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whats is Apprenticeship ?

Apprenticeship training is one of the most efficient ways to develop skilled manpower for industry by using training facilities available in the establishments without putting any extra burden on exchequer to set up training infrastructure. Persons after undergoing apprenticeship training can easily adapt to industrial environment at the time of regular employment The other advantages of apprenticeship training are as follows:

  • It is one of the most important schemes in terms of quality of training, experiential learning and the enhanced employability that it provides

  • It is the most promising skills delivery vehicle in the industrial/training ecosystem of the country as it provides for a structured and rigorous training programme which helps apprentices becomes skilled

  • It gives apprentices a real chance to put skills into practice and helps them to gain confidence in a working environment.

Course Offered

how to become an electrician

Step 1: . As an electrician you would furnish and manage wiring in homes, factories and businesses. ...
Step 2: Take Relevant ITI Courses. ...
Step 3: Earn a Certificate or Associate's Trade Certificate of NCVT approved ITI
Step 4: Complete an Industry-Sponsored Apprenticeship. ...
Step 5: Obtain a License.

please follow the link for Appernticeship http://www.apprenticeship.gov.in

Millions and Millions of Indian youth should go for acquisition of skills and there should be a network across the country for this and not the archaic systems. They should acquire the skills which could contribute towards making India a modern country. Whenever they go to any country in the world, their skills must be appreciated.

- Shri. Narendra Modi (Hon’ble Prime Minister of India)

What is an electrician ?
The dictionary generally defines an electrician as a tradesperson who installs and maintains electrical systems in homes, businesses, and factories. At first glance, this might sound like a simple job, but you’ll find that it’s really quite complicated when you take a closer look.
On most projects, the electrician is responsible for getting the electricity from the source to where it is needed in various parts of the building. To achieve this without endangering the public, he or she must have a good working knowledge of the relevant electric codes as well as the ability to translate the electrical systems from the blueprints into actual practice.
Without electricians, there would be no lights, telephones, computers, or televisions plugged into our walls. Electricians also repair all electric machines and work in factories fixing motors, generators, and robots. Could you imagine what life would be like without electricians insuring we have all the comforts and benefits that electricity provides?
Although most electricians learn through a formal apprenticeship, some start out by attending a technical school. Most states require licensure.
Once you find an electrician you trust, you have the peace of mind knowing that your electrical needs are in good hands.


Shri. Narendra Modi (Hon’ble Prime Minister of India)