Industrial Training Institute, Kolhapur

Center Of Excellence : Production &  Manufacturing

About Us

History

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.

Profile

State
Maharashtra
District
Kolhapur
Name Of ITI

Industrial Training Institute , Kolhapur

Street Address                                                                
    Kalamba  Road  Kolhapur  -  416007
City Kolhapur
Name of the Principal -
Mobile No. of Principal -
Telephone No of ITI          (0231) 323559 , 2324274
Fax No of ITI (0231) 2324274
e-mail ID  iti_kolhapur@yahoo.co.in
Number of Staff                207
Number of Enrollments 1292
Year of Establishment        August 1940

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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

Training Career & Placement Office

Presentations

Key Performance Indicator

Photo Gallery
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Road Map

Situation of the ITI in the city

View Of ITI

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Our Campus

Land available : 29.21 Acers

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Institute Management Committee

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

  • The IMC would be free to generate funds through various projects from industry. The IMC would encourage

          donors to donate funds to the institutes .These funds would be available to the IMC for utilization as

          decided by them

  • The IMC would encourage donation of machinery & equipments to the institutes
  • The IMC will have powers for appointment of contract faculty as and when required
  • Vocational guidance about the nature of course, Job opportunities and career prospects would be provided

           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.

  • The IMC will be responsible for helping students in registration.
  • IMC will organize Seminar, Workshops and exhibitions for mutual benefits of trainees , faculty and industry
Role Of Steering Committee

  • To decide additional roles and responsibilities of IMC
  • To monitor performance of IMC
  • To encourage industries to actively participate and contribute to the development of vocational training
  • To coordinate with State Government, DGET, NCVT, and industry

DETAILS OF MEMBERS OF IMC
Sr.
No

Name of Chairman & Member

Address of Member

1.

Shri Sangram Patil , Executive Director, Marvelous Motors Pvt.Ltd. MIDC, Gokul Shirgaon, Kolhapur

Chairman

2.

Shri Y.P.Paragaonkar Principal, Industrial Training Institute, Kolhapur

Member

3.

Shri P.R.Babar District Vocational Education & Training Officer, Kolhapur

Member

4.

Shri Yogesh Kulkarni Executive Director, Precifab Engg. Gokul Shirgaon, Kolhapur

Member

5.

Shri B.S.Shipugade , Executive Director, Shipugade Metals Pvt.Ltd.. Gokul Shirgaon, Kolhapur

Member

6.

Shri Prakash Rathod Executive Director, Rathod Industries, MIDC, Shiroli, Kolhapur.

Member

7.

Shri Bhaskarrao Palave ,General Manager, District Industrial Centre, Kolhapur

Member

8.

Shri Shivdas Kadam Manager, Bank of India , Kolhapur

Member

9.

Shri R.S. Godbole District Employment & Self Employment Officer, Kolhapur

Member

10.

Shri M.S. Awate Vice Principal, Industrial Training Institute, Kolhapur.

Member 

11.

Sou. A. M. Sutar Group Instructor, Industrial Training Institute, Kolhapur.

Member 

Schemes

  • CRAFTSMAN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS)
  • ADVANCE VOCATIONAL TRAINING SCHEME(AVTS)
  • CENTER OF EXCELLENCE (COE)
  • PRODUCTION ORIENTED TRAINING SCHEME (POTS)
  • LOKSEVA KENDRA
  • MAGEL TYALA VYAVSAY PRASHIKSHAN
  • NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME(NSS)
  • ARITISEN TO TECHNOCRAT
  • MODULAR EMPLOYABLE SCHEME(MES)

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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:-

    • Introduction of new multi – skilling modular courses as per needs of the industry and to provide employment skills.
    • Improvement of physical infrastructure facilities like buildings, equipment.
    • Adoption of new training technology with close involvement of industry and other stakholder in planning and
    • implementation of training programmes.
    • Empowering this center by providing sufficient autonomy in academic, adminstrative, financial ,management matters.
    • Genarating income and invesment for institutional development
    • Introduction short – term training programmes for industrial / service sector personnel as per their specific requirments.
    • 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

DGET-12/1/2007/ TC , dated  23-11-2007

16

21

10th Pass

Basic Sheet Metal Worker & Welding

8 Weeks

DGET-12/1/2007/ TC , dated  23-11-2007

16

21

10th Pass

 

 

Basic Electrical Electronics & Computer Skill

8 Weeks

DGET-12/1/2007/ TC , dated  23-11-2007

16

21

10th Pass

 

 

Basic Turning & Grinding (Including Knowledge of Material & Heat Treatment)

8 Weeks

DGET-12/1/2007/ TC , dated  23-11-2007

16

21

10th Pass

 

 

Basic Milling And Gear Cutting (Including Knowledge of Planning Shaping and Slotting)

8 Weeks

DGET-12/1/2007/ TC , dated  23-11-2007

16

21

10th Pass

 

 

Basic CNC Programming And Operation & Hydraulics & Pneumatics

8 Weeks

DGET-12/1/2007/ TC , dated  23-11-2007

16

21

10th 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

CNC Machining

32

42

 

CAD CAM

 

32

30

 

Quality Engineering

 

32
42
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conventional Trades

Sr. No.

Details about trades in ITI

Duration

Engineering/ Non Engineering Trades

Affiliation Nos

Intake Capacity

Seats Available for Aug 2009 Year of Starts

No. Of Units

1

Carpenter 1 Yr E Before 1969 16 16

Before 1969

1

2

Machanic Tractor 1 Yr E Before 1969 48 48

Before 1969

1

3

Foundryman 1 Yr E Before 1969 16 16

Before 1969

1

4

Welder (Gas & Electric) 1 Yr E Before 1969 36 36

Before 1969

3

5

Plumber 1 Yr E DGET -6/13/18/92 TC dated 17/2/93 32 32

AUGUST 1993

2

6

Mechanic(Diesel) 1 Yr E Before 1969 32 32

Before 1969

2

7

Mason Building  Constructor 1 Yr E DGET -6/13/18/92 TC dated 17/2/93 16 16

AUGUST 1993

1

8

Sheet Metal Worker 1 Yr E Before 1969 32 32

Before 1969

2

9

Plastic Processing Operator 1 Yr E 1) DGET -12/02/97/ TC (PT) dated 16/10/97             2) DGET -12/1/99/ TC  dated 25/6/99 32 32

AUGUST 1997

2

10

Computer  Operator  And Programming Assistant 1 Yr N DGET -12/1/99/ TC  dated 4/11/99 40 40

AUGUST 1999

2

11
Cutting  &Sewing 1 Yr N Before 1969 32 32

Before 1969

2

12
Embroidery  & Needle Worker 1 Yr N DGET -12/1/2005 TC dated 30/1/2005 16 16

AUGUST 2005

1

13
Fruits & Vegetable Processing 1 Yr N DGET -12/1/2005 TC dated 30/1/2005 16 16

AUGUST 2005

1

14
Stenography  (English) 1 Yr N Before 1969 16 16

Before 1969

1

15
Hair & Skin Care 1 Yr N DGET -12/1/2005 TC dated 30/1/2005 16 16

AUGUST 2005

1

16
Mechanic Motor Vehicle 2 Yr E DGET -12/1/2002 TC dated 3/7/2002 48 16

Before 1969

3

17
Wireman 2 Yr E Before 1969 48 32

Before 1969

3

18
Mechanic Agricultural Machinery 2 Yr E Before 1969 32 16

Before 1969

2

19
Painter (Genral) 2 Yr E Before 1969 32 16

Before 1969

2

20
Draughtsman  Mechanical 2 Yr E Before 1969 32 16

Before 1969

2

21
Draughtsman Civil 2 Yr E Before 1969 32 16

Before 1969

2

22
Electroplater 2 Yr E DGET -6/13/18/92 TC dated 17/2/93 16 --

AUGUST 1993

1

23
Electrician 2 Yr E Before 1969 64 32

Before 1969

4

24
Refrigeration  & Air Conditioning Mechanic 2 Yr E DGET -12/1/2004 TC dated 30/6/2004 48 32

Before 1969

3

25
Mechanic Radio & Television 2 Yr E Before 1969 32 --

Before 1969

2

26
Machinist (Grinder) 2 Yr E Before 1969 48 24

Before 1969

4

27
Fitter 2 Yr E Before 1969 48 32

Before 1969

3

28
Turner 2 Yr E Before 1969 120 48

Before 1969

10

29
Machinist 2 Yr E Before 1969 120 60

Before 1969

10

30
Information Tech. Elect.System Maintenance 2 Yr E DGET -12/1/2007 TC dated 2/2/2007 16 16

AUGUST 2006

1

31
Tool & DieMaker 3 Yr E

1)DGET -12/1/2000 TC dated 7/7/2000

2) DGET-12/1/1999 TC dated 25/6/1999
32 16

AUGUST 1999

2

32
Mech machine Tool Maint. 3 Yr E

DGET -12/1/2000 TC dated 7/7/2000

32 16

AUGUST 2000

2

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Admission Criterion

A)   Centre  of  Excellence     :-           As per  Merit   &  Government  Rules

B)   Conventional  Trades     :-             As per  Merit   &  Government Rules
ADMISSION

Admission Process: -
                    As per present rules admission for different trades in Industrial Training Institute is carried out.

Entry  qualifications are VIII. Pass,  S.S.C. fail or S.S.C. pass, and for some trades H.S.C. pass.

Application from:-
After the result of S.S.C. application forms are available at the institute up to next 10 days.  Completed application

forms along with essential Xerox copy of mark sheet, and other certificates are accepted in the same period

 
      Talukawise distribution for Admission

      There are 12 Taluka Govt. Industrial Training Institutes situated in Kolhapur.

  1. Industrial Training Institute, Kalamba  road  Kolhpur. Taluka – karveer
  2.  Industrial Training Institute , Panhala Taluka- Panhala
  3. Industrial Training Institute ,  Hatkangle Taluka –Hatkangle
  4. Industrial Training Institute,  Shirole  Taluka . Shirole
  5. Industrial Training Institute ,  Gaganbavada  Taluka- Gaganbavada
  6. Industrial Training Institute,  Murgud. Taluka Murgud
  7. Industrial Training Institute ,  Radhanagari  Taluka Radhanagari
  8. Industrial Training Institute ,  Bhudhargad (Gargoti) Taluka-Bhudhargad
  9. Industrial Training Institute ,  Gadhinglaj  Taluka Gadhinglaj
  10. Industrial Training Institute ,  Shahuwadi  Taluka Shahuwadi
  11. Industrial Training Institute,  Ajara  Talula  Ajara
  12. Industrial Training Institute,  Turkewadi, Taluka Turkewadi
Age -limit –
                                                                                                                                
           Age limit for I.T.I Admission is as follows.

  1. Non reserved candidate                              - Minimum14  to 40 years
  2. SC , ST, VJ, NT.                                         – Minimum14  to 40 years
  3. Ex Army men (Personal)                             -14 to 45 year
  4. Widow & Divorced female candidate        -14 to 40year

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 .

 Facilities:-
1) Stipend :- Rs 40/- per month as a stipend is given to the 50% candidates  out of total admitted candidates  with

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.
2) Hostel Facility:-
                    The hostel of 430 capacities is located in the institute premises & it is available for needful candidates.

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.          

 

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Best Practices

Magel Tyala Vyavsay Prakshishan

Under  this  scheme vocational  training  in  the  following  trades  is  given  to  SC / VJ/ NT & SBC  Candidates

Trades :-    Tailoring & Cutting,
                    Four Wheeler Mechanics,
                    Arc Welding,
                    Data Entry Operator,
                     House Electric Wiring,
                    Air Conditioner Mechanic,
                    Hair & Skin Care & Jeep Driving. 

  •    Stipend 100/-- per  month  per  trainee  is  given
  •    Free  toolkit  worth  Rs. 1000/-  is g iven  to  trainees
  •    Two  days Entrepreneurship Training  is  given to the  trainees .

 

Vocational  Training  As  Per  Demand   :

 

S.N.

Year

Category

Grant

Target

Achievement

1

2005 - 2006

S.C.

507693

254

256

V.J.N.T.

20000

10

13

2

2006 - 2007

S.C.

124300

62

67

V.J.N.T.

46460

23

25

3

2007 - 2008

S.C.

118000

59

61

V.J.N.T.

47800

24

24

4

2008 – 2009
( Upto Jan 2009)

S.C.

202000

101

117

V.J.N.T.

35000

18

18

Artizen To Technocrat

Background

                 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.
2.   Senior  Artisen         :    Second  Level  skill  test  for  literate  workers.
3.   Craftsman               :    S.C.V. T.  Examination  for  second  level  passed  candidates.
4.   Master Craftsman     :    N.C.V.T. Examination.
5.   Technician              :   Vocational  Diploma  for  Third  &  Fourth  level  passed  candidates.
6.   Technocrat             :   Vocational  Degree  for  diploma  passed  candidates.

                            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      
      as  per  their  skill   certificate.
2.   Opportunites  of  the  promotions  as  the  workers  get  high  skill  certificates  from   
      this  scheme.
3.   Job  preferences  for  the  certificate  holders  in  the    industries  due  to
      participation    of  such  industries  in  the  Artisen  to   Technocrat  scheme.
4.   More  chances  of  employments   &  self-employments.
5.   Chances  of  jobs in abroad.

Beneficiaries  of  the Scheme

1.   The  workers  in  the  formal  /  informal  sectors.
2.   The  candidates  not  having  the  S.S.C. /  H.S.C. qualification.
3.   The  unemployed  workers  because  of  the  closure  of  the factories / mills.
4.   The  candidates  not  having  the  formal  vocational  education.
5.    Passed  out  trainees  from  the  Industrial  Training  Institutes.

skill Test Examination
Levels  1  to  3  : 

           Skill  Tests  Examinations   are   conducted      in   the   following  trades :

01.   Mason

07.    Machinist

02.   Plumber

08.    Painter

03.   Carpenter

09.    Dress Making

04.   Welder

10.    Mechanic Motor Vehicle

05.   Fitter

11.    Electrician

06.   Turner

12.    Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

Levels  of   Skill  Test   Examinations

1.   First  Level 
      Minimum  Education  Qualification   :    Reading , Writing  is  must.
      Type  of   Examination                 :    Practical  Test  &  Oral

2.   Second  Level
       Minimum  Education  Qualification  :    First  Level  Skill Test  passed
      Type  of   Examination                 :    Practical  Test  &  Theory Examination

3.   Third  Level
       Minimum  Education  Qualification  :    Third  Level  Skill Test  passed
      Type  of   Examination                 :    Practical   &  Theory Examination
                                                                        (Under  S.C.V.T.)

                     Third  Level  Examination  is  conducted  by  State  Council  for  Vocational  Training   i.e.  S.C.V.T.
                     The  candidate  who  is  passed  in  the  Second  Level  Examination  is  eliglble  for  the  N.C.V.T. 

                      examination   if   he  has  proper  qualification  and  fulfils  the  other  conditions . 

Method  of  Form  submission  for  Skill  Tests  
 
First  Level  &   Second  Level   :   The  forms  for  the  first  &  second  level  skill   tests,   are  available  and  accepted in  this   Skill  Testing    Center  (I.T.I., Kolhapur), during  the  working  hours,   from  1st   to  the  25 th of every  month .  The  first  &  second  level  skill   test  examinations  are  conducted  on  the    27,  28  and  29  of dates   of  every  month.

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  :

S.N.

Nature   of    Examiantion

Examination  Fee
In  Rupees

1.

First  Level  Skill  Test

500/-

2.

Second  Level  Skill  Test

600/-

3.

Third  Level  Skill  Test

700/-

 

 

 

Strenghthening the Production

 

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

Objectives of  P.O.T.S.

  • To save expenditure on raw material.
  • To increase the skills of trainees by giving  exposure  to work on the different  jobs.
  • To increase ability and confidence of a trainee for self employment.
  • To purchase new machines and equipments out of the revenue generated.
  • 50% amount of labor cost to be distributed among staff and trainees concerned as per

    the provisions of   G.R. i.e. EARN & LEARN.                           
  Under this scheme outside Jobs are done

  • Rickshaw Meter Repair
  • Fabrication
  • Welding
  • Painting
  • Two and Four wheeler Vehicle repairs
  • Training  Programmers  as per requirements

 Revenue  generated  under  P.O.T.S. 

S.N.

Year

Revenue generated

1

2005 - 2006

5,50,000

2

2006 - 2007

9,73,000

3

2007 - 2008

17,63,000

4

2008 – 2009
( Upto Jan 2009)

20,78,000

 

Modular Employable Scheme ( MES)

Sr.No.

Year

Name of Sector

Name of Module

Appeared Exam

Pass out

Remark

1

2007-08

Garments

Basic Sewing Operator-Tailor

10

1

 

2

Information Communication

Computer Fundamental M.S.Office & Internet

83

46

 

3

Production & Manufacturing

Basic Turning

27

10

 

 

 

Total

 

120

57

 

4

2008-09

Garments

Basic Sewing Operator-Tailor

20

 

Under Training

5

Information Communication

Computer Fundamental M.S.Office & Internet

89

 

6

Beauty Culture and Hair Dressing

Basics of Beauty and Hair Dressing

15

 

7

Automotive Repair Sector

Basic Automotive 4 wheeler servicing

11

 

 

 

Total

 

135

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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)
      Place- Kalamba Tarf Thane,Tal-Karveer Dist- Kolhapur
      No of Volunteers Participated -125
      No of  NSS Programme Officers -03

     Nature of  Works:-
     1) Health Camp 2) Aids Awareness  etc
         The  Total worth of the work done Rs.60,000/-

2) Year :- 2005-2006  ( Date- 17-3-2006 To 26-3-2006)
    Place:- Rajashree Shahu Chhatrapati Ashramshala, Pachagaon
    Tal- karveer.
    No of Volunteers :- 100
    No of Programme Officers :- 03
    Nature  of  Works
1)  Digging of well and Digging of gutters.
2)  Wiring of the Hostel Building.
3)  Levellin /Preparation of the play ground.
4)  Repairs of the plumbing work.
5)  Repairs of the Electric motor of the  Borewell.
6)  Other Miscellaneous work.
    The total worth of the work done Rs.55,500/-

3)  Year 2006-2007 (Date-29-3-2007 To 07-04-2007)

    Place   :   Wadi  Ratnagiri  (Jotiba, Tal- Panhala Dist-Kolhapur)
    No  of  Volunteers :- 100
    No  of   Programme Officers :- 03
Nature of Works :-
1) Road  Repairing  and  Parking of Vehicles.
2)Flexible pipe Fitting of the Vyapari Line.
3) cleaning of the Jotiba temple and the Main Line.
4)Repairing of the Latrines
5) Wiring Repairs of Vilages and Trades.
Total  worth  of  the wprl dpme  Rs. 56,000/-

4) year 2007-2008  ( Date-5-2-208 To 14-2-2008)
 Place:- Mouje Hirwade Khalasa Tal – Karveer  Dist- Kolhapur
No of Volunteers Participated:- 100
No of Nss Programme Officers :- 03
 Nature of work  :-
1) Colouring /Painting of the Tempe
2)Steel Gate of the School
3)Cleanliness of the complete Village
4) Wiring  repairs of the villagers
5)Welding work in the  Village
6) Miscellaneous Work.
     The Total worth of the work  done Rs,50,000/-

5) Year 2008-2009  (Date-09-1-2009 To 15-1-2009)
Place:- Washi   Tal, Karveer  Dist- Kolhapur
No of Volunteers Participated:- 100
No of  Programme Officers  :-  03
Nature of Works :-
1) Electric Light Fitting in the Village
2)Repairs of the Plumbing work water connection etc.
3) Cleanlaianess of the  village.
4)welding  work of the villagers.
5)Miscellaneous work.
  The  Total  worth of the work done Rs.55000/-

        Every year one  hundred new trainees of senior batches who have liking for social work are admitted in the  NSS .
Per trainee five Rupees admission fee is charged. A special camp of  NSS is organized every year during the period between December  to January.
               During regular  NSS  activities, Programmers  like Gandhi  jayanti,
Kaumi  Ekata din ,Trafic Sefety Week , Teachers Day, Worlds Aids  Day, Republic Day (26 January) Independence Day( 15 August)  etc.  are celebrated So also on some occasions Blood  Donations Camps are arranged in the Institute Through the regular/ Special NSS Camps.

Advanced Vocational Training System

AVTS Started In Year:  1982
Joint Project of ILO-UNDP-Govt. of India 
Year : 2005-2006

Sr. No.

Name of the Course

Target

Achievement

Revenue Generated

1

CAD-CAM, Auto CAD, 3D Modeling

150

117

 

 

Rs.24250/-

2

Advanced Welding

190

300

3

Automobile Mechanic

115

130

4

Advanced M.T.M.( Electrical & Electronic Control)

220

47

 

Total

676

494

 Year : 2006-2007

Sr. No.

Name of the Course

Target

Achievement

Revenue Generated

01

CAD-CAM, Auto CAD, 3D Modeling

150

132

17180

02

Advanced Welding

190

152

4590

03

Automobile Mechanic

115

088

1950

04

Advanced M.T.M.( Electrical & Electronic Control)

220

008

0240

 

Total

675

380

23960

 Year : 2007-2008

Sr. No.

Name of the Course

Target

Achievement

Revenue Generated

01

CAD-CAM, Auto CAD, 3D Modeling

300

300

15670

02

Advanced Welding

300

105

3150

03

Automobile Mechanic

220

122

2460

04

Advanced M.T.M.( Electrical & Electronic Control)

220

066

2750

 

Total

840

493

24030

 Year : 2008-2009 ( up to December 2008 )

Sr. No.

Name of the Course

Target

Achievement

Revenue Generated

01

CAD-CAM, Auto CAD, 3D Modeling

220

202

15300

02

Advanced Welding

220

146

4890

03

Automobile Mechanic

240

234

8190

04

Advanced M.T.M.( Electrical & Electronic Control)

240

102

3060

 

Total

920

684

31530

 

The above Participants are from various Industries, Government, Semi-Govt. Organizations and also from Engineering Colleges , Polytechnics.

 Beneficiary of A.V.T.S Kolhapur

  1. Gokul Dudh Sangh M.I.D.c. Gokulshirgaon
  2. Kolhapur Muncipal Corporation School Board
  3. Shiroli Manufacturing Association M.I.D.C. Shroli
  4. Police Motor Transport
  5. Kolhapur Muncipal Transport
  6. Ghatage Patil Industries  Uchagaon, Kolhapur
  7. Irrigation Department ( Govt. of Maharashtra )
  8. Various Industrial Establishments of Maharashtra
  9. New Polytechnic Kolhapur
  10. Kolhapur Institute of Technology, Kolhapur
  11. Various Technical & Vocational Institutes from Maharashtra

 

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

Structure, Details of TCPO Members,

 

Part-Time Principal

 

 

Jr. Serveyer

Asstt. App. Advisor (Tech)

Head Clerk

Sr. Clerk

Drg. Instrctor

G.I.B.T.C.

Maths. Instructor

Jr. Clerk

 

Trade Instructor

 

Peon

Special Activites taken under TCPO

01) Training Programme is arranged in industry for I.T.I.Instructors.
02) Under “Sarvashiksha Abhiyan” training programme of computer awareness  is arranged in AVTS for Academic Teachers.

For Year 07-08  - 132 Teachers
               08-09  - 800 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.

 

 

Sr. No.

Name of Industry

01

02

01

Deepak Industries, MIDC Shiroli, Kolhapur

02

Sandip Engg. Pvt. Ltd., MIDC Gokul Shirgaon, Kolhapur

03

Swati Pulley Pvt. Ltd., MIDC Gokul Shirgaon, Kolhapur

04

Enkai Casting Ltd., MIDC Shikapur, Tal.Haveli, Dist.Pune.

05

Mayura  Steel  Pvt. Ltd., MIDC Shiroli, Kolhapur

06

Renu Technocrafts Pvt. Ltd., MIDC Gokul Shirgaon, Kolhapur

07

Budhale & Budhale, Y.P.Powar Nr., kolhapur

08

Laxmi Pumps Pvt. Ltd., MIDC Gokul Shirgaon, Kolhapur

09

Ghatage-Patil Automobiles Ltd., Pune-Banglore Rd., Kolhapur

10

Menon Bearings Ltd., MIDC Gokul Shirgaon, Kolhapur

11

Shriram Foundry, MIDC Shiroli, Kolhapur

12

Sharda Industries, Y.P.Powar Nr., Kolhapur

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 :-     
1) List of Industries offering on the job training.

Sr. No.

Name & Address of Establishment

01

02

1

Budhale Engg. Pvt. Ltd.,M.I.D.C.Shiroli, Kolhapur.

2

Manugraph India Ltd., Unit No.01,D-01, M.I.D.C.Shiroli, Kolhapur.

3

Manugraph India Ltd., Unit No.02,
A/P Kodoli, Tal.Phanala, Dist.Kolhapur

4

Precifab Engineers, B-40, M.I.D.C. Gokul Shirgaon, Kolhapur.

5

Ghatge-Patil Inustries A/P Unchgaon, Tal.Karveer, Dist.Kolhapur.

6

Menon & Menon, Vikram Nr., Kolhapur

7

Menon Pistons Pvt. Ltd., 182, Shiroli, Tal.Hatkangale, Dist.Kolhapur.

8

 Ms Universal Instruments Plot No. Ambedkar Nagar Nagaon, Dist Kop

9

 Ms Sonai Engineering Pvt.Ltd. Pl No. 21 Midc Shiroli Kop.

10

 Ms Precifab Engineers Pvt Ltd., Pl 48 Midc Gokul Shirgaon Kolhapur

11

 Ms. Rocket Engg.Corporation  Pvt. Ltd. 1328/23 Y.P. Powar Nagar Kolhapur

12

Marvelous Engineers Pvt.Ltd., Plot No.E-01, Midc Shiroli, Kolhapur

13

Swati Pulley Company Pvt. Ltd. Gokul Shirgaon Midc Kolhapur

14

Datta Enterprises , F 23, Midc Shiroli , Kolhapur

15

Advance Measuring System G 109 Midc  Gokul Shirgaon Kolhapur

16

 Ms  Trio Enterprises   B-4 Midc  Shiroli   Kolhapur

17

 Ms   Tool- Tech   Engineers Pl. No. E 16 Midc Gokul Shirgaon  Kolhapur

18

Shipukade Engineering Pvt.Ltd. D16/2 Part  Midc Gokul Shirgaon  Kolhapur

19

Shimpukde Metals Pvt. Ltd. 1876 E, Prabhat Chembers, 8th Lane Main Road, Rajarampuri Kolhapur

20

Rathod Industries E-14 Midc Shiroli, Kolhapur

21

Caspro Metal Industries Pvt .Ltd.  Pl No E/1 Shiroli Midc Ind Area  Kolhapur

List of Industries offering Employment to COE Candidates :-

  1. Ghatage-Patil Industries Ltd., Unchgaon, Tal.Karveer, Dist.Kolhapur
  2. Manugraph India Ltd., (Unit-02), Kodoli, Tal.Panhala, Dist.Kolhapur.
  3. Sonai Engineers Pvt. Ltd., M.I.D.C.Shiroli, Kolhapur.
  4. Deccan Farm Equipments, M.I.D.C.Shiroli, Kolhapur.
  5. Universal Instruments, Shivaji Udaym Nr., Kolhapur.
  6. Budhale Engineers, M.I.D.C.Shiroli, Kolhapur.
  7. Advance Measuring Systems, M.I.D.C.Gokul Shirgaon, Kolhapur.

List of Industries Offering Employment to CTS Candidates :-

  1. Telco, Pune.
  2. I.T.C., Ranjangaon, Pune.
  3. Fiat India Ltd., Pune.
  4. IVRCL, Hydrabad
  5. Walchand Nr. Industries, Walchand Nr., Tal.Indapur, Dist.Pune.
  6. Mantra Magic Exports, Mumbai.
  7. Remand Appral Ltd., Talegaon-Dhabhade, Tal.Vadgaon Maval, Dist.Pune.

 

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Key Performace Indicators

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ( Format 1)                                   Project Cost Rs  3.50   crore

Sr No

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

Units

Kolhapur

Name of Principal :-  Shri Y.P Paragaonkar

Name of Industry Partner :- 

Name of IMC Chairman :- Shri Sangram Patil

 

Commencement of Project

 

Aug 2006

1

Meeting Held                                       

 Nos

06

2

CoE  Started                  

Nos

Aug-06

3

Nos. of existing Trades to be upgraded

 

06 Trades

4

Short Term Training Beneficiaries

Nos

4041

5

Revenue Generated

 Rs in Lakhs

35.69  lakhs

6

Contribution of Industry Machinery / Financial

 

 1) Desk Jet Printer cum Scanner) -01 No 
2) DVD Player-01 No

7

Expenditure on Machinery / Equipments

Nos /  Rs in Lakhs

2006-07        65.13 Lakhs
 2007-08 -     60.74 Lakhs
Dec.2008        Rs. 44575/-     126.31  Lakhs

8

Expenditure on Civil Works (Renovation / New)

Rs in Lakhs

NIL(Tender Published)

9

Training to Staff

  No. of Programmes

2006-07  --- 33Program ( 75  staff) 2007-08  --21 Program ( 69  staff) nbsp;   2008-09   - 09Program   ( 10 staff)   
Total--            63 Program  ( 154 staff)

10

On job Training of Students                

  Nos

2007-08 -- 102
2008-09 --112

11

Lectures of Industrial Experts            

  Nos

10

12

Industrial Visits

 Nos

9

13

Placements of Candidates of CoE

 Nos

2007-08 --    80 

14

Plan for future  ( Ready)

Yes/ No

 Yes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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