Recently ITI's are giving soft skill training to the students which opens many job opportunities in public and private sectors.
The students passed from ITI courses have many career opportunities in India and outside countries including the middle east.
Basically, ITI courses come under two categories.
Under the Government.
Nature of Work
The nature of work includes both mental and physical labor.
Opportunities after ITI courses
Higher studies like diploma in engineering.
Short term courses in Advanced Training Institutes (ATI).
ITI qualified persons can set their own winding shops, fabrication shops, etc.
Candidates can apply for the job in both the public and private sectors.
Government organizations like the Indian Air force, Indian Navy, Indian Army, etc.
paramilitary forces like CRPF, BSF, etc.
Those who complete ITI courses can appear for PSC, DRDO, Railway Exams, or similar exams.
Metric and Non-Metric Trades of ITI courses
The trades of ITI courses can be categorized as non-metric trades and non-metric trades.
The eligibility criteria for metric trades and non-metric trades are different.
on metric trades can be categorized as Non-metric non-engineering trades and metric non-engineering trades. Same as Metric trades can be categorized as Non-Engineering Metric Trades and Engineering metric trades.