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Haryana ITI Result 2020

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In the Indian state of Haryana, the Department of Skill Development and Industrial Training offers skill training to the youth population. Haryana has 172 Government Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) and 246 Private Industrial Training Institutes (PITIs); both conduct trade programs. The GITIs constitute 139 Co-Ed and 33 women-only ones.

Across Indian states, the Industrial Training Institutes function as post-secondary schools. Further, the ITIs come under the Directorate General of Training (DGT) of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship of the Union Government. The technical training centers were instituted to impart training in an array of trades.

As part of ITI trades, both the 2-year engineering and 1-year non-engineering ones are included

In Haryana, during the academic session 2019-20, a total of 74384 seats got sanctions in 3655 trade units. Under GITI’s, out of the 57328 seats in 2612 trade units, 57328 seats were released for admission in 2612 trade units. For the PITIs, out of the 47216 in 1593 trade units, 34388 in 1593 trade units were offered for admission. In total, 65623 trainees were granted admission through the year 2019-20; 47386 in GITIs and 18241 in PITIs.

During the year 1966, the state of Haryana was formed, having 48 GITIs with 7156 seating capacity. Presently, the state boasts of 418 GITIs and PITIs, including a total of 121600 sanctioned seats. The Haryana-based ITIs conduct a range of programs in 81 varied trades.

Besides, the ITIs regularly update the course curriculum, training methods and conduct refresher training of the trainers via the Industry Sector Council of the Government of India. Going by the market demands, new trade courses are being introduced as well.

In general, ITIs offer vocational training to youngsters who want to gain technical know-how. Upon completing the courses, they have to appear for the All India Trade Test (AITT). If successful, they receive the National Trade Certificate.

To apply to the Haryana ITIs, the aspirants should visit the official website for filling the online admission form itiharyana.gov.in.

Different trade courses have varying eligibility norms; they require the candidates to pass 8th or 10th or 12th standard exams to qualify. Depending on their grades in the qualifying exam, the candidates get admission on merit basis.

For other important information on Haryana ITIs, the aspiring candidates can browse the www.haryanaiti.in website as well.