Public Private Partnership
Need For Launch
Out of 1896 Government ITIs in the country (as on 1.1.2007), 500 Government ITIs are being upgraded into Centers of Excellence under a scheme started from 2005-06. In his Budget Speech 2007-08, Hon. Union Finance Minister announced upgradation of remaining 1396 Government ITIs into Center of Excellence through Public Private Partnership. Accordingly, this scheme with total outlay of Rs 3665 crore (Rs. 3490 crore for upgradation of 1396 ITIs @Rs. 2.5 crore per ITI and Rs 175 crore for management, monitoring and evaluation of the scheme) was framed. In its meeting held on 25.10.2007, CCEA had given, in principle‟ approval for the Scheme for the XI Five Year Plan period and financial approval of Rs. 750.04 Crore for the year 2007-08 for the first batch of 300 ITIs
CCEA, in its meeting held on 03.10.2008, had given approval for upgradation of remaining 1096 Government ITIs during the period 2008-09 to 2011-12 with a total outlay of Rs. 2800 Crore
To improve the employment outcomes of graduates from the Vocational Training System, by making design and delivery of training more demand responsive.
Selection of ITI and Industry
For each ITI to be covered under this Scheme, one Industry Partner is associated to lead the process of upgradation in the ITI. The Industry Partner is identified by the State Government in consultation with Industry Associations.
Formation of IMC and its registration as a society
a. An Institute Management Committee (IMC) is constituted/ reconstituted for each selected ITI. The IMC is converted by the State Government into a Society under relevant Societies Registration Act. The IMC registered as a society is entrusted with the responsibility of managing the affairs of the ITI under the Scheme.
b. The IMC is led by the Industry Partner. In the IMC, the members are as follows:
Industry Partner or its representative as Chairperson.
Four members from local industry to be nominated by the Industry Partner in such a way that the IMC is broad based.
Five members nominated by the State Govt.
1. District Employment Officer,
2. One representative of the State Directorate dealing with ITIs,
3. One expert from local academic circles,
4. One senior faculty member,
5. One representative of the students.
Principal of the ITI, as ex -officio member secretary of the IMC Society.
Role of Industry Partner
Though financial contribution by the Industry Partner is not a pre - condition to participate in the Scheme, however it is desirable if Industry Partner contributes financially in the upgradation of the ITI. The Industry Partner may contribute machinery, tools and equipment etc. which may be instrumental in furthering the objectives of this Scheme. It also arranges to provide training to the faculty members and on the job training to the students of the ITI.
Role of State Government
The administrative control of the staff of the ITI remains with the State Government and it continues to pay their salaries and other emoluments. The State Government is required to ensure that the sanctioned strength of the instructors in the ITI is always filled up and in no case the vacancies exceed.
10% of the sanctioned strength at any point of time. They are required to ensure that all additional positions required by the ITI are sanctioned and filled up on priority. It has to ensure provision of funds to meet office, administrative and other running expenses of the ITI. The State Government, as the owner of the ITI, continues to regulate admissions and fees except upto 20% of the admissions which are determined by the IMC.
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