Addmission To ITI
Admission to ITI is given strictly on merit basis government of Maharashtra has framed the Rules of Admission
wide G.R. No. ITI-1002/Pra.kra-51/VE-2 Dated 30th April 2002.. As per rules there is a reservation for
candidates belonging to SC/ST/NT/and OBC. There is also reservation for physically handicapped, students
passing with SSC technical, children /wards of project affected person and ex/in-service defence personnel.
Admission forms are accepted within period of 10 days in respective ITIs after the declaration of SSC results.

Priority For Women Education
To promote women for Vocation Training 15 women ITIs' have been introduced. Further from 1995, in all the 181
ITIs', two courses each for women have been introduced. In addition to this 25% seats are kept reserved for
women in each trade/unit. Similarly in 1999, 35 ITIs' are started with 4 trades out of which one trade is for women
. Henceforth it is a policy decision of government to give overall 30% reservation for women. Total capacity
created for women is about 20,000 seat

Fee/Term Fee

Fee: 15/- Rs Per Months
Hostel Fees : 20/- Rs Per Month
Hostel Deposit: 25/- Rs
Security Deposit: 50/- Rs.

Fees for COE Courses :

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (1 Year Duration Course) - Rs.2980/-
Fees for each Advance Module ( 6 Months Duration course) - Rs.3030/-

Categorywise Reservation :
1) SC - 13%
2) ST - 22%
3) VJNT - 11%
4) OBC - 19%
5) TECH - 25%
6) PH- 3%
7) Ex-Serv. - 1%
8) Land Affected - 5%
Age Limit
The Candidates seeking admission to ITI should have age between 14 to 40 years . The higher age limit for
candidates belonging to reserve category is 40 years, for ex-servicemen 45 years.

50% of student admitted in ITI are paid stipend @ Rs 40 /- per month.Candidates belonging to reserve category
are eligible for stipend @ Rs 60 /- per month.Out of this Rs. 60/- Rs 20/- per month is contributed by the social
welfare department .

The Director of Vocational Education and Training conducts the All India Trade Test and award provisional
certificates to the successful candidates. The final certificates are awarded by the Directorate General of
Employment and Training, New Delhi.

Opportunities For ITI Pass-Outs
1) During ITI training the trainees acquire practical skills of the trades and they are capable of doing production
jobs under the supervision of skilled worker. At this stage they are categorised as semi-skilled worker.
2) Under apprentice Act-1961, the ITI pass-outs can be engaged in the relevant designated trade by the
industry having adequate training facilities. The candidates so engaged will learn the productive/marketable skills
and become suitable for employment.
3) After passing the NCVT examination if the candidate, instead of taking job with industry he is willing to
start small business he can do so with the assistance of government agencies promoting such activity and providing
necessary assistance.


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