The Department of Skill Development and Industrial Training, Haryana is imparting skill-based training to the unemployed youth of the state through network of 172 Govt. Industrial Training Institutes (139 Co-Ed. ITIs & 33 ITIs exclusively for Women) and 242 Private ITI’s under Craftsman Training Scheme. Engineering & Non- Engineering trade courses of one and two years duration are being run in these institutes. During current academic session 2020-21, 77472 sanctioned seats in 3563 trade units are functional in Govt. ITIs and 55432 sanctioned seats in 2647 trade units are functional in Pvt. ITIs of State. During session 2020-21 admissions, 86036 seats were offered for admission (55100 in Govt. ITIs & 30936 in Pvt. ITIs) against which 62623 trainees (45201 in Govt. ITIs & 17422 in Pvt. ITIs) have been admitted to ITIs.
In the year 1966, when Haryana came into being, there was 48 Govt. Industrial Training Institutes with a seating capacity of 7156. Now, there is a total of 414 Govt. & Pvt. Industrial Training Institutes with 129904 sanctioned seats offering courses in 76 different trades. Quality of training in ITIs is being upgraded regularly by improvement in curriculum, training methodology and training of trainers through industry sector council at Govt. of India. New trades are also being introduced as per market demand.
- Craftsmen Training Scheme
The examination of trade courses running under Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS) Scheme is conducted semester wise in the month of January / February and July / August every year for the certified examination.
- Examination Process :
The department conducts two types of examinations (Semester pattern) i.e
- (i)Exams for trades affiliated with NCVT are being conducted by DGT, GoI and certificates are awarded by NCVT (National Council for Vocational Training) to successful trainees.
- (ii) Exams for trades running under SCVT (State Council for Vocational Training) are being conducted by State Directorate and SCVT certificates are awarded by the State Government.
The State Council for Vocational Training (SCVT) is the counterpart of NCVT at State level and it plays the same role, that is played by NCVT at the national level. The department adheres to the syllabi, academic, and examination system of National Council of Vocational Training / Director General Training, Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Govt of India for NCVT affiliated trades as well as for SCVT Trades.
- The examinations (semester pattern) are conducted twice in a year i.e.
- January/ February: I & III Semester (Regular Trainees)
II & IV Semester (Failure Trainees)
- July/ August: II & IV Semester (Regular Trainees)
I & II Semester (Failure Trainees)
- January/ February: I & III Semester (Regular Trainees)
- In the existing examination (NCVT/SCVT) system, Paper-1 and Paper-2 are OMR based, whereas Paper-III (for 2nd, 3rd & 4th Sem. only) is Engineering Drawing, which is the conventional type. Practical exams are conducted on machines.
- Examination Centre mapping is done by the SD&IT, Haryana as per DGT guidelines to which nearby ITIs are being tagged. Similarly, Bank Mapping for Exam Centres is done by the department for both NCVT & SCVT exams.
- For conducting exams of NCVT affiliated trades, the question papers are prepared and supplied by DGT, GOI directly to the exam centers in the State whereas, for SCVT exams, question papers are being prepared, printed and provided by the department.
- The total marks and the minimum marks required for passing the different subjects in the trade test be as follows:
- Engineering trades under semester system (NCVT & SCVT)
S.No. Subject for the trade test Maximum Marks for each subject Minimum % pass Minimum Marks required for pass 1 Practical (Including sessional marks) 300 (Practical test 270, Sessional work 30) 60% 180 2 Trade Theory (Including sessional marks) 170 (written test 150, sessional work 20) 40% 68 3 Employability skills 50 ( written test 50 ) 40% 20 4 Workshop Calculation & Science ( Including sessional marks ) 85 (Written test 75, sessional work 10) 40% 34 5 Engineering Drawing ( Including sessional marks ) 95 (Drawing test 75, sessional work 20 ) 40% 38 Total – 700 340
- Non-Engineering Trades under Semester System ( NCVT /SCVT)
S.No. Subject for the trade test Maximum Marks for each subject Minimum % pass Minimum Marks required for pass 1 Practical Including sessional marks) 120 (Practical test 100, sessional work 20 60% 72 2 Trade Theory 30 ( Written test 30, sessional work- Nil) 40% 12 3 Employability Skills 50 ( Written test 50 ) 40% 20 Total – 200 104
- Examination Fees
- An examination fee of Rs. 100/- is charged per candidate for appearing in an examination under Craftsmen Training Scheme.
- A late fee of Rs. 500/- is being charged in case the examination fees is deposited after the due date
- Examination process – Apprenticeship Training Scheme
The apprenticeship examination (yearly pattern) is conducted in the month of April and October every year. This examination is conducted by the Directorate General of Training (DGT), Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE). Certificates are awarded by NCVT (National Council for Vocational Training) to successful apprentices.
What is NCVT or SCVT?
State Council Of Vocational Training/National Council for Vocational Training
Following certificates are being issued by the department under various schemes (CTS/COE/TTC/ATS)
1.For Trades running under the State Council of Vocational Training (SCVT):
(i) State Council of Vocational Training (SCVT) Provisional Certificates (Marks Sheet) are issued at the level of Head of the Institute and
(ii) State Level Trade Certificates (SLTC) termed as original certificates are issued at the level of State Directorate Secretary SCVT.
TimeLine: State Council of Vocational Training (SCVT) Provisional certificates are issued within 20-25 days and State Level Trade Certificates (SLTCs) are issued within two months, after the declaration of result.
2. For Trades running under National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT):
(i) National Council for Vocational Council (NCVT) Provisional certificates (Marks sheets) are issued at the level of directorate Secretary SCVT and;
(ii) National Trade Certificate (NTC)/National Apprenticeship Certificate (NAC) termed as Original Certificates are issued by Directorate General of Training (DGT) duly signed by Secretary NCVT.
TimeLine: NCVT Provisional certificates are issued within 15 days and NTCs/NAC are issued within one month of declaration of result.
3. For all Certificates (semester-wise, consolidated & Original), only a One-time fee of Rs 100/- is being charged from the trainees. This fee is being charged from the trainees during the Ist semester exam only.
4. In case, any student applies for the issuance of a duplicate certificate, fee of Rs. 100/- (along with a copy of FIR and affidavit)is being charged from the students for duplicate certificates.