I.T.I Courses (CTS) - NCVT

Trades Affiliated to NCVT

Names of the Trade

No. of Units

Shifts Running (I/II/III)

Seating Capacity per unit

Total Seating Capacity

DGET Order No

Affiliation Date

Fitter

2

II

20

40

DGET-6(5)72-TC

20/5/1972

Machinist

2

II

20

40

DGET-19(16)89-cd
DGET-12(1)98-TC

30/6/1989
1/7/1998

Electronic Mechanic

2

II

24

48

DGET-12/1/1999-TC
DGET-12/1/2001-TC

4/11/1999
5/7/2001

M.M.V.
(Mechanic Motor Vehicle)

3

III

24

72

DGET-12/1/2003-TC
DGET-12/1/2004-TC
DGET-12/1/2008-TC

1/7/2003
30/6/2004
28/3/2008

Electrician

2

II

20

40

DGET-12/1/07-TC
DGET-12/1/07-TC

2/2/2007
8/1/2008

Draughtsman Mechanical

2

II

20

40

DGE&T-12/1/2008-TC
DGE&T-12/1/2010-TC

26/9/2008
5/3/2010

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician

2

II

24

48

DGT-12/1/2018-TC

28/05/2019

Mechanic Auto Body Repair

1

I

20

20

DGT-12/1/2018-TC

28/05/2019

Mechanic Auto Body Painting

1

I

20

20

DGT-12/1/2018-TC

28/05/2019

Mechanic Two and Three Wheeler

1

I

20

20

DGT-12/1/2018-TC

28/05/2019

Plumber

1

I

24

24

DGT-12/1/2018-TC

28/05/2019

 

 

Fitter

The Fitters course entails the following job descriptions, which will qualify a person to skillfully work in any mechanical workshop. He is conversant in the subject of his trade with theoretical knowledge, has the ability for calculations related to workshop practice and can execute fabrication work from Blue Print reading of Engineering Drawings.

  1. After successful completion of this course the trainee shall be able to perform the following skills with proper sequence.
  2. The trainees can work in the industry as semi-skilled fitter.
  3. The trainee can work in the field of pipe fitting, lathe, drilling, welding, inspection & measurement, general fitting work observing safety precautions.
  4. The trainees can work on dismantle & assemble of various valves, test the accuracy of machine tools.
  5. Perform simple repair on machinery, dovetail slides and assemble with location dowel pins, stud and bolts.
  6. Prepare snap gauge for checking diameters to an accuracy of ± 0.02mm
  7. Handle different type of fire extinguishers

The student also gets to learn to do jobs coming from different companies with high degree of accuracy.

Employment opportunities:

On successful completion of this course, the trainees shall be gainfully employed in the following industries:

  1. Production & manufacturing industries.
  2. Structural Fabrication like bridges, roof structures, building & construction.
  3. Automobile and allied industries
  4. Service industries like road transportation and railways.
  5. Ship building and repair
  6. Infrastructure and defense organizations
  7. In public sector industries like BHEL, BEML, NTPC, etc and private industries in India & abroad.
  8. Self-employment

Further learning pathways:

  • On successful completion of the course trainees can pursue apprenticeship training in the reputed Industries Organizations.
  • On successful completion of the course trainees can opt for diploma course (Lateral entry).
  • On successful completion of the course trainees can opt for CITS course

Machinist

The Machinist Course trains the candidate to skillfully work on various precision machine tools used in Machine Shop. He is conversant in the subjects of Trade Theory, Workshop Calculations and Science related especially to this trade, Engineering Drawing (Blue Print reading of Orthographic and Isometric views according to specifications) and Workshop Practical.

After successful completion of this course the trainee shall be able to perform the following skills with proper sequence:

  1. The trainees work as a semi-skilled worker in industry.
  2. The trainees can be able to work as basic fitter, can operate and able to perform various operation drilling, shaping, slotting, planer, lathe, milling, grinding
  3. The trainees can be able to do simple programming & operate CNC machine.
  4. Knowledge of technical english term used in industry.

The student also gets to learn to do jobs coming from different companies with high degree of accuracy.

Employment opportunities:

On successful completion of this course, the trainees shall be gainfully employed in the following industries:

  1. Production & manufacturing industries.
  2. Service industries like road transportation and railways.
  3. Ship building and repair
  4. Infrastructure and defense organizations
  5. In public sector industries like BHEL, BEML, NTPC, etc. and private industries in India & abroad.
  6. Self-employment

Further learning pathways:

  • On successful completion of the course trainees can pursue apprenticeship training in the reputed Industries / Organizations.
  • On successful completion of the course trainees can opt for diploma course (Lateral entry).
  • On successful completion of the course trainees can opt for CITS course.

Electronics Mechanic

The Electronics Mechanic Course trains the candidate to skillfully work in the industry. He is conversant in the subjects of Trade Theory, Workshop Calculations & Science especially related to his trade, Engineering Drawing (Circuit Diagrams, Component Layout, Test Points, etc.) and Workshop Practical.

After successful completion of this course the trainee shall be able to perform the following skills with proper sequence.

  1. Identify various active and passive components and their applications.
  2. Handle different types of electronic measuring instruments
  3. Identify different types of faults in electronics equipment.
  4. Repair & maintenance computer hardware & networking
  5. Repair and maintenance of SMPS, UPS, inverter, solar power system and various analog and digital circuits.
  6. Repair and maintenance of electronics communication equipment’s and fiber optics.
  7. Installation of various transducer, sensor.
  8. Repair maintenance of microcontroller based systems.
  9. Repair maintenance& installation of LED/ LCD TV, cell phone (Mobile).

Employment Opportunities:

On successful completion of this course, the trainees shall be gain fully employed in the following industries:

  1. Various electronics equipment manufacturing industries.
  2. Automobile electronics and allied industries.
  3. Industries manufacturing solar power based inverters.
  4. Industries manufacturing LED lights
  5. Service industries like BSNL, MTNL, home appliances manufacturing company, railways, ISRO, naval dockyard, RCF, BPCL etc.
  6. Various mobile industries like LG, Samsung, Nokia, Sony etc.
  7. In public sector industries like BHEL, BEML, NTPC, etc and private industries in India & abroad. Petrochemical industries like ONGC, OCL, and HPCL etc
  8. Self-employment

Further learning pathways:

  • On successful completion of the course, trainees can opt for additional NCVT certificates in the following courses by doing the third and forth semester since the first and second semester is common for all three Electronics courses.
  1. Mechanic Electronic Consumer appliance (Only 4th Semester)
  2. Technician Power Electronics Systems (3rd and 4th Semester)
  • Also on successful completion of the course they can pursue apprenticeship training in the reputed Industries / Organizations.
  • They can have lateral entry to diploma course

Mechanic Motor Vehicle

The Mechanic Motor Vehicle (4 Wheeler) course trains the candidate to work skillfully by himself or in the Industrial Workshop. He is conversant in the subjects of Trade Theory, Workshop Calculations and Science especially related to his trade and Engineering Drawing (Components, Assembly and Systems).

After successful completion of the above course, the trainee shall be able to perform the following skills with proper sequence.

  1. Mechanic, automobile repairs overhauls and services motor vehicles to keep them in good running condition.
  2. Examines vehicle to ascertain nature and location of defects either by running engine or driving vehicle on road.
  3. Dismantles partially or completely defective unit or parts of vehicle such as engine, gear box, rear axle, front axle, steering assembly, radiator, etc. according to nature of repairs to be done, using hoist, jack, pullers, hand tools and other devices.
  4. Measures essential parts like cylinder, bores piston, sizes crank pins etc. using gauges, micrometer and other precision tools and gets cylinders rebored, liners filled, valve seats refaced, bearings replaced etc. as necessary.
  5. Repairs or overhauls and assembles engine such as replacing defective parts, scrapping bearings, setting timing, cleaning injectors, tuning carburetor etc. according to maker’s specification.
  6. Replaces or repairs defective parts of gear box, rear axle, steering mechanism etc. and sets them right ensuring correct alignment, clearance, meshing of gears, specified movements and operations.
  7. Relines and builds brakes, sets wheel alignment, adjust, steering, clutch, hand brakes etc fits new or repaired accessories and body parts, makes electrical connection, and performs other tasks to effect repairs.
  8. Lubricate joints, tightens loose parts, tests performance of vehicle by driving on road and makes necessary adjustments to attain desired standard.

Employment opportunities:

On successful completion of the course the trainee can either get employed, or become a self-employed entrepreneur in any one of the following fields.

a) Wage Employment b) Self Employment
1. Auto Mechanic 1. Automobile Mechanic
2. Vehicle Service Technician 2. Diesel Fuel System Service Mechanic
3. Auto Fitter in Manufacturing Concern in Assembly Shop or Test Shop 3. Vehicle Operator
4. Mechanic in Auto Manufacturing Industry 4. Spare Parts Salesman
5. Dealers service mechanic 5. Spare Parts Dealer
6. Driver/Vehicle Operator    
7. Spare Parts Sales Assistant / Manufacturers’ Representative    
8. Laboratory Assistant    
9. Auto Electrician    

Further learning pathways:

  • On successful completion of the course trainee can get themselves enrolled in apprenticeship training in reputed Industrial organisation.
  • The qualified candidates have scope for lateral entry into the Diploma courses offered by some of the State Governments

The qualified candidates can also get themselves upgraded by taking up the second semester at his own convenience in the CTS scheme, since the first semester is common to the following trades.

Electrician

The Electrician course trains the candidates to install, maintain and repair electrical machinery equipment and fittings in factories, workshops power house, business and residential premises etc. He studies drawings and other specifications to determine electrical circuit, installation details, etc. This course also helps him to position and install electrical motors, transformers, switchgears, switchboards, microphones, loud-speakers and other electrical equipment, fittings and lighting fixtures. He learns to make connections and solders terminals. He tests electrical installations and equipment and locates faults using megger, test lamps etc.

After successful completion of this course the trainee shall be able to perform the followingskillswith proper sequence.

  1. Carry out installation, maintenance & repair works of electrical AC, DC, machinery,lighting circuits, domestic appliances and equipment’s used in domestic and industries.
  2. Read and interpret the blue print reading (Electrical layout Drawing as per BISspecification&standards)
  3. Carry out domestic and industrial wiring, earthing system.
  4. Test electrical wiring installation, locate and rectify the faults by using megger and earthtester.
  5. Make and solder the wire joints, wires on PCB and do de-soldering technique.
  6. Use of electrical instrument(analog/digital) like voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter, energymeter, wheatstone bridge, oscilloscope, earth tester, tong tester, etc. to measure todifferent electrical quantities.
  7. Armature winding, single&three phase motor winding and small transformer winding.
  8. Operate, maintain and test the switch gears, circuit breakers, relays and transformer.
  9. Identify and maintain the power generating stations (conventional and non-conventional),transmission and distribution system protecting devices.
  10. Construct&test semiconductor devices.
  11. Practice on using fitting carpentry and sheet metal tools.
  12. Carried out break down, over hauling, routine & preventive maintenance of electricalmachines and equipment’s.

Employment Opportunities

  1. All state Electricity Boards and departments
  2. Public sectors, MNC, Private and Govt. Industries
  3. License Certificate for self-employment
  4. Wiring Contractors
  5. Huge job opportunities in power generation, transmission, distribution station.
  6. Huge abroad job opportunities

Further Learning Pathways

  • Apprentice training in designated trade
  • Craft Instructor certificate course
  • License Certificate in all State Electricity Boards
  • Diploma in Electrical Engineering

Draughtsman Mechanical

This course will prepare the trainee to work on drawing of machine parts and components independently by taking sketches from shop floor, either manually or by using mechanical design software like Auto CAD 2008, inverters, etc. And specialisations in different designing like Civil, Electrical, Piping and Landscaping. He is conversant in the subjects of Trade Theory, Workshop Calculations and science related especially to the trade.

After successful completion of this course the trainee shall be able to perform the following skills with proper sequence.

  1. Trainees will work as a Junior Draughtsman in industry
  2. Prepare drawing, design new parts, assembly, details, sections, drawing
  3. Knowledge in CAD/CAM.
  4. Knowledge of Technical English terms used in industry.

Employment opportunities:

On successful completion of this course, the candidates shall be gainfully employed in the following industries:

  1. Production&manufacturing industries.
  2. Structural Fabrication like bridges, roof structures, building&construction.
  3. Automobile and allied industries
  4. Service industries like road transportation and railways.
  5. Ship building and repair
  6. Infrastructure and defense organizations
  7. In public sector industries like BHEL, BEML, NTPC, etc. and private industries in India & abroad.
  8. Self-employment

Further learning pathways:

  • On successful completion of the course trainees can pursue Apprenticeship training in the reputed Industries / Organizations.
  • On successful completion of the course trainees can opt for Diploma course.
  • On successful completion of the course trainees can opt for CITS course.

Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning Technician

The Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning Technician course is designed to train candidates to work skillfully in any workshop or to even set up a private business. The candidate is conversant in the subject of Trade Theory, Workshop Calculations and Science especially related to his trade and Engineering Drawing.

The course contents are:

  1. Handling of Fitters tools and equipment for repairs, measuring and marking tools used for fabrication and simple fitting, chipping, chiseling, grinding, filing and drilling.
  2. Electrical circuits, measurement of electrical units of current, voltage, power. Types of circuits - wiring and layout of electrical connections using conductors, switches, fuses,plug, sockets, holders, circuit breakers, etc.
  3. Welding (gas and arc) and brazing particularly for the use in the trade.
  4. Use of Refrigeration Service tools. Knowledge of their applications and types.
  5. Cutting, bending, flaring, swaging of copper tubing. Use of different types of reamers toprovide proper fitting.
  6. Identifying the different systems. Stripping components of refrigeration system, checking for wear and tear and possible repairs and replacements.
  7. Servicing and testing of different compressors, valve shaft seals, piston assembly and valve plate assembly.
  8. Cutting gaskets of compressor, assembling of compressor parts - Leak and seal testingafter pressurizing of whole assembly.
  9. Servicing and cleaning of Evaporators and Cooling coil.
  10. Checking out refrigeration controls, wiring of the control system, Servicing of automaticExpansion Valve, thermostatic expansion valve and capillary. Checking out the operationof the related system components.
  11. Dismantling of Rotary compressor, checking and servicing components and parts.Assembly of rotary compressor and testing.Servicing of Water pumps and pipeline valves
  12. Working with different refrigerants of Freon group - knowing their properties, storage and appropriate usage, gas charging using pressurized gas.
  13. Window air conditioners, Types, functions and applications, trouble shooting, diagnosisand remedies.
  14. Handling of Gas cylinders, gas regulators, oil charging to compressors, installation of compressors, cooling coil and condenser of refrigeration unit. Wiring of system using conductors, capacitors, fan motors and relay units, switching system, motor speed control.
  15. Water coolers: Servicing, maintenance and repairs, Checking of gas charging system, compressor and fan motors, evaporators and switching relay with thermostatic switch, switching of over load, electrical assembly.
  16. Checking leaks, Vacuuming the whole system, repair and testing of the system, checkingand servicing of capillary tubes and expansion valves, Servicing refrigerator cabinets,checking body, liner, door liner, replacing thermal insulating material, adjusting dooralignment and service of other related mechanical parts.
  17. On site/Outdoor servicing, maintenance and repairs of Air conditioners (One and twotons capacity) together with service/supervisory personnel.
  18. Hands on experience at Assembly and repair workshop. On site installation and commissioning of Air conditioners, Room and Split units, Tubing and insulation of refrigeration pipes.
  19. Introduction of Central Air conditioning plant, Automobiles air conditioning, Railwaysand Aircraft Air conditioning.

                Projects Works

Mechanic Auto Body Repair

The course conducted by SJITI in collaboration with Mahndra & Mahindra Ltd is designed to train the trainees in Automotive Body repairing jobs. It includes outer panel dent repair by using Hammer & Dolly. Outerpanel dent repair by using washer welding and shrinking method.Outer panel dent filling by puttyapplication.Butt joint by using MIG welding. Plug joint / lap joint by using welding. Lap joint by using spot welding. Basic operations at Toyota Dealer Partners

Employment opportunities:

On successful completion of the course the candidates can either get employed, or become aself-employed Entrepreneur in any one of the following fields.

a) Wage Employment b) Self Employment
1. Mechanic Auto body repairer 1. Auto Body repair
2. Welder in Auto Body shop 2. Auto Body welder
3. Gas cutter in Auto body shop 3. Spare Parts Salesman
4. Dealers service mechanic 4. Spare Parts Dealer
5. Spare Parts Sales Assistant / Manufacturers’ Representative    
6. Laboratory Assistant    

Further learning pathways:

  • On successful completion of the course trainee can get themselves enrolled inindustrial apprenticeship training in reputed Industrial organisation.

Mechanic Auto Body Painting

The course conducted by SJITI in collaboration with Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd is designed to train the trainees in Automotive Body repairing jobs. It includes outer panel dent filling by putty application. Surfacepreparation of outer panel before painting.Spraying techniques using air spray gun.Color matchingof solid color. Masking methods to avoid overspray mist. Polishing methods of the vehicle. Basic operations at Toyota Dealer Partners.

Employment opportunities:

On successful completion of the course the candidates can either get employed, or become aself-employed Entrepreneur in any one of the following fields.

a) Wage Employment b) Self Employment
1. Mechanic Auto Body Painting 1. Auto Body Painter
2. Painter in Auto Body Shop 2. Auto Paint Dealer
3. Dealers Service Mechanic    
4. Spare Parts Sales Assistant / Manufacturer’s Representative    
5. Laboratory Assistant    

Further learning pathways:

  • On successful completion of the course trainee can get themselves enrolled in anindustrial apprenticeship training in reputed Industrial organisation.

Mechanic Two & Three Wheeler

After successful completion of the above course, the trainee shall be able to perform thefollowing skills with proper sequence.

  1. Repairs, services and overhauls motor cycles, autorickshaws, scooters; etc., to make andkeep them roadworthy.
  2. Examines motor cycle or scooter to locate faults by running engine in stationary positionor by driving it on road.
  3. Dismantles parts such as engine, ignition system, dynamo forks, shock absorbers, gearbox etc., as necessary.
  4. Grinds valves, sets timings, relines brakes, rebushesstearing mechanism, replaces wornout parts, assembles gear box clutch etc.
  5. Performs other tasks to effect repair, cleans and sets carburettor, fits driving chain,wheels silencer, kick, gear, clutch and brake levers and other accessories.
  6. Adjusts control cables for brake, clutch and accelerator, sets tappets and wheelalignment, tightens loose parts and makes necessary fittings and connections.
  7. Changes engine and gear box oil, starts engine and tunes it up.
  8. Tests performance of vehicle by driving on road and makes further adjustments to removedefects noticed if any.
  9. May assemble motor cycle or auto-rickshaws from assembled parts.

On successful completion of the course the candidates can either get employed, or become aself-employed Entrepreneur in any one of the following fields.

a) Wage Employment b) Self Employment
1. Mechanic Motor Cycle 1. Two/Three wheeler Mechanic
2. Motor Cycle Service Technician 2. Diesel Fuel System Service Mechanic
3. Auto Fitter in Manufacturing Concern in Assembly Shop or Test Shop 3. Spare Parts Salesman
4. Mechanic in Auto Manufacturing Industry 4. Spare Parts Dealer
5. Dealers Service Mechanic    
6. Driver/Vehicle Operator    
7. Spare Parts Sales Assistant / Manufacturers’ Representative    
8. Laboratory Assistant    

Plumber

This course is designed to train candidates to work skillfully as a plumber (Sanitary HardwareFitter).The training period is nine months of institutional training and three months on jobtraining in different enterprises/sites. A trainee receives on job training which enhances hisskill. He can work at any plumbing sites at constructions, households or set up his own business. After successful completion of the course a trainee should be able to perform the following tasks:

  1. Install European / Indian water closet
  2. Install high / low flushing cistern
  3. Install urinals, automatic tank, flush valve, wash basin, sink, bathtub, water heater(geyser).
  4. Method of installing a bidet, working through range urinals.
  5. Laying jointing of drainage pipes.
  6. Fixing of gully trap / vent pipe in drainage.
  7. Maintaining sanitary fitting.
  8. Estimating material requirement for pipe layout for building.
  9. Knowledge of Hydro-Pneumatic System.