About Us

Skill India is an initiative of the Government of India which has been launched to empower the youth of the country with skill sets which make them more employable and more productive in their work environment. India is a country today with 65% of its youth in the working age group. If ever there is a way to reap this demographic advantage, it has to be through skill development of the youth so that they add not only to their personal growth but to the country’s economic growth as well. Our National Skill Mission is chaired by the Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi himself.

To contribute significantly to the overall target of skilling up of people in India, mainly by fostering private sector initiatives in skill development programmes, Private ITI Consultancy Services , a multidisciplinary business solution organization launch a separate portal for consulting cum Project Management of establishing Private ITI as a world-class Skill oriented Institution.

Private ITI Consultancy Services has been working as a consulting organization ,offer services for Accreditation and Affiliation of New Private ITI, Grading of Existing Private ITI, Adding more Trade/Units to existing Private ITI, Re-affiliation of Existing Private ITI, and Shifting of Existing Private ITI. Provide guidance on norms/Circulars related to Skill development or Private ITI Accreditation and Affiliation, issued by DGT/NCVT/State Skill Development Mission and Skill Ministry, New Delhi.

Our Vision:

We as a Consulting Organization, concentrating on delivering best efforts to creating a modern education infrastructure with the barrier-free environment to each class of society through various training institution, where a special focus is given to developing soft, industry-specific, and job oriented vocational learning program.

Our Mission:

Our mission is to boost skill India mainly by fostering private sector, NGO, societies/trusts, Companies/industries to come forward and take initiative to establish at least one Industrial Training Institute (ITI) at each block level of all districts and also set up a multi-skill centre in each village of our Nation.

Our Scope:

We cover all states of India, for better reach to our client, our head office is situated in the Brass city ‘Moradabad , Uttar Pradesh ’ from where we provide service to all zones of India – Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala, etc.

Preface Information


Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs)

The “Training Manual for Industrial Training Institutes” published by erstwhile Directorate General of Employment and Training, is a comprehensive guide for all relevant information pertaining to Craftsmen Training Scheme being implemented in Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) all over the country. This Training Manual has been divided in two parts. Part-I was published in year 2014, contains information on the Organisational Structure, Administration in ITI, manpower requirement and Trade Test Procedure. Part-II containing affiliation norms and procedure of this Manual could not be published during that point of time as affiliation norms for ITIs were under revision. Meanwhile, Government has formed Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), to give attention to skill development in a bigger way.
The Ministry is responsible for coordination of all skill development efforts across the country, removal of disconnect between demand and supply of skilled manpower, building the vocational and technical training framework, skill up-gradation, building of new skills, and innovative thinking not only for existing jobs but also jobs that are to be created. The two verticals of erstwhile “Directorate General of Employment & Training” (DGE&T) working under Deputy Director General (Training) & Deputy Director General (Apprenticeship Training) were transferred to MSDE as Directorate General of Training. At national level, major roles of this Directorate General of Training (DGT) remains Policy formulation on Vocational Training, Laying down affiliation norms and procedure, Curriculum and Trade testing & Certification for ITIs. To ensure that “ITI eco system” remains updated and relevant to industrial requirement, DGT has taken initiative to review the existing Civil and other infrastructural norms, essential facilities and affiliation/accreditation procedure for setting of ITIs. Various committees were constituted to draft new set of civil and procedural norms for establishing ITIs, having different seating capacities both for rural and urban areas. The report of committees were discussed in meeting of stakeholders and based on their suggestions, these were further modified. However, before implementation of these norms, it was felt that, these norms shall also be vetted by Technical Advisory Committee consisting members of academic expertise from IIT/Technical University, H.R & Technical expert from Industry, and representative from state directorate. Accordingly, a committee was constituted. Committee held three meeting and deliberated on these new sets of norms. These norms, thus finalized, bears approval of competent authority. The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India is pleased to announce the launch of new Procedural and Civil norms for establishment of ITIs across the country. While designing these norms, efforts have been made to standardize the Civil infrastructure of ITIs, so that ITIs across the country have similar buildings and facilities. Procedure for seeking affiliation has also been redefined to make it further simpler and transparent. Total Affiliation will be completed in 3 stage process-1st stage: Desktop Assessment, 2nd stage: Civil Infrastructure Assessment, 3rd stage: Equipment, power, IT lab and other Infrastructure Assessment. An online mechanism has been established to enable the applicant Institutions. This detail out the various requirements for affiliation and accreditation as applicant proceeds for filling up the application form. It will also help in doing self-assessment by an Institute. The various requirements like infrastructure, tools and equipment, staff strength, power requirement etc. are detailed in application form. The applicant does need not to seek any information related to the NCVT requirement from any office. A guidance document for filling the application and sample manual is also enclosed to help the applicant’s Institutes. The objective is to enable our Institution to reach an internationally acceptable level so that trainees are not accepted locally but also globally. It may however be clarified that this manual is not a legal document but is made only to serve the users for smooth implementation of norms prescribed by NCVT. For any clarification the original office order relating to the recommendations may be referred to..   We would welcome feedback and any suggestions for improvement.

Skill Development


Skill development of youth, has occupied Centre stage in development perspective of government of the day, for supporting its new development schemes like Smart Cities, Make in India, Digital India and Clean India. Apart from meeting its own demand, India has the potential to provide skilled workforce to fill the expected shortfall in the ageing developed world. Industrial Training Institutes have played a vital role in development and growth of Indian industries for the past 6 decades. A major workforce for industry have been trained by these institution across various sectors of economy. Industry will be able to grow and prosper only if the skilled youth coming out from various Industrial Training Institutes are able to meet the expectation of industry in terms of their skill acquisition. It is, therefore, very important for Industrial Training Institutes to impart the training in-sync with the demands of the industry.
To ensure that the competency of trained students of ITIs is at par with the international requirements, NCVT, DGT and QCI had joined hands to establish an accreditation mechanism in line with international benchmarks. This system was implemented during year 2012- 2016, however, number of gaps were reported in structure of ITIs across the country. On analyzing these reports it was felt that these gaps are basically due to non-availability of standard infrastructure norms for ITIs having less than 200 seats, much variation was observed in building, approach road and other infrastructural facilities, amongst these ITIs. It was also observed that there was a need to review the affiliation/ accreditation procedure for setting of ITIs as per the present scenario to bring more clarity and transparency in affiliation system of ITIs.


Craftsmen Training Scheme

The Craftsmen Training Scheme was introduced by the Government of India in 1950 to ensure a steady flow of skilled workers in different trades for the domestic industry, to raise quantitatively and qualitatively the industrial production by systematic training, to reduce unemployment among the educated youth by providing them employable training, to cultivate and nurture a technical and industrial attitude in the minds of the younger generation. Craftsmen Training Scheme implemented through ITIs is the oldest system of skill training in country. This scheme is the one of the major schemes in the field of vocational training, and has been shaping craftsmen to meet the existing as well as future manpower need of skill manpower in the industrial as well as service sector.

Industrial Training Institutes

Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) are training institutes which offer range of vocational/skill training courses covering a large number of economic sectors with an objective to provide skilled workforce to the industry as well as selfemployment of youth. They provide post-school technical as well as vocational training courses leading to lifelong career in one or two year skill courses. These institutes are set up under Directorate General of Training (DGT), Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Government of India. Government Industrial Training Institutes are government-run training organizations and Private Industrial Training Centers are privately run equivalents.These institutes are affiliated to National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) and run training programme under Craftsmen Training Scheme.
At present there are total 14,165 ITIs (Govt.2181 + Private 11,984) with seating capacity- 23.41 lakh (Govt. 5.89 lakh + Private 17.52 lakh) Trades Covered -126 (popular trades are Electrician, Fitter, Machinist, Welder, Mechanic Motor Vehicle). Each trade has a dedicated course curriculum. These are also being aligned to NSQF levels. (List of trades at Annexure-2F). Admissions in Government and Private ITIs are done in the month of August every year. The period of training: six months, one and two years. The training courses have been designed to impart basic skills and knowledge in the trades so as to prepare trainee for employment as a semiskilled worker or for self-employment. Training programme is based on semester pattern. From session 2018 annual pattern is introduced. For overall personality development of trainees, a course on “Employability Skill” is being taught. National Trade Certificate (NTC) is awarded to successful trainees of NCVT affiliated trades of ITIs. NTC enjoys National/ international recognition for purpose of employment/ selfemployment.