ITI (Industrial Training Institute Courses) are courses that provide training for the technical and non-technical fields. The courses are exclusively trading specific, hence they impart essential skills important for the trade.
Once the Class 10th results are announced by CBSE, ICSE, and most of the state education boards, it will be time for students to decide what to do next. If you think that industrial work and small-scale businesses are your things then ITI courses after 10th can help you in getting good jobs after completing the course. ITI courses after 10th are for students who want to pursue short-term courses in order to pursue jobs. Here are the top 5 ITI Courses:
Draughtsman (Civil) is a working art vocational trade. The duration of trade is two years with four semesters of six months each. Students are introduced to sketches, references, and specification skills to translate the ideas; into detailed technical drawings showing plans, elevations, and sections in blueprints which the construction crew uses to create complex and realistic sets you see on the cinema screen. The trading course is essential and career-oriented in nature and they can find many jobs in various art areas.
ITI Pump Operator cum Mechanic is a vocational course which is of 1-year duration. The exam for this course is conducted at the end of every semester which is of a 6 months duration. Through the course, the candidates are provided in-depth knowledge in terms of Pump Mechanical including repairing pumps of machinery, misalignment of the pump shaft, slippage of the drive belt, worn bearings or need for lubrication, dismantle pumps and performs repairs, using hand-tools, etc. It is a specialized ITI course that is pursued after qualifying class 10th. After completing the course, the candidates can pursue job and career options in both private as well as government organizations.
The various career options which student can choose from include
The average salary for ITI Pump Operator cum Mechanic professionals in India ranges in between INR 2-5 LPA.
ITI Fitter is a short term professional technical course, In which you are taught about different types of fittings. It is a mechanical branch in which you are given the knowledge to fit different types of machines, pipes, structures. It is a highly job oriented course and the chances of getting a good job are very high. There are many public and private ITI fitter institutes where you can get admission easily.
After doing this course, many jobs are available in the government sector and in the private sector, in which a student can join according to their knowledge and interest. The key roles one ITI Fitter can get are-
Under the ITI Electrician, you are given all the basic knowledge of electrical, which enables you to work in the electrical field in different roles such as- electrician, Electrical machine operator, wireman, and others.
Or in other words, we can say that- During this two-year course in electrician trade, students are given a good knowledge of professional skills, professional education, engineering drawing, employability skills.
Along with this, there are a lot of exceptional workshops and extra-curricular activities for the confidence build-up of students.
A lot of jobs for ITI electrician students are available in government and non-government fields. In which they can join according to their knowledge and need.
different roles they can get while working in different fields are-
Surveyor is an executive/working surveying vocational trade. The duration of trade is one year with two semesters of six months each. The syllabus for the trade comprises mainly topics like how to prepare and maintain sketches, maps, reports, and legal descriptions of surveys in order to describe, certify, and assume liability for work performed; verify the accuracy of survey data, including measurements and calculations; direct or conduct surveys in order to establish legal boundaries for properties based on legal deeds and titles; record the results of surveys; calculate heights, depths, relative positions, property lines; prepare or supervise the preparation of all data, charts, plots, maps, records and documents related to surveys.
Trade is important from a job point of view which opens many jobs for students in various fields.
The course offers candidates the opportunity to acquire leadership qualities essential in managing and working in a team, and also to improve the presentation and problem-solving skills that can help prepare students for prospective managerial roles.