The Industrial training at ITI level is the basic step to learn the skills to become technician / Mechanic. The eligibility of the candidate is 5th std to 10th std depend upon the course. Govt. of India, continued this program started from British Raj and expanded its activities in different skill development programs through ITI
Initially the ITI started at Govt. level as demand raised for trained candidate , Govt. open to pvt organization to enable them to start Industrial Training Centres.
Though the pvt ITCs development was slow but due to development of Industries with modern technology, the growth of the pvt. ITIs increased in multifold from 1990s.
As on today approximately there are around 10,000 pvt ITIs and about 3000 Govt. ITI’s imparting various types of sklls in all over India. ThoughThe volume of pvt ITIs incured in one hand certain problems also developed symaltaneously. To solve theire problems the pvt. ITI from each state formed a Association to represent the Govt. for amicable solution.As Individual State ITI Associations could not achieve the goals it is felt by all the need of National level Asociation. Hence Federation of ITCs of India was formed in 1992 with few eminent personalities under the guidance from Prof. M. Ranga Rao, who is presently called Founder and National Co-ordinator .
The Following Licenses Are Under Federation of All India Private ITI Associations