CENTRAL TRAINING INSTITUTE FOR INSTRUCTORS
ABOUT THE INSTITUTE
The Central Training Institute for Instructors, Chennai was established in the year 1962 by the Govt. of India under the Ministry of Labour, DGE&T with the assistance of International Labour Organisation (ILO). The Institute is located on the Grand Southern Trunk Road, adjoining the Industrial Estate at Guindy and is well connected by the Suburban Electric Train service and other transport systems. This institute is just 5 kms. from the Chennai International Airport and about 13 kms. from the Chennai Central Railway Station.
The primary function of this Institute is to train the Vocational Instructors required by the various Industrial Training Institutes, Industrial training centres and other training establishments. Subsequently, Model Training Institute was also created in February 1965 with 15 Vocational trades to enable the Instructor trainees to have practice teaching and also to have first hand knowledge of organising classes, workshop, record maintenance etc.The Institute also caters to the needs of many developing countries for training of their instructors and tradesmen by arranging special training programmes. The Institute has well-equipped workshops, laboratories and other infrastructural facilities for carrying out the various training programmes to meet the current developments in the field of Instructor Training. It has also highly experienced faculty members.
INSTRUCTOR TRAINING PROGRAMME
1. To develop the skills required to analyse a trade syllabus and to plan and organise†† trade training in practical skills and related instructions.
2. To provide training in the methods and applications of instruction for effective learning of trade skills together with techniques of evaluating the work of trainees.
3. To design and administer criterion based tests.
4. To promote a sense of responsibility for the proper up-keep of the equipment, tools and other materials entrusted to the† care of the instructor, and the† ability to maintain and operate the system† of† record-keeping in practice.
5. To understand oneís deficiencies in the trade area (practical and the theoretical) and over-come their† short-coming so that full technical competence is achieved.
6. To† encourage an appreciation for the need to keep abreast with current development both in the techniques of his trade† and methods of† instruction.
7. To equip the instructor with an understanding of† labour† and management† relationship for preparing† his trainees for their† entry† and† progress into their new careers in industrial environment.†
1.02 Courses under Instructor Training Programmes
This Institute conducts two types of instructor training programmes viz. modular and non-modular pattern. It also† organises many short duration tailor-made special training programmes based on the request† of various organisations.
1.03 Modular Pattern of instructor training
The modular pattern of instructor training consists of three modules of instruction as given below:
††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Modules†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Duration
1.† Trade Technology (comprising basic and advanced
†††† components of trade practice and theory)†††††††††††††††††††††††††††† 6 months.
2.† Engineering Technology (comprising Workshop
†††† Calculation and Science and Engineering Drawing)†††††††††††† 3 months.
3.† Training methodology (comprising Principles of Teaching)† 3 months.
In† this† pattern,† a trainee† can† seek† admission† in† any† module† of †his choice and complete the rest of the modules either consecutively or later at his own convenience but within a period of 3 years from the commencement of† their first module. Trades covered under modular pattern are :
1.† Fitter†††††† †††††† † 2. Turner.†††††††† †††††3.† Welder† (Gas & Electric)†††††††††††††††† 4.† Electrician.†††††† † 5. Mechanic (Diesel)†††††† †††††† 6. Mechanic (Motor Vehicle).
1.04 Non-modular Pattern of† Instructor† Training
The non-modular pattern of† instructor training consists of all the subjects covered in the Modular pattern viz. TT, ET & POT. Trainees have to study all these subjects simultaneously for one year duration. The trades covered under this pattern are:
1. Machinist††††††† 2. Foundryman††††††††††† 3. Draughtsman (Civil)
1.05† Entry level requirements (both for modular and non-modular courses)
†i)†† Passed† in Matriculation or equivalent examination.
†ii)† Diploma† in Engineering in the relevant Branch recognised by the
†††††† Government.††††††††††††††††††††††††† Or
††††† National Apprenticeship† Certificate in respective trade.
††††† National Trade Certificate in respective trade with one year experience
†††††††††††††††††† either in a reputed† industry or in a training organisation.
iii)† Between 18 and 40 years of age. No upper age limit for deputed
1.06†† Month of admission
†Module on Trade Technology -†† August & February every year.
†Module on Engineering Technology† - August, November, February
†Module on Principles of Teaching††††††† ††††††† -† August, November , February
†Non-modular courses††††††† ††††††† ††††††† -††† August every year.
1.07†† Mode of admission
Firstly all the deputed candidates from the Government Institutions are considered followed by the deputed candidates by Public Sector Undertakings as well as the sponsored candidates by Private Institutions and the remaining vacant seats, if any, are filled by Private candidates based on the merit list prepared for this purpose.
1.08 How to apply
†† ††††††† Application form can be obtained from the Principal, Central Training† Institute For Instructors, Guindy, Chennai-32 by paying Rs.5/- only by Indian Postal Order in favour of Registrar, CTI, Chennai-32. Rs.10/- shall be charged for each application as Registration fee at the time of submission of application forms for Registration.† Registration fee will be accepted only by Indian Postal Order in favour of Registrar, CTI, Chennai-32.
1.09 Conditions for appearing for the all India trade test for craft Instructors
Only those candidates who fulfil the requirement of 60% in Sessional marks and who have 80% attendance in each module will be permitted to appear for the examination.
60% of marks in each subject is essential for a pass.
Trainees who do not fulfil the requirement of attendance and Sessional marks will have to repeat the module before appearing for the subsequent examinations.
1.10 Award of certificate
After successful completion of each module the Instructor trainees will be issued Certificates by the Principal, Central Training Institute† and after successful completion of all modules, the Course Completion Certificate will be awarded by National Council for Vocational Training for the trainees under Modular pattern.
After successful completion of One Year, the trainees will be awarded the Certificate by the National Council for Vocational Training for the trainees under the Non-Modular Pattern.
1.11 Fee and other charges for instructor training (modular and non-modular)
1. Tuition fee :
(a) Nominees of Govt. ITI s††††††† -† No fee
(b) All others†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† - Rs.30/-p.m.
2. Gymkhana fee : - Rs.5/- p.m.
Foreign National†††† †††† †††† -†††† Rs.100/- per trainee per course
3. Hostel service charges
(only for inmates)††† †††† †††† -†††† Rs.10/- p.m.
4. Caution Deposit - Rs.50/-
5. Library Deposit - Rs.20/-
a) Fee should be paid for each module at the time of admission.
b) In case of Non-modular courses, the fee should be paid initially for 6 months (Aug.-Jan.) at the time of admission and subsequently for another 6 months (Feb.-July) in the month of February.
CRAFTSMEN TRAINING PROGRAMME
2.01 The† Model† Training† Institute† attached† to† the† Central† Training† Institute for
Instructors conducts training programmes in various trades leading to the† award of National Trade Certificate issued by NCVT. The† duration of the courses varies† from† 1 to 3 years as given below:
†† One year trade†††††† † Two years trade ††††† ††††††††††††††† Three years trade
1.† Mechanic (Diesel)††† † 1.†† Fitter††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† 1.†† Tool & Die Maker†††††††††
†††††††††††† 2. Cutting & Tailoring††††† † 2.† Turner††††††††††††††††††† (Press tools, jigs
††††††††††††††††††† ††††††††††††††††††† and fixtures)
3.† Welder(Gas & Electric)†† 3.† Machinist
4.† Computer Operator &.††† 4.† Mech. (motor vehicle)
† ††††Programming††††††††††††††† 5.† Pattern maker
††††† Assistant ( COPA)† † 6.† Electronics Mechanic†
5.† Foundryman††††††††††† † 7.† Electrician
†††††† † 8.† Mechanic (Radio & TV)
†††††† † 9.†† Díman (civil)
Minimum Qualification for Admission
Pass in 10th standard under 10+2 system or its equivalent except for the trade of C&T, Pattern Maker and COPA.
For C&T and Pattern Maker, the minimum qualification is pass in VIII standard† and† for COPA†† the minimum qualification is passed 12th standard under 10+2 system of education or passed 3 years Diploma in any branch of Engineering from a recognised Polytechnic or its equivalent.
Candidates seeking admission to the courses should be within the age limit of 14-25 years. In the case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste / Tribe the upper age limit is relaxable upto 5 years. The upper age limit is also relaxed for Physically Handicapped persons by 10 years.
2.03†† Month of Admission
August every year for the Trades which are to be started in that session.
2.04†† Mode of admission
Applications to the courses† are invited through advertisements in local newspapers usually in the month of May† every year.† Admission† will† be† based on merit,† subject to the rules regarding reservation for various categories.
2.05†† Physical Fitness
Before admission, candidates will undergo medical† examination and† produce a certificate of Physical fitness from the Medical Officer of† the Institute. Those who are declared medically† unfit will not be admitted for training. The candidates should† have a weight of not less than 25.4 Kgs and height of not less than 137 cms.
2.06†† Eligibility conditions for appearing the final trade test
The candidate should have 80% attendance while appearing for Final Examination. 40% of marks in theory subjects and 60% of marks in practicals† are essential† for a pass.
2.07†† Working hours
The trainees will attend the training courses for 42 hours per week of which 25 hours are devoted to practical training, 15 hours for theoretical instructions and 2 hours for extra-curricular activities.
2.08†† Award of certificates
At the end of the course, all eligible candidates will appear for All India Trade Test and successful candidates will be awarded National Trade† Certificates† issued by the National Council† for Vocational Training.
2.09†† Fees for Craftsmen Trainees
Tuition fee††††††††††††††† -Rs.20/- p.m.
Caution Deposit††††††††††††††† -Rs.50/-
Library Deposit††††††††††††††† -Rs.20/-.
Hostel service charges††††††††††††††† -Rs.10/- p.m.†
Examination fee††††††††††††††† -Rs.25/-†
Supplementary Tests††††††††††††††† -Rs.30/-.
Note : SC / ST & PH trainees are exempted from paying tuition fee and examination†† fee. Annual Tuition fee is payable in 2 instalments. The first instalment is payable at the time of admission and the balance after 6months.
2.10†† Medical facilities
The Institute has a Dispensary with† a Medical Officer supported by other necessary† staff.† It is open during the working hours of the Institute . Emergency cases of hostel inmates are attended to even† beyond the normal working hours.
2.11†† National Cadet Corps
NCC training is provided for desirous/eligible candidates . Trainees of Craftsmen Training programme (MTI) are eligible for enrolment in NCC.
50%† of†† the† trainees† on roll or sanctioned seats whichever is less will be† awarded† a stipend† of† Rs.100/-p.m. on poverty-cum-merit basis . Also a merit scholarship† of Rs.15/-p.m. is awarded to 4% of the total no. of trainees.
Details common to CTI and MTI Training Programme
A well-equipped† library with reference and lending facilities is available. Lending facilities are extended to instructor trainees and participants of short-term training programmes.
2.† Caution Deposit
Caution† deposit† and† library deposit paid by the trainees† are refundable after deduction of dues, if any, on completion of courses.
3.† Reservation of seats for the courses
20%† of† seats† are† reserved† for† persons belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes and 3%† for Physically Handicapped.
10 seats are reserved for wards of the Defence personnel etc. as per priority
mentioned below :
i) Children of deceased / disabled ex-service men including those killed /
†disabled during peace time.
ii)†† Children of ex-service men.
iii)† Children of serving Jawans.
iv)† Children of serving officers.
4.† Identification Card
All trainees are required to possess identity cards issued by the Institute for which photographs are to be submitted† by the trainees at the time of admission. Trainees will not be permitted to enter the Institute or hostel premises without the Identity card.
TRAINING PROGRAMME ON AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS
The deputed candidates from various State Governments, Reputed Organisations apart from DGE&T Staff are the beneficiaries of this programme.† The duration is Two weeks. No fees are charged for this course.† TA/DA for this training programme is paid by the Institute under Technical Assistance Programme.
NATIONAL RENEWAL FUND PROGRAMME
This Institute being a nodal center for implementation of this scheme also conducts a training programme for the benefit of Rationalized Industrial Workers of various Public / Private Enterprises who had taken Voluntary Retirement Scheme under Golden Handshake Scheme.† The duration is 50 working days and they are paid Stipend as Rs.60/- per day.† They are issued Course Completion Certificate after successful completion of the course and suitable arrangements are being carried out through various agencies to make them wage/self employable.