CRAFT INSTRUCTOR TRAINING SCHEME ( CITS )
Training of Craft Instructors is the responsibilty of DGT in the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship . The Craft Instructors' Training Scheme is operational since inception of the Craftsmen Training Scheme. The first Craft Instructors' Training Institute was established in 1948.Subsequently , five more institutes namely , Central Training Institute for Instructors( Now called as Advanced Training Institue- ATI), ATI at Mumbai,Howrah , Kanpur, Ludhiana and Hyderabad were established in 1960's by the then DGE&T.
Objective of the Craft Instructor Training is to train Instructors in the techniques of transferring hands-on skills, in order to train semi-skilled / skilled manpower for industry. Structure of training programme is to such that comprehensive training both in skill development and training methodology is imparted to the trainees.
Under the semester concept , Instructor can take up training in any of the Institutes as per his/her convenience. Semester on Engineering Technology is common for trades in the group.
|1st SEMESTER||2nd SEMESTER|
|Trade Technology -1 (TT1), Trade specific||Trade Technology -2 (TT2), Trade specific|
Engineering Technology (ET)
Common for similar trades in group
|Training Methodology ( TM) - Common for all trades|
SELECTION : admission is offered twice, in August and in February . Admission in August is done through centralized admission test .
Eligibilty for Admission to CITS Program : NTC/NAC/ Diploma/Degree in relevant branch of Engineering
|Trades available under Crafts Instructor Training Scheme (CITS) at ATI Mumbai|
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