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Online Examination System

This Department, with consultation of the Central Ministry, is in process of implementation of an Online Examination System for the Academic year 2020-21. Once the same is finalized, the detailed ‘online’ admission-procedure will be informed to the Government / Private ITIs, accordingly. Note: In case the ‘Online’ Examination mode is implemented by the State, the same shall replace the existing mode of conducting the ITI Examinations.

 

Annual Exams

Annual exams would be conducted for the trainees under the aegis of NCVT/SCVT for all CTS trades admitted from the session July 2019 onwards and their first annual exam would be conducted in the month of June/July after completing the training as per syllabus of both Semester-I & II combined. Similarly, second annual exam would be conducted in the month of June/July after completing the training as per syllabus of both Semester-III & IV combined. Trainees of two years duration trades will attempt 02 annual exams. Trainees may be allowed to appear in AITT for total 04 attempts i.e. 01 attempt as Regular and 03 additional attempts as supplementary to pass the AITT.

 

Supplementary exam will be held every 6 months or even 3 months .If a trainee does not appear in any one or none of the 1+3 additional attempts as supplementary, the trainee will lose that attempt and registration will expire. The registration of trainee will expire after 1+3 additional attempts as supplementary or completion of period of one and half year (1½ )after training whichever is earlier. If a trainee does not successfully pass the AITT in this period , the name of the trainee will be struck-off from portal. For CTS, candidate may apply as a private candidate after 03 year industrial experience to appear in AITT or may again seek fresh entry as regular. Examinations would be conducted at the end of the six months training for the trainees undergoing training in Advanced Module after which they would require to undergo Specialized Module training in the industry for the remaining six months where he/she would be assessed for issue of a certificate at the end of the course which would be recognized by SCVT. The All India Trade Test (AITT) examination pattern will be followed for the trades under SCVT. All the examinations would be conducted as per the norms applicable, as may be revised from time-to-time.

 

Internal Exams

Internal monthly exams would be conducted in each semester for trades under CTS and Advanced Modules under CoE. Marks scored in above exams would be considered for award of sessional marks.

National Trade Certificate (NTC):

CTS Trades:

On completion of the prescribed period of training annually, a trainee would have to undergo trade-testing based on the syllabi of corresponding semester. A mark-sheet would be issued on completion of each annual exam to successful trainees and on completion of entire course, successful trainees shall be awarded National Trade Certificate. The NCVT registered trainees can access their academic progress online on Management Information System (NCVT MIS for annul system) public portal using his personal credentials for logging on the MIS portal and can download their marksheet and trade certificate directly from NCVT MIS portalwww.ncvtmis.gov.in which could also be verified online. The same is authentic document and is valid for submission for employment, admission, Availing loan under MUDRA scheme, etc

SCVT Trades:

A trainee admitted under SCVT would have to undergo examinations under SCVT. For the trades and units run under the SCVT, examinations and certification as per prevailing rules would be applicable. However, the exam will be conducted by the State Board of Examinations and the certificates would be issued by the SCVT.

 

Examination Fees:

The trainees declared eligible to appear for the yearly/semester pattern trade test of craftsmen under CTS or CoE scheme conducted at the end of each year/semester shall have to pay an examination fee as under :-

Exam Pattern/Category  Fees per attempt
Regular trainee – Annual  pattern /per year Rs. 700/-
Repeater- Annual pattern /per year Rs. 1000/-
Repeater- Semester pattern Rs. 575/-
Regular trainee of DCM trade (One Semester) Rs. 275/-
Private candidate Rs.2,075/-
CoE BBBT Repeaters Rs. 500/-
CoE Advance Modules Rs. 200/-
CoE Advance Modules Repeaters Rs. 500/-
Skill Competitions for Meritorious Craftsmen:

The topper trainees having scored more than 70 % marks in each of the trades from each ITI are eligible to compete at the “All Goa Skill Competition of Craftsmen” organized by the state. The toppers of these competitions are felicitated and awarded merit certificates at a state level function. However, the toppers of the following fourteen trade courses: Fitter, Turner, Machinist, Electrician, Electronics Mechanic, Instrument Mechanic, Welder, Mechanic Motor Vehicle, Sewing Technology, Mechanic Diesel Engine, Computer Operator & Programming Assistant, Draughtsman Mechanical, Civil Draughtsman and Mechanic Refrigeration & Air Conditioning are eligible to appear for “All India Skill Competitions of Craftsmen” conducted by the Government of India, Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, DGT, New Delhi at various Advanced Training Institutes located at the major cities in the country which helps the trainees display their vocational skills at National level. A merit certificate is awarded to the best trainee in each trade at the State Level Skill Competition and a merit certificate and cash prize of Rs.50,000/- is awarded to the best trainee in each of the fourteen trades at the All India Skill Competition.


Guidelines for Private Candidate under CTS (w.e.f 11.02.2019) download here (https://dgt.gov.in/sites/default/files/pdf/DraftGuidelinesforPrivateCandidate.pdf)