ITI Courses after 12th

Published: | September 11, 2018
ITI Courses after 12th
  • Candidates who seek job opportunities earlier in their career can pursue ITI courses after 12th.
  • ITI Courses after class 12th enable students to develop industry-specific skills and take up jobs relevant to their fields.

What would you do if you were told that you can get jobs after completing one-year courses? Yes, there are numerous jobs available in the market for candidates who want to pursue short-term courses and take up jobs. One of the preferred career paths for such students is pursuing ITI courses after 12th. This article covers various such job-oriented courses offered by ITI after class 12th.

ITI or the Industrial Training Institutes function under the DGET (Directorate General of Employment and Training) and aim to vocational training to students who seek ITI courses after 12th. Another aim of these courses is to encourage students to start small-scale businesses and create job opportunities. Candidates can pursue technician or stitching courses to start their own respective workshops.

Another advantage of ITI courses after class 12th is that students can pursue industry-specific and job-oriented courses at cheap tuition cost and start earning early in their career. Find out different types of ITI courses after 12th below. Also, check out the detailed ITI admission process here.

ITI Courses after 12th:

Name of the Course

Stream

Duration

Computer Operator & Programming Assistant (COPA)

Non-engineering

1 year

Instrument Mechanic

Engineering

1 year

Stenography English

Non-engineering

1 year

Radiology Technician

Engineering

2 years

Stenography Hindi

Non-engineering

1 year

Insurance Agent

Non-engineering

1 year

Surveyor

Non-engineering

2 years

Computer Hardware and Networking

Engineering

2 years

Library and Information Science

Non-engineering

1 year

Catering and Hospitality Assistant

Non-engineering

1 year

Crèche Management

Non-engineering

1 year

Gold Smith

Non-engineering

2 years

Architectural Assistant

Engineering

1 year

Interior Decoration and Designing

Non-engineering

1 year

Desktop Publishing Operator

Non-engineering

1 year

Plastic Processing Operator

Non-engineering

1 year

Mechanic Lens or Prism Grinding

Engineering

2 years

Mason

Non-engineering

1 year

Dental Laboratory Equipment Technician

Engineering

2 years

Architectural Draughtsmanship

Engineering

2 years

Health and Sanitary Inspector

Non-engineering

1 year

Computer Operator and Programming Assistant

Engineering

2 years

Physiotherapy Technician

Engineering

2 years

Craftsman Food Production

Non-engineering

2 years

Travel and Tour Assistant

Non-engineering

1 year

Marine Fitter

Engineering

1 year

Human Resource Executive

Non-engineering

1 year

Basic Cosmetology

Non-engineering

1 year

Call Centre Assistant

Non-engineering

1 year

Mechanic Agricultural Machinery

Engineering

2 years

Old Age Care Assistant

Non-engineering

1 year

Health Safety and Environment

Non-engineering

1 year

Marketing Executive

Non-engineering

1 year

Multimedia Animation and Special Effects

Engineering

1 year

Duration of the courses mentioned in the table can vary from 6 months to 2 years depending on the curriculum followed by the ITI or the norms set by the DGET for ITIs. ITI engineering courses are usually longer than the ITI non-engineering courses.

Also Read: Check out the ITI Courses After 10th

Once the candidates have completed their coursework and training, they have to appear for AITT (All India Trade Test) that comprises practical as well as a written exam. Candidates who pass this exam are awarded the NTC (National Trade Certificate) and are eligible to take up jobs in their respective fields.

Those who are interested in further studies can also pursue diploma courses in engineering, diploma courses in science, diploma courses in arts and diploma courses in commerce. Pursuing these courses after completing ITI courses can help candidates to explore better career opportunities.

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