The Government of India, during the 1950s, introduced the Craftsmen Training Scheme, under which a series of government-managed Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) and privately-run Industrial Training Centers (ITCs) were set up across the varied Indian states. The objective was to develop a pool of skilled manpower resources for meeting the labour requirements of the country’s varied industries.
The ITIs and ITCs are deemed as post-secondary schools and are governed by the Directorate General of Employment & Training (DGET), the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, the Union Government of India. Presently, in India, there are more than 14,000 vocational training centres that include over 2000 ITIs and over 12000 ITCs.
The management affairs of the technical training centers are overseen by the National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT) which works at the National level; at the state level, the SCVT works as per the NCVT’s guidelines.
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|Organization Name||National Council of Vocational Training|
|Name of the Exam||NCVT ITI 1st 2nd 3rd and 4th Semester Exam|
|Date of the NCVT CBT ITI Exam||08 August to 30 August 2022|
|NCVT ITI Result Date||Declared – 24 Feb 2022|
|Category||NCVT ITI Result in 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Sem|
The aspiring candidates who are interested in pursuing the trade courses have an array of engineering and non-engineering trades that they can apply for – as per their preferences. Moreover, the trades are divided into NCVT and SCVT categories. However, bear in mind that the eligibility norms of the different courses vary, so only apply if you are eligible.
As part of the vocational training courses, the pupils have to undergo 1-year Apprenticeship training for gaining practical experience, following which they are conferred with the National Apprenticeship Certificate.
Moreover, they have to appear for the All India Trade Test (AITT). Upon successfully clearing the AITT, they are awarded the National Trade Certificate (NTC) or the State Level Trade Certificate (SCVT), depending on whether they have completed the NCVT or SCVT trade programs.
ITI Result 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th semesters
A large percentage of India’s youth population enrolls for the vocational trade courses, at both the ITIs and ITCs, to gain technical know-how, in any given year. The courses are conducted over 4 semesters and the students have to appear for the exams of each semester. For checking the results of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th semesters, the students should access the NCVT’s official website, www.ncvtmis.gov.in.
State-wise, the results are displayed on the site and the pupils can view their results as per their respective states, after entering basic details – such as roll number.
Besides, you can browse the website, www.itiresult.in, for more information on the vocational programs that are conducted in the country.
Some Important Links
|NCVT ITI Official Website||www.ncvtmis.gov.in – Click Here|
|NCVT ITI Result 2022||Click Here|
|SCVT ITI Result 2022||Click Here|
Steps to Download ITI Result 2022 From Official Website (https://ncvtmis.gov.in)
The ITI students can check their ITI Semester 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th-semester Result for NCVT trades using the official website of the NCVT MIS Apprenticeship Portal. The candidates can follow the step-by-step instruction given Below to check NCVT Results.
|Step 1||Firstly, you need to open the official website (www.ncvtmis.gov.in) of ITI as per your state.|
|Step 2||After that find the link ITI NCVT Result 2022 on the Official Website.|
|Step 3||By Clicking the Link the candidates can get the page of NCVT ITI Result 2019|
|Step 4||Enter in the Roll Number or Application Number|
|Step 5||Enter the exam Semester|
|Step 6||The results will be displayed on the screen|
|Step 7||candidates can take prints of the document for future reference.|
State Wise Merit List
|12||Jammu and Kashmir|
|33||Andaman and Nicobar Islands|
|34||Dadra and Nagar Haveli|
|35||Daman and Diu|