Directorate General of Training (DGT)

Government of India

World Bank Assisted Project

National Project Implementation Unit – NPIU:

Directorate General of Training (DGT) in Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (Erstwhile Director General of Employment & Training (DGE&T), Ministry of Labour & Employment (MoL&E)), Govt. of India has taken up scheme for upgrading 500 Existing ITIs. The first 100 ITIs are upgraded through domestic resources and the remaining 400 ITIs are takenup through World Bank funding – under the project entitled “Externally Aided project for Reforms and Improvement under Vocational Training Service rendered by the Central and State Government’s. The objective of the scheme is to produce multi-skilled workforce matching world standards. The main thrust of the program is to provide appropriate infrastructure, equipment, update syllabi and introduce new courses in the ITIs.

List of 500 ITIs Covered under the Scheme:

 

Mid-term Review:

Procurement Plan (NPIU):

Procurement Plan (States/UTs):

Procurement Plan 2014-15 PDF Image  268.32 KB

Release of Fund to State/UTs:

REOI for conducting End Term Tracer Study of ITI Graduates  PDF Image  77.76 KB

REOI for conducting End Term Tracer Study of ITI Graduates (Hindi Version) PDF Image  247.8 KB



Relevant Orders/Circulars:

Disclosure Management:

Establishment of Incubation Centers

Establishment of Chair Professorship

 

Joint Review Mission 

 

Operational guidelines for setting up IToTs under VTIP  PDF Image  4 MB

Operational guidelines for setting up IToTs under VTIP (Hindi Version) PDF Image  1.48 MB

Final Environment and Social Assessment Strive PDF Image  1.16 MB

Tribal People Planning Framework PDF Image  353.98 KB
 

Success Stories of ITI 

 

Skills Strengthening for Industrial Value Enhancement (STRIVE)

STRIVE is a new World Bank funded project and has been approved by CCEA as a central sector scheme in October 2017 for a total cost of Rs. 2200 crore (with         Rs. 1100 crore as loan component from the World Bank). The project duration is 5 years i.e. from 2017-2022.

OBJECTIVE: To improve relevance and efficiency of skills development provided through ITIs and apprenticeship. The Project has following components:

 S.No.

Component

1

Improved Performance of ITIs

2

Increased Capacities of State Governments to support and manage ITIs and apprenticeship training

3

Improved Teaching and Learning

4

Improved and Broadened Apprenticeship Training


The Project envisages integrating and enhancing delivery quality of ITIs. There would be competitive selection among ITIs for upgradation under the scheme. Incentives to State governments will be provided for policy and regulatory reforms that are aimed at improving the operational environment for ITIs and apprenticeship. STRIVE also envisages strengthening of central institutes as multi-purpose resource centers. The project also aims at creating awareness through industry clusters/ geographical chambers that would address the challenge of involvement of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) for apprenticeship training.

STRIVE falls under the Program for Results (P4R) based category of World Bank that ensures outcome driven funding. EFC Meeting was held in Nov. 2016. Negotiations for credit of US $ 125 million from the World Bank were held in January 2017 between representatives from Government of India and Task Team appointed by the World Bank. Board of Executive Directors of the World Bank (IDA) has approved STRIVE in March 2017. CCEA approved the scheme in October 2017. The Contract has been signed between Government of India & World bank on dated 19.12.2017.

Disclosure Management:

National Project Implementation Unit – NPIU:

Directorate General of Training (DGT) in Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (Erstwhile Director General of Employment & Training (DGE&T), Ministry of Labour & Employment (MoL&E)), Govt. of India has taken up scheme for upgrading 500 Existing ITIs. The first 100 ITIs are upgraded through domestic resources and the remaining 400 ITIs are takenup through World Bank funding – under the project entitled “Externally Aided project for Reforms and Improvement under Vocational Training Service rendered by the Central and State Government’s. The objective of the scheme is to produce multi-skilled workforce matching world standards. The main thrust of the program is to provide appropriate infrastructure, equipment, update syllabi and introduce new courses in the ITIs.

List of 500 ITIs Covered under the Scheme:

 

Mid-term Review:

Procurement Plan (NPIU):

Procurement Plan (States/UTs):

Procurement Plan 2014-15 PDF Image  268.32 KB

Release of Fund to State/UTs:

REOI for conducting End Term Tracer Study of ITI Graduates  PDF Image  77.76 KB

REOI for conducting End Term Tracer Study of ITI Graduates (Hindi Version) PDF Image  247.8 KB



Relevant Orders/Circulars:

Disclosure Management:

Establishment of Incubation Centers

Establishment of Chair Professorship

 

Joint Review Mission 

 

Operational guidelines for setting up IToTs under VTIP  PDF Image  4 MB

Operational guidelines for setting up IToTs under VTIP (Hindi Version) PDF Image  1.48 MB

Final Environment and Social Assessment Strive PDF Image  1.16 MB

Tribal People Planning Framework PDF Image  353.98 KB
 

Success Stories of ITI 

 

Skills Strengthening for Industrial Value Enhancement (STRIVE)

STRIVE is a new World Bank funded project and has been approved by CCEA as a central sector scheme in October 2017 for a total cost of Rs. 2200 crore (with         Rs. 1100 crore as loan component from the World Bank). The project duration is 5 years i.e. from 2017-2022.

OBJECTIVE: To improve relevance and efficiency of skills development provided through ITIs and apprenticeship. The Project has following components:

 S.No.

Component

1

Improved Performance of ITIs

2

Increased Capacities of State Governments to support and manage ITIs and apprenticeship training

3

Improved Teaching and Learning

4

Improved and Broadened Apprenticeship Training


The Project envisages integrating and enhancing delivery quality of ITIs. There would be competitive selection among ITIs for upgradation under the scheme. Incentives to State governments will be provided for policy and regulatory reforms that are aimed at improving the operational environment for ITIs and apprenticeship. STRIVE also envisages strengthening of central institutes as multi-purpose resource centers. The project also aims at creating awareness through industry clusters/ geographical chambers that would address the challenge of involvement of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) for apprenticeship training.

STRIVE falls under the Program for Results (P4R) based category of World Bank that ensures outcome driven funding. EFC Meeting was held in Nov. 2016. Negotiations for credit of US $ 125 million from the World Bank were held in January 2017 between representatives from Government of India and Task Team appointed by the World Bank. Board of Executive Directors of the World Bank (IDA) has approved STRIVE in March 2017. CCEA approved the scheme in October 2017. The Contract has been signed between Government of India & World bank on dated 19.12.2017.

Disclosure Management:

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