds various kinds of competitive Intra and Inter ITI Events.

Almost all ITI trainees from this Institute gets Trade Apprenticeship. After completing the Apprenticeship training they get employed or self employed. Nurtured in an Atmosphere of Excellence and Diversity, the Trainee emerge Academically and Culturally Pruned and ready for the world of work. Imbibing Skills , knowledge and the right values through training is every trainee's endeavour.

Decision Making, Self-Reliance, Optimison ,Commitment, Integrity, Self-Direction and Perseverance in the Pursuit of Goals are inculcated in our trainee's and as a result of this evolution, they contribute positively to an organisation's success.
 
Vision  

To upgrade the Institute as World Class Premium Vocational Training Institute with Excellent Infrastructure and environment, high training standards and constructive partnership with Industries, developing globally competitive skilled workforce and entrepreneur society.

Mission  

We, the employee of ITI, Aundh, Pune, are committed to develop globally competitive skilled workforce keeping pace with the technological demands of Industries and the expanding universe of knowledge .

Aims   

To develop as -

* World class Premium Institute
* ISO/QS Certified Institute.
* Total Quality Management Institute
* Nodal Institute for staff Training.
* Resource Institute for Industries, Govt. Institutions and society.
 

     Proud of Our Institute  

Best Teacher Award Winners of this Institute in Maharashtra State.

1. Shri. Nimbarte M. K.   (Training Officer)      1995
2. Shri. Chaudhari S. P.  (Training Officer)      2002
3. Shri. Apte S. K.         (Training Officer)      2004
4. Shri. Kulkarni D. V.     (Sr. Training Officer) 2006

 

Our Achievements  

VETASSESS, General Skill Immigration Program. Commonwealth Government of Australia and ITI Aundh Pune - Skill Assessment Centre of India

Occupations
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* Automobile (LMV / HMV) * Carpentry & Joinery * Bricklaying (Mason)

 

Profile

State
Maharashtra
District
Pune
Name Of ITI

Industrial Training Institute , Aundh

Street Address                                                                

Parihar Chowk, Aundh, Pune-411007.

City Pune
Name of the Principal Mr.R.S. Ghume
Mobile No. of Principal -
Telephone No of ITI          020- 25888284, 25886238  
Fax No of ITI 020- 25886617.
Website of ITI http://www.itiaundh.org
e-mail ID  itiaundh1109@yahoo.co.in
Number of Staff                 
Number of Enrollments 1256
Year of Establishment        August 1946

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Our Campus
Institute Management Committee
Courses Available
COE Syllabus
Admission Criterion
World Bank Project
Best Practices

MoU With Industries

Training Career & Placement Office

Presentations

Key Performance Indicator

Photo Gallery
Other Site Links

 

 

Our Campus

Land available : 32 acers

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Institute Management Committee

Structure of IMC

The Institute Managing Committee is the apex decision making body responsible for actualizing the Public Private Partnership. Giving responsibility without authority does not produce results and therefore, the Govt. of Maharashtra constituted Institute Managing Committees in the all institutes vesting them with the authority to take day to day decisions. These IMCs are expected to bring fresh air in the management of ITIs. IMCs shall have the following functions: -

* Development of curriculum.
* Forecase of new/emerging training areas.
* Training of trainers.
* Revenue generation through industry projects.
* Testing & Certification of workers.
* Placement of trainees.
* On the job training.

DETAILS OF MEMBERS OF IMC
Sr.
No

Name of Chairman & Member

Address of Member

1.

Mr. Prashant Ahir, Gen. Manager - (Human Resource), CVBV Tata Motors, Pune.

Chairman

2.

Mr. R. S. Ghume - Principal, I.T.I. Aundh, Pune.

Secretary

3.

Mr. Y. M. Gokhale, Cons ISO - 5, Sainath Apartment, Near Abhudaya, Sanewadi, Aundh, Pune - 411 007.

Member

4.

Mr. Prakash Deo, - Consultant Engineer,- H-13 Kumar Classic, Behind Police Motor Workshop, Aundh, Pune

Member

5.

Mr.Anil Jawalkar, Corporate Advisor , CVBV Tata Motors, Pimpri, Pune.

Member

6.

Mr. Sachin Gandhi , Deputy Manager Spafty, (KOEL), Kirkee, Pune - 411 003.

Member

7.

Mr. Vimal Malhotra, Sr. Manager H. R. General Motors Pvt. Ltd., Talegaon, Dist. Pune

Member

8.

Mr. Ukhalikar (Inspector)  , Regional Office, Ghole Road, Pune - 411 005. (Representative from State Director)

Member

9.

Mr. Nilesh M. Sawant , Manager - Training Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Automotive Sector, Pune .

Member

10.

Mrs. S.A. Ballal, (Empl. Officer) , Employment Exchange, Pimpri, Pune - 18.

Member 

11.

Mr. Shendrikar , Training Manager Tharmaks India Ltd., Pune - 411 018.

Member 

12.

Mr. R. S. Kamble, (Empl. Officer) , District Employment Office, 481, Rasta Peth, Pune - 11.

Member 

13.

Mr. Shashikant Joshi , Pimpri, Pune - 18.

Member 

14.

Ms. N. S. Jagtap , (COE Trainee) I.T.I. Aundh, Pune - 7

Member 

Schemes

  • CRAFTSMAN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS)
  • APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING SCHEME (ATS)
  • ADVANCED VOCATIONAL TRAINING SYSTEM(AVTS)
  • HI-TECH TRAINING SCHEME
  • CENTER OF EXCELLENCE (COE)
  • PRODUCTION ORIENTED TRAINING SCHEME (POTS)
  • LOKSEVA KENDRA
  • MAGEL TYALA VYAVSAY PRASHIKSHAN
  • NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME(NSS)
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  • ARITISEN TO TECHNOCRAT

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Courses Available

Center Of Excellence ( COE )

Concept

Union Finance Minister in his Budget speech 2004-05 had announced measures for upgradation of 500 ITIs in the country. Subsequently the action has been initiated for upgradation of 100 ITIs from domestic resources and 400 ITIs through World Bank Assistance under Vocational Training Improvement Project ( VTIP).

Highlight of the scheme are

1. Integrated skill training approach - multi skill & specialized skill modular training catering to the need of cluster of industries around the Institute.
2. Dedicated approach to develop world class work force.
3. Modern infrastructure, amenities and beautiful environment.
4. Development of teaching and managerial staff for Center of excellence.

ITI has been upgraded into Centre of Excellence in Automobile Sector.

Broad Based Basic Training

Name of the Basic Module

Period

Affiliation No.

Intake Capacity

No. of Admitted Candidates

Entry Qualification

Name of Instructor of BBBT Module

ABT - 01 - Basic Fitting & Measurement

8 Weeks

 

16

16

SSC Pass

 

ABT - 02 - Basic Sheet Metal & Welding

8 Weeks

 

16

16

SSC Pass

 

ABT - 03 - Basic Electrical & Electronics

8 Weeks

 

16

16

SSC Pass

 

ABT - 04 - Basic Microprocessor & Computer Operation

8 Weeks

 

16

16

SSC Pass

 

ABT - 05 - Basics of Diesel & Petrol Engines

8 Weeks

 

16

16

SSC Pass

 
ABT - 06 - Basics of Transmission, Suspension, Steering               System & Brakes

8 Weeks

 

16

16

SSC Pass  

Advance Modular Training

Name of the Advance Module

Period

Affiliation No.s

Intake Capacity

No. of Admitted Candidates

Entry Qualifications

Name of Training Officers of Advance Module

11 Advanced module – 03

06 Months File Submitted     10th  pass + BBBT

AAT - 01 - Servicing & overhauling of Automobile (Petrol)

32

32

 

AAT - 02 - Servicing & overhauling of Automobile (Diesel)

 

32

32

 

AAT - 03 - Auto Electricals, Auto Electronics & Air Conditioning in Automobiles

 

32
32
 

Conventional Trades

Sr. No.

Details about trades in ITI

Duration

Engineering/ Non Engineering Trades

Affiliation Nos

Intake Capacity

Seats Available for Aug 2009 Entry qualification Year of Starts

No. Of Units

1

Carpenter
2 Yr N   32 32

8TH Pass

  2

2

Foundry men
  E   32
32
8TH Pass   2

 

Welder

1 Yr

 

E   36
36
8TH Pass   2

4

Plumber

1 Yr

E  

32

32

8TH Pass

  2

5

Mason ( Building Construction )
1 Yr E   32
32
8TH Pass   2

6

Sheet Metal Work
1 Yr E   32
32
8TH Pass   2

7

Plastic Processing Operator
1 Yr E   48
48
8TH Pass   3

8

Mechanic Diesel 1 Yr E   16 16 10th pass   1

9

Cutting & Sewing

1 Yr N   32
32
8 th Std. Pass
  2

10

Photographer
1 Yr N   16
16
10TH PASS   1

11

Stenography ( English )
1 Yr N   16
16
12TH PASS   1

12

Secretarial Practice
1 Yr N   16
16
12TH PASS   1
13 Desk Top Publishing Operator
1 Yr N   20
20
12TH PASS   1
14 Computer Operator & Programming Assistant
1 Yr N   40
40
12TH PASS   2
15 Stenography ( Marathi ) (S.C.V.T.) 1 Yr N   16 16 12TH PASS   1
16 Wiremen
)
2 Yr     32
32
8 th Std. Pass
  2
17 Painter ( General )
2 Yr     32 32 8 th Std. Pass
  2
18 D'men Civil
2 Yr     32 32 10TH PASS   2
19 D'men Mechanical
2 Yr     32 32 10TH PASS   2
20 Surveyor
2 Yr     32 32 10TH PASS   2
21 Mechanic Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
2 Yr     32 32 10TH PASS   2
22 Electronics ( Mechanic )
2 Yr     16 16 10TH PASS   1
23 Mechanic Motor Vehicle
2 Yr     16 16 10TH PASS   1
24 Electroplater
2 Yr     32 32 10TH PASS   2
25 Electrician
2 Yr     64 64 10TH PASS   4
26 Instrument Mechanic
2 Yr     16 16 10TH PASS   1
27 Machinist (Grinder)
2 Yr     60 60 10TH PASS   5
28 Fitter
2 Yr     60 60 10TH PASS   5
29 Turner
2 Yr     48 48 10TH PASS   4
30 Machinist
2 Yr     84 84 10TH PASS   7
31 Mechanic Cum Operator Electronics Communication-
 System (MOECS
2 Yr         10TH PASS    
32 Tool & Die Maker ( Jigs & Fixture )

3 Yr     16 16 10TH PASS   1
33 Tool & Die Maker ( Moulds & Dies ) 3 Yr     32 32 10TH PASS   2
34 Mechanic Machine Tools Maintenance 3 Yr     32 32 10TH PASS   2

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Admission Criterion

Center Of Excellence

Course –

ABT - 01 - Basic Fitting & Measurement
ABT - 02 - Basic Sheet Metal & Welding
ABT - 03 - Basic Electrical & Electronics
ABT - 04 - Basic Microprocessor & Computer Operation
ABT - 05 - Basics of Diesel & Petrol Engines
ABT - 06 - Basics of Transmission, Suspension, Steering  System & Brakes

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

Batch Size :-  6 Modules  of 16 trainees each

AAT - 01 - Servicing & overhauling of Automobile (Petrol)
AAT - 02 - Servicing & overhauling of Automobile (Diesel)
AAT - 03 - Auto Electricals, Auto Electronics & Air Conditioning in Automobiles

Eligibility  :- 10TH PASS + BBBT

Batch Size :-  3 Modules  of 32 trainees each

 

CONVENTIONAL TRADES

Three Year Engineering

1. Tool & Die Maker ( Jigs & Fixture )
2. Tool & Die Maker ( Moulds & Dies )
3. Mechanic Machine Tools Maintenance

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

Two Year Engineering

1. Wiremen
2. Painter ( General )

Eligibility  :- 8th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

Two Year Engineering

1. D'men Civil
2. D'men Mechanical
3. Surveyor
4. Mechanic Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
5. Electronics ( Mechanic )
6. Mechanic Motor Vehicle
7. Electroplater
8. Electrician
9. Instrument Mechanic
10. Machinist (Grinder)
11. Fitter
12. Turner
13. Machinist
14. Mechanic Cum Operator Electronics Communication-
15. System (MOECS)

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

One Year Engineering

1) Carpenter
2) Foundry men
3) Welder
4) Plumber
5) Mason ( Building Construction )
6) Sheet Metal Work


Eligibility  :- 8th  Pass

One Year Engineering

1. Plastic Processing Operator
2. Mechanic Diesel

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

One Year NonEngineering

1 .Cutting & Sewing

Eligibility  :- 8th  Pass

One Year NonEngineering
1. Photographer

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

One Year NonEngineering
1. Stenography ( English )
2. Secretarial Practice
3. Desk Top Publishing Operator
4. Computer Operator & Programming Assistant
5. Stenography ( Marathi ) (S.C.V.T.)

Eligibility  :- 12th  Pass

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Best Practices

Magel Tyala Vyavsay Prakshishan

Under the scheme, the candidates from SC,ST,VT,NT,SBC are trained in employment- self employment oriented short term training course free of cost in ITIs and support them to be self reliant. Such type of scheme is started first time in the country by Mahrashtra State. 

Highlights of the scheme

* No training fees.
* Stipend Rs. 100/- per month.
* Add on training on Entrepreneurship development.
* Free Toolkits are distributed in service trades.  

 

Artizen To Technocrat

Introduction

There is considerable population of the workers working in unorganized and informal sector. They have good hand on skills but do not possess certificates due to which they do not get better future opportunities. Also ITI pass outs have very limited vertical mobility. In order to over come this social problem, the scheme is introduced in the state from 2005. Under the scheme, Six skill levels are defined, skill testing is carried out and certificates are honored.

Objectives

* To provide opportunity to Artisans from unorganized and informal sector for certification of their skill level by skill testing.

* To develop artizen up to technocrat level by making available vocational diploma & degree Education.

* To provide opportunity of vertical mobility to ITI pass outs i.e. vocational diploma & degree Education

Strenghthening the Production Orientented Scheme ( P.O.T.S.)

Introduction -
The scheme is based on the principle 'Earn while learn.' The scheme is being implemented in the state since 1981. Under the scheme job /service orders are taken from the market and works is undertaken by trainees and trainers during the training. Share of the labour charges is given to students. This improves the employability and self confidence of the students and develops awareness about quality of production & services required to Industries & society. The students also enjoy working on the productive jobs. The scheme benefits the Institutes for generation of revenues for development of the Institutes and reduction in expenditure on raw material required for the training .

 
Under this scheme of POTS the following jobs are under taken.
1.
* Machining job work. * Service job orders. * Construction and repair works . * Plumbing.
* Furniture making * Garment stitching. * Printing & book binding. * Repairs of House hold Appliances. * House wiring. * Repair & servicing of two, three & four wheelers.
* Motor rewinding. * Data Entry. * Plastic processing. * Painting.

 

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Modular Employable Scheme ( MES)

Objective

* 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 candidates are tested and certified under the scheme.

* To build capacity in the area of development of competency standards, course curricula, learning material and assessment standards in the country

Highlights of the scheme 

* Demand driven short term training courses based on Modular Employable Skills (MES) decided in consultation with Industry. MES is the 'minimum skills set' which is sufficient for gainful employment.

* Central government facilitates and promotes training while industry, private sector and state government trains the persons.

* Optimum utilization of existing infrastructure to make training cost effective.


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MoU With Industries

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP WITH TATA MOTORS LTD. PUNE

The Institute is fast emerging as Global Institute in the country . The academic year 2008-09 has been very Special and memorable year for the Institute.

The Tata Motors Ltd. Pimpri, Pune adopted this Institute for upgradation of Centre of Excellence (Automobile sector) through Public Private Partnership under the scheme 'Adopt ITI Initiative' propelled by Hob'ble Prime Minister of India.


The Tata Motors adopting the ITI Aundh Pune shall provide -

* In plant training for the trainees and faculty.
* Dissemination of good management practices to upgrade the skills of the students.
* Upgradating of the syllabus and training modules to match Industry expectations.
   Would also specify the specific courses to be undertaken e.g. training in Computer
   Hardware etc.
* Bringing experts with hands of experience from industry and other Fields of eminence.
* Retraining the faculty, wherever required and assistance in skill training of Instructors in
   industry and industrial units of the trainees.
* Explore possibilities of providing practical training in industrial units to the trainees as well
   as staff.
* Explore possibilities to sponsor candidates for training at the ITI On payment basis to
  generate revenue.
* Assistance in getting outside job orders.
* Assistance in placement of trainees after completion of training in the industry.

QUALITY POLICY  


We are Committed to -
* World Class Training
* Follow TQM techniques i.e. JIT, 5S, TPM, TEI
* Follow Just in Time Work Culture
* Follow 5'S' Principles
* Safely and hygiene of our trainees and staff.
* Develop our trainee globally competitive with
* 100% satisfaction of Industries
* Adopt Modern Technology.

 
   


Objective

* To develop skills, keeping in mind emerging occupations and changing nature of work as a result of technological changes and workplace processes, to enhanced employment - self employment potential of the youth.

* To supply skilled manpower to Industries as per their need.

* To develop employment-self employment oriented Vocational skills among illiterates, school dropouts, workers in unorganized sector, candidates registered in employment exchanges, self help groups irrespective of their age and educational background, to make them self reliant.

* To make the Institutions more responsive and proactive, with regard to the kind of suggestions and recommendations made by the Industries, to develop constructive partnership between Industry and Institute.

* To offer training for the various high end and low end activities in the Industry base sector and Service sectors.

* To restructure operation of Vocational Training to enhance the quality, utility and effectiveness in the context of changing technologies and requirements in the labour market.

* To offer training on issues related to customer handling, communication, interpersonal skills, sales management, etc.

* To reduce the burden of unemployment.


Employment Generating Sectors

* Information Technology
* Call Centres/BPOs
* Retailing Sector
* Hospitality Industry
* Apparel and Fashion Technology
* Beauty culture
* Agriculture sector ( Horticulture, Fruit & Food processing etc.)
* Multimedia and advertising
* Automobile sector
* Refrigeration - Air-conditioning

The Beneficiaries

* 10th and 12th Pass students
* School Dropouts including 10th and 12th Std.
* Workers in Unorganized Sector
* Self help groups.
* Candidates registered in Employment Exchanges
* Any other candidates of any age with or without any Educational backgrounds
   All Elements of the Society

What is Vocational Training ?

A planned process to modify attitude, knowledge and skill behavior through learning experience to achieve effective performance in an activity or range of activities. Its purpose, in the work situation, is to develop the abilities of the individual and to satisfy the current and future manpower needs of the organization.

Vocational Training Schemes in ITI

* Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS)
* Community Service Centre (Lokseva Kendra Yojana)
* Apprenticeship Training Scheme (ATS)
* Vocational Training on Demand (Magel Tyala Vyavsay Prashikshan)
* Advance Vocational Training System (AVTS)
* Artizen to Technocrat
* Hi-tech Training Scheme
* Production Oriented Training Scheme (POTS)
* Upgradation of ITIs in to Centre of Excellence
* Modular Employable Skills (MES)
* Upgradation of ITIs under Public Private Partnership (Adopt ITI Initiative)
* National Service Scheme (NSS)

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