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Grading of ITI

                                                                 Grading of ITI

A grading scheme for ITI is being introduced that can provide a benchmark for comparison amongst various institutes and trades offered therein. It leads to competition with other ITIs and offers motivation to get recognized as an esteemed and quality institute. It is a tool to compare relative strengths and weakness across Institutes. The institute can get grades to improve specific weak areas in subsequent grading. Grading will give the student and employers an indication of ITI Performance and quality.

ITI Consultancy Team with its large experience in grading assignments can help in evaluating the quality of various trades based on the standard parameters and the grading outcome will act as an input tool to compare relative strengths and weaknesses across institutes and the trades offered therein.

Benefits of Grading of ITI

  • ITIs will be allowed to add new trades/units only scoring 3 stars or above rating grading.
  • Eligible to receive financial support under Government schemes including STRIVE (proposed World Bank Project).
  • Principals and Instructors of private ITIs will be provided training in central institutes in India and also will be given the opportunity for training abroad, wherever possible.
  • Awards for best ITI and best Principal on “Skill Day” and other relevant skill development platforms.
  • No re-affiliation will be required if an ITI continuously score 3+ rating and there is no change in affiliation norms for the trades in ITI.
  • Grading would be displayed on final NCVT certificates. For ITI not opting for grading, it will be indicated as “Ungraded ITI”.
  • The grading will offer a motivation to the institute to get recognized, leading to increased market competition and thereby quality improvement.

Institutes will gain insights on specific weak areas and the scope for improvement of the same through the grading.

  • Flexibility in charging higher course fee from students. In the normative fee structure of ITIs, a 20% extra fee is permitted to be charged by ITIs graded 4 and 5 stars.
  • The grading will provide a benchmark for comparison amongst various institutes for the students to aid in the selection of trade and ITI before taking admission.



Our Support in achieving Higher Rating/Grading

How We Work As a Grading Consultant

  • General awareness training to staff about grading procedure, criteria, parameters, grading methodology, briefing about benefits of grading, etc.
  • To facilitate training involving motivating and developing programs, sensitization workshop of Teaching staff and employees for achieving their performance.
  • Technical support for record management system, Front office management system, store and stock management system, Fixed Asset management system, e-governance system, etc.
  • To prepare documents of different levels namely QMS Manual, Quality management procedure manual, work instructions manual, Standard Operating procedure, Process maps, other related documents, etc.
  • Consult on building plan approval, building suitability certificate, building completion certificate, Trade diversification, High-end machinery, Advance trade selection, Implementation of Dual training concept.
  • Consult on IMC formation, Grievance redressal mechanism, Admission Policy framework, Feedback and suggestion form, Discipline Policy, Apprenticeship engagement policy, Placement approach.
  • Consult on 100% Capacity Utilization, Complete Assist on ISO 9001:2008, ISO 29990 Certification, Develop waste management policy, Scrap utilization policy, Develop functional website of ITI, Production revenue startup, etc.
  • Systematic Standardization of  training, Corrective and preventive actions,
  • Conducting one round audit and management review,
  • To help ITI to identify and finalizing the name of certifying agency (external grading party) for the grant of grading certificate,
  • To help to get the external audit done by the certifying Grading Agency and review the norm conformities pointed out by the Agency.