Industrial Training Institute, TASGAON

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History

The Institute was started in the year 1993 with intake capacity of 124 seats in eight  trades. In future the institute have intake capacity of above 250 seats / year in 11 different trades of one year  two years duration, 3 Course of one year duration and 5 courses of two year  durations for Informal sector

Tasgaon & Palus Taluka has satisfactory industrial developed Talukas .Now a days planning of new MIDC project in Sangli district .Due to which a excellent semi skilled man power is requirement of industries. So to improve the quality of training & fulfill industrial skill needs .
 I.T.I. Tasgaon deserves to be selected for Institute Development

 

Profile

State
Maharashtra
District
Sangli
Name Of ITI

Industrial Training Institute , Tasgaon

Street Address           

Datta mal, Manerajuri Road, Vasumbe Phata, TASGAON. Dist. Sangli (MS)   Pin : 416312

City Tasgaon
Name of the Principal Mr. DABHANE  K. K
Mobile No. of Principal 9423273609
Telephone No of ITI          02346-250236
Fax No of ITI 02346-240227
e-mail ID 

ititasgaon@yahoo.co.in

Number of Staff                14
Number of Enrollments 124
Year of Establishment        August 1993

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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. V.M. Thorat , Proprietor, Mahesh Steel Tasgaon ,Director Tasgaon Engineers (existing)

Chairman

2.

Shri. K.K. Dabhane , Principal I.T.I.Tasgaon

Secretary

3.

Shri. M.G. Khare , Proprietor Khare Electronics Tasgaon

Member

4.

Shri. R.B Thorat , Propriteor Shivdatta sales Corporation Tasgaon

Member

5.

Shri. B.G. Mujawar,Representative , State Transport, Tasgaon

Member

6.

Shri. A.T. Chavan , Proprietor, Triplite Invertor & U.P.S, Tasgaon

Member

7.

Shri. Y.P.Pargaonkar, DVETO, Sangli

Member

8.

Shri. G.D. Pawar, G.I., I.T.I. Tasgaon

Member

9.

Shri. Tamboli Asst. Director. Employment & Self Employment , Sangli

Member

Schemes

  • CRAFTSMAN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS)
  • APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING SCHEME (ATS)
  • PRODUCTION ORIENTED TRAINING SCHEME (POTS)
  • LOKSEVA KENDRA
  • MAGEL TYALA VYAVSAY PRASHIKSHAN
  • Modular Employable Schme(MES)

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Courses Available

Conventional Trades

Sr. No.

Details about trades in ITI

Duration

Engineering/ Non Engineering Trades

Intake Capacity

Seats Available for Aug 2009 Entry qualification

No. Of Units

1

Mechanic  Diesel

1 Yr E

16

16

10TH PASS

1

2

Welder  (Gas & Electric)

1 Yr E

12

12

10TH PASS

1

3

Plumber

1 Yr E

16

16

10TH PASS

1

4

Wireman

2 Yr E

16

16

8TH PASS

1

5

Electrician

2 Yr E

16

16

10TH PASS

1

6

Mechanic Radio & T.V.

2 Yr E

16

16

10TH PASS

1

7

Mechanic Electronics

2 Yr E

16

16

10TH PASS

1

8

Fitter

2 Yr E

16

16

10TH PASS

1

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Admission Criterion

CONVENTIONAL TRADES

Two Year Engineering

1. WIREMAN

Eligibility  :- 8th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

Two Year Engineering

1. Electrician

2. Electronics Mech

3. Mechanic Radio & T.V.

4. Fitter

Eligibility  :- 10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

 

One Year Engineering

1. Mechanic  Diesel

2. Welder  (Gas & Electric)

3. Plumber


Eligibility  :-
10th  Pass under 10 + 2 System

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Best Practices

Magel Tyala Vyavsay Prakshishan

This course includes only SC & VJ-NT 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.
  4. Rs.1000/-TOOLKIT FOR PER TRAINEE .

 Following courses are under this scheme

  1. REPAIR OF HOME APPLIENCES 
  2. HOUSE WIRING
  3. REPAIR OF RADIO & AUDIO
  4. PLUMBING WORK
  5. VEHICAL ENGINE REPAIRING
  6. TV SERVISING.
  7. COMPUTER HARDWARE
  8. BASIC WELDING

 

PRODUCTION ORIENTED TRAINING SCHEME

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.)

    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.

Apprenticeship Training Scheme
( Under Appr. Act 1961 )

The objectives of the scheme are:
(a) To regulate the programme of training of apprentices in industry so as to conform to the prescribed syllabi, period of training etc. prescribed by the Central Apprenticeship Council.
(b) To utilise fully the facilities available in industry for imparting practical training with a view to meeting the requirements of skilled workers.
(c) To make it obligatory on the part of employers, both in public-and private-sector industries, to engage apprentices according to the ratio of apprentices to workers ( other than unskilled) in designated trades, Prescribed under the rules.
(d)The training places are located through intensive surveys conducted in establishments. The objective being to locate the maximum facilities for apprenticeship training.

(e)4549 establishments all over the State have so far been engaging apprentices under the Act.1961.
(f) Progress Report Regarding Implementation Of Apprentices Act 1961
The position with regard to the Apprenticeship Training Scheme according to the latest available statistic's as on 31-03-1999 indicated below

 

. Introduction
Industrial development is one of the prime needs for our country. Great Stress has been laid on this factor in the various development plans of the country. The development and sustenance of industry needs trained personnel to perform the multifarious functions necessary for it. Acute shortage of manpower in the skilled categories is felt in many Industries it has been realised that Apprenticeship Training Scheme is one of the most important sources of supply of skilled manpower to the industry. With this objective, the Apprentices Act 1961 was enacted in the parliament on 23rd December 1961. The Act came into force from 1st March 1962 and is applicable to the whole of India.
Under the Act it is a statutory obligation on Employers in the specified industries to engage apprentices as per ratio prescribed in the designated trades.

. Trades Designated
139 trades relating to both Engineering & Non-Engineering Industries have so far been designated under the Act. List enclosed.

 

. Qualification For Admission
a) A person, male or female, is qualified for being engaged as an apprentice if he/she is not less then 14 year of age & satisfies the prescribed standard of education and physical fitness.
b) The minimum educational qualification is different for different trades. For some trades the educational qualification is SSC passed or equivalent whereas for some it is are two classes below SSC There is provision of Apprenticeship Training for ex-ITI students.

 

. Admissions
Apprentices are generally engaged twice a year, during the month of March and September each year, but not later than 15th April and 15th October of that year.

 

. Mode Of Recruitment
The Employer having its own Basic Training facilities can engage fresher Apprentices and employer not having Basic Training facilities have to engaged ex- ITI trainees for Apprenticeship.
Employer has his own choice to engage candidates for Apprenticeship Training. For the engage of Apprentices, the employer can advertise the posts in the local news paper/, he can send his requisition to employment exchange or render all possible assistance from the bonafied egencis for the engagement of Apprentices.

 

. Duration Of Training
For most of the trades the duration of Apprenticeship Training including Basic Training is three year ( 70 trades) & other trades the duration varies from 6th month to 4 years.
Example
a) Tool & Die maker ( Die & Mould) :
b) Tool & Die Maker ( Press Tools & Jigs Fixture) : 4 years
c) Power Electrician :
d) Operator-cum-mechanic ( Power Plant) :
e) Welder ( Gas & Electric)
f) Operator cum-Mechanic Pollution
Mechanic Medical Equipment for
Hospital & Occupational Health Centre
g) Machinist :
h) Electronics : 3 years
i) Turner :
j) Fitter :
i) Apprentice Food Production ( General) : 2 years
j) Apprentice Food Production ( Veg.) :
k) Receptionist :
l) Weaver :
m) Doffer-cum-piecer : 6 month
n) Winder( Textile ) :

 

. Training Programme
Training Programme for Trade Apprentices in each designated trade is comprised of:-
a) Basic Training :- It is imparted to a learner for acquiring a reasonable ability to handle Instruments/Machinery/Equipments independently prior to being moved to Shop-floor/Work area for furthering trade skills. Basic Training is imparted either in a recognised ITI or in a separates building set up by an Employer. It is obligatory to set up a Basic Training Centre for the estt. employing 250 or more workers and have to engage fresher apprentices.

b) On the Job or shop floor Training :- ( Inplant Training ) The shop floor training is to be given to the apprentices by the employer in the workshop.

c) Related Instructions :- The trade apprentice who is undergoing apprenticeship training in an establishment shall, during the period of training be given a course of Related Instruction appropriate to the trade which shall be approved by the State Govt. Related instructions includes trade theory , W/S Calculation ,& Engg. Drawing such knowledge is required to be given to the Apprentices to become fully qualified as a skilled craftsman.Related instruction shall be imparted at the cost of the appropriate government but the employer shall, when so required, afford all facilities for imparting such instructions.

 

. Rates of Stipend 
 The minimum rates of stipend prescribed under the rules are indicated below. Employers are encouraged to pay higher stipends should they wish to.

Sr.No

Period

Stipend

1)

1st Year Training

Rs. 680/-

2)

2nd Year Training

Rs. 780/-

3)

3rd Year Training

Rs. 900/-

4)

4th Year Training

Rs. 1020/-


. Final Trade Test  
Every apprentice who has completed the prescribed period of apprenticeship training and has put in minimum required attendance shall appear for an All India Trade Test which is conducted under the aegis of the National Council for Vocational Training. These tests are held twice a year.

. Offer and acceptance of employment:
It shall not be obligatory on the part of the employer to offer an employment to an apprentice nor shall it be obligatory on the part of the apprentice to accept an employment under the employer on successful completion of training, unless it is specifically provided in the contract of Apprenticeship.

. Contract of Apprenticeship 
Every person regarded as an apprentice or if he is a minor his guardian shall have to execute a contract of apprenticeship with the employer in the prescribed form, which will be registered with the Apprenticeship Adviser. The Apprenticeship Training will be imparted in pursuance of this contract. The apprentices and the employer shall carry out their obligation under this contract.

. Obligations of the three parties involved in the contract
a) Government:
i) To bear the cost on Related Instructions to be imparted to apprentices.
ii) To provide basic training to apprentices engaged by employer employing less than 500 workers other than unskilled workers.
iii) To inspect the progress of training of apprentices
iv) To conduct final examination and issue certificates on behalf of NCVT
v) To register the contracts of apprenticeship executed between apprentices/guardian and employer and to look into complaints, if any, between them.
b) Employer
i) To engage apprentices as per prescribed ratio.
ii) To provide the apprentices with training in his trade.
iii) To submit periodical reports and returns to the Govt.
iv) To meet his share of expenditure in imparting training including payment of stipend to apprentices.
v) To release apprentices for R.I. classes either on day or block release basis
vi) To look after the health , safety and welfare of apprentices.
c) Apprentices:-
i) To learn his trade conscientiously and diligently.
ii) To attend the practical and Related Instruction classes regularly.
iii) To carry out his obligations under the contract of Apprenticeship, to be executed by him at the time of admission.

. Offences and Penalties:-
Where the contract of Apprenticeship is terminated due to failure on the part of an employer in carrying out the terms and conditions of contract, he shall be liable to pay to the apprentice compensation of an amount equivalent to his three months last drawn stipend.

 

Modular Employable Scheme ( MES)

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 industry

 Flexible delivery mechanism (part time weekends full time)

 Different levels of programmes (Foundation level as skill up gradation) 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)

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Sr.No. Name Of Course Educational Qualification DURATION
(WEEK)
3 DAY'S
Course
Fees
1
Apparel : Fees - 1000
2

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8 ¾Öß ¯ÖÖÃÖ ¾ÖµÖ ú´ÖßŸÖ ú´Öß 14 ¾ÖÂÖ Ô

180 ŸÖÖÃÖ

1500/-

3

׸ü¯Öꆸü & ´Öê­™ü­Ö­ÃÖ †Öò±ú ¯Öß.‹.& Audio system

8 ¾Öß ¯ÖÖÃÖ ¾ÖµÖ ú´ÖßŸÖ ú´Öß 14 ¾ÖÂÖ Ô

120 ŸÖÖÃÖ

1500/-

4

Establishment  & Maintaince of DTH system

8 ¾Öß ¯ÖÖÃÖ ¾ÖµÖ ú´ÖßŸÖ ú´Öß 14 ¾ÖÂÖ Ô

120ŸÖÖÃÖ

1500/-

5

Basic automobile serviceing of 2 & 3 wheeler

5¾Öß ¯ÖÖÃÖ ¾ÖµÖ ú´ÖßŸÖ ú´Öß 14 ¾ÖÂÖÔ

180 ŸÖÖÃÖ

1500/-

6

Repair & overoiling of Moped

5¾Öß ¯ÖÖÃÖ ¾ÖµÖ ú´ÖßŸÖ ú´Öß 14 ¾ÖÂÖÔ

210 ŸÖÖÃÖ

1500/-

7

Repair & overoiling of Motor cycle

5¾Öß ¯ÖÖÃÖ ¾ÖµÖ ú´ÖßŸÖ ú´Öß 14 ¾ÖÂÖÔ

270 ŸÖÖÃÖ

1500/-

8

Repair & overoiling of scooter

5¾Öß ¯ÖÖÃÖ ¾ÖµÖ ú´ÖßŸÖ ú´Öß 14 ¾ÖÂÖÔ

240 ŸÖÖÃÖ

1500/-

9

House wiring

5¾Öß ¯ÖÖÃÖ ¾ÖµÖ ú´ÖßŸÖ ú´Öß 14 ¾ÖÂÖÔ

120ŸÖÖÃÖ

1500/-

10

Repair of home applince

5¾Öß ¯ÖÖÃÖ ¾ÖµÖ ú´ÖßŸÖ ú´Öß 14 ¾ÖÂÖÔ

120 ŸÖÖÃÖ

1500/-

11

Basic electrical training

5¾Öß ¯ÖÖÃÖ ¾ÖµÖ ú´ÖßŸÖ ú´Öß 14 ¾ÖÂÖÔ

120 ŸÖÖÃÖ

1500/-

LOKSEVA KENDRA

  1. Objective : To form a Co-op society so that trainees should know the working with co-operation with the help of the society .Trainees can get a work from other Govt.dept.without tender & without notice.The institute should get recognation a maintaince repair shop and the pepole can trust the pupils for work which is done by other untrained shopkeepers.The trained manpower is working for the society & the dreams can true as per Dept. achievements.
    • Benefits : Trainees get knowledge of co-op sector & its working .They also get facility of costly machinery with only 10% of his total cost of work after complection of his training the students who didn’t get admission to ITI or who has not get proper educational qualification can get technical training for very short period of half year period.

    SHORT TERM COURSES

     

    a) Objective : Those who want to learn technical skill but they has not educational qualification or as well as they are working some where .This scheme is specially made for these people in this scheme .There are a some courses from Board of V.E.of six month period as well as some courses are from 2 months to 3 months Group of 10 or 15 candidate if demand for special course then it can be arrange  at institute level also through that particular trade is not taught regularly at this institute.
                            
     b) Benefits : Earning revenue for institute . Utilization  of all training facility and machinery.
                                
    c)Revenue generated
                  
                                     

    Year

    Total Revenue generated
    In Rs Lakhs

    Major Activities

    2004-05

    000

    -

    2005-06

    0.05

    2 months courses

    2007-08

    0.05

    2 months courses

     

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