Given below is the admission process  for the session starting August 2017. Please note that only Welder ITI admissions are open in the session starting August 2017.
Admission Forms
 Admission Forms can also be downloaded from the link provided in this website 
How to apply:
  • Please read the prospectus carefully regarding all requirements. Duly filled application forms either provided along with prospectus procured from the institute's admission counter, or downloaded from the website of the institute, has to be submitted within the stipulated date at the admission counter.
  • Regarding INTERNET FORM DOWNLOAD: The Application Form downloaded from the link given below has to be duly filled after reading the instructions in this webpage, and submitted BY HAND at the institute's Admission Counter. Applications sent by post will not be accepted.
For internet form download     go to Home page of this website and see Noticeboard.
  • Last date of submission of form at the admission counter of the institute: 6th June 2017.
Documents to be submitted along with application form: Attested copies of age-proof (Admit Card) and qualifying examination marksheet (Madhyamik).
Admission Procedure:
Selections will be based on a merit list prepared as per the marks secured in the Admission Test for 50 marks to be conducted on Physical Science and Mathematics. English skills will be tested for 5 marks out of 50. Candidates in Merit List will be called for an interview after which the first list of selected candidates will be offered admission. If seats are not filled up from the first list, candidates next in the merit list will be invited in a second list and so on.
For dates of Entrance Exam, publication of the merit list, interview dates and final list of selected candidates, please see the Admissions Notice Board of the Institute during submission of duly filled Application Forms or refer to the institute's website at
Candidates are requested to keep in touch at least till September 2017 for any vacancies.
Date of Admission Test  : 11th June
Exact date, time and venue of exam will be mentioned in the Registration Slip on submission of the Admission Forms.
As per norms there is reservation of 22% for SC, 6% for ST & 3% for Physically Handicapped candidates. Candidates wishing to avail reservation should produce attested copies of the relevant documents.
Physical standards and mental requirement:
The candidate should possess sound mental and physical health, should be free from any chronic disease / disability and have no cardio vascular problems or surgical deformities. The candidate should not have a past history of fits or psychiatric ailments etc. The following physical standards are expected in many industries and therefore are also required to be examined prior to admission to the course:
Physical Standard             Male    
Height                                155 cm s  (min.)   
Weight*                             45 Kgs (min.)
Chest (Expanded)*           79 cm s    
Chest (Un-expanded)       75 cm s    
Eye Sight                          Normal (with/without glasses); Colour blindness will be a disqualification
Hearing                             Should    be   Normal
*Note-To be generally proportionate to height
Personality Requirements
The candidate should
  • enjoy technical work
  • have practical ability
  • be physically fit
  • have good hand-eye coordination   
  • be able to work independently
  • be able to work as part of a team
  • have attention to detail
  • possess normal hearing
  • have no skin allergies
  • be safety conscious 
Fees   Semester Fee: Rs.7,500/- (Rupees Seven thousand Five hundred only)
  •    There are two semesters per year.
  •    Fees once paid during admission is not refundable.
  •    Special fees mayhave to be paid by Turner for CNC Training in 4th semester.
  •    Fees may be hiked during session depending on future change in syllabus.
Working hours:       9.45 a.m. to 4.45 p.m. from Monday to Friday
                                    9.45 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. on Saturdays.
Timing may change as per requirement.
Special stress is laid on attendance during the start of Prayer at 9.45 a.m.
Holidays The institute has a list of holidays for 30 days in a calendar year. There is no winter/summer vacation as per norms.
CTS courses in ITI are full-time courses with having sessional marks for daily work in the subjects. Skills learnt on one day are invariably linked with the training imparted on the next day. Hence for securing good training great stress is laid on full attendance.  Minimum compulsory attendance is 80%. Only in case of serious medical or other issues students with lesser attendance can be considered for permission to appear in the All India Trade Test, provided they cover the hours lost in the shop floor by working in extra shifts.
Students absent for more than 10 days without information may be discharged from the course.
Uniform: Two sets of White shirt ; Navy Blue full pant ; Leather shoes ; Blue sweater for winter.
Hostel Facilities: No hostel facility is available. However many students stay in rented rooms in nearby locations outside the campus.
Concessions: Railway concession is available in the local trains for students commuting daily from their homes to the institute.
Scholarships: 10 to 15 Students who are meritorious but financially weak are provided with scholarships every year.
Library: All text books have to compulsorily bought by students for the courses. However our Library has a rich resource of study materials including syllabus books brought out by NIMI, Chennai for issue and reference. 
Caution Money:  Caution Money is refundable after leaving the course. However it is to be claimed within three years of leaving failing which it will be forfeited. Caution money may be increased during the course period if there is excessive damage/loss.
Extra curricular activities
Games like volleyball, football, cricket; gardening; participation on special occassions like Vishwakarma and Saraswati Pujas; programs in Belurmath as volunteers; publication of Annual Souvenir, wall magazine; occasional excursion.
Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited in the campus. Students failing to follow this discipline may be fined or if necessary discharged from the course.
Undertaking from Trainees
On joining the institute the candidates will be required to give an undertaking that they will not undertake any other full time course during this course period;  to abide by the discipline of the Institute;  to take care of the tools and equipment entrusted to their charge; not to discontinue the course; not to indulge in any political activities within the campus, and to confirm to any other conditions prescribed in the interest of the course. If they fail to fulfill the terms of the undertaking they may have to face disciplinary action including fines or may have to even forfeit their seat in case of severe breach of rules.

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