|S.No||Trade||NSQF Level||Entry Qualification||Duration||Sanction Seat|
|1||Electronics Mechanic||5||Passed 10th class examination with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent.||
|2||Fashion Design & Technology||4||Passed 10th class examination||1 Years||20|
|3||Electrician||5||Passed 10th class examination with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent.||2 Years||20|
|4||Desk Top Publishing Operator||4||Passed 10th class examination||1 Years||24|
|5||Fruit and Vegetable Processor||4||Passed 10th Class examination with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent||1 Years||24|
|6||Interior Design & Decoration||4||Passed 10th class examination with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent.||1 Years||24|
Note: S.No.03,04,05 and 06 are not running currently.
Combination of Subjects: The subjects from given below covered as per syllabus of respective Trade.
Workshop Calculation & Science
Start of session: 1st August of every year.
Minimum Age:14 years as on the first day of the academic session.
Admission & Award of Certificate: Candidates can enroll for the above programs. A candidate has to secure 60% Sessional marks in Theory and Practicals and also have a minimum of 80% attendance. On possessing the above requisites, candidates will be allowed to appear for the final examination conducted by NCVT, New Delhi in June/July every year. On passing the prescribed exam, trainees will be awarded the Certificate from NCVT.
Fees Details :
|S.No.||Particulars||General /OBC Fees Amount (Rs.)||SC/ST Fees Amount (Rs.)|
|3||Tuition Fee||1800/- (150/- Per month)||600/-(50/-)|
|4||Caution Deposit (Refundable)||250/-||250/-|
Hostel: Not available.
Games: Selected Games available.
Working Hours: From 09.00 am to 5.30 pm with a half-hour lunch break on all working days (Monday to Friday).
Attendance: Minimum 80% attendance is required to appear in the Final Trade Test to be held at the end of the course.
Note: Above Fees / Charges and others subject to change as per the direction of the DGT, MSDE, New Delhi.
The government of India initiated the Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS) for imparting skills in various vocational trades to meet the skilled manpower requirements for technology and industrial growth of the country. About 70% of the training period is allotted to practical training and the rest to theoretical training relating to Trade theory.