Trades Information at SVITI The Following Engineering Trades training offered under NCVT: Sl. No. Name of the Trade Course Duration Sanctioned Seats Syllabus 1 Fitter 2 Years 21 View 2 Electrician 2 Years 21 View Eligibility Crieteria: 10th standard (SSLC/ matriculation) pass is the minimum eligibility required to obtain admission to ITI / ITC. Admissions are made usually in the month of August every year. Qualifying Test : On completion of desired period of training under CTS and ATS, the candidates are qualified to appear in the All India Trade Test (AITT) conducted by NCVT (National Council for Vocational training). The test is conducted twice a year, October/ November and April/May. Successful candidates passing out AITT, are awarded the National Trade Certificate (NTC) and National Apprenticeship Certificates (NAC) in the concerning trade by NCVT. NTC and NAC are recognized qualification for recruitment to relevant posts and services in Central/ State Government establishments as well as in private and corporate sectors and industries. Please Note: All the courses/ trades are affiliated to Director General of Employment and Training (DGET) and are conducted as per the curriculum prescribed by the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT). Certain ITI’s provide short term courses exclusively designed for overseas employment. 10th passed students to B.Tech students can utilize this course. The trades in ITI are classified into several training schemes. Among the various training schemes, Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS) and the Apprenticeship Training Scheme (ATS) are the most important that provide pre-employment training. CTS provides long term institutional training. As Training imparted in Institutions alone is not sufficient for acquisition of skills, it needs to be supplemented by training in the actual work place. ATS is a combination of institutional and on-the-job training that provides skilled manpower to the industry. Depending on the trade, educational qualifications for admission to ITIs under the CTS and ATS vary from class 8th to 12th grade and also the duration. CTS aims at producing semi-skilled workers and the pass out CTS trainees can enter into apprenticeship. The duration of ATS ranges from six months to four years and the graduate apprentices are considered as skilled workers.