Industrial Training Institute, SATARA

Center Of Excellence : FABRICATION Sector

About Us

History

'SATARA' was the capital of Maratha Kingdom spreaded over 14 lacks square kilometer. This land has rich heritage . Several great warriors, kings,saints, and great personalities create their historical evidence in the history of Maharashtra.

Mahableshwar is the best hill station of Maharashtra. It is situated about 4500 ft. above sea level  on the Sahyadri spurs. It was the erstwhile summer capital of Old Bombay Presidency.  The tourists are enthralled by its exotic greenery, beautiful gardens & breath-taking scenery.

ABOUT I.T.I


I.T.I. SATARA  started by state Govt. in Aug. 1959, under the control   of Directorate of vocational Education &Training, Maharashtra state, Mumbai. The Institute is located on Pune-Banglore Highway (NH-Just 120 kms from Pune city & 300 kms from Mumbai city & 130 kms from Kolhapur. Connected by railway & road with Mumbai, Pune & Kolhapur. Industrial areas of Karad,Satara,Shirwal are well established & developing fastly .Industries like Godrej, Kirloskar  Industries visiting this Institute for campus Interviews ever.

 

Profile

State
Maharashtra
District
Satara
Name Of ITI

Industrial Training Institute , Satara

Street Address         

Industrial Training Institute, Molacha Odha,Satara Dist-Satara PIN - 415001

City Satara
Name of the Principal

Shri. Sonwane V.B.

Mobile No. of Principal
Telephone No of ITI         

02162/250331

Fax No of ITI

0216/2251807

e-mail ID  itisatara@yahoo.com
Number of Staff                129
Number of Enrollments 1147
Year of Establishment        August 1959

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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

Satellite View Of ITI

 

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Our Campus

Land available : 14.57 Hector

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Institute Management Committee

Structure of IMC

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.

Brief role and responsibilities of the Institute Management Committee consists of :

 

  1. Generation & Utilization of Finance
  2. Donation of Machinery & Equipments
  3. Selection of Contract Faculty
  4. Students Selection
  5. Employment to the passed out trainees
  6. Faculty & Staff Development
  7. Mentors & One-day Lecturers (Guest Lecturer)
  8. Organizing Seminars, Workshops & Exhibitions
  9. Trade Advisory Committee (TAC)
  10. Industrial Training
  11. Curriculum Revamping
  12. Equipment Maintenance
  13. Up-gradation of Teaching Aids
  14. Developing MIS System
  15. Capital Expenditure
  16. Examination Supervision
  17. Faculty Evaluation
  18. Transfer for Faculty
  19. Faculty Deputation
  20. Framing Consultancy Rules

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DETAILS OF MEMBERS OF IMC

 

Sr.
No

Name of Chairman & Member

Address of Member

1.

R.S.Korpe , Director, Spark Engineers L-23, Additional MIDC, Satara. (Secretary, Manufacturers Association of Satara.)

Chairman

2.

V. B. Sonawane , Principal, I T I Satara

Secretary

3.

R. S. Sukate , Personal Manager, K Iorn Works, B-54, MIDC,Satara.

Member

4.

U.L.Jadhav , Emersan Climate Technologies Ltd., Atit, Dist.Satara.

Member

5.

D.D. Chavan ,General Manager (Opration), Bartakke Elctrofab Pvt.Ltd., L-20 Additional MIDC,Satara

Member

6.

Sachin Joshi Production Manager, Alfa Laval India Ltd., E-7/8, MIDC, Satara

Member

7.

S. S. Survase Manager, District Industrial Centre, MIDC, Satara

Member

8.

Shriram Nanal , Manager,Bank of Maharashtra, Regional Office, Near LIC Building, Koregaon Road, Satara

Member

9.

V.B. Sonawane District Vocational Education & Training Officer, Satara

Member

10.

D.G. Kumbhar , District Employment & Self Employment Officer, Satara

Member 

11.

G.D.Pawar ,Group Insturctor ITI 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
  • SHORT TERM TRAINING COURSES
  • ARITISEN TO TECHNOCRAT
  • NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME(NSS)

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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

ITI-  1006 / (255/06) VYASHI-2 Dt . 26.7.06

16

20

10th Pass

BASIC SHEET METAL WORK & FASTENING  

8 Weeks

ITI-  1006 / (255/06) VYASHI-2 Dt . 26.7.06

16

20

10th Pass

 

BASIC MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE  

8 Weeks

ITI-  1006 / (255/06) VYASHI-2 Dt . 26.7.06

16

20

10th Pass

 

 

BASIC WELDING                                                 

8 Weeks

ITI-  1006 / (255/06) VYASHI-2 Dt . 26.7.06

16

20

10th Pass

 

 

METALS AND SURFACE FINISHING TECHNIQUES 

8 Weeks

ITI-  1006 / (255/06) VYASHI-2 Dt . 26.7.06

16

20

10th Pass

 

 

BASIC ELECTRICAL,ELECTRONICS & COMPUTER SKILLS

8 Weeks

ITI-  1006 / (255/06) VYASHI-2 Dt . 26.7.06

16

20

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

TIG/MIG WELDING

32

32

 

STRUCTURAL WELDING                

32

32

 

PRESSURE VESSEL & PIPE WELDING

32 32  

Speciliazed Module

Name of the Specialized Module

TIG/MIG WELDING

STRUCTURAL WELDING                

PRESSURE VESSEL & PIPE WELDING

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

CUTTING & SEWING 1 Yr N Before 1969

16

21

8TH Pass

1.1.69

1

2

HAIR & SKIN CARE 1 Yr N DGET-6/13/24/92-TC dt 21.9.04

16

21

10TH Pass

21.9.04

1

3

STENOGRAPHY (ENGLISH) 1 Yr N Before 1969

16

21

12th Pass

1.1.69

1

4

COPA 1 Yr N DGET12/1/99TC. 4.11.99

20

26

12th Pass

4.11.99

1

5

FASHINON TECHNOLOGY 1 Yr N DGET-6/13/24/92-TC dt. 1.8.08

16

16

12th Pass

1.8.08

1

6

WELDER 1 Yr E Before 1969

36

44

8TH Pass

1.1.69

3

7

FOUNDRYMAN 1 Yr E Before 1969

32

42

8TH Pass

1.1.69

2

8

PLUMBER 1 Yr E Before 1969

16

21

8TH Pass

1.1.69

1

9

MECH.TRACTOR 1 Yr E Before 1969

32

42

8TH Pass

1.1.69

2

10

MECH.DIESEL 1 Yr E Before 1969

32

42

10TH Pass

1.1.69

2

11 PLASTIC PROCESS. OP. 1 Yr E DGET/6/13/92-TC dt 16.11.92DGET/12/01/98-TC dt. 1.7.98

32

42

10TH Pass

16.11.92
1.7.98

2

12

WIREMAN 2 Yr E Before 1969

48

21 8TH Pass

1.1.69

3

13 ELECTRICIAN 2 Yr E Before 1969

48

42 10TH Pass

1.1.69

4

14 DRAUGHTS MAN MECH 2 Yr E Before 1969

32

21 10TH Pass

1.1.69

2

15 FITTER 2 Yr E Before 1969

80

42 10TH Pass

1.1.69

5

16 TURNER 2 Yr E Before 1969

84

36 10TH Pass

1.1.69

7

17 MACHINIST 2 Yr E Before 1969

60

30 10TH Pass

1.1.69

5

18 MACHINIST GRINDER 2 Yr E Before 1969

48

30 10TH Pass

1.1.69

4

19 MECH.MOTOR VEHICLE 2 Yr E

Before 1969 dfgdfgfasd kf DGET-12/12/1/2002-TC dt 3.7.02

32

21 10TH Pass

1.1.69
3.7.02

2

20 MECH. AGRI. MACHINERY 2 Yr E Before 1969

16

21 8TH Pass

1.1.69

1

21 IT & ESM 2 Yr E DGET-12/01/2006-TC dt 30.6.06 DGET-6/13/24/92-TC,PART DIR dt 30.4.07

32

21 10TH Pass

30.6.06
30.4.07

2

22 INSTRUMENT MECH. 2 Yr E Before 1969

16

21 10TH Pass

1.1.69

1

23 MECH.MACHINE TOOL MAINTAINCE 3 Yr E DGET-12/1/2000-TC dt 7.7.00DGET-12/01/1995-TC dt 7.10.95

32

0 10TH Pass

7.7.00
7.10.95

2

24 TOOL & DIE MAKER (D & M) 3 Yr E

DGET-12/02/1995-TC dt. 10.7.95 DGET-12/01/1998-TC dt. 1.7.98

32

0 10TH Pass

10.7.95 1.7.98

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 MAINTAINCE

2. TOOL & DIE MAKER (D & M)

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

Two Year Engineering

1. WIREMAN

2. MECH. AGRI. MACHINERY

Eligibility  :- 8th  Pass

Two Year Engineering

1. ELECTRICIAN

2. DRAUGHTS MAN MECH

3. FITTER

4. TURNER

5. MACHINIST

6. MACHINIST GRINDER

7. MECH.MOTOR VEHICLE

8. IT & ESM

9. INSTRUMENT MECH.

Eligibility  :- 8th  Pass

One Year Engineering

1. WELDER

2. FOUNDRYMAN

3. PLUMBER

4. MECH.TRACTOR

Eligibility  :- 8th  Pass

One Year Engineering

1. MECH.DIESEL

2.PLASTIC PROCESS. OP.


Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

One Year Non-Engineering

1. CUTTING & SEWING

Eligibility  :- 8th  Pass

One Year Non-Engineering

1. HAIR & SKIN CARE

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass

One Year Non-Engineering

1. STENOGRAPHY (ENGLISH)

2. C.O.P.A.

3. FASHINON TECHNOLOGY

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.
9) BASIC COMPUTER FUNDAMENTAL 

 Details of Scheme :-

Year

Category

No.of Students Trained

Name of Course

2004-2005

SC

127

Computer, Ladies Tailor, Hair & Skin Care,Motor Driving,Electrician

2005-2006

SC

221

Computer, Hair & Skin Care,Motor Driving,Electrician,Spray Painting &CNC

VJNT

25

2006-2007

SC

120

Computer, Ladies Tailor, Hair & Skin Care,Motor Driving, Spray Painting & CNC

VJNT/SBC

20

2007-2008

SC

55

Computer Fundametal  Under MES

VJNT/SBC

19

2008-2009

SC

75

Computer Fundametal Under MES

VJNT/SBC

10

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Artisan to Technocrat

Objective & Benefits

1) An artisan will get an approved certificate for his trade skill.  It will provide the employment and improve wages.
2) An opportunity to acquire higher skills in the concerned trade.This may offer promotional opportunities in his professional field.
3) The industry will give preference to the certificate holder for employment as its own people want to be known through this certificate.
4) Maximum opportunities will be available in the field of finance to get money help.
5) Possibility in self motivated employment.

 Artisan to Technocrat Skill Test Center :-

Skill test are taken into the Following trades every months.

  1. WELDER
  2. ELECTRICIAN
  3. MOTOR MECHANIC VEHICLE
  4. PLUMBER
  5. TURNER
  6. MACHINIST

Artisan to Technocrat Diploma :-

Two diplomas are started Under MSBTE
Diploma               Intake Capacity     Actual Admission

Fitter                        30                                30
Welder                     30                                 21

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME

Total Volunteers         : 200 Nos.

For Special Camp        : 100 Nos.
         
Special winter camp of 10 days was held at Shivthasr Tal/Dist: Satara

Various Technical & social services provided to villagers

          Various Technical Works were done during this Camp. Conducted Classes of personality development,  Repairs of Electrical Appliances, Plumbing, Pump Repairs,  TV, Tape-recorder, Radio repairs,paint the  done.

 

Details of NSS :-

YEAR

NATURE OF WORK

AT LOCATION

2003-04

KOREGAON I.T.I.SHED

KOREGAON I.T.I.

2004-05

OLD MAHADEV MANDIR, SAJJANGAD SURROUND CLEANING

PARALI,TAL/DIST:-SATARA

2005-06

SHAHUPURI BANDARA DEVELOPING

I.T.I.SATARA

2006-07

INTERNAL I.T.I.DEVELOPING WORK

I.T.I.SATARA

2007-08

DEVELOPING BHAIRVNATH MANDIR & SHIVAJI MAHARAJ SMARK  COMPOUND DEVELOPING

SHIVTHAR, TAL/DIST:-SATARA

 

Modular Employable Scheme ( MES)

Objectives

  1. To provide vocational training to school leavers, existing workers, ITI graduates, etc. to improve their employability by optimally utilizing the infrastructure available in Govt., Private Institutions and the Industry.  Existing skills of the candidates are tested and certified under the scheme.
  2. To build capacity in the area of development of competency standards, course curricula, learning material and assessment standards in the country

Highlights of the scheme 

  1. Demand driven short term training courses based on Modular Employable Skills (MES) decided in consultation with Industry. MES is the 'minimum skills set' which is sufficient for gainful employment.
  2. Central government facilitates and promotes training while industry, private sector and state government trains the persons.
  3. Optimum utilization of existing infrastructure to make training cost effective.
  4. Flexible delivery mechanism (part time, weekends, full time, onsite/offsite) to suit needs of various target groups.
  5. Different levels of programmes (Foundation level as well as skill upgradation) to meet demands of various target groups. 
  6. The services of existing or retired faculty or guest faculty to be utilized.
  7. Courses  available for persons having completed 5th standard.
  8. Testing & certification of skills acquired informally.
  9. Testing of skills by independent assessing bodies, enquiring impartially.
  10. Certificate recognized  nationally and internationally.

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Sr.

No.

Name Of Course Educational Qualification DURATION
(hrs.)
Course
Fees
1
Automobile
2
Basic Automotive Servicing (4 Wheelers) 5th 180 800
3
Basic Automotive Servicing (2-3 wheelers) 5th 180 800
4
Repair & Overhauling of 2 wheelers( moped) 5th+AUR102 210 800
5

Repair & overhauling of 2 wheelers (scooter)

5th+AUR102 240

800
6

Repair & overhauling of 2 wheelers (motor cycle)

5th +AUR 102 270

800
7
Repair & overhauling of 3 wheelers  5th +AUR 102 270 800
8
Repair & overhauling of engine systems (petrol/diesel) 5th +AUR 101 320 800
9

Repair & overhauling of Chassis system (Light Vehicle)

5th+AUR 101 320 800
10
Repair & overhauling of Chassis system (Heavy Vehicle) 5th+ AUR 101 320 800
11
Repairing of Auto Air Conditioning System 5th+AUR 101 240 800
12
Wheel Alignment & Balancing   5th+AUR 101 120 800
13
Minor Repair of Auto Body   5th+AUR 101 210 800
14
Auto Body Painting   5th+AUR 101 180 800
15
Diesel Fuel injection Technician 5th+AUR 101 180 800
16
Minor Repair of Auto BodyRepair & overhauling of Auto electrical & Electronic system  5th+AUR 101 320 800
17
Bicycle and Tricycle repair                             5th pass 180 500
2
Electrical
1
Basic Electrical Training 8th 120 800
2
Repair of Home Appliance  8th ELE101 120 800
3
House Wiring  8th ELE101 120 800
4
Electronic Choke & CFL Assembling 8th ELE101 120 800
5
Transformer Winding     8th ELE101 120 800
6
Armature Winding  8th ELE101 120 800
7
Rewinding of AC/DC Motors           8th ELE101 120 800
8
Repair of Electrical Power Tools    8th ELE101 120 800
9
Maintenance of Batteries 8th ELE101 60 800
3
Electronics
1
Basic Electronics (Repair & Maintenance of Power  Supply, inverters and UPS 8th 120 800
2
Repair & Maintenance of  TV Receiver  8th+ELC101 60 800
3
Maintenance & Repair of Electronic Test Equipment 8th+ELC101 150 800
4 Repair & Maintenance of cellular Phone 8th+ELC101 60 800
5 Repair & Maintenance of  TV Receiver  8th+ELC101 180 800
6 Maintenance & Repair of Electronic Test Equipment 8th+ELC101 240 800
7 Repair & Maintenance of colure Phone 8th+ELC101 210 800
8 Repair & Maintenance of Intercom system 8th+ELC101 150 800
9 Installation & Maintenance of Electronic Equipment in Cell Phone Towers 8th+ELC101 240 800
10 Repair & Maintenance PA & Audio system 8th+ELC101 120 800
11 Repair & Maintenance Photocopier and Fax Machine 8th+ELC101 120 800
12 Operation of Clinical Equipment   8th+ELC101 180 800
13 Operation of ECG and ICCU Instruments 8th+ELC101 120 800
14 Maintenance of ECG & ICCU Equipment  8th+ELC101 120 800
15 Operation of X-Ray Machine & Dark room Assistance  8th+ELC101 120 800
16 Maintenance Of X-Ray Machine 8th+ELC101 240 800
17 Operation of Physiotherapy Equipment 8th+ELC101 120 800
18 Maintenance Of Physiotherapy Equipment 8th+ELC101 120 800
4
Fabrication
1
Basic Welding (Gas) 8th 120 800
2
Basic Welding (Arc)  8th 120 800
3
Gas Cutting  8th 120 800
4
TIG Welding 8th+FAB101 90 800
5
MAG/ CO2 Welding 8th+FAB102+103 90 800
6
Fabrication Welding 8th+FAB102+103 180 800
7
Pipe welding (TIG&ARC) 8th+FAB102+103    
8
Basic Fitting Work  8th 180 800
9
Basic Sheet Metal Work 8th 180 800
5
Information and Communication Technology
1
Computer fundamentals, MS-Office & Internet 10th pass 120 800
2
Tally 10th pass 180 800
3
Desk Top Publishing 10th pass 180 800
4
Telecom Sales 10th pass 180 800
5
Computer Hardware 10th pass 180 800
6
Computer Networking 10th pass 180 800
7
Domestic BPO 10th pass 180 800
8
Internet Kiosk Operators 10th pass 60 800
9
Web Designing  10th pass 180 800
10 2D Pre –Production Animator 12th 240

800

11 3D- Animation Production 12th 300 800
12 Fundamentals of JAVA TM Programming language SL110 10th 300 800
13 3D – Visualization in Architecture 12th 240 800
14 Architectural & Civil  2D Drafting with AutoCAD 12th 300 800
15 BPO Non –Voice business training  12th 180 800
16 BPO Voice business training 12th 180 800
17 Classical Animation 12th+ICT110 300 800
18 Advanced 3D Animation Production 12th+ICT111 300 800
19 Print Publishing 12th+ICT101 300 800
20 Web Publishing 12th+ICT101 270 800
21 UNIX (R) Essentials Featuring the SOLARIS TM 10 Operating System 12th+ICT101 300 800
22 E-Commerce-start an on line business 12th+ICT101 60 800
23 LINUX Operating system 10th+ICT101 90 800
24 Mechanical Drafting & Modeling With Autodesk Inventor (includes AUTOCAD) 12th+Any EFS Module of production & Manufacturing Sector 300 800
25 Architectural Drafting &3D design With Autodesk Rivet 12th+ICT114 200 800
26 Advanced Web Publishing 12th+ICT220 300 800
27 Advanced Architectural drafting & 3D Design With Auto desk Rivet 12th+ICT225 200 800
28 System Administration for the SOLARIS tm 10 Operating system

 

120 800
6
Production and Manufacturing
1
Turning   8th pass 210 800
2
Advance Turning 8th pass 240 800
3
Milling 8th pass 210 800
4
Advance Milling 8th pass 240 800
5
Surface Grinding 8th pass 210 800
6
Cylindrical Grinding 8th pass 210 800
7
CNC Turning  10th pass 240 800
8
CNC Milling 8th pass 240 800
7
Refrigeration & Air-conditioning
1
Basic Refrigeration & Air Conditioning 5th pass 120 800
2
Repair & Maintenance of Refrigerators and Deep Freezers 5th pass 120 800
3
Service & Maintenance of Water Cooler & Bottle Cooler 5th pass 120 800
4
Repair & maintenance of Air Conditioner 5th pass 120 800
5
Repair & maintenance of Car Air-Conditioning Unit 5th pass 120 800
6
Service & Maintenance of Air Conditioning Plant 8th pass 150 800

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

Objectives

    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.

Year

Nature of Work Name of Company

Amount

2006-07

Welding, Letter box, seal punch , gear cutting, gate, scrapping, farm equipments, pco stand, Inspection of various items, various items, Inverters, Powder coating, spray painting, boiler suit, caning work,box nut, Water meter testing, Rickshaw meter testing etc. Various Govt. offices, ITI’s, Pvt. Co. local MIDC, Individual work as per requirement of public nearby

125000

2007-08

551190

2008-09
(15-1-2009)

331263

 

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Training Career & Placement Office ( 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.C

  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.C

1) PRINCIPAL                                                           Mr. Sonwane V.B.
2) Training Cum Placement Officer                     Mr. Gharge J. R.
3) Jr. Surveyor cum Jr. Apprentice Advisor      Mr. Patsute D.J.

Activities Taken Under TCPC

    • Arranging guest lecturers of personality development and communication skill.
    • To arrange industry visit of ITI trainees in the industry and also arrange training programme
      or 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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