Faculty of ITI

About the course

ITIs have been set up with aim of providing vocational training to indian students. ITI trades and course focus on skill development in students. They churnout skilled professional each year andthus develop the skilled work force in India.

Technical education contributes markedly to the socio-economic development of the country as a whole. The industrial development sector sustains entirely upon the availability of trained manpower to performmulti-dimensional activities. Thus the technical education department sights towards making available the techinacally qualified hands to serve the industry and society.

SRGC welcomes students for professional studies and exciting careers in ITI in the field of Electrician, Fitter, Turner, Machinist, Welder. The multi-disciplinary curriculum is dynamic, flescible and need based which aims to deliver skill-oriented education.

Future Prospects

Job in Public Sector Units

Students who have completed their ITI can seek employment with various Public Sector Units / PSUs such as Railways, Telecom / BSNL, IOCL, ONCG, State-wise PWDs and others. In addition to this, they can also explore career opportunities with the Indian Armed Forces i.e. Indian Army, Indian Navy, Air force, BSF, CRPF and other paramilitary forces.

Jobs in Private Sector

Private sector, especially the ones dealing in manufacturing and mechanics seek out ITI students for trade specific jobs. The key sectors in which ITI students can find lucrative career opportunities include construction, agriculture, textiles, energy. As far as specific job profiles are concerned, electronics, welding refrigeration and air-conditioner mechanic are the most sought-after skills in an ITI student in the private sector.