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This is Official Website of Industrial Training Institute Ambarnath. ITI Ambarnath belongs to DVET Maharashtra, under ministry of Higher & Technical Education, Govt. of Maharashtra.

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Objectives :

  • To provide multi skilled workforce of world standard to industry by systematic training to school leavers.
  • To reduce unemployment among educated youth by equipping them with suitable skills for industrial employment.

Salient Features :

  • Training is imparted in 6 Basic Modules (BBBT- Broad Base Basic Training) of one year total duration.

  • Optional 3 Advance Modules / Specialized Modules of 6 months each with Multi-entry and Multi-exit provisions.

  • Industry wise cluster approach and Public-Private-Partnership in the form of Institute Management Committees (IMCs)  to ensure greater & active involvement of industry in all aspects of training.

Admission Process :

  1. AGE : The candidates of 14 - 40 years of age as on date of start of admission session are eligible for admission.

  2. AGE RELAXATION : 

  3. QUALIFICATION :  The academic qualification prescribed for the trade varies from class VIII pass to Class XII pass depending upon the trade. The trade vise prescribed qualification are given in prospectus with admission form.

  4. RESERVATION OF SEATS :  As per norms of Govt. of Maharashtra

  5. START OF SESSION :  Session starts from 1st August  every year.

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