ITIs to get separate boards as the government may approve the establishment of ITI board soon. A big move in favour of students who are pursuing various courses under ITI. As per sources, every year, as many as 23 lakhs students pass out from ITI across the country. The purpose of setting up a board for ITIs is to strengthen them like CBSE and ICSE board have. As after the establishment of ITI board, the candidates will get the certificate which enables them for admission into other school and colleges in regular courses. The ITI passed out candidates will be considered as similar as pass out from CBSE and ICSE board. Read out the complete news on this page.
Earlier, on the completion of ITI, the candidates receive National Trade Certificates. However, with the foundation of ITI Board, the candidates will receive the certificate with the equal value as provided by CBSE and ICSE boards. The board will be responsible to provide assessment and certification to ITIs’ candidates.
Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship initiated the idea of setting up a board for ITI which was further approved by HRD minister, however, the final decision regarding the approval and funding will be announced soon by the officials.
Career after ITI
The candidates who complete two years of ITI with the certificate are eligible to apply for lateral entry into polytechnic courses. The candidates are also eligible to apply for government-approved polytechnic JEXPO and VOLCET after completion of ITI. The candidates also undergo Apprenticeship training after the completion of ITI which also pays stipend during the training period which usually lasts for one year.
Highlights of the News!
- ITI will get a board like CBSE and ICSE are.
- The board will be responsible for providing the assessment and certification to the candidates.
- Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship initiated the idea in favour of ITI's students.
- HRD Minister has already approved the notion.
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