Craftsman Training Scheme (CTS)
The objective of CTS is to provide skilled workman to various industries. The syllabus contents provide scope for self-employment also.
Benefits to the Trainees :
The trainees will be provided with Raw materials, consumable etc., required for training at free of cost. Nearly 96% of the sanctioned strength will get a stipend of Rs. 50/- per month and in addition to this 4% of trainees in Engineering Trades and 2% of trainees in non Engineering Trades will get a merit scholarship at the rate of Rs. 150-00 per month. For SC/ST candidates, fees can be reimbursed from the social welfare department.
The selection of candidates for admission to ITI will be made on Merit-Cum-Reservation basis as per the Government orders issued time to time. For rural candidates additional 10% of total marks secured will be added as a weightage.
There is very good demand for ITI admission, and usually application for admission received is 10 times more than the sanctioned intake. The institute has strength of 558 trainees under this scheme in various trades.
The training duration is either six months, one year or two years depending upon the trades. The entry qualification is generally SSLC, and for some trades it is PUC-II. The classes are commenced in the month of 1st of August every year. Training consists of trade practical, trade theory, workshop science and calculation, Engineering drawing and social studies. The trades like Electrician, Turner, Machinist, Welder and Fitter have changed training patterns as per the Central Instructional Media Institute. Candidates should have completed 14 years of age and maximum of 40 years for craftsman training scheme.
Admission Fee :
The trainees have to pay fees of Rs. 1200=00 per year and Rs 10=00 for the admission form