Andhra Pradesh ITI:
The state of Andhra Pradesh is located in India. Vocational trades are governed by the Department of Employment and Training (DET), which is part of the Government of Andhra Pradesh. The state offers a variety of vocational (engineering and non-engineering) trades to help young people learn hands-on skills while providing businesses with skilled and trained workers.
In Tamil Nadu, vocational trades are governed by the Directorate of Employment Training, which is part of the Government of Tamil Nadu. Currently there are no official surveys being conducted to determine the number of youth employed in vocational trades as compared to those employed in traditional academic courses such as engineering or MBA. Also there is no data available on whether a specific skill gap exists in the state of Andhra Pradesh or whether there is a high demand for skilled workers.
There is no official data on the number of Vocational Training Centres (VTCs) and upper primary schools offering vocational courses nor any data on how many students are enrolled in these schools. However, there exists an overwhelming interest in these areas. Over the past few years, there was a 50% increase in applications for these courses (The Hindu 2014).
As of now government is planning to open 8 new Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in different parts of the state.
State vocational training is handled by the State Council for Vocational Training (SCVT), which works under the guidelines of the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT). Students who have completed their courses and training under the rules and regulations of NCVT and SCVT are awarded a National Trade Certificate (NCT) or State Level Certificate.
In addition to this, students can also opt for Vocational Training in the form of Apprenticeship under the Directorate General of Employment and Training (DGE&T) which works under the Ministry of Human Resources Development. Training is imparted by a particular Industry/Corporation or a firm in close association with DGE&T, where students are trained for a specific job profile.
There are three types of Apprenticeship Programmes:
The training period varies according to the type of programme. For a one-year ‘A’ level programme it is 12 months, while for a three-year ‘B’ level programme it is 36 months.
Students who successfully complete their one-year ‘A’ level or three-year ‘B’ level programmes are awarded a National Apprenticeship Certificate (NAC) by DGE&T.
A Short-Term Training Program (STTP) is aimed at imparting training to working executives who would like to improve their knowledge/skills in the field of international trade. Its duration is approximately six weeks.
Andhra Pradesh ITI Result & Merit List:
Examining students who have appeared in the exams under the rules and regulations of the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) or State Council for Vocational Training (SCVT) can check their results online on the official website of NCVT or the state website of Andhra Pradesh.
ITI Result of Andhra Pradesh:
To check their results, students must login with their credentials.
Click on any of the following links to access the official website of the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT).
To check from the Andhra Pradesh official Website: Click Here.
How to check Andhra Pradesh ITI Result 2020?
|Follow the given steps to check your ITI Result:
|Access the Andhra Pradesh official website by visiting https://iti.nic.in/login.jsp
|Click on the ITI Result link.
|Click the related link.
Enter the application number or roll number.
|Your results are displayed here.Lastly, congratulations!
You can download your results for future use.
Arunachal Pradesh ITI College List
Tabarijo Govt Industrial Training Institute
|II Govt.Institute of Industrial Training, Roing
|Roing Industry Training Institute, Yupia.
|District 4 Government. Balinong(Miao) Industrial Training Institute.
|Five government agencies. Dirang Industrial Training Institute.
|Six private companies. Rottung Industrial Training Institute.