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30 per cent increase in ITI admissions reflects better employment prospects

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THE Government Industrial Training Institute (ITI), in Tiruchy has reportedly seen a 30 per cent surge in students' in-take for the current academic year 2017-18. As per data, on Fri-day morning, about 851 seats out of the 973 have been filled in the first phase of counselling which commenced on June 23. The admissions for the previous academic year 2016-17 was around 700 and the surge in ad-mission this year was followed by the increase in applications from students, who aspire to se-cure a job within a short span of time, after completing their secondary education. The counsel-ling, similar to the engineering and medical counselling sessions, were carried out in the Government ITI, in Tiruchy to shortlist applicants. Department of Employment and Training under the Government of Tamil Nadu is maintaining the Government  Indus-trial Training Institutes no in the State. There are three Government ITLs in Tiruchy district, including the one along in the city outskirts.
One in Manigudam Taluk and one in Pullambadi panchayat which is exclu-sively for female candidates.

With the registration and ad-missions carried out online, the applicant receives an SMS re-garding the date on which he or she should appear at the ITI for admission. Thirteen private Ms in the district are providing 50 percent Government quota, under which the Government will pay half the tuition fees for the students. Approximately, there are around 400 seats in all the 13 private Ms and about 20 seats have been filled so far. In Tiruchy Government ITI, courses for fitter, electrician and mechanic in the engineering trades and Computer Operator and Programming Assistant
Online registration With the online registration and the admission process in place, the students who select non-engineering trades Instead of engineering trades by mistake need not worry. They will get a chance based on their marks and the priority after appearing directly in the Tiruchy Government
(COPA), sewing technology and multimedia animation are in demand under non-engineering trades category are much in demand. Among the 15 ITI courses listed, ten are two years courses and five are one year courses. The admission is based on the average marks scored in Mathematics and Science, along with the communal rotation and community -based quota distribution. A separate council has been set up in ITI Tiruchy for counsel-ling including management, staff and faculties. The number of seats in the ITIs is displayed in the institute. The first phase of counselling is to conclude on July 10, the second phase is set to begin as per instructions from the Department of Employment of Training.
Source :epaper.indianexpress.com/read/c/20372861 

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