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Welcome To I.T.I. PAKUR

The directorate general of employment and training (DGET) in the ministry of labor, government of India initiated craftsmen training scheme (CTS) in 1950 by establishing about 50 industrial training institute (ITI’s) for importing skilled in various vocational trades to meet the skilled manpower requirements for technology and industrial growth of the country. In 1980 there were 830 ITIs and the number rose to 1900 ITIs in 1987. During 1990’s the growth of ITIs has been steep and capacity of 7.18 lakhs.

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Our Mission & Vision

To become a Centre of Excellence for global leadership and learning, setting the standards against which others are measured. To create leaders and entrepreneurs of tomorrow, their dedication to excellence absolute, with an objective of ensuring a steady flow of skilled personnel and to reduce unemployment amongst the educated youth by equipping them with required skills, education and discipline for suitable industrial employment as well as self-employment. Industrial Training Institutes have been set up under the Craftsmen Training Scheme in Pakur.

They are affiliated to National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT), through the Directorate General of Employment and Training (DGET), Government of India in the Ministry of labour, New Delhi. They impart training in engineering and non-engineering trades is as per the syllabus and curriculum approved by Government of India in consultation with the above said Council.

Various Job Oriented Course Conducted Under, Ministry of Labour, Department of Labour, Employment and Training

Vocational Training Conducted Under Ministry of Labour Directorate General of Employment & Training, Government of India

Dear Students, I am concerned about the quality of technical education in the country. Lest I be misunderstood, I am not referring to the IITs but to the ITIs. ITIs are the training ground for skilled manpower. The skills imparted by ITIs must keep pace with the technological demands of industry and the expanding universe of knowledge. There is only one benchmark for our technicians-and that is the world standard.


WISHING YOU ALL THE BEST

Mr. Deepak Kachhap

(Principal)
Developed & Designed By: IICT Pakur