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India is increasingly becoming a global skills hub, triggering births of many Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) in the country. These institutes operate under the aegis of the Directorate General of Training (DGT), Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Union Government to provide training in various trades. These institutes train people to help them find jobs in a cross-section of the Indian industry as also to inspire entrepreneurship.

Of these, Jyotirmoy Private ITI College is the one of the best Jyotirmoy Private ITI College is the one of the best. Visit to know more about ITI

Jyotirmoy Private ITI College, situated just off Kolkata in the South 24 Parganas, provides two types of courses:

  • Electrician course
  • Fitter course
  • Electrician Course:: ITI electrician trade course focuses on wiring, home appliances, electrical machines, lighting, installations etc. The aim of this course is to produce expert electricians that are in high demand in the various sectors of Industry.

    Fitter Course:Students who have interest in machines, and enjoy working with them must join this course.

    Types of ITI Fitter Course:

  • Sanitary hardware fitter
  • Marine Fitter
  • Boiler Fitter
  • Electrical Fitter
  • Marine Engineering Fitter
  • Fitters are in high demand in both the Government and the Private sectors of Indusry.

    If you consider going to an ITI a waste of time, think again. And before you begin looking for professional alternatives, let’s take a look at what the National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC) says about the need for developing a skilled work force for the country and the professional scopes thereof.

    NSDC estimates that 7.6 million skilled work force is immediately needed in India’s fast-growing real estate and infrastructure sectors. In transportation, logistics, warehousing and packaging, the demand is for 28.4 million people. Similarly, it’s 14.27 for the wellness industry and 56 million for retail. If that is not enough, the Government’s Make in India drive is expected to generate a 100 million jobs in manufacturing, a segment that is likely to witness exponential growth. Of course, the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic worldwide has slowed the economic progress down but India’s need for 120 million more skilled workers by 2022 remains nevertheless.

    Goes without saying that every career aspirant wants a white-collar job. But the post-Covid scenario is alarming if we consider the findings of the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE). According to a recent CMIE survey, nearly six million white-collar workers have lost their jobs between May and August, 2020. Add to that the number of such jobs lost in April, which doesn’t figure in this survey. This situation cannot be reversed overnight, neither is there a miracle that would bring the economy back to its pre-Covid shape.

    So where do you fit in all this, or how do you eke out a living?

    Ideally, the time is just right to go in for equipping yourself with skills since the demand for skilled manpower might have plateaued for a while but has not fallen. And there are signs of this demand being stirred once again by Industry.

    The ITI sector is now witnessing a surge in the number of career aspirants as more and more people are willing to equip themselves with skills that Industry needs so direly in its various sectors.