Online registration process for ITI admissions begins

By Lokmat English Desk | Published: July 22, 2021 09:10 PM2021-07-22T21:10:02+5:302021-07-22T21:10:02+5:30

Aurangabad, July 22: The online registration process for Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) has begun. Those who have passed SSC ...

Online registration process for ITI admissions begins | Online registration process for ITI admissions begins

Online registration process for ITI admissions begins

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Aurangabad, July 22:

The online registration process for Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) has begun.

Those who have passed SSC are eligible to apply for the admissions on the portal (https://admission.dvet.gov.in).

The online application form will be confirmed after paying the required fees.

Admission brochure, list of documents for admissions, a trade-wise cut-off of three years, information about training fee reimbursement scheme, hostels lists and Government Resolutions related to admissions are available on the website.

The admissions would be given through the Centralised Online Admission Process (COAP).

A provisional merit list will be released for correction in application forms. Candidates will be able to submit their objections through the ‘Grievance Redressal’ round.

Candidates can download the android ‘MahaITI App’ from ‘Google Play Store.’

With the help of App, they can download the application form, selection letter, receipt of admission confirmation and change option as and when required.

Principal of Government ITI Abhijit Alte said that there are 1172 seats in 29 trades of the Government ITI including Wireman, Turner, Draughtsman Civil, Mechanic (motor vehicle and refrigeration and air conditioner), Electrician, Painter (general), Fitter, Mechanic Electronics, and duration of each ranges one to two years.

“We have signed a memorandum of understanding various prominent companies to enhance training facility and quality. Those who complete the ITI course is given admissions to direct second of the polytechnic. ITI passed candidates have opportunities of jobs and higher education under the training scheme,” he said.

There are 9,417 seats of training in 853 industries of the district, while 6,118 ITI candidates are undergoing training currently.

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