Production oriented Training Scheme

As training of ITI is more practical oriented. During thetraining period It is necessary to increase the self-confidence of the traineesand to make them competent to handle the various machines individually and todo the job correctly and accurately with in the given limits and within thetime limits as manufactured by Industries. Hence it is necessary to do more andmore Jobs as done in factories. Considering above factors and in order tostrengthen and update the skills of the trainee and there by increasing therevenue of Government. The scheme named PRODUCTION ORIENTED SCHEME was launchedin the State During 1981. and there after necessary amendments are done in theexisting G.R.


Objectives:
1. To enhance the skill andpractice given to the trainees to make them competent for wage andself-employment.
2. To compensate theexpenditure on raw material required for the ITI Training.
3. To provide on the jobtraining to the trainees and instructors/ staff and develop Self- confidenceand interest in work.
4. By making optimumutilization of available machinery, equipment and Manpower of the institute forgenerating revenue to the institute and from This revenue procures modernmachinery for the institute and implement other Developmental projects.
5. By implementing thisscheme establish good relation with the industry in the vicinity, industrialorganization, Government and Semi- Government organization and benefits to bemade available for the trainees.
Production Oriented Schemeis compulsory for the all Industrial Training Institutes.

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