15 new courses will be included in the Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) of the state. These are the courses which will meet the current market demand. These courses will provide maximum employment to the youth. In addition, it will also meet the needs of the industrial sector of the state. In the meeting of the state cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday, approval was given to start these courses.
Actually, till now only traditional courses are being taught in ITI. As the needs of the market have changed in the present times. In view of this, the Department of Labor Resources has decided to make changes in the courses of ITI. The courses covered include Power Distribution in Electrician. In this, the trainees will get information about the nuances of electricity distribution. At present, work is going on on the action plan from smart farming to smart city. In view of this, it has been decided that there will be training in ITI in Technician Smart Agriculture and Technician Smart City trade also. Similarly smart health care will also be studied.
Similarly, apart from conventional electricity, work is also being done on non-conventional electricity in Bihar. Especially work is being done in the field of solar and hydroelectricity. In view of this, the study of Solar Technician will be done in ITI. Other courses include Mechanic Autobody Repair, Technician Mechatronics, Technician 3D Painting and Computer Aided Embroidery and Designing.
Labor Resources Minister Jivesh Kumar said that out of 149 government ITIs in the state, 15 new trades would be taught in 146. Of these, 11 new courses will be started in 118 ITIs. At the same time, four new courses will be started in 28 government women ITIs. However, during the commencement of new courses, the teaching of two old courses will also be stopped. He said that after observing the prevailing conditions, it has been decided to close the unpopular and outdated courses already running in view of the infrastructure available in the training institutes as per the market demand. Instead, a total of 15 vocational courses are being started. With all these new occupations, employment will be easily available to the trained youth and they will also be able to easily adopt self-employment.
Four new trades will make women self-reliant
The minister said that the government is also committed to linking half of the state’s population with employment. Four new vocational courses have been started to make more and more women self-reliant. It will be started in 28 women ITIs of the state.
it will benefit
At present, due to non-starting of these courses in ITI, only engineers with diploma pass or degree are carrying out these works. In factories, work is done through engineers, but problems arise in small shops. On the commencement of these courses in ITI, the help of ITI degree holders can be taken in small and big shops.
These courses will be closed:
Stenographer & Secretariat Assistant (English/English)
Housekeeper & Front Office Assistant
11 new courses for students
Electrician Power Distribution, Internet of Things Technician Smart Agriculture, Internet of Things Technician Smart City, Internet of Things Technician Smart Health Care, Machinist, Solar Technician Electrical, Technician Mechatronics, Plumber, Mechanic Auto Body Painting, Mechanic Auto Body Repair and Mechanic Refrigeration and air condition
4 new courses for girl students
Additive Manufacturing Technician 3D Printing, Internet of Things Technician Smart Health Care, Mechanic Computer Electronic Appliance and Computer Aided Embroidery & Designing