Industrial Training Institute, PIMPRI-CHINCHWAD

Center Of Excellence : Production & Manufacturing Sector

About Us

History

I.T.I.  PIMPRI-CHINCHWAD is  started by state  Govt. in August 1978, under the control   of Directorate of vocational Education  &Training, Maharashtra state, Mumbai . The Instittute  is located on old Pune-Bombay Highway (NH-Just 25 kms from Pune city & 150 kms from Mumbai city .  Industrial areas of pimpri & chinchwad are well established  & also one of the best  MIDC area in Asia.Industries like, Tata Motors, Bajaj auto,Force motors,Thermax,Jayahind,etc. There is also I.T. MIDC area near institute campus.

Features of the Institute

  • Well equipped workshop with  trained staff.
  • Good  environment for motivation of trainee.
  • Giving best effort for development of trainee personality through NSS scheme, by arranging guest lectures of personality development.

Profile

State
Maharashtra
District
Pune
Name Of ITI

Industrial Training Institute , Pimpri Chinchwad

Street Address                                                                

Industrial Training Institute, Sr. no. 20  Behind Bajaj Auto Telco Road ,         Pimpri Chinchwad , Pune:-411019

City Pimpri Chinchwad
Name of the Principal

Shri. GHODKE S.S.

Mobile No. of Principal -
Telephone No of ITI          020-27660320
Fax No of ITI  
e-mail ID  itippimchi@yahoo.co.in
Number of Staff                40
Number of Enrollments 520
Year of Establishment        August 1984

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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
Other Site Links

 

 

Road Map

Situation of the ITI in the city

View Of ITI

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Our Campus

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Institute Management Committee

Structure of IMC

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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 Programm.
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

DETAILS OF MEMBERS OF IMC
Sr.
No

Name of Chairman & Member

Address of Member

1.

Shri P.R. Bapat , Corporate Member, G.K.W.. Mumbai. Representative of Director Office Mumbai

 Chairman

2.

Shri S.S.GHODKE , Principal, I.T.I. Pimpri Chinchwad, Pune.

Secretary

3.

Shri V.B.Pawar , Maint. Manager, S.K.F.Bearing, Pune.

Member

4.

Shri H.S.Karamalkar , Sr.Manager, Ador Welding. Pune

Member

5.

Shri Narendra Hasabnis , Bajaj Auto Ltd., Akurdi, Pune.

Member

6.

Shri Kishor Dhokale , Atlas Copco India Ltd., Pune, 35

Member

7.

Shri P. Ratnaparakhi , Force Motors, Akurdi, Pune-35

Member

8.

Shri S.D.Joshi , DGM, Thyssen Krupp Industries. Pimpri

Member

9.

Shri Sangade G.A. , Employment Officer, Pune.

Member

10.

Shri TORPE Y.M. , I.T.I. Pimpri Chinchwad. Craft Instructor.

Member 

11.

Shri CHAUDHARI D. N. , I.T.I. Pimpri Chinchwad. Student reprensative

Member 

Schemes

  • CRAFTSMAN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS)
  • APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING SCHEME (ATS)
  • PRODUCTION ORIENTED TRAINING SCHEME (POTS)
  • CENTER OF EXCELLENCE (COE)

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Courses Available

Center Of Excellence ( COE )

Concept

These Centres will be providing multiskill training to meet the skill requirement of particular sector of industry with their active involvement in all aspects of training. The training will be provided in three parts as given below:

  1. Training in Basic skill areas for a period of one year.
  2. Training in Advanced modules for next six months.

The testing & certification for the Basic skill training during first year & also for advanced training during next six months will be conducted by NCVT.

   Training in specialized modules mainly in the industry (The course curricula, duration etc will be designed in consultations with the IMC/local industry. The trade testing & certification for this component will be done jointly by the State Government & Industry. Said certificate will be recognized by NCVT .
 
   The training programme will have multi-entry and multi-exit provisions :

  1. Trainee can opt to go to the labour market after completing broad based basic training of one year duration as well as after completing 1½ year of training.
  2. Trainee can come back after some time to seek admission for advanced/specialised training in another module
  3. ITI pass out trainee of the particular trade(s) from the conventional system can seek admission for advanced/specialised training .

 

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

21

10th Pass

Shri Kamble D.P.

Basic Sheet Metal Work  and Welding 

8 Weeks

 

16

21

10th Pass

Shri Jawlekar P.R.

 

Basic Electrical, Electronics                   &Computer   Skills.  

8 Weeks

 

16

21

10th Pass

 

Basic Turning and Grinding

8 Weeks

 

16

21

10th Pass

Shri Mundhe M.R.

 

Basic Milling and Gear  Cutting.

8 Weeks

 

16

13

10th Pass

Shri Bhokare G.B.

 

Basic CNC Programming and Operation  and Hydraulic 
Pneumatic     

8 Weeks

 

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

Shri Torpe Y.M. Shri. Dhotre

CAD CAM

32

42

Shri Shirsat S.D.

ADVANCE WELDING

32

42

 

LIST OF  INDUSTRIES  FOR  ON  JOB  TRAINING GIVEN TO TRAINEE OF ADVANCE  MODULE  ( COE )

FORCE MOTOR LTD , AKURDI,PUNE.
BHARAT FORGE , MUNDHAVA,PUNE.
S.K.F.BEARING , CHINCHWAD,PUNE.
THERMAX LTD , CHINCHWAD,PUNE.
SPACO CARBURATOR , CHINCHWAD,PUNE.
TATA MOTORS , PIMPRI,PUNE.
CARB TOOL INDIA PVT. LTD. , BHOSARI,PUNE.
SNEHDEEP CNC MACHINING PVT. LTD,PUNE.
ADOR WELDING LTD, CHINCHWAD,PUNE.
AMPHENOL INTERCONNECT INDIA LTD, PUNE.
BADAVE AUTOCOMP LTD, CHAKAN,PUNE.
Aker kaverner powergas pvt.ltd,.baner,pune.

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

Foundrymen 1 Yr E   21 21 8TH Pass  

01

2

Welder 1 Yr E   21 21 8TH Pass  

01

3

Plumber 1 Yr E   42 21 8TH Pass  

02

4

Carpenter 1 Yr E   21 21

8TH Pass

 

01

5

Sheet Metal Worker 1 Yr E   42 21 8TH Pass  

02

6

D’ man Civil 2 Yr E   21 21 10TH Pass  

01

7

Surveyor 2 Yr E   21 21 10TH Pass  

01

8

D’ man Mechanical 2 Yr E   42 21 10TH Pass  

02

9

Fitter 2 Yr E   21 21 10TH Pass  

01

10

Electrician 2 Yr E   21 21 10TH Pass  

01

11

P.F.V. 1 Yr N   21 21 10TH Pass  

01

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Admission Criterion

Center Of Excellence

Course –

A) Fashion Designing & Garment manufacturing (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

Two Year Engineering

1. D’ man Civil

2. Surveyor

3. D’ man Mechanical

4. Fitter

5. Electrician

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

One Year Engineering

1. Foundrymen

2. Welder

3. Plumber

4. Carpenter

5. Sheet Metal Worker

Eligibility  :- 8th  Pass

One Year Non-Engineering

1. Preservation of Fruits & Vegetables

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass

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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 make POTS applicable to all government I.T.Is in the state
  2. To genrate revenue for the government .
  3. To reduce governmement expenditure on raw matrial use for training .
  4. To enhance training skills of trainees and make them suitable for self – employment and emplyment
  5. To build confidence, interest and actual working experience among the trainess and triners
  6. Optimum utilization of available machinery, infracture and manpower.
  7. Procurement of latest machinery as well as development of infrastructure from generated funds
  8. To establish linkage and develop relationship with local industry, government establishment for the benefit of the trainees
  9. To keep pace with technological  advancement
  10. To cultivate shop floor environment in I.T.Is .

Modular Employable Scheme ( MES)

Background
 
      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).

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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 and also arrange training programme for instructer in the 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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