The Craftsman Training Programme is executed at national level and controlled by the Directorate General of Employment and Training (DGET), Ministry of Labour, Government of India, New Delhi. The curriculum in various trades is executed as per the directives received from the DGET from time to time. The syllabus for the various trade courses run in ITIs are prepared by NCVT. Thus the training programme is chalked out on National basis and at the State level. It is administrated on the basis of norms and guidelines laid down by the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT). The Schemewise Outlay is sanctioned under Tribal Sub Plan in the Annual Plan 2014-15 is given below.
Rs in lakh
| Sr. No.
| Name of the Scheme
| Approved Outlay
| State Level Scheme
| Genrlisation of Tech. Edu.
| District Level scheme
| Procurement of deficient equipment in existing ITIs
| Establishment of new ITIs
| Introduction of Trade of more demand in lieu of trades less
| Establishment of full fledged BTRI Centres
| Construction of workshop and Administrative Building for
| Introduction of additional seats in existing I.T.I.s
| Generalisation of Vocational Education of tribal Area
| Total New Schemes
| Total District
| Total STATE District
Schemewise details are given in following paragraphs.
1. GENERALISATION OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION TRAINING IN TRIBAL ITI’S:
In order to increase the socio-economy of tribal people in the tribal sector. It is essential to give Vocational Training in addition to General Education. Which will increase employability and self employability in this Sector. Hence, it was decided by State Government to develop and expand the existing 56 tribal ITI under Tribal Scheme “Generalization of Vocational Education in the Tribal Sector. An Approved Outlay of Rs.300.00 Lakhs for 2014-15.
DISTRICT LEVEL :
2. PROCUREMENT OF DEFICIENT EQUIPMENTS IN EXISTING ITI’S.:
The Training in ITI’s is needbased and unless updated the same cannot be of any use to the industrial world. Updating of curriculum results in new tools equipments and machineries are to be purchased. Further normal use of such tools leads to their wear and tear which ulitmately results in need for new tools. Thus revision of syllabus, advance technology and normal wear and tear results in deficiency of tools and equipments. In Maharashtra there are 56 Govt. ITI’s in tribal sub plan which will need to procure deficient equipment. Moreover, to replace of wornout machine tools, hand tools etc. from old Institutes. For this purpose an Outlay of Rs.1054.56 Lakhs approved for Annual Plan 2014-15.
3. CONSTRUCTION OF WORKSHOP & ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING/HOSTEL BUILDING/ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW ITI’S:
There are 56 Government I.T.Is. functioning in the State under Tribal Sub Plan. Out of which 17 Government I.T.Is. are having their own workshop and Administrative Bulding. 39 Institutes are running in private building on rental basis. 42 Construction work is in progress. 18 Newly construction work to be started in 2011-12. Process for this purpose an outlay of Rs.2777.89 Lakhs approved for Annual Plan 2014-15.
4. INTRODUCTION OF ADDITIONAL SEATS IN EXISTING ITI’S AND EXPANSION OF EXISTING ITI’S.
In order to take proper care of cetain skill are as in the context of technological advancement as well as developments in other sectors viz. Electronics, Industry, Creation of T.V. Transmission Centres, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Development of petrochemical complexes, Plastic technology, as also to train manpower in the field of Electronics for Computer services and additional seats have been introduced in existinng ITI’s. For this purpose an outlay of Rs.101.43 Lakhs are approved during Annual Plan 2014-15.
5. ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW ITIs :
The Government has taken a decision to start 32 new ITI’s in newly created taluka. In which 4 ITI’s to be started in 2008-09. For construction of Workshop and Administrative Building for this purpose Rs.495.18 Lakhs approved for Annual Plan 2014-15.
6. INTRODUCTION OF TRADE OF MORE DEMAND IN LIEU OF TRADES LESS DEMAND :
For arranging need based training programme and to establish strong linkage between training and employment opportunities, review of the training courses in different old ITI’s of Tribal Sub Plan for starting new trades becomes essential. Such a change over brings enough flexibility in training system and it becomes need oriented. It also helps to remove the imbalance between the skills and the training facilities available. Such diversification is need based. For this purpose an outlay of Rs.35.00 Lakhs are approved for Annual Plan 2014-15.
7. GENERALIZATION OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION TRAINING :
In order to increas eht socio-economy of tribal people in the tribal sector, it is essential to give Vocational Training in addition to General Education. Which will increase employability and self employability in this Sector. Hence, it was decided by State Government to develop and expand the existing 56 tribal ITI under Tribal Scheme :Generalization of Vocational Education in the Tribal Sector. An Approved outlay of Rs.1884.55 Lakhs for District Plan & Rs. 300.00 Lakhs for State Plan for year 2014-15.
8. ESTABLISHMENT OF FULL-FLEDGED BTRI CENTRES & SUB CENTRES:
Apprenticeship Training Progrtamme is implemented under the Apprentices Act, 1961 enacted by the Parliament Government of India. Training facilities in Industrial establishments and manufacturing processes are to be utilized for the purpose of training of candidates in the skilled and semi-skilled area.
Government of India has already designated 132 trades in various 29 groups, such as Engineering, Chemical, Food, Agriculture, Electronics, Textile, Printing, Catering and Computer etc. The training programme is devided in 3 phase (I) Basic Training (ii) Shop floor training (on the job training), (iii) Related Instructions. There are 49 Government and 69 Non.-Govt. (Private) BTRI Centres functioning in the State.
At present Basic Training and Related Instruction Centres are attached to the Government ITI’s and Technical High School Centres. Facilities in the existing BTRI Centre in Food Technology, Printing and Chemical is inadequate. Under Tribal Sub Plan a separate BTRI Centre for which an outlay of Rs. 0.00 Lakhs are approved for Annual Plan 2014-15.
A total Outlay of Rs.6364.15 Lakhs is Approved for District Plan and Outlay of Rs.300.00 Lakhs foe State Plan during Annual Plan 2014-15.