The need for skilled manpower in the country was never as relevant as today. The industrial output needs to grow and sustain. The Survival Mantra of the industries - “Produce Maximum at Minimum Cost” and no compromise on product quality has upgraded the importance of machines and the men behind it. These men come from various Industrial Training Institutes. In recent year Govt of India and Haryana Govt has instituted many measures to improve the quality of training. But how much impact it would make to improve the ground situation remains to be seen
Generally the ITI passouts need apprenticeship training in an industry before they can be trusted with a job to be performed independently. But the Army ITI aims at producing fully skilled craftsmen, capable of starting their own enterprise or undertake a job assignment immediately on passing out. It has become possible because of the training philosophy adopted by the Institute - ‘Learning by Doing’ and the tremendous ‘On the Job Training’ facilities available here. The soldiers who join the Institute are a dedicated and disciplined lot. Most of them already possess a long and useful trade experience and may be in most cases, in more than one trade. During their stay at Army ITI, they are imparted quality training through a carefully structured training curriculums with need based emphasis on ‘Basics’ and advance aspects of the trade training. Industry relevant aspects are included in the training even if these are not part of the syllabus.
The six trades selected are the ones which are in great demand in civil industries. Placement records of last couple of years where all desirous candidate found jobs is indicative of the quality of our training and relevance/ demand of the trades available in the Institute.
The contents of this website are aimed at providing a glimpse/ overview of the functioning of Army ITI.