Industrial Training Institute, Kolhapur
Industrial Training Institute, Kolhapur is established in 1940. According to the G.R. T.S.A -1056-T-27-11-1956 passed by education department this Industrial Training Institute was handed over from Govt. of India to Govt. of Maharashtra (Previously Bombay State) At present institute is spread over in the vicinity of 29.21 acre land having three big Workshops, Main building, Advanced Vocational Training System building , Students Hostel, Staff Quarters & administrative building.
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Situation of the ITI in the city
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Land available : 29.21 Acers
Structure of IMC
Vocational Training system in India is predominantly based on craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS) and apprentice
Training Scheme(ATS). The CTS provides a structured institutional environment while the ATS is a combination of
institutional and on the job training. Both the schemes are interlinked and dovetailed so as to achieve more
effective end results. The outcome of CTS is a semi skilled worker and the trainees who complete ATS scheme are
expected to be skilled workers. IT is against this background that the employers have a
direct interest in what goes in the preemployment training institutions. So far inputs form Industry in to DGE&T
field training institutes were merely advisory nature, which were not very effective, and a need was felt to
replace advisory inputs with managerial inputs. Concept of IMC has emerged as a result of Workshop on “Institute-
Industry interface for the years 2000 and beyond” organized jointly by DGE&T and CII in New Delhi on 21st January
1998. Representatives of CII, DGE&T and State Training Directorate attended the Workshop. Under this concept of
IMC, Industry is associated as a partner rather than to act as an advisory.
ROLE OF IMC
donors to donate funds to the institutes .These funds would be available to the IMC for utilization as
decided by them
to students prior to applying for admission in ITI so that they choose right courses. Introductory seminars
for the fresh students may be conducted by industry to create interest and motivate them.
Center Of Excellence ( COE )
The main objectives is to upgrade the existing it is into “CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE” for producing multi skilled modular
workforce of world standard by:-
Broad Based Basic Training
Advance Modular Training
A) Centre of Excellence :- As per Merit & Government Rules
B) Conventional Trades :- As per Merit & Government Rules
Admission Process: -
Entry qualifications are VIII. Pass, S.S.C. fail or S.S.C. pass, and for some trades H.S.C. pass.
forms along with essential Xerox copy of mark sheet, and other certificates are accepted in the same period
There are 12 Taluka Govt. Industrial Training Institutes situated in Kolhapur.
Age limit for I.T.I Admission is as follows.
Reservation for Admission
As per Govt. rules backward class, ladies, physically handicapped, project affected candidates , Ex Army men candidates , certified school candidates are given reservation provision .
consideration of economical condition & merit and to all backward class candidates Rs 60/- per month as stipend
from Governments social welfare department. Instead of this Ex-servicemen ward, physically handicapped
candidates, female candidates are given stipend as per rules of concerned department.
In this hostel separate rooms, specious mess hall, Bath Rooms, W.C. is available for candidates.Those who are staying in hostel are charged Rs 20/- month as hostel fee & Rs 25 /- as a C.M.D.
Magel Tyala Vyavsay Prakshishan
Under this scheme vocational training in the following trades is given to SC / VJ/ NT & SBC Candidates
Trades :- Tailoring & Cutting,
Vocational Training As Per Demand :
Artizen To Technocrat
The workers working in the various industries , factories and informal sectors are very much skilled in their work though they are illiterate. For example - the turners, machinists working in the small workshops, the mechanics working in the garages, painters, carpenters, plumbers ,masons etc. These workers face many problems to get the jobs according to their skill, in the country and abroad as they don’t posses proper skill certificates. And so they don’t get proper salaries according to their skills.
In the Artisen To Technocrat scheme, the skill of the workers are tested and the proper skill certificates are issued to them.
There are six skill levels in this scheme :
1. Artisen : First Level skill test for illiterate workers.
Under this scheme, the opportunities are available to the Artisen at first level to become Senior Artisen, Craftsman, Master Craftsman, Technician and finally Technocrat on different levels step by step. This is the free vocational training scheme for the workers, which does not require any conditions for age and qualification.
Benefits of the Scheme
1. An opportunity for the workers to get the job & salary according to their skill
Beneficiaries of the Scheme
1. The workers in the formal / informal sectors.
skill Test Examination
Skill Tests Examinations are conducted in the following trades :
Levels of Skill Test Examinations
1. First Level
2. Second Level
3. Third Level
Third Level Examination is conducted by State Council for Vocational Training i.e. S.C.V.T.
examination if he has proper qualification and fulfils the other conditions .
Method of Form submission for Skill Tests
Third Level ( S.C.V.T.) : Third level skill test examination is conducted only once in a year in the month of January/February, in this Skill Test Center (I.T.I., Kolhapur) The forms for the third level skill tests are available and accepted in this Skill Testing Center (I.T.I., Kolhapur), within the 5 days of the passing of the second level skill test
Examination Fee :
Strenghthening the Production
Orientented Scheme ( P.O.T.S.)
Objectives of P.O.T.S.
the provisions of G.R. i.e. EARN & LEARN.
Revenue generated under P.O.T.S.
Modular Employable Scheme ( MES)
National Service Scheme (NSS)
Establishment of NSS : The NSS has been introduced in this Institute on 24/9/2003.
Special Camps :
1) Year -2004-2005 (Date- 27-2-2005 To 8-3-2005)
Nature of Works:-
2) Year :- 2005-2006 ( Date- 17-3-2006 To 26-3-2006)
3) Year 2006-2007 (Date-29-3-2007 To 07-04-2007)
Place : Wadi Ratnagiri (Jotiba, Tal- Panhala Dist-Kolhapur)
4) year 2007-2008 ( Date-5-2-208 To 14-2-2008)
5) Year 2008-2009 (Date-09-1-2009 To 15-1-2009)
Every year one hundred new trainees of senior batches who have liking for social work are admitted in the NSS .
Advanced Vocational Training System
AVTS Started In Year: 1982
Year : 2006-2007
Year : 2007-2008
Year : 2008-2009 ( up to December 2008 )
The above Participants are from various Industries, Government, Semi-Govt. Organizations and also from Engineering Colleges , Polytechnics.
Beneficiary of A.V.T.S Kolhapur
Structure, Details of TCPO Members,
Special Activites taken under TCPO
01) Training Programme is arranged in industry for I.T.I.Instructors.
For Year 07-08 - 132 Teachers
03) After Completion of Apprenticeship Followup is taken for employmet in various industries, Following industries haven
taken campus intervies for employment in this institute.
04) On the job training is arranged in various industries for C.O.E. Candidates.
05) Efforts are taken for P.O.T.S. with the help of I.M.C. Members.
a) Centre of Excellence :-
List of Industries offering Employment to COE Candidates :-
List of Industries Offering Employment to CTS Candidates :-
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ( Format 1) Project Cost Rs 3.50 crore
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