Industrial Training Institute, Karad

Center Of Excellence : PRODUCTION & MANUFACTURING

 

About Us

History

Effective industry institute linkage is essential to improve the relevance of training in the ITIs with the labour market needs. Institute Management Committee (IMC) is constituted with this objective also helps in minimizing the gap between expectation of industry and out put of the institute. Institute Management Committee provides the platform for closer interaction with the industry which is very vital for successful implementation of Vocational Training Programme.

Institute Management Committee consists of 05 members from industry including Chairman from industry and a member of industry association. 05 members are from government side which represents other important stake holder namely student representative, faculty representative, member from Employment Exchange and the Principal of the Institute.

Institute Management Committee is empowered for addition of new trade, deletion of obsolete trades, modification/revamping of syllabus, assessing requirement of the faculty training, student selection, staff selection, deciding on the machinery requirement and preparing specification for it, arranging workshop seminars and industrial visits, sanctioning the scholarship to the deserving eligible trainees, under taking revenue generation activities and donation of machinery equipments.

Profile

State
Maharashtra
District
Satara
Name Of ITI

Industrial Training Institute , Karad

Street Address                                                                

Industrial Training Institute, Vidyanagar Saidapur ,Karad ,Dist-Satara -415115

City Karad
Name of the Principal

Shri. MANE D.B.            

Mobile No. of Principal 9421128296 
Telephone No of ITI          02164/271449
Fax No of ITI 02164/271449
e-mail ID  govtitikrd@yahoo.co.in
Number of Staff                158
Number of Enrollments 816
Year of Establishment        August 1959

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

MoU With Industries

Training Career & Placement Office

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Institute Management Committee

Effective industry institute linkage is essential to improve the relevance of training in the ITIs with the labour market needs. Institute Management Committee (IMC) is constituted with this objective also helps in minimizing the gap between expectation of industry and out put of the institute. Institute Management Committee provides the platform for closer interaction with the industry which is very vital for successful implementation of Vocational Training Programme.

Institute Management Committee consists of 05 members from industry including Chairman from industry and a member of industry association. 05 members are from government side which represents other important stake holder namely student representative, faculty representative, member from Employment Exchange and the Principal of the Institute.

Institute Management Committee is empowered for addition of new trade, deletion of obsolete trades, modification/revamping of syllabus, assessing requirement of the faculty training, student selection, staff selection, deciding on the machinery requirement and preparing specification for it, arranging workshop seminars and industrial visits, sanctioning the scholarship to the deserving eligible trainees, under taking revenue generation activities and donation of machinery equipments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROLE OF IMC

  • Generation & Utilization of Finance
  • Donation of Machinery & Equipments
  • Selection of Contract Faculty
  • Students Selection
  • Employment to the passed out trainees
  • Faculty & Staff Development
  • Mentors & One-day Lecturers (Guest Lecturer
  • Organizing Seminars, Workshops & Exhibitions
  • Trade Advisory Committee (TAC)
  • Industrial Training
  • Curriculum Revamping
  • Equipment Maintenance
  • Up-gradation of Teaching Aids
  • Developing MIS System
  • Capital Expenditure
  • Examination Supervision
  • Faculty Evaluation
  • Transfer for Faculty
  • Faculty Deputation
  • Framing Consultancy Rules

Institute Management Committee of Industrial Training Institute, KARAD, meets regularly and has contributed significantly in implementing the scheme of Center of Excellence for Production & Manufacturing Sector. It is also instrumental in obtaining donation from local industries, faculty development, industrial visits and placement of the trainees.

 

 

DETAILS OF MEMBERS OF IMC

Sr.
No

Name of Chairman & Member

Address of Member

1.

Shri N K Rao Sr.Divisional Manager ,M/s Emerson Climate Technologies India Ltd.

Chairman

2.

Shri D.B. Mane ,Principal Industrial Training Institute Karad Dist- Satara

Member

3.

Shri S . S. Soman ,General Manager Manufacturing Services Kirloskar Brothers Ltd, Kirloskarwadi

Member

4.

Shri G N Jadhav . ,Proprietor M/s R.G.Industries Malkapur Karad

Member

5.

Shri R.G. Shende ., Dirctor ShriRefregeretion,Ogalewadi Karad

Member

6.

Shri Sandip Kotnis , MANEGING PARTNER M/sHindustanStructurals Ogalewadi Karad

Member

7.

Shri P.H. DAMODARE , Districit Vocational Education & Training Officer, Satara

Member

8.

Shri S.S. Surawase ,General Manager,District Industries Centre, Satara

Member

9.

Shri D.G. Kumbhar ,District Employment & Self Empolyment officer, Satara

Member

10.

Shri R.S. Prabhune , Manager, Bank of Maharashtra Branch Saidapur , Tal-Karad

Member 

11.

Shri A.R. More Group Instructor ITI Karad Dist-Satara

Member 

Schemes

  • CRAFTSMAN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS)
  • APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING SCHEME (ATS)
  • CENTER OF EXCELLENCE (COE)
  • PRODUCTION ORIENTED TRAINING SCHEME (POTS)
  • LOKSEVA KENDRA
  • MAGEL TYALA VYAVSAY PRASHIKSHAN
  • NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME (NSS)
  • MODULAR EMPLOYABLE SKILL (MES)

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Courses Available

Center Of Excellence ( COE )

Concept

Keeping in view the importance of Vocational Training Finance Minister,in the Bodget speech 2004-05 has stressedthat skills imparted by ITIs must keep pace with the techological demands of the Industry and the expanding universe of knowledge to produce world class workforce. he also welcomed Chamber of Commerce and Industry to join hands with the Government and create a public-private partnership model for designing and implementing the scheme .In this connections ,Govt ofIndia proposes ton launch a programme in the central sector to upgrade 500 ITIs over the next five years at the rate of 100 ITIs a year .Accordingly,DGE&T ,MoLhas proposed to take up a scheme to upgrade the 500 existing ITIS into" Centers of excellence". The main thurst of the programme will be to provide appropriate infrastructure ,equipment , update syllabi and introduce new trades . These Centre of Excellence will cater to the skill requirements of the cluster of Industries in the particular areas by organizing multi-skilling courses on modular pattern . 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 & MESUREMENT

8 Week

 

16

16

10th Pass

Mr. Patil B.L.

TURNING & GRINDING

8 Weeks

 

16

16

10th Pass

Mr.PAWAR A.D.

 

BASIC ELECTRIC & ELECTRONICS & COMPUTER SKILL

8 Weeks

 

16

16

10th Pass

Mr.Bhosale A.S.

 

C.N.C. PROGRAMMING & OPERATION & HYDROULIC & PNUMATIC

8 Weeks

 

16

16

10th Pass

Mr.Mandave S.A.

 

MILLING & GEAR CUTTING

8 Weeks

 

16

16

10th Pass

Mr.Bhosale S.D.

 

SHEETMETAL WORK & WELDING

8 Weeks

 

16

16

10th Pass

Mr.Shete S.R.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

C.N.C.

32

32

Shri  Detake J. P.

JIGS & FIXTURES

 

32

32

Shri Karape K. T.

ADVANCED WELDING

 

32
32
Shri Devkule V. S.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Speciliazed Module

Name of the Specialized Module Name of Industries where facilities of specialized module training is available No. of seats located under apprenticeship act Name of industries where job opportunities available

CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR        

Precision  Master , KARAD
Datta  Tools Pvt  Ltd. , Chachegaon. Sidheshwar Auto  Industries , OGALEWADI Quadramatic Engg. Pvt. Ltd. , KARAD     TNJ Module Tech. Pvt.Ltd. , TASWADE Accumax Products , MALKAPUR      Creative Industries , MALKAPUR    Shrirang Industries, TASWADE      Emerson Cliamate Technologies (INDIA) Ltd. ,KARAD

40 Seats

 

 

 
ADVANCE WELDER    

M/s Precision Components , OGALEWADI

M/s Perfect Coolers , OGALEWADI

Shri  Laxmi Industries ,OGALEWADI

Alfa R S & Furnitures, MALKAPUR

Shri Refrigeration  Pvt Ltd., OGALEWADI

Omkar Enterprises, OGALEWADI

TNJ Module Tech. Pvt.Ltd., TASWADE

Jampo Fabrictors,, KARAD

Anuprit Spears  Repearing ,, KARAD

Hematic Motors Pvt Ltd., KARAD

Emerson Cliamate Technologies (INDIA) Ltd. , KARAD

Prerna Fab Tech , MALKAPUR

Yashwantrao Mohite Krishna Sahkari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd. , KARAD

Deshpande Industries, KARAD

30 Seats

 

 
JIGS & FIXTURE MAKER    

Datta  Tools Pvt  Ltd., CHACHEGAON

Pressmatic Electro Stampings  Pvt Ltd, KARAD

Creative Industries, MALKAPUR

Emerson Cliamate Technologies (INDIA) Ltd. , KARAD

25 Seats  
QUALITY ASSURANCE ASSISTANT           

Pressmatic Electro Stampings  Pvt Ltd, KARAD

Quadramatic Engg. Pvt. Ltd., KARAD

Creative Industries, MALKAPUR

Emerson Cliamate Technologies (INDIA) Ltd. , KARAD

05 Seats  

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 1 Yr E Before 1969 16 21 10TH Pass Aug.1988

1

2

Welder 1 Yr E Before 1969 36 44   Aug.1960

4

3

Sheet Metal Worker 1 Yr E Before 1969 32 41 10TH Pass Aug.1960

2

4

Tractor Mechanic 1 Yr E Before 1969

32

42

10TH

Aug.1982

2

5

Diesel  Mech. 1 Yr E Before 1969 32 38   Aug.1966 2

6

Plumber 1 Yr E Before 1969 16 19   Aug.2004 1

7

Computer operator & Programming Assistant 1 Yr N DGET12/1/99TC DT.4.11.99 20 26 12th pass 4.11.99 1

8

Fitter 2 Yr E Before 1969 48 64 10th pass Aug.1960 8

9

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Mechanic 2 Yr E DGET/12/1/99TC .DT25.6.99 16 21 12th pass Aug.1989 2

10

Turner 2 Yr E Before 1969 48 52   Aug.1960 8

11

Machinist 2 Yr E Before 1969 48 56 10TH PASS Aug.1960 8

12

Electrician 2 Yr E DGET/12/2/93 TC /30.6.94 32 42  

Aug.1960

4

13
Wireman 2 Yr E Brfore 1969 16 21   Aug.1960 2
14
Mech.Radio T V 2 Yr E Before 1969 16 21   Aug.1999 2
15
D” Man Mechanic 2 Yr E Before 1969 16 21   Aug.1960 2
16
Surveyor 2 Yr E Before 1969 16 21   Aug.1969 1
17
D” Civil 2 Yr E Before 1969 16 21   Aug.1969 1
18
Mech.General Elect. 2 Yr E DGET12/2/95TC /DT25.6.99 16 21   25.3.94 1
19
Grinder 2 Yr E Before 1969 24 30   Aug.1966 4
20
Mechanic  Motor Vehicle 2 Yr E Brfore 1969 16 21   Aug.1982 2
21
Mech.Machine Tool Mainta. 3 Yr E DGET/12/1/200TC /7.7.2000 16 0   Aug.2000 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 32 trainees each

 

CONVENTIONAL TRADES

Three Year Engineering

1. Mech.Machine Tool Mainta.

Two Year Engineering

1. Fitter

2. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Mechanic

3. Turner

4. Machinist

5. Electrician

6. Wireman

7. Mech.Radio T V

8. D” Man Mechanic

9. Surveyor

10. D” Civil

11. Mech.General Elect.

12. Grinder

13. Mechanic  Motor Vehicle

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

One Year Engineering

1) Carpenter  
2) Welder

3) Sheet Metal Worker

4) Tractor Mechanic

5) Plumber


Eligibility  :- 8th  Pass

1) Diesel  Mech.

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

One Year Engineering

1) Computer operator & Programming Assistant

Eligibility  :- 12th  Pass

 

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Best Practices

Magel Tyala Vyavsay Prakshishan

              This course includes only SC & VJNT catagories .This  training is totally free &  has not age &

education  limit for candidates.

Benefits:--
         1) In course duration getting stipend  Rs- 100/- per month to the candidate.
         2) Institute  certificate
         3)More practical knowledge.

          Following courses are under this scheme

1)BASIC ELECTRICAL TRAINING 
2)REPAIR OF HOME APPLIENCES 
3)HOUSE WIRING
4)ELECTRICAL CHOKE & CFL ASSEMBLING
5)ARMATURE  WINDING
6)REPAIRING OF AC / DC MOTORS
7)REPAIR OF ELECTRICAL POWER TOOLS
8)MAINTENANCE OF BATTARIES etc.

Courses Under This Scheme

SR.NO.

COURSE NAME

INSTRUCTOR NAME

1

BASIC ELECTRICAL

SHRI.GARUD B.M.

2

BASIC WELDING (ARC)

SHRI.YADAV R.G.

 

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

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

    To the Trainees
  1. Improvement in skill and practice.
  2. Improvement in market awareness.
  3. On the job training built confidence in the trainees
  4. Apprentice ship/employment/self employment opportunities made available through industrial interactions.
    To the Institute
  1. A name in the market of employment/self employment.
  2. Skilled & confident trainees.
  3. With the help of revenue generated possibility in fulfillment in basic needs of the institute.
  4. Improved interaction between Institute and Government, Semi Govt. and Industrial organizations.
    To the Government
  1. Improvement in self employment.
  2. Reduction in unemployment.
  3. Utilization of skilled manpower.
  4. Development in lifestyle as reduction in unemployment.
  5. Self generated revenue through the scheme.
    The people.
  1. Easy availability of Technical services when it needs.

SR.NO.

WORK

INSTRUCTOR NAME

1

FURNITURE MAKING

SHRI.MAHALLE G.H.

2

FABRICATION

SHRI.BAMNE B.A. & SHRI.SUTAR P.S.

3

REFRIGRATION & A.C. REPAIRING

SHRI.PHUTANE V. J. &  SHRI.MUTWALLI A.S.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Modular Employable Scheme ( MES)

Objectives

The need for giving emphasis on the Skill Development, especially for the less educated, poor and out of school youth has been highlighted in various forums. The skill level and educational attainment of the work force determines the productivity income levels as well as the adaptability of the working class in changing environment. Large percentage of population in India is living below poverty line.  One of the important causes is lower percentage of skilled persons in the workforce
     The skill development at present is taking place mostly in the informal way i.e. Persons acquire skill at the work-place when they help their parents relatives and employers etc.  such person do not have a formal certificate and thus earn lower wages and are exploited by employers.  They have come through informal system due to socio-economic circumstances of the family and the compulsions of earning a livelihood rather than attending a formal course.  While their productivity is low their contribution to the national GDP cannot be ignored.  If will not only benefit the workforce to earn a decent living but also contribute to the national economy by better productivity of this workforce.
     Another related problem to be tackled is large number of students drop outs (About 63%of the school students drop out at different stages before reaching Class-X)

Frame work for Skill Development based on ‘Modular Employable Skills (MES)’

 

      Very few opportunities for skill development are available for the above referred groups (out of school youth & existing workers especially in the informal sector).  Most of the existing skill Development programmers are long term in nature.  Poor and less educated persons can not afford long term training programmers due to higher entry qualifications opportunity cost etc.  therefore a new frame work for skill Development for the informal sector has been evolved by the DGET to address to the above mentioned problems. The key features of the new frame work for skill development are:

  • Demand driven short term training courses based on modular employable skills decided in consultation with industry
  •  Flexible delivery mechanism (part time weekends full time)
  •  Different levels of programmes (Foundation level as skill upgradation) to meet demands of various target groups
  •  Central Government will facilitate and promote training while vocational Training (VT) providers under the Govt. and private sector will provide training
  • Optimum utilisation of existing infrastructure to make training cost effective.
  • Testing of skills of trainees by independent assessing bodies who would not be involved in conduct of the training programme, to ensure that it is done impartially .
  • Testing & certification of prior learning (skills of persons acquired informally)

Methodology
 
     The training methods to be used should be appropriate to the development of competencies. The focus of the programme in on “performing” and not on “knowing”. Lecturing will be restricted to the minimum necessary and emphasis to be given for hands on training.

    The training methods will be individual centered to make each person a competent one. Opportunities for individual work will be provided. The learning process will be continuously monitored and feedback will be provided on individual basis.

   Demonstrations using different models, audio visual aids and equipment will be used intensively.

 Instructional media packages
 

    In order to maintain quality of training uniformly all over the country instructional media packages (IMPS) will be developed by the national instructional media institute (NIMI), Chennai.

 Assessment
 

    DGE&T will appoint assessing bodies to assess the competencies of the trained persons. The training body will be an independent agency which will not be involved in conducting the training programmes. This in turn will ensure quality of training and cre3dibility of the scheme. Keeping in view the target of providing training/testing of one million persons through out the country and to avoid monopoly more than one assessing bodies will be appointed for a sector or an area.

 Certificate
 

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

The key features of the new frame work for skill development are:

Demand driven short term training courses based on modular employable skills decided in consultation with industr. Flexible delivery mechanism (part time weekends full time) Different levels of programmes (Foundation level as skill up gradation) to meet demands of various target groupsCentral Government will facilitate and promote training while vocational Training (VT) providers under the Govt. and private sector will provide training Optimum utilisation of existing infrastructure to make training cost effective. Testing of skills of trainees by independent assessing bodies who would not be involved in conduct of the training programme, to ensure that it is done impartially . Testing & certification of prior learning (skills of persons acquired informally)

SrNo

 MES
Course
Code

Sector/course

Minimum Education Qualification & MES Cures

Durat- ion  Of trainng
(hours)

Test
 Fee
  (rs)

 

AUR

AUTOMOTIVE  REPAIR

Minimum age-14ye

1)

AUR101

Basic Automotive Servicing(4Wheelers)

  5th

180

800/-

2)

AUR102

Basic Automotive Servicing (2-3Wheelers)

  5th

180

800/-

3)

 AUR203

Repair & Overhauling of 2 Wheelers(moped)

 5th+AUR102

210

800/-

4)

AUR204

Repair & Overhauling of 2 Wheelers(Scooter)

5th+AUR102

240

800/-

5)

AUR205

Repair & Overhauling of 2Wheelers (Motorcycle)

5th +AUR 102

270

800/-

6)

AUR206

Repair & Overhauling of 3 Wheelers

5th +AUR 102

270

800/-

7)

AUR207

Repair & Overhauling of  engine system (petrol/diesel)

5th +AUR 101

320

800/-

8)

AUR208

Repair & Overhauling of  Chassis system(light vehicle)

5th+AUR 101

320

800/-

9)

AUR209

Repair & Overhauling of  Chassis system (heavy vehicle)

5th+ AUR 101

320

800/-

10)

AUR210

Repairing of Auto Air Conditioning system

5th+AUR 101

240

800/-

11)

AUR211

Wheel Alignment & Balancing

5th+AUR 101

120

800/-

12)

AUR212

Minor Repair of Auto body

5th+AUR 101

210

800/-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13)

AUR213

Auto body painting

5th+AUR 101

180

800/-

14)

AUR214

Diesel Fuel injection  technician

5th+AUR 101

180

800/-

15)

AUR215

Repair & Overhauling of auto electrical &Electronic system

5th+AUR101

320

800/-

16)

AUR216

Bicycle & Tricycle repair

5th

180

500/-

 

ELE

ELECTRICAL

Minimum age-14years

17)

ELE101

 Basic electrical training

8th

120

800/-

18)

ELE202

 Repair of Home Appliance

8th ELE101

120

800-/

19)

ELE203

House Wiring

8th ELE101

120

800-/

20)

ELE204

Electronic Choke & CFL Assembling

8th ELE101

120

800/-

21)

ELE205

Transformer Winding

8th ELE101

120

800/-

22)

ELE206

Armature Winding

8th ELE101

120

800/-

23)

ELE207

Rewinding of AC/DC Motors 

8th ELE101

120

800/-

24)

ELE208

Repair of Electrical Power tools

8th ELE101

120

800/-

25)

ELE209

Maintenance of Batteries

8th ELE101

60

800/-

 

ELC

ELECTRONICS

Minimum age-14years

26)

ELC101

Basic Electronics (Repair & Maintenance of Power  Supply, inverters and UPS

8th

120

800/-

27)

ELC202

Installation & Maintenance of DTH System

8th+ELC101

60

800/-

28)

ELC203

Digital videography  (Editing & Mixing)

8th+ELC101

150

800/-

29)

ELC204

Repair & Maintenance of Washing Machine & microwave oven  

8th+ELC101

60

800/-

30)

ELC205

Repair & Maintenance of  TV Receiver 

8th+ELC101

180

800/-

31)

ELC206

Maintenance & Repair of Electronic Test Equipment

8th+ELC101

240

800/-

32)

ELC207

Repair & Maintenance of colure Phone

8th+ELC101

210

800/-

33)

ELC208

Repair & Maintenance of Intercom system

8th+ELC101

150

800/-

34)

ELC209

Installation & Maintenance of Electronic Equipment in Cell Phone Towers

8th+ELC101

240

800/-

35)

ELC210

Repair & Maintenance PA & Audio system

8th+ELC101

120

800/-

36)

ELC211

Repair & Maintenance Photocopier and Fax Machine

8th+ELC101

120

800/-

37)

ELC112

Operation of Clinical Equipment  

8th

180

800/-

38)

ELC113

Operation of ECG and ICCU Instruments

8th

120

800/-

39)

ELC214

Maintenance of ECG & ICCU Equipment 

8th+ELC113/101/
Work experience

120

800/-

40)

ELC115

Operation of X-Ray Machine & Dark room Assistance 

8th

120

800/-

41)

ELC216

Maintenance Of X-Ray Machine

8th+ELC 115/101/
Work experience

240

800/-

42)

ELC117

Operation of Physiotherapy Equipment

8th

120

800/-

43)

ELC218

Maintenance Of Physiotherapy Equipment

8th+ELC 117/101/
Work experience

120

800/-

 

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

STRUCTURE OF T.C.P.O

 SR.NO.                  DESIGNATION                        NOs

  1)                 Training cum placement officer           01
  2)                 Jr. Surveyer cum Jr. Apprentice
                      Advisor                                                  01
  3)                 Sr.clerk                                                 01
  4)                 Class-4                                                  02

ROLES OF T.C.P.O

  1. Role of T.C.P.O. is giving training to ITI trainees & Instructor in the industry.
  2. To give placement in the companies who completed training.

MEMBERS OF T.C.P.O

1) PRINCIPAL                                                 : Mr. Mane D.B.
2) Training cum Placement Officer                  : Mr. Shilewant B.R.
3) Jr. Surveyor cum Jr. Apprentice Advisor   : Mr. Suryawanshi P.B.

      
Activities Taken Under TCPCO

    • Arranging guest lecturers of personality development and communication skill.
    • To arrange industry visit of ITI trainees in the industry & also arrange training programme for instructer in industries.
    • Giving guidance about recruitment vacancies in the industries.
    • Displaying job news on the notice board.
    • Arranging campus interviews of various big industries.
    • Properly keeping information of pass out trainees.

     

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