1) Certain percentage of the total seats at each
I.T.I. in the respective trades as indicated below
have been reserved for various categories of the
a) Scheduled Castes (SC) ….. 02 per cent
b) Scheduled Tribes ….. 12 per cent
c) Physically Handicapped Persons (PHP) …..
03 per cent
(Physical Handicap Subject to limits laid down in
DGET circular No.DGE&T-19/(19)/2002-CD dated
22 January 2003)
d) Other Backward Classes (OBC) ….. 19 1/2
2) 30% of the seats in each of all the above categories
shall be reserved for women candidates.
3) One seat is reserved at every Government ITI
for each of the following categories and the allocation
of the trade is at the discretion of the State Director
of Craftsmen Training.
a) Children of Freedom Fighters (CFF)
b) Children of State and Central Government Employees
c) Children of African Repatriates of Goan Origin
4) One seat in each of the ITIs are reserved for
wards of defence personnel in the following order
a) Children of deceased/disabled Ex-Servicemen,
including those killed/disabled during peacetime.
b) Children of Ex-servicemen
c) Children of serving jawans
d) Children of serving officers
separate merit list of each entry qualification
will be drawn for selection of candidates eligible
for admission by the Principal of respective ITI.
Admissions will purely be on merit and on first
come first serve basis to the applicant on the days
specified in the “Schedule of Admission Process”.
An applicant desiring to seek admission in a particular
trade will have to specifically enclose the marksheet
of the entry qualification required for the respective
The candidate shall bring original testimonials
along with required fees on the day of counseling
itself to complete the admission procedure. No grace
time will be granted.
notice declaring selection of candidates shall be placed on
the Notice Board of the respective I.T.I. on the date separately
announced in the Admission Notice. No individual intimation
shall be sent to the selected candidates calling them for
admission in the I.T.I.
trainee will be required to deposit on admission
a sum of Rs. 500/- (Per Trade Course) to guard against
loss or damage to equipments or tools entrusted
to his/her charge during the course of training.
A second deposit may also be asked for if the first
one has been exhausted.
The caution money is refundable to a trainee on
satisfactory completion of the course or in the
event of his/her discharge from the institute on
any grounds, after deduction of government dues,
if any. Caution money deposits which are not claimed
within six months after completion of training,
and in the case of trainees who discontinue their
training after one month of its commencement shall
be forfeited to the Government.
trainee shall be required to deposit on admission a Non-refundable
Tuition Fee towards his/her training in the trade course to
which he/she is admitted as indicated below:
BBBT & Advanced Modules (CoE)
trainees declared eligible to appear for the semester
pattern trade test of craftsmen conducted at the
end of each semester shall have to pay an examination
fee of Rs. 200/- per trainee per semester. The repeaters
shall be charged Rs. 500/- for every additional
attempt and private trainees shall be charged Rs.
2000/- per attempt. An additional fee as fixed by
National Institute of Electronics and Information
Technology, New Delhi will have to be paid by the
trainee appearing for IT Literacy Test on each occasion.
(a) Merit Scholarships at the rate of Rs. 250/-
per month per trainee will be awarded to 40% of
the sanctioned strength in each trade at every ITI
on the basis of: -
i). An internal examination conducted at each ITI
three months after admission.
ii). Sessional work and punctuality during the above
If the number of trainees in any unit is less than
the number of sanctioned seats, the merit scholarships
shall be awarded in proportionate number.
(b) Below Poverty Line Scholarship at the rate
of Rs. 250/- per month to BPL, SC/ST and all candidates
whose family Annual income is less than Rs. 1,50,000/-
on the basis of income certificate issued by the
(c) The Social Welfare Department offers Freeships/Scholarships
to certain categories of
(d) The Education Department also offers scholarships
for the children of Teachers.
to be studied during the course of Training
(1) The common subjects of study for all
the trades are
(b) Trade Practical
(c) Social Studies.
other subjects are as mentioned below:
Workshop Calculation & Science
(b) Engineering Drawing
(Except for Draftsman Mechanical, Draftsman Civil)
Cognate English for Stenography Trade.
(b) General English & Business Correspondence and General
Knowledge for Secretarial Practice
For completion of the trade course successfully and passing
the final trade test of craftsmen, the trainees should secure
marks as specified by DGET in their guidelines issued from
time to time and as notified by the State Director of Craftsmen
Training by displaying notices on the notice boards of the
For passing the final trade test of craftsmen the trainees
have to pass in the individual subjects conducted at the final
examination so also they have to pass in the aggregate marks
in the individual subjects calculated together with the sessional
marks awarded for the sessional works conducted during the
entire period of training in the ITIs.
Tests are conducted at the end of each quarter i.e.
3 months period. However examination of CoE basic
Modules will be conducted bi-monthly on completion
of each module and the trainees can improve upon their
skills and knowledge on the basis of their performance
in the respective tests. Marks obtained in the tests
are considered together with other modalities fixed
for awarding the sessional marks for the final examination.
completion of the prescribed period and the course
of training, the trainees shall have to appear for
the Final All India Trade Test of Craftsmen conducted
under the aegis of National Council for Vocational
Training (NCVT) and successful trainees are awarded
National Trade Certificates (NTC) which are recognized
for recruitment to the subordinate posts under Government
of India & Industries for which Trade Certificate
in Craftsmanship is prescribed as the requisite
the trades and units run under the State Council
for Vocational Training, the Final Trade Tests of
Craftsmen are conducted by State Board of Examinations
and the successful trainees of these trades and
units are awarded Trade Certificates by the State
Council for Vocational Training (SCVT). Trainees
admitted under SCVT or NCVT courses shall appear
for the final Trade Test of Craftsmen under the
applicable Council they are admitted for.
India Skill Competition of Craftsmen
With a view to boost the best Vocational
skills within the trainees of ITIs the “All
India Skill Competitions of Craftsmen” are conducted
by Government of India, Ministry of Labour, DGE&T,
New Delhi at various Advanced Training Institutes
located at the major cities in the country. Presently
fourteen trade courses are covered under this programme
namely - Fitter, Turner, Machinist, Electrician, Electronics
Mechanic, Instrument Mechanic, Welder, Mechanic Motor
Vehicle, Cutting & Sewing, Mechanic (Diesel),
Computer Operator & Programming Assistant, Draughtsman
(Mechanical), Draughtsman (Civil) and Mechanic Refrigeration
The Topper trainees having scored more than 70
% marks in each of these trades from each ITI are
eligible to compete at the State level skill competition.
In order to decide the best trainee at the state
level in each of the other trades, not covered above,
All Goa Skill Competition of Craftsmen is also arranged.
The toppers of these competitions are felicitated
and awarded merit certificates at a state level
The best trainee in each of the 14 nominated trades
at the state level skill competition is selected
to compete at the All India Skill Competition.
Merit certificate is awarded to the best trainee
in each of the 14 trades at the State Level Skill
Merit certificate and cash prize of Rs.50, 000/-
is awarded to the best trainee in each of the 14
trades at the All India Skill Competition.