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ITI Electrician

Why You Choose ITI Electrician ?

There are Millions of students who wants’ job in technical field as a technician in Electrical and as a junior engineer in Electrical field after their schooling, so those students who want to join as a technician or junior engineer in electrical branch in industry, he/she Can do ITI Electrician Course for 2 year program, who did his/her 10th .

And ITI give chance to enter into the Engineering Diploma college in the second year.

Future of ITI Electrician:-

An ITI (Electrician

Teaches a student all the fundamental concepts of Technology / Mechanism /Engineering for those students who want to become a Technician / Mechanics / Engineers in Electrical Field. An ITI (Electrician) is an extremely professional course where students can choose their specializations and pursue their career interest.

Once the students earn their ITI, they can take up a job in the engineering field every where. Another advantage of a ITI(Electrician) is that students can a get chance to enter into the Diploma college in the second year.

In the second year of Diploma College a few percentage of seats are reserved for ITI students depending on the ITI that a student has selected. Hence this ITI is also referred to as ‘backdoor to Diploma engineering’. Thus all engineering aspirants can take up a ITI course in this field and become the future engineers of the country.

  1. INTRODUCTION:

    This course is meant for the candidate who aspires to become Technician in ELECTRICIAN. This course curriculum is revised and re-structured to make the First Semester Syllabus common for all the Trades under “POWER SECTOR”.

  2. TERMINAL COMPETENCY:

    At the end of the course the trainee shall be able to carryout Installation, maintenance & repair works of Electrical AC, DC, machinery, lighting circuits, domestic appliances and equipments used in domestic and industries read and interpret the blue print reading ( Electrical layout Drawing as per BIS specification & standards) carry out Domestic and Industrial wiring, Earthing System, test electrical wiring installation , locate and rectify the faults by using megger and Earth tester. Make and solder the wire joints, wires on PCB and do de-soldering technique.

    Use of electrical instrument(analog/digital) like voltmeter, Ammeter, Wattmeter, Energy Meter, Wheatstone bridge, oscilloscope, Earth tester, Tong tester, etc to measure to different electrical quantities Armature winding, single & three phase motor winding and small transformer winding Operate, maintain and test the switch gears, circuit breakers, relays and transformer Identify and maintain the Power Generating stations (conventional and non-convential), Transmission and distribution system protecting devices.

    Construct & test semiconductor devices Practice on using fitting carpentry and sheet metal tools. Carried out break down, over hauling, routine & preventive maintenance of electrical machines and equipments

  3. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

    • All state Electricity Boards and departments
    • Public sectors, MNC, Private and Govt. Industries
    • License Certificate for self employment
    • Wiring Contractors
    • Huge job opportunities in power generation, transmission, distribution station.
    • Huge abroad job opportunities
  4. FURTHER LEARNING PATHWAYS:

    • Apprentice training in designated trade
    • Craft Instructor certificate course
    • License Certificate in all State Electricity Boards
    • Diploma in Electrical Engineering

COURSE INFORMATION - Electrical Power Sector - (TRADE: ELECTRICIAN)

ADMISSION PROCEDURE
ELIGIBLITY FOR ITI (ELECTRICIAN): 10th (High School)
Duration For ITI (Electrician):- 2 years Full Time for 10th Pass students

Documents Required For the Admission in ITI (Electrician):-

  • 10th Mark Sheet. (Self Attested copy)
  • Transfer certificate/Leaving Certificate.(Original)
  • Original or Provisional 10th (Self Attested copy)

Contact

Opening Hours

  • Monday - Friday 9.00 - 20.00
  • Saturday 10.00 - 16.00
  • Sunday 9.30 - 18.00