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Govt. of Maharashtra

Govt. of Maharashtra. Department of Vocational Education & Training. Industrial Training Institute, Aundh, Pune -07. Established in the Year : 1946 E-mail :-- itiaundh1109@yahoo.co.in , itiaundh@dataone.in Phone:-- (020) 25888284, 25886238 Fax:- 020- 25886617 .

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  1. Govt. of Maharashtra Department of Vocational Education & Training Industrial Training Institute, Aundh, Pune -07 Established in the Year : 1946 E-mail :-- itiaundh1109@yahoo.co.in, itiaundh@dataone.in Phone:-- (020) 25888284, 25886238 Fax:- 020- 25886617.

  2. Highlights of the institute • Area of the Institute 31.29 Acres • Play Ground 800 meter (with track) • Hostel 2 Nos. (Capacity: 600 Trainees) • Workshop 4 Nos. • AVTS Building 1 No. • Class rooms 26 Nos. • Library 1 No. (Total Books: 13,066 Nos.) • Meeting Hall 1 No. • Canteen 1 No. • Annual Budget of the Institute: 3.2 Crores

  3. SchemesIn the Institute • Craftsman Training Scheme (CTS) • Apprenticeship Training Scheme (ATS) • Advanced Vocational Training Scheme (AVTS) • Hi-Tech Training Scheme (Hi-Tech) • Production Oriented Training Scheme (POTS) • National Service Scheme (NSS) • Lokseva Kendra • Vocational Training as per Demand • Maharashtra State – Certificate Course in Information Technology (MS-CIT) • CNC Training Centre • Artisen to Technocrat • Centre of Excellence (Automobile sector)

  4. Staff Position Sanctioned Filled Posts Posts • Principal (Class I) 1 1 • Vice Principal (Class I Jr.) 4 3 • Asst.Apprenticeship Adv.(Sr.) 1 1 • Asst.Apprenticeship Adv.(Jr.) 1 1 • Vice Principal (Class II) 1 1 • Medical Officer (Class II) 1 1 • Registrar (Class II) 1 -- • Group Instructor 11 11 • Training Officer (Senior) 4 3 • Other different posts 255 245 • ---------------------------- Total 280 267

  5. 1.Craftsman Training Scheme (CTS) Sanctioned Trades 1.Three Year Duration Trades 3 No. of Trainees 80 No. of Units 5 2. Two Year Duration Trades 19 No. of Trainees 686 No. of Units 46 3. One Year Duration Trades Engineering 8 No. of Trainees 240 No. of Units 16 4 One Year Duration Non-Engineering07 No. of Trainees 144 No. of Units 09 5 Centre of Excellence 96 Total Trades 36 Total No. of Units 83 Total No. of Trainees 1244

  6. 2.Apprenticeship Training Scheme (ATS) 1. Total No. of Industries 87 2. Total No. of Apprentice seats Located 1420 3. No. of Apprentices Under Training 1227 4. B. T. R. I Classes conducted every Thursday In Two Shifts 5. No. of B.T.R.I Lecturers 85 Total Trades 40

  7. 3.AdvancedVocational Training Scheme (A.V.T.S.) AVTS Started In Year: 1977 Joint Project of ILO-UNDP-Govt. of India Courses No. Of Participants Target Trained In 04-05 1. Advanced Machine Tool Maint. (Mech.) 360 405 2. Advanced Machine Tool Maint.(Elect.) 440 432 3. Metrology & Engg. Inspection 440 168 4. Tool & Die Making 360 377 5. Hydraulics & Pneumatics 200 352 6. Induction to Engg. Technology 310 236 7. Printing Technology 150 103 8. Advanced Plastic Processing Technology 190 207 Tailor-made Programs Participants in 04-05 : 206 Total Trainees Trained in the year 04-05 : 2486 Total Tuition Fees collected Rs.7500/- Total No. Of Industries 057 The above Participants are from various Industries, Government, Semi-Govt. Organizations and also from Engineering Colleges , Polytechnics.

  8. Views of AVTS Labs

  9. Views of AVTS Labs

  10. 4. Hi-Tech Training Scheme Scheme started in Year : 1997 Joint Project Of Govt. Of India – Govt. Of Germany – gtz World Bank Project Courses No.of Participants trained in 2004-05 1. Industrial Automation 381 2. Auto Cad 108 3. Analog & Digital Electronics 327 ( Teacher’s Training Programme– 279) 4. P. C. Maintenance 396 ( Teacher’s Training Programme– 279) Total No.of Trainees Trained In 2004-05 : 1212 Total Tution Fees Collected In 2003-04 : Rs.9,19,650/- M.E. 040 B.E. 313 Diploma 257 I.T.I. 045 Others 560 Total Tuition Fees Collected In the period 1999-2004: Rs.25,14,700/- Total No. of Industries: 150 Note: Best Hi-tech Training Centre in India among 10 Hi-tech Centers across the Country.

  11. Views of Hi-Tech Lab

  12. 5.a. Production Oriented Training Scheme ( P.O.T.S.) Under this scheme outside Jobs are done • Machining • Fabrication • Furniture Making • Welding • Painting • Two and Four wheeler Vehicle repairs • Training Programmes as per requirements Revenue Generated in 2004-2005:Rs.19, 72,783/-

  13. 5.b. ObjectivesofPOTS.Production oriented training scheme • To save expenditure on raw material. • To increase the skills of trainees by giving exposure to work on the different jobs. • To increase ability and confidence of a trainee for self employment. • To purchase new machines and equipments out of the revenue generated. • 50% amount of labour cost to be distributed among staff and trainees concerned as per the provisions of G.R. i.e. EARN & LEARN.

  14. 6. Lok Seva Kendra Under this Scheme short term Training of different Trades is given to the Trainees from unorganised sector & for school drop outs & rendered different services to the Society. Duration of Training : 1 to 2 months Timing : 2 hours daily (After working Hours) No. of Trainees trained in 04 - 05 : 1208 Revenue Generated 04 - 05 : Rs.8, 05,700/- Motor Driving School(Recognized by R.T.O., PUNE) Under the driving school the trainees are trained on two different types four wheelers i.e. Petrol & Diesel Duration: One & half month Fees : 1500/- Trainees trained : 300 Fees Collected : 4,50,000/-

  15. 7. Vocational Training As per Demand Under this scheme free of Cost Training is given to SC / VJNT Trainees Trades:-Welding, Wireman, Car Driving, Two wheeler and Four wheeler repairs, Cutting & Tailoring, Mobile Repairing, hardware & PC maintenance, CAD,Fabrication etc. • No of trainees trained 04 - 05 :- 358 • Stipend 100/-- per month per Trainee is given • Free toolkit Worth Rs. 1000/- is Given to Trainees • Two Days Entrepreneurship Training is organised for the trainees .

  16. 8. National Service Scheme (NSS) Total Volunteers : 200 Nos. For Special Camp : 100 Nos. Special winter camp of 10 days was held at Loni Kalbhor (Kadam wak vasti) Dist: Pune Various Technical Works were done during this Camp. Conducted Classes of Cutting-Tailoring, Repairs of Electrical Appliances, Plumbing, Pump Repairs, TV, Tape-recorder, Radio repairs done. Various Technical & social services provided to villagers

  17. 9. Maharashtra State Certificate Course in Information Technology(MS-CIT) Commencement of the Scheme Year:2001 Total No. Of Trainees trained till date 2450 Total Tuition Fees collected till date : Rs.22,12,130/- Course duration : 3 months Time: Daily 2 hours Total Course duration (In Hours): 132 hours Facilities available : 25 Pentium-4 machine which is connected in 100mbps LAN 256 kbps Speed Broad Band connectivity Available

  18. 10. C.N.C. Training Centre • Total Trainee Trained:- 1394 • Total Revenue Generated From Jan 2003 to June 05 is Rs.13,94,000/- Under this the trainees are trained on 4 different types of Controllers 1. Siemens 2.Kirloskar 3.Fanuc 4.CNC Drilling Course duration: One monthTime: Daily 2 hours Fees : 1000/- Total No. Of Trainees trained in 2004-05: 590 Total No of Trainees Trained From various Discipline are as M.E. 12 ( 37) I.T.I. 103 (615) B.E. 27 (135) Others 24 (141) D.M.E. 81 (436) Total Tuition Fees collected in 04 -05 : Rs. 5,90,000/-

  19. 11a. Artisen to Technocrat In unorganized sector lot of skilled persons are working but they don’t possess certificate of skills . The skill testing scheme is initially started for Mason, Plumber & Carpenter from this year. Six skill levels are defined i.e. Artisen, Senior Artisen, Craftsman, Master Craftsman, Technician & Technocrat Every year skill test examination conducted three times i.e. first week of JAN,MAY,SEPT. Certification- jointly by Industries organisation & DVET; Exam fees for level first –Rs-500/- level second Rs-600/- For level Third Rs-700/-

  20. 11b.Artisen to Technocrat For the SCVT/NCVT pass outs from Mason, Plumber, Carpenter the part time vocational diploma courses are started in following Vocational diploma in carpentry & interior decoration Vocational diploma in building construction Vocational diploma in plumbing ( Level five i.e. Vocational Diploma is called as Technician) Fees Rs.300 per month Seats- 25 per course Exam fees-RS.1000/- Duration – Two years part time daily 5 pm to 8.30 pm Examination –BY MSBTE (Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education sixth Level will be vocational degree known as Technocrat From Sept. 05 The above 3 Part- time Vocational Diploma Courses started with its Full capacity

  21. Six Thousand posters printed & distributed all over Maharashtra to give wide publicity of the scheme of Artisen To Technocrat.

  22. International Training Centre in Advanced Welding • JC BAMBFORD (JCB) & Govt. I.T.I. Aundh Pune Jointly run the Training Center For Three Months • 20 Trainees of Welder Trade Trained By Mr. Seth Admas (England) • FOUR Welder Instructor Also trained in TIG & MIG.

  23. The trainees from COPA,DTP,SP,STGM, STGE are being trained with the help of JHIT Institute Duration– One and Half Month Fees – 1000/- (For I.T.I. Trainees) - 2000/- (For Others) Five batches completed. 100 trainees trained so for ,all got placement. Call Centre Assistant Training (CCT)

  24. Hostels For The Trainees Total No. Of Hostels 2 Total No. Of Trainees 600 Monthly Hostel Rent Rs.25/- Library Total No. of Books 13,066 No. Dispensary Ex - Students Co-Operative SocietiesTotal No. Of Societies 4 Nos. 1. Atharva Co-Operative Society Book Binding Trade 2. Jai Balaji Co-Operative Society Welding and Fabrication 3. Ashtavinayak Co-Operative Society Mason & Building construction 4. Ujjwal Mahila Co-Operative Society Tailoring & cutting. Facility of Free Medical Aid to the students. Free T.T. Vaccine given every year to each student. Blood Donation camp is arranged every year. Free Medical Checkup of each trainee is done every year before admission of the trainee in the Institute .

  25. Major Achievements 1.In the year 2002-03 Shri. Lokhande SantoshTrade: Fitter stood Firstin All India level skill competition. 2 In the year 2003-04 Shri.Darekar Tanaji Trade:Machinist, stood Firstin All India level skill competition 3. In joint venture with Hidecore, National Chemical Laboratory and I.T.I. Aundh, non - C.F.C. Refrigerator Training program was arranged all over Maharashtra. Total 2000 trainees were trained under this program. 4. Translated Cimi books in Marathi are Printed. Till date about 60,000 books are printed and distributed to various Govt. I.T.I.s all over Maharashtra 5 For C.N.C & P.L.C. Training Program highly qualified students like M.E, B.E, D.M.E. participated. 6 Total No. Of Computers in the Institute are up to to 125 & one LAP-TOP. 7 Total 2000 Zilha Parsihad’s secondary and higher Secondary School Teachers from Central Maharashtra, Marathwada, Vidharbha, were trained for Computer Training in the Institute. 8 90 Operators from Indian Petro Chemicals Ltd. Nagothane are trained in various trades in AVTS. Tailor-made programs are arranged for multi skills.& 40 Operators from IPCL Vadodara Gujrat were trained

  26. Visit of Hon. Smt. Asha Murty, Director General, D.G.E.T. New Delhi. With Hon. Mr. Y.P. Sharma, Director, D.G.E.T. New Delhi. Visit of Hon. Dr. P.D. Shenoy, Secretary, Labour Ministry, Govt of India,. VISIT OF Hon. Mrs. Chandra Iyangar, Principal secretary, Higher & Tech. Education, With Hon. Shri. J. D. Bhutange Director (Training) DVET Mumbai. VISIT OF Hon. Mr Vladirmir Gasskov, With Hon. Shri.Grover Dy. Director DGET New Delhi

  27. Donations of Equipment received for Training 1. TATA motors Ltd. donated one Indica Engine. 2. Honda Scooters Ltd. donated one Honda Activa for training purpose to the Institute. 3. Godrej donated one Frost free Refrigerator. 4. Hidecore & NCL Donated Equipment for RAC Training.  5. Hon. MLA Shri Chandrakantjee Chhajed gave computers worth Rs. 4,00,000/- from his MLA fund. 6. One Advanced leval PLC is Donated to Industrial automation section by B & R Automations(p) Ltd ( Austria) For Training.

  28. Centre Of Excellence Review meeting at YASHADA & Visit to I.T.I. Aundh By Hon. Secretary (L & E ) Mr. K.M. Sahni along with D.G.E.T. Officers & 5 state Directors on 12th July 2005.


  30. Centre of ExcellenceEfforts Taken By the Department for the scheme of COE • Designing of the curriculum • Sector wise committees were formed, curriculum developed by these committees sent to industries for verification and their comments. • Curriculum For Advanced Modules For Different Sectors Also developed. ( The Curriculum developed by Maharashtra state particularly in Automobile, Production & Mfg, Ref & Air Conditioning , Chemical Sector approved by DG E&T, New Delhi.) (In this process Principals, training officers & Instructors along with officers at H.O. actively participated) • Selection Of Faculty (Instructor) • Selection of instructors for the scheme of COE is done by conducting theory ,practical & aptitude test by the panel consisting the industry experts in it. • Selected instructor made fully aware of the scheme of COE, its present need in globalization. • Infrastructure For COE 1. Considering the modules in the different sector selected, The relevant CTS trade units surrerendered and some are transferred from near by ITI.

  31. Centre of ExcellenceSelection Of Sector • ITI Aundh Pune is surrounded by cluster of automobile industries, such as TATA MOTORS ltd , BAJAJ AUTO Ltd, Kinetc Engg ltd, L & T JOHN DEERE, FORCE MOTORS LTD Formerly known as Bajaj tempo, Greaves, Kirloskar, Premier, KBX, Wheels India Ltd etc. • Centre of Excellence in Automobile sector is selected. • Separate Workshop is earmarked, plans & estimates are done to make it as a CoE Layout of Centre of Excellence

  32. t • Centre of Excellence in Automobile sector is started in I.T.I. Aundh, Pune • Following Trade Units Surrendered for the availability of infrastructure & staff. • ABT-01 :- One Fitter Unit surrendered ( out of six) • ABT-02 :- One Welder Unit surrendered ( out of Four) • ABT-03 :- One Electronics Unit surrendered ( out of Two) • surrendered ( out of Two) • ABT-05 :- One Mech Diesel Unit surrendered ( out of Two) • ABT-06 :- One MMV Unit surrendered ( out of Two)

  33. t • In Aundh pune 96 Trainees are admitted (14 Girls+ 82 Boys) For Total 3 COE In Automobile sector in the state (Pune, Amrawati, Nagpur) 50 Girls & 253 Boys are being trained in the state. • Broad Based Basic Training is started in Six Different moduleswith a batch of 16 trainees each • Till Date each batch completed Two modules • Their Skills are assessed by Trade Instructors & recorded in the progress card.

  34. Monitoring the Training Progress


  36. ABT- 01 Basic Fitting & Measurements ABT- 02 Sheet metal & Welding

  37. ABT- 03 Basic Electrical & Electronics ABT- 04 Basic Microprocessor & Computer Operation

  38. ABT- 05 Basics of Diesel & Petrol Engine ABT- 06 Basics of Transmission, Suspension, Steering system & Brakes

  39. Effort taken by the Department so as to Implement the CoE Scheme Effectively & Uniformly throughout the State • Instructors from all three CoE in Automobile sector called for two days workshop & formed the groups module wise & they have developed all training material required for their module respectively. • Instructors from all three CoE in Manufacturing & Production sector called for same workshop & formed the groups module wise & they have developed all training material required for their module respectively. • Training material developed by above groups as per syllabus of DGE&T is examined by experts & will be circulated shortly to all CoE of above sector through out Maharashtra state. • In this workshop the Industrial Experts related to this field from various Industries were called for giving required Inputs to the instructor.

  40. Selection of Advanced Modules • In the IMC Meeting Discussion Regarding selection of Advanced modules is done & following Advanced Modules were Selected. • AAT-01 -- Servicing & Overhauling Of Automobiles (PETROL) • AAT-02 -- Servicing & Overhauling Of Automobiles (DIESEL) • AAT-03– Auto Electrical, Auto Electronics & Air Conditioning in Automobiles

  41. Prerequisiteof CoE • Clear Guidelines regarding Industry driven module & Certification process. • All India Trade Test Exam. Pattern • Provision of Apprenticeship is to be made available for CoE pass outs (frequent enquiries from parents & Students). • Training to the Instructors & Principals to be arranged Abroad. So as to get more exposure to the world class training. • Industry organization should give active participation for the success of CoE Scheme.

  42. Thank You Presentation By --Mr. B.R. Shimple M.E.(M/C Design) Principal I.T.I. AUNDH, PUNE-07. E-mail:-- brshimple01@yahoo.co.in brshimple01@gmail.com itiaundh1109@yahoo.co.in

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