Industrial Training Institute, Sangli

Center Of Excellence : Production  & Manufacture Sector

About Us

History

        The total land of the institute is 28 Acre and 3Gunte out of which total built up area is about 8000 sq. mtrs.  aprox.The Institute has main administrative building, two workshops, and also residential quarters provided for  Staff members of the Institute. The Institute also has only boy’s hostel which has intake capacity of one hundred and fifty students.

Brief Information

       Has been started by Goverment of maharashtra on 5th December, 1962 as per the G.R.no.TSA-4260/114443.And which is affiliated to the National Council for Vocational Training in carrying out the training policy laid down by National Council,New Delhi.

 

Profile

State
Maharashtra
District
Sangli
Name Of ITI

Industrial Training Institute , Sangli

Street Address                                                                

Vasandada Audhyogik Vasahat , Sangli

City Sangli
Name of the Principal

Shri P. L. Saygaonkar

Mobile No. of Principal

9921534565

Telephone No of ITI          0233- 2310139 , 2312601 
Fax No of ITI 22-24368581
e-mail ID  iti_sangli@yahoo.co.in   
Number of Staff                120
Number of Enrollments 808
Year of Establishment        August 1962

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

MoU With Industries

Staff Details

Training Career & Placement Office

Presentations

Key Performance Indicator

Photo Gallery
Other Site Links

 

 

Road Map

 

View Of ITI

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Our Campus

Land available : 28 Acre and 3Gunte

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Institute Management Committee

Structure of IMC

        As per D.G.E.T guidelines and state government policy, GR.NO.ITI 1002/89 dated 12 July 2002, and ITI 1007(160/07 WS 2) dated 30 June 2007 Institute Management Committee is established.

        The main aim of the committee is to help forecast emerging skills requirements and according to the need of industries revise the syllabus to meet the latest technological needs. Increase the units of essential trades. It also helps to improve existing skill of instructor and other ministerial staff by helping to organize various training programs. On job training is given to the students and also a valuable technical help is provided for the machine repairs Various seminars, technical exhibition are also arranged. It helps to generate maximum opportunities regarding employment and self employment to the trainees. Maximum revenue generation and its utilization for the development for the Institute through the P.O.T.S.is done by this committee. The total growth and development of the institute is constantly monitored by the IMC Members and maintain a good liaising between the institute and industry.

                                                                  
DETAILS OF MEMBERS OF IMC

Sr.
No

Name of Chairman & Member

Address of Member

1.

Shri.A. M. Chincholkar. , Kirloskar brothers Ltd. Kirloskar wadi, Dist. Sangli.

Chairman

2.

Shri P.L.Saigaonkar ,DVETO & Principal of ITI Sangli

Secretary

3.

Shri. A.D. Jadhav ,Ex. Director DVET- Mumbai      

Member

4.

Shri .S.A.Udagave. ,Chougule Industries, Sangli.

Member

5.

Shri.A.T.Joshi. , Hitech Sintered Pvt.Ltd.

Member

6.

Shri. K.N. Patwardhan , Excellent Engg.India, Pvt.Ltd

Member

7.

Shri. K.S.Bhandari ,A.K.S.Industries ,Miraj

Member

8.

Shri. V.R.Ghagare , Asst. Apprenticeship Adviser, I.T.I., Sangli

Member

9.

Asst. Director. , District Employment & Self Employment Officer, Sangli

Member

10.

Gen. Manager , District Industrial Center.Sangli

Member 

11.

Representative of lead bank , Bank of India Dist. lead bank

Member 

12.

Shri G.N.Pore. Senior Employee, Industrial Training Institute, Sangli

Member 

Schemes

  • CRAFTSMAN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS)
  • APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING SCHEMES (ATS)
  • CENTER OF EXCELLENCE (COE)
  • PRODUCTION ORIENTED TRAINING SCHEMES
  • SHORT TERM COURSES IN LOKSEVA KENDRA
  • NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME
  • MODULAR EMPLOYABLE SKILLS SCHEME

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Courses Available

Center Of Excellence ( COE )

Concept

The  main objectives is to upgrade the existing it is into “CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE” for producing multi skilled modular workforce of  world standard by:-

    1. Introduction of new multi – skilling modular courses as per needs of the industry and to provide employment skills.
    2. Improvement of physical infrastructure facilities like buildings, equipment.
    3. Adoption of new training technology with close involvement of industry and other stakholder in planning and implementation of training programmes.
    4. Empowering this center by providing sufficient autonomy in academic, adminstrative, financial and management matters.
    5. Genarating income and invesment for institutional development
    6. Introduction short – term training programmes for industrial / service sector personnel as per their specific requirments.
    7. Buildings up partnership with the nearby industries and setting up of institute managing committees  (IMCS) To make training wholly demand drilven.

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

Basic Fitting & Measurement

8 Weeks

 

16

 

125

 

 

 

 

10th Pass

N A Shinde

Basic S M W & Welding

8 Weeks

 

16

S  S  Anande

Basic Electrical ,Electronics & computer skill

8 Weeks

 

16

V. P. Atugadepatil

Basic Turning & Grinding (with material &keat treatment )

8 Weeks

 

16

P.B. Porlekar

Basic milling & Gear cutting (with planning shaping &sloffing )

8 Weeks

 

16

L. Y. Birajdar

Basic CNC Programming & operation &Hydrawides & pneamatiecs

8 Weeks

 

16

F  D  Maner

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

CNC modeling

32

41

A S Ladage

Man of Jig & Fix

32

26

S K Gosavi

Advance Welding

32

27

R K Sawalajkar

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

No. Of Units

1

Mechanic (Diesel)

1 Yr E

Before 1969

32

32

S.S.C.pass

2

2

Welder (Gas & Electric)

1 Yr E

Before 1969

36

36

8th pass

3

3

Foundry man

1 Yr E

Before 1969

32

32

8th pass

2

4

Sheet Metal Worker

1 Yr E

Before 1969

32

32

8th pass

2

5

Carpenter

1 Yr E

Before 1969

16

16

8th pass

1

6

Mason (Building Constructor)

1 Yr E

Before 1969

16

16

8th pass

1

7

Computer Operator & Prog .Assistance.

1 Yr N

DGET-12/1/99TC

40

40

H.S.C pass

2

8

Stenography (English)

1 Yr N

Before 1969

16

16

S.S.C pass

1

9

Hair & Skin Care

1 Yr N

DGET-12/1/2006TC

16

16

S.S.C pass

1

10

Draughtsman (Mechanical)

2 Yr E

Before 1969

32

16

S.S.C pass

2

11

Electrician

2 Yr E

Before 1969

64

16

S.S.C pass

4

12

Wireman

2 Yr E

Before 1969

64

32

8th pass

4

13

Machinist

2 Yr E

Before 1969

84

36

S.S.C pass

7

14

Machinist (Grinder)

2 Yr E

Before 1969

48

24

S.S.C pass

4

15

Turner

2 Yr E

Before 1969

72

24

S.S.C pass

6

16

Fitter

2 Yr E

Before 1969

64

16

S.S.C pass

4

17

Mechanic (Motor Vehicle)

2 Yr E

Before 1969

32

16

S.S.C pass

2

18

Mechanic (Radio & T.V.)

2 Yr E

Before 1969

16

16

S.S.C pass

1

19

Mechanic (Ref, & Air Conditioning)

2 Yr E

DGET-12/1/2004TC

32

16

S.S.C pass

2

20

Electronic Mechanic

2 Yr E

DGET-12/1/1996TC

16

--

S.S.C pass

1

21

Information Tech. & Electronics System Maintenance.

2 Yr E

(S.C.I.R.)Report submitted

16

--

S.S.C pass

1

22

Mechanic Machine Tool Maintenance

3 Yr E

DGET-12/1/2000TC

32

16

S.S.C pass

2

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Admission Criterion

Center Of Excellence

Course –

A) (BBBT)  Basic Module

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

Batch Size :-  6 Modules  of 16 trainees each

 

B) Advance Module

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass + BBBT

Batch Size :-  3 Modules  of 16 trainees each

 

CONVENTIONAL TRADES

Three Year Engineering

1. Mechanic Machine Tool Maintenance

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

Two Year Engineering

1. Draughtsman (Mechanical)

2. Electrician

3. Machinist

4. Machinist (Grinder)

5. Turner

6. Fitter

7. Mechanic (Motor Vehicle)

8. Mechanic (Radio & T.V.)

9. Mechanic (Ref, & Air Conditioning)

10. Electronic Mechanic

11. Information Tech. & Electronics System Maintenance.

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

Two Year Engineering

1. Wireman

Eligibility  :- 8th  Pass

One Year Engineering

1. Mechanic (Diesel)

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

One Year Engineering

1. Welder (Gas & Electric)

2. Foundry man

3. Sheet Metal Worker

4. Carpenter

5. Mason (Building Constructor)

Eligibility  :- 8th  Pass

One Year Non-Engineering

1. Computer Operator & Prog .Assistance.

Eligibility  :- 12th  Pass

One Year Non-Engineering

1. Stenography (English)

2. Hair & Skin Care

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

 

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Best Practices

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

In order to increase the skills imparted to trainees by way of giving on job training to trainees and also to arouse the interest and confidence in the trainees, P.O.T scheme has been fortified. The revenue generated through the scheme shall be used for the institute development.

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

Objectives

  1. To upgrade the practical skill & professional skill of the trainees and enable them for on job training for employments as well as self employment.
  2. Correlate with day today‘s practical trend of industries.
  3. To develop confidence and skill among the trainees by carrying out production job work from the industry.
  4. Generate revenue by optimum utilizing the existing infrastructure and manpower.
  5. To give benefits to the trainees by improving interaction of the Institute with Industrial organizations.
  6. Develop the institute with the help of the revenue generated through this scheme.

Benefits

To the Trainees

        Improvement in skill and practice.

        Improvement in market awareness.

        On the job training built confidence in the trainees.

        Apprentice ship / employment / self employment opportunities made available through industrial                   interactions.

To the Institute

          A name in the market of employment & self employment.

          Skilled & confident trainees.

          With the help of revenue generated possibility in fulfillment in basic needs of the institute.

          Improved interaction between Institute and Industrial organizations.

To the Government

          Improvement in self employment & employment.

          Reduction in unemployment.

          Utilization of skilled manpower.

          Development in lifestyle as reduction in unemployment.

          Self generated revenue through the scheme.   

To the people

          Easy availability of Technical services when it needs.

Modular Employable Scheme ( MES)

         The need for giving emphasis on skill development for less educated, poor, and out of school candidates has been highlighted in various forums. The skill level and education of the youth determines the productivity, income levels and which ultimately results in national growth rate. Hence identification of minimum skill is sufficient to get an employment. The scheme allows upgrading skills, multiskillng and lifelong learning opportunities to the interested candidates in a very and vast flexible manner. The module in a particular sector when grouped together could lead to a qualification equivalent to National Trade Certificate.

Benefit to Whom

  1. Workers seeking certification of their skills acquired informally
  2. Workers seeking skill up gradation
  3. Early school drop outs and unemployment
  4. Previously child labour and their family

Following short term course are running under the scheme

  1. Basic Turning
  2. Advance Turning
  3. C.N.C. Turning
  4. Basic Milling
  5. Advance Milling
  6. C.N.C Milling

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME

        Extra curricular activities are the activities apart from curriculum that bring out the hidden talent of the student. The education of technician is incomplete without a well developed personality and also a sense of commitment to the society. In order that the technician should have a sense of social service and also to develop personality D.V.E.T. has started National Service Scheme in 24th of September 2003.Under the regular yearly programmes and special residential camp of ten days community welfare projects like anti addiction drives, road making & widening, cleaning and repairs of drainage system, removing mud from wells, bandhara etc, activities are carried out through N.S.S. by the participation of students. The technical needs of the villagers such as plumbing, electrical wiring ,repairs of home appliances, drainage planning etc are also fulfilled during this special camp. Such various programmes help student to get well aware about the society, discipline, health, and also self dependence. This improves democratize and co operative feelings and promotes national unity and integrity of the nation.

LOKSEVA KENDRA

Short Term Courses

Objective

  1. Flexible part time education to the drop out candidates.
  2. Provide technical and practical training to the needy persons.
  3. Proper & optimum utilization of the existing infrastructure.
  4. Utilize trained staff to guide.
  5. Aware people regarding fulfillment of their own day-today’s needs such as – Repairing of the building, Carpentry, Electrical wiring, Electrical equipment repairs, Radio / TV / Refrigerator repairs etc.
  6. Provide industry based training according to the industrial needs.
  7. Help to earn money and reduce unemployment.

Benefits

  1. A source of income for trained youths who work in Lokseva Kendra.
  2. Increases job opportunities to unemployed youth.
  3. The authorized service centre can provide services at the moderate rates. This is beneficial to society and also economical backward class.
  4. Short term courses under Lokseva Kendra generate revenue for the Government.

 

 

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Key Performace Indicators

Sr.No. Key Performance Indicators Information Remarks
1
Total Sanctioned seats (Senior + Junior Batch including both)

968

 
2
Total Number of On-roll Trainees (Junior + Senior Batches) as on 1st August 2008.

1016

 
3
Percentage utilization of student seating capacity

100%

 
4
No. of trades.(GCVT + NCVT)

23

 
5
No. of batches (GCVT + NCVT)

65

 
6
Total Number of Trainees who appeared in the Final Examination in July 2008.

CTS          544
COE          98

 
7
Total Number of Trainees who passed in the Final Examination in July 2008

CTS          438
COE          84

 
8
Pass out percentage in August 2008 

CTS-86%
COE-87%

 
9
No. of sanctioned post of teaching staff (All Trade,Maths, Drawing, Social Studies, English and others)

80

 
10
No. of currently filled posts of teaching staff (All Trades,Maths,Drawing,Social Studies,English and others)

78

 
11
No. of sanctioned posts for teaching staff (on Contract Basis - Recruitment by ITI Principal)

Nil

 
12
No. of currently filled posts of teaching staff (on Contract Basis - Recruitment by ITI Principal)

Nil

 
13
No. of sanctioned post of non-teaching staff (including Principal)

41

 
14
No. of currently filled posts of non-teaching staff (including Principal)

37

 
15
No. of teaching staff sent for Training (from 01 April 2008 onwards till date)

Nil

 
16
Total Plan Budget Provision for the current financial year 2008-09

11029904

 
17

Total Plan Budget Expenditure during the current financial year 2008-09 (upto 31st July 2008)

11100875

 
18
Total Non-Plan Budget Provision for the current financial year 2008-09

28093416

 
19
Total Non-Plan Budget Expenditure during the current financial year 2008-09 (upto 31st July 2008)

25770000

 
20
Total Budget Provision (Plan + Non-Plan) for Students' Stipend in ITI during current financial year 2008-09

162000

 
21
Total Expenditure on Students' Stipend in ITI during the current financial year 2008-09 (upto 31 July 2008)

130243

 
22
No of Campus Interview held during the Year 2007-2008

12

 
23
No. of Expert Faculties invited from Industries as Guest Lecturer (Attach a Separate Paper with List of Names, designation, telephone, mobile, Name of industry, address)

06

 
24
No.of IMC Meeting held ( Current Year Financial Year 2008-09 )

05

 
25
No.of IMC Meeting held (Progressive (Starting from formation of IMC) )

30

 

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