Craftsman Training Scheme(CTS)

The main objective of these scheme is to provide semi-skilled workmen to industries. It also helps the jobseekers in improving their employability in terms of either wage employment or self-employment. This scheme is implemented in the State through Government owned Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs), Grant-in-Aid Industrial Training Centers (ITCs) & Self Financed ITCs and Kaushalya Vardhan Kendra(KVKs).

Duration of the Scheme :

  • Director General of Employment & Training, Ministry of Labour, Government of India, under the aegis of National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT), lays down the guidelines for implementation of CTS.
  • Under this scheme, the duration of various vocational trades training courses varies between 1 to 3 years.
  • Every week, the trainee is expected to undergo 28 hours of practical training besides 10 hours of theoretical instruction ( 4 hours for trade theory + 2 hours for workshop calculation + 2 hours for engineering drawing + 2 hours for social studies ) and another 4 hours for extra curricular activities including library studies and physical training.

Features of the Scheme :

  • At the end of the training 80 % attendance is must for appearing in the examination. Every year, in the months of July and February, the NCVT conducts All India Trade Test and successful trainees are awarded National Trade Certificates (NTCs).
  • These certificates are very useful for the employment in the country as well as abroad. For the State level courses the Trade Test is conducted by the Gujarat Council for Vocational Training (GCVT) and Gujarat State Trade certificate is issued for the same.

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