Industrial Training Institutes (ITI):
Industrial Training Institutes & Industrial Training Centers are training institute which provide training in technical field and constituted under Directorate General of Employment & Training (DGET), Ministry of Labour & Employment, Union Government of India.There are both government funded and private (self-financing) ITI’s in India.
The objective of opening of ITI is provide technical manpower to industries. These persons are trained in basic skills required to do jobs of say operator or a craftsman.
Normally a person who has passed 10 standard (SSC or SSLC) are eligible for admission to ITI.
The course in ITI is designed in way to impart basic skill in the trade specified. The duration of course may vary from one year to three years depending upon trade opted.
NATIONAL TRADE CERTIFICATE
After completion of desired period of training the person is eligible to appear in the AITT ( All India Trade Test ) conducted by NCVT( National Council for Vocational training ).
After passing AITT, the person is awarded NATIONAL TRADE CERTIFICATE (NTC)in concerning trade by NCVT.
NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP CERTIFICATE
After passing ITI course a person may opt to undergo practical training in his trade in an industry for a year or two.
Again the person has to appear & pass in a test to be conducted by NCVT to get the NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP CERTIFICATE .
Opportunities after ITI:
- Aspirants who have passed ITI can go for specialized short term courses in Advanced Training Institute (ATI) or for courses that are exclusively for the candidates who want a job at foreign location, aspirants can also apply for higher studies like Diploma in Engineering.
- As there is abundance of job opportunities in the private and public sectors for both engineering (Surveyor, Turner, Hardware fitter, plumber, Mechanics, Computer Operator & Programming Assistant, etc.) and non-engineering trades (Craftsman, Fashion technology, Horticulture, Insurance Agent, etc.).
- Central/State Government organisations like Indian Army, Navy, and Air force provide opportunities for ITI passed candidates of different trades.
- Also candidates have ample opportunities in private sector as well. Also ITI qualified people can set their own business like can open winding shops, can start motor garage or repairing workshops, can operate generators etc. Skilled workers also have bright opportunities in foreign countries.
Choose Your ITI Course from this List of 50 Best ITI Courses listed here.
Indian Police Service (IPS):
The Indian Police Service (IPS), is one of the three All India Services of the Government of India.It has replaced the Indian (Imperial) Police in 1948, a year after India gained independence from Britain.
To become IPS officer you need to pass UPSC Civil Service Exam.
The UPSC Civil Service Exam consists of 3 stages and they are Preliminary Exam, Mains Exam, and Personality Test/Interview.
UPSC Exam details:
The competitive examination comprises two successive stages:
I. Civil Services (Preliminary) Examinations (Objective Type) for the selection of candidates for Main Examination; and
II. Civil Services (Main) Examination
For details click http://eloksevaonline.com/competitive-exams/civil-services-examination-pattern/.
For IPS a candidate must be a citizen of India.
Age must be between 21 to 30 for General category.
Candidates of SC/ST and OBC will get extra age 5 and 3 years respectively.
Minimum height for Males 165 cm, Females-150 cmfor General Category Candidates.
Other than General Category Candidates 160 cm for Male and 145 cm for Female Candidates for Minimum Height require
Chest Males Minimum 84 cm, Should be expandable up to 5 cm
Chest Females 79 cm Should be expandable up to 5 cm.
Ranks of the IPS:
All State Police Services officers of and above the rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) or Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) in State Police and Metropolitan Police forces respectively.
- Director, Intelligence Bureau (Government of India)
- Commissioners of Police (State) or Director Generals of Police, States and territories of India
- Joint Commissioners of Police or Inspector-Generals of Police, States and territories of India
- Additional Commissioners of Police or Deputy Inspector Generals of Police, States and territories of India
- Deputy Commissioner of Police (Selection grade) or Senior Superintendent of Police (National Emblem above two-star)
- Deputy Commissioner of Police or Superintendent of Police (National Emblem above one-star)
- Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police or Additional Superintendent of Police
- Assistant Commissioner of Police or Assistant Superintendent of Police
- Assistant Superintendent of Police – Two stars (Indian Police Service officer probationary rank on 2nd year of service)
- Assistant Superintendent of Police – One-star (Indian Police Service officer probationary rank on 1st year of service)
Salary of an IPS Officer:
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- Saras Baug
- Peshwa Udyan
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- Empress Garden
- Bund Garden
- Kamla Nehru Park
- Sambhaji Park JM Road
- Osho Nala Garden
- Butterfly Park Pune