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  The Department of Technical Education besides its other activities in the sphere of Vocational Education has been implementing Craftsmen Training Scheme sponsored by the Govt. of India in the State of Jammu and Kashmir for more than half a century now. It has been playing a proactive role in cultivating and nurturing the industrial work culture in the State by equipping the unemployed educated youth with gainful training in the Trades emerging in the market both in the industrial and services sectors from time to time.

There is network of 54 Govt. Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) and 28 Private ITIs located in the every nook and corner of the State offering training in as

many as 70 designated Engineering and Non-Engineering Trades. The Trades are need based and job oriented.
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The Department continually made its sincere efforts to extend the scope and growth of ITIs even in the arduous and painstaking situations. With the ever-changing trend of technology, the Department did not remain static and stationary but constantly carried forward the process of revamping of the ITIs and revitalizing the Training Programme with great perfection to meet the timely need of market as well as the areas where the particular ITIs are located. As a part of this activity, the Department has upgraded and modernized all the old 37 ITIs by introducing modern courses and diversifying the obsolete and outdated courses with Centrally Sponsored Scheme. On the other hand, for not having the sufficient training facilities in the State for women, the Department established 9 ITIs and 46 Women Wings of different Trades/exclusively for women.

With a view to practically enforce Industry-Institute-Interaction in the ITIs, Govt. of India introduced two Schemes viz. Upgradation of ITIs under Vocational Training Improvement Project and Public Private Partnership. Under the Scheme Vocational Training Improvement Project, 10 ITIs at Jammu, Srinagar, Baramulla, Anantnag, Hiranagar, Rajoluri, R. S. Pura, Kishtwar, Kupwara and Doda have been taken up. Out of which 3 ITIs viz. Jammu, Srinagar and Anantnag have been changed into Centres of Excellence in the Automobile and Electric Sectors respectively. As regards the scheme of Upgradation, of ITIs under Public Private Partnership, 34 ITIs viz. Samba, Kathua, Udhampur, Pulwama, Ganderbal, Budgam, Bandipora, Sopore, Chararishrief, Kulgam, Reasi, Poonch, Sunderbani, Mendhar, Leh, Tral, Shopian, Pattan, Uri, Handwara, Ramban, Bhadu/Billawar, Bhaderwarh, Kangan, Pampore, Lalpora, Rohama, Kargil, Dharmari, Gool, Bhaleesa, Basholi, Kalakote and Surankote have been taken up under the scheme till the financial year 2010-11. Different modern and job oriented Trades are being introduced and upgraded under these Schemes in the ITIs.
Vocational Training is perceived to be the backbone of socio-economic development of the State/Country. The scenario of the State in this regard demonstrates that the industrial production (quantitatively and qualitatively) is still comparatively poorer than those of other States of the country. While the trend of employment has changed in the world, the youth of our land are still looking forward to Govt. Jobs losing their ages after pursuing aimless education. They do not benefit from Vocational Education in the true sense of its meaning. Let they induce themselves to Vocational Training and benefit from it by setting up their own enterprises, workshops etc. and create enthusiasm and fervor for updating their skills in future also as per the emerging requirements of market .This all will get rid them of unnecessary worries and embarrassments of unemployment. Let they prepare themselves to be employees and employers of their own firms and workshops from now on. The idea is proliferating among the modern generations in all the developed and under-development countries of the world.

A GLIMPSE OVER CRAFTSMEN TRAINING SCHEME

The Craftsmen Training Scheme was introduced by the Government of India in 1950 to ensure a steady flow of skilled workers in different trades for the domestic industry, to raise quantitatively and qualitatively the industrial production by systematic training, to reduce unemployment among the educated youth by providing them employable training, to cultivate and nurture a technical and industrial attitude in the minds of the younger generation. The Scheme, the most important in the field of Vocational Training, has been shaping craftsmen to meet the existing as well as future manpower need, through the vast network of ITIs in the various states/ union territories in the country. The Scheme was transferred to the State Governments from the year 1956 and the same was introduced in the State in the year 1958 by the establishment of two ITIs at Srinagar and Jammu.



In addition to CTS, Apprenticeship Training Scheme is playing a vital role in local established industries to meet the requirement of manpower in the industries as well as in self employment.
Another Scheme viz. Skill Development Initiative (SDI) is aimed at empowering all individuals through improved skills, knowledge and internationally recognized qualifications to enable access to decent employment and promote inclusive growth and ensure India’s competitiveness in the global market.

NOMENCLATURE OF TRADES INTRODUCED/BEING INTRODUCED IN THE ITI’S.

S. No.
Name of the Trade
Duration
1.
Electrician

2 years

2.

Instrument Mechanic

2 years

3.

Electronics Mechanic

2 years

4
Turner

2 years

5
Machinist

2 years

6

Mechanic (Moto/Vehicle)

2 years

7

Mechanic (Radio & TV)

2 years

8
Fitter

2 years

9

Information Technology & Electronics System Maintenance

2 years

10

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

2 years

11

Draftsman (Civil)

2 years

12

Draftsman (Mechanical)

2 years

13

Mechanic Computer Hardware

2 years

14

Digital Photographer

2 years

15

Mechanic Auto Electrical & Electronics

2 years

16

Mechanic Industrial Electronics

2 years

17

Fitter General

2 years

18

Mechanic Consumer Electronics

2 years

19

Multi-skilled Electronics Mechanic

2 years

20

Painter General

2 years

21

Urdu Calligraphy

2 years

22
Plumber

1 year

23

Stenography (English)

1 year

24

Cutting & Sewing

1 year

25

Computer Operator & Programming Assistant

1 year

26

Mason (B. C.)

1 year

27

Mechanic (Diesel)

1 year

28

Mechanic (Tractor)

1 year

29

Calico Printing

1 year

30
Welder

1 year

31
Carpenter

1 year

32

Health & Sanitary Inspector

1 year

33

Fashion Technology

1 year

34

Preservation of Fruits and Vegetable

1 year

35

Sanitary Hardware Fitter

1 year

36

Secretarial Practice

1 year

37

Dress Making

1 year

38

Desktop Publishing Operator

1 year

39

Printing and Packaging

1 year

40

Textile Technology

1 year

41

Extruder Operator

1 year

42

Food Processing

1 year

43

Mechanic Repair & Maintenance of (light vehicle)

1 year

44
Horticulture

1 year

45

Modern Wood Technology

1 year

46

Dairying

1 year

47

Auto CAD

1 year

48

Advanced Welding

1 year

49

Tourist Guide

6 months

50

Corporate House Keeping

6 months

51

Floriculture and Landscaping

6 months

52

Computer Languages

6 months

53

Computer Aided Embroidery

6 months

54

Front Office Assistant

6 months

55

Interior Decorator and Designing

6 months

56

Driver-cum-Mechanic (light vehicle)

6 months

57

Pre/Preparatory School Management

6 months

58

Data Entry Operator

6 months

59

Computer Assembly and Maintenance

6 months

60

Network Technician

6 months

61

Building Maintenance

6 months

62

Rural Informatics Management

6 months

63

Domestic Housekeeping

6 months

64

Software Application

6 months

65

Jewelry and Precious Metal Works

6 months

66

Crèche Management

6 months

67

Hair and Skin Care

6 months

68

Marble Extractor/Processor

6 months

69

Hotel Management

6 months

70

Broad Based Basis Training (Automobile)

1 year

71

Broad Based Basis Training (Electric)

1 year

 CERTIFICATION
The Craftsmen Training Scheme is conducted under the aegis of National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) all over the country, through the respective State Councils for Vocational Training (SCVT) in the States. On completion of the training, the all India Trade Test (AITT) is conducted by the NCVT leading to the award of National Trade Certificate (NTC) on successful qualification of the AITT (which is generally the qualification required for the recruitment to the subordinate technical services at the National and the State levels). The possession of the NTC opens wide doors of employment in the Industrial Sector within the country and as skilled workers abroad.
Trades which are not affiliated with NCVT are conducted through SCVT in the State and a trainee is awarded, State Trade Certificate on successful qualification of the Trade Test to be conducted by the SCVT.

FACILITIES
Library and Games facilities shall be available for the trainees during their period of training in the ITIs. Hostel facilities wherever available in the ITIs shall also be provided.
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BRIEF WRITE-UP ABOUT THE NATURE AND SCOPE OF SOME TRADES FUNCTIONING IN THE ITIS.
Engineering Trades:
1. Electrician: The training aims at producing a general purpose technician with skills in Domestic Wiring, Motor Winding and Transformers Winding etc. The training also provides useful knowledge of Electrical Gadgets, Electronic Circuits and other Home appliances.
2. Electronics Mechanic: It is aimed at to produce a technician with knowledge of Electronic Components and Circuits, able to identify defects and repair/maintain popular Electronic Equipments like TV, VCR, VCP, VCD,DVD, Stereo, Digital telephones etc. He/she is also provided with knowledge of Digital Electronics and Electronic alarming Systems.
3. Turner: The trainee is trained in Lathe Machine Operations like Facing, Turning, Threading, Drilling, Boring and Reaming besides, he is trained in Gear Cutting etc. There is a lot of job potential for such skilled workers in heavy and medium industry besides for self employment.
4. Instrument Mechanic: It deals with working and operation of different types of instruments used in electrical, Electronics, Mechanical and Chemical Industries and day-to-day application. The trainee receives an insight of the various types of Testing and Safety devices and has a wide scope for employment.


5. Mechanic (Motor/Vehicle): The training aims at producing a fully skilled motor vehicle mechanic who can independently undertake all types of repairs of vehicles and motors etc. There is tremendous scope for self employment.

6. Carpenter: The training aims at cultivating such skills in a not-so-well-read candidate as could help him in making as honorable living in the society. He learns making furniture items besides working as a general purpose Carpenter. There is a lot of demand for such skilled workers locally and abroad.
7. Mason (Building Constructor): The purpose of the training is producing a modern day skilled worker for house/building constructions. The candidate is acquainted with the basic technology of Building Making such that he can as well oversee Civil Constructions in the course of his career in an Engineering Department.
8. Welder: The candidate is trained in both Gas and Arc welding and is also familiarized with modern Welding and Allied Equipment such that he is able to undertake all types of Welding even in a demanding situation. The training can open a lot of job opportunities for the candidate in industrial sector, besides enabling him to go in for profitable self-employment.
9. Plumber: A candidate is trained to be able to work as a Domestic/Commercial Plumber. There are a lot of job opportunities for a good plumber in all sectors including self employment.
10. Air-conditioning and Refrigeration:
Training in the Trade aims at transforming the candidate into a complete Air Conditioning Mechanic, able to repair Refrigerators, Air Conditioners and Car ACs etc. The job has a tremendous potential for self-employment as there is an acute dearth of such facilities even in the major towns of the State.

11. Mechanic Diesel: The main purpose of the training is to produce skilled mechanics to repair all types of Heat Engines and calibration of Fuel Injection Pumps. Knowledge of the repairs Heavy Diesel Vehicles like trucks etc. is also imparted. There is a tremendous scope for employment in the marine industries and also for self-employment.

 

12. Mechanic Tractor:
The candidate is trained in repairs for internal Combustion Engines, Hydraulic Drafts, lifts and is also acquainted with ploughing of agriculture fields. There is a tremendous scope for self employment.
13. Painter General : Training is provided in all types of painting works like painting Sign Boards of different styles, household painting and Art painting like making portraits etc. There is a lot of scopoe for self-employment and employment and employment is army, police etc.
14. Interior Decorator & Designing: The course is aimed at producing from the ITIs the skilled manpower that would have the latest knowledge of Interior Decoration and Designing about the various types of buildings at grass route level.

Non-Engineering Trades:

1. Computer Operator & Programming Assistant :
The Trade qualifies a candidate to work as a middle level computer professional. Concepts of both Hardware and Software are given in the training. The trainees become conversant with operating systems like DOS, Windows and UNIX, Language Programming as D-Base and C/C++ is done and knowledge is also imparted about Internet and its scope.

2. Stenography (English):
The training aims at developing the necessary skills in the “would be office stenographers” besides equipping them in all the aspects of the job such that one is transformed into a skilled Stenographers on completion of his training.
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3. Cutting & Sewing:
The Trade primarily for female candidates equips them with the basic skills of tailoring so that the would-be mothers are able to stitch the normal clothes of self and her family. She shall also be able to make a living with the skills in her locality, if she desires so.







4. Dress Making:
The objective of this course is to impact necessary knowledge and skill to the trainees in the Trade so that they become employable as stitching machine operators or cutters or pattern making helpers in the Garment Making Industry or Tailoring Establishment or set up own cutting/tailors shops.
5. Tourist Guide:
The State of Jammu and Kashmir is famous for Kashmir, the paradise on earth, and Mata Vaishno Devi, the greatest Shrine of Hindus in the northern India. The Ladakh Region is also beautiful at its place. The State attracts a large number of tourists who come from all over the India/World to visit the State. In order to prepare the technically trained Tourist Guides, the Trade has great job opportunity in the public as well as private sector.
6. Software Application:
On completion of the trained personnel will be able to acquire the basic knowledge of computer, communication skills, knowledge in software engineering, working with VB Controls, to work with SQL commands, working with functions, know how about VB
Application development and ready to do small projects.

7. Computer Languages: The objective of the course is to make the students understand the programming language, concept of loops, reading set wise refinement, functions, control structure, arrays. After completion of the course the student is expected to understand to develop efficient algorithms to solve problems, to use various constructs of a programming languages viz. conditional, iteration and recursion, implementation of algorithms of C languages, use of simple data structures like arrays, stacks and links lists in solving problems. Handing file in C etc.
8. Rural Informatics Management:
The course is aimed at teaching the candidate how to acquire the information such as, Agriculture marketing and Mandi Information, Health and Sanitary practices, National Initiatives like family welfare, disaster management, employment opportunities, weather forecasting and so on from core of rural informatics.
ADMISSIONS FOR FREE SEATS:
The admissions for free seats will be made purely on merit based on the marks obtained by the applicants in their qualifying examination based on the minimum qualifications prescribed for the respective Trade Reservations of seats as per Training Manual of NCVT, shall be made.
II. For Payment Seats:
The admission for Payment seats shall also be made on the same procedure as laid down for free seats mentioned above.
Eligibility Candidates for Admissions:
i. Those who are permanent residents of the J&K State (except for the wards of Defense Personnel for whom special sanction from the Govt. is required.)
ii. The lower age limit on 1st of August of the corresponding year should be 14 years and there is no upper age limit to apply for admission in any of the trades.
iii. Those who possess the minimum academic qualification prescribed for each trade.
iv. Those who undertake to abide by the rules/regulations of the ITIs.
v. 30% seats are available for women candidates in each trade.
PLACEMENT ACTIVITIES

The Department is in constant endeavor to get in touch with different companies of the State/Country to ensure placement of ITI Pass outs in different trades from time to time.
Accordingly, Campus Interviews for ITI passed out trainees are conducted in major ITIs of the State.
In past, Placement Fair for placement of ITI passed outs has been organized in the beginning of the current calendar year in which 19 different Companies and Industries besides the more than 1000 candidates participated. 187 passed outs ITI trainees were selected for placements on spot.
Placements have been made for 230 ITI passed out trainees during the year 2010.
In addition to above, 2 days workshop on “Management of Placement Activities of Technical Education” was organized by the Department in collaboration with NITTR Chandigarh at Srinagar and Jammu.
Start of 2nd Shifts:
2nd Shifts in popular Trades like Electrician, Computer Operator & Programming Assistant, Electronics Mechanic, Fitter, Turner, Plumber, Draftsmen Civil, Mechanic Computer Hardware, Mechanic (Motor/Vehicle) Mason (B.C.) etc have been started on self financing basis under SCVT almost in all the ITIs of the State to increase the seating capacity of these Trades.

Fees and Payments:
Candidates selected against free seats for admission in COPA, Electrician, Electronics Mechanic and Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning Trades shall be required to deposit Rs. 400/- as Admission Fee and Rs. 50/- as Student’s Welfare Fund. Those selected in other Trades will have to deposit Rs. 300/- as Admission Fee and Rs. 50/- as Student’s Welfare Fund.
Candidates selected against payment seats in COPA, Electrician, Electronics Mechanic and Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Trades shall have to deposit a fee of Rs. 3000/- besides the charges mentioned above. Those selected for other Trades against the payment seats shall deposit Rs. 1000/- besides above charges.
NCC Activities:
Like other Educational Institutions, NCC classes are available in major ITIs at Anantnag, Srinagar, Baramulla, Jammu, Kishtwar, Hiranagar and Rajouri to give exposure of trainees about fundamentals of defense activities.
Clearance of Grievances and Complaints:
In case of any difficulty experienced by the candidates seeking admissions in various Trades of ITIs, the concerned should contact the relevant authorities on the following telephone numbers provided grievance or complaint is genuine and reasonable.
0194-2491613 (Directorate Office)
9419164980 ( -do- )
9419160972 (Dy. Director Jammu )
9419018836 (Dy. Director Kashmir)
EXTRACT OF IMPORTANT RULES
i. An aptitude test would be conducted of the candidates admitted in the ITIs at the end of the second month after admission. A candidate found unsuitable for a Trade can be considered for another Trade before he/she is rejected altogether.
ii. The minimum compulsory attendance for trainees with regard to their eligibility for appearing in the All India Trade Test/State Test is 80% for the actual number of working days.
iii.Casual leave at the rate of 12 days per year for the course will be admissible to trainees subject to a maximum of 10 days at any one time.
iv.A candidate who is unable to attend due to illness may be allowed medical leave up 15 days. Leave for a further period not exceeding 3 weeks for 2 years training course in continuation or in addition to 15 days absence may be granted to a trainee on production of Medical Certificate.
v. Trainees who are not to fit to attend the training after the leave period shall be discharged from the institute.
vi.A trainee who absents himself from the training for 10 consecutive days without permission and without informing the Head of the Institute about the reasons of his absence will be treated as an absconder.

vii. Candidates selected for admission in an ITI shall have to deposit his/her School Leaving Certificate/Discharge Certificate of the School/College last attended in original in the institute together with the admission dues within 7 days of the selection failing which the seat will be passed on to the next eligible candidate.

S.No
Institution
Designation
Name of the Officer
Contact
1

Dy Directorate of Technical Education Jammu Division

Dy Director
Sh. Rajinder Gupta
9419160972
2
ITI Jammu
 Principal

Sh. Mohammad Iqbal Kohli

9469218362
3
ITI Kishtwar
Principal

Sh. Ashiq Nabi( Prpl. Poly. Kishtwar

9858418880
4
ITI Hiranagar
Principal
Sh. Rajinder Kumar
9697262828
5
ITI Sunderbani
Superintendent
Sh. Ujwal Mahajan
9419170072
6
ITI Rajouri
Incharge Supddt
Sh. Mandeep Dogra
9419187416
7
ITI Nowshera
Superintendent
Sh. Amandeep Singh
9419108593
8

ITI for Women Kalakote

Superintendent
Sh. Mushtaq Ah.
9419645863
9
ITI Mendhar
Superintendent
Sh. Niyaz Ahmed
9419189216
10
ITI R S Pora
Superintendent
Sh. Ruchi Sharma
9419369115
11
ITI Samba
Superintendent
Sh. Baldev Raj
9419114501
12
ITI Poonch
Superintendent
Sh. Talat Mehmood
9622380646
13
ITI Kathua
Superintendent
Sh. Naresh Singh
9419107832
14
ITI Basholi
Superintendent
Sh. Ajay Kumar
9622006209
15
ITI Bani
Superintendent
Sh. Ajay Kumar
9622006209
16
ITI Bhaddu Billawar
Superintendent
Sh. R.S. Bhatti
9469394786
17
ITI Ramban
Superintendent
Sh. Mudasir Shamus
9419132826
18
ITI Gool
Superintendent
Sh. Javed Ahmad
8803242670
19
ITI Banihal
Superintendent
Sh. Mushtaq Ahmad Malik
9906464047
20
ITI Reasi
Superintendent
Sh. Anoop Sharma
9419151206
21
ITI for women Dharmari
Superintendent
Sh. Javed Ahmad
8803242670
22

ITI for women Bhaleesa

Superintendent
Sh. Ravi Gupta
9697134595
23
ITI Doda
Superintendent
Sh. Ravi Gupta
9697134595
24
ITI Bhaderwah
Superintendent
Sh. Ravi Gupta
9697134595
25
ITI Udhampur
Superintendent

Sh. Rajesh Kumar Banotra

9906355355
26

ITI for women Surankote

Superintendent
Sh. Niyaz Ah.
9419189216
27
ITI for Women Jammu
Superintendent
Sh Harpreet Singh
9419114540
S.No
Institution
Designation
Name of the Officer
Contact
1

Dy Directorate of Technical Education Kashmir Division

Dy Director
Sh. G.M.Bhat
9419018836
2
ITI Srinagar
Principal
Sh. Mohd Ashraf
941945551
3
ITI Baramulla
Principal

Sh. Javed Ahmad Ganai

9622460657
4
ITI Anantnag
Principal
Sh. Muzaffar Ahmad
9906787890
5
ITI Budgam
Principal
Sh. Nazar-ul-Islam
9906787890
6
ITI Pattan
Superintendent
Sh. Showkat Anwar
9419039952
7
ITI Pampore
Superintendent
Sh.Mohsin Ali
9906510187
8
ITI for women Bemina
Superintendent
Sh. Imran Wajhat
9419003155
9
ITI Bandipora
Superintendent
Sh. Aijaz Ahmad
990647958
10
ITI Hajin
Superintendent
Sh. Mubashir Hafiz
8803741164
11
ITI Gurez
Superintendent
Sh. Aijaz Ahmad
990647958
12
ITI Sopore
Superintendent
Sh. Irshad Jan
9622891011
13
ITI Kulgam
Superintendent
Sh. Fida Hussian
8491837832
14
ITI Pulwama
Superintendent
Sh. B.A. Beigh
9622500915
15
ITI Shopian
Superintendent
Sh. M.A. Shah
9906540892
16
ITI Ganderbal
Superintendent
Sh. Javeed Hussian
9906934901
17
ITI Kangan
Superintendent
Sh. G.N. Shah
9419752415
18
ITI Charisharief
Superintendent
Sh. Bilal Ahmad
9596256544
19
ITI Uri
Superintendent
Sh. Aijaz Majid Kakroo
9419418055
20
ITI Rohama
Superintendent
Sh. Javid Ah. Ganaie
9622460657
21
ITI Kupwara
Superintendent
Sh. Bilal Ahmad wani
01955-252125
22
ITI Tangdar
Superintendent
Sh.Qari Mohd. Arif
9622656869
23

ITI for women Lal Pora

Superintendent
Sh.A. R. Bajard
9797788619
24
ITI Handwara
Superintendent
Sh.A. R. Bajard
9797788619
25
ITI Seer Hamdan
Superintendent
Sh.Manzoor Ah. Shah
9419050313
26
ITI Tral
Superintendent
Sh. Bashir Ah. Beigh
9622500915
27     
ITI Leh                                 
Superintendent
Sh. Pasvinder Singh
01982252428
28
ITI Kargil
Superintendent
Sh. Madan Singh
01985232390
29
ITI Khori Batpora
Superintendent
Sh. A.R. Wani
9797128745