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Admission Criteria

Admission Criteria
Age:

A candidate having minimum age of 14 years and above as on 1.7.2019 shall be eligible to seek admission in the ITI and candidate having minimum age of 18 years as on 01.7.2019 shall be eligible for admission to short term course of Driver cum mechanic.


Standard of Physical Fitness:

No rigid standards are laid down but candidates seeking admission should be physically fit for the work for which they are to be trained, and candidates if selected for admission shall produce Medical Certificate to that effect from Registered Medical Practitioner.


Domicile:

A candidate seeking admission in the Government or Private ITI should have been residing in Goa for a period of not less than 10 years preceding the date of the application. A Residence Certificate, issued by the Mamlatdar, indicating the period of continuous residence in Goa for the last ten years preceding the date of application could be enclosed along with the application. However, if the candidates establish that they are continuous residents of the State of Goa for the required years through their academic record, no Residential Certificate issued by the Mamlatdar is required to be produced. He/she would however, have to produce a copy of valid academic record/s and any other document/s to establish their claim of being continuous residents of the State of Goa. In case, there is any major break in the education, even though the residence was continued in the State of Goa, then, candidate would be then required to produce the documentary evidence or certificate from the Mamlatdar that during the said break period, he/she was in Goa and fulfilled requirement of continuous residence in Goa for required period.


The aforesaid condition shall not apply to:
  • Children of Central/State/Union Territory Government employees and employees of Government of India undertakings who are posted in Goa.
  • Children of Freedom Fighters registered as such in the Home Department of Government of Goa.
  • Children of parents of Goan origin, who are born in Goa and who are serving in Armed Forces or retired from the Armed Forces provided that such children pass their qualifying examinations under the Central Board of Education or Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Examinations or Goa Board of Technical Education as the case may be and children of Ex-Servicemen registered with Rajya Sainik Board in Goa who have studied and passed the minimum qualifying examination from the Schools/Polytechnics in Goa. Parents of Goan origin means both father and mother born in Goa.

Relaxation in domicile period will be considered if seats remain vacant even after exhausting above options for SCVT& NCVT trades in all the ITIs after the completion of the Second Round mentioned in the Schedule of admission process.


Reservation of Seats

The following percentage of reservation of seats would be applicable to the Government and the Private ITIs as applicable to State of Goa:


[A]Certain percentage of the total seats at each I.T.I. in the respective trades as indicated below have been reserved for various categories of the candidates:
  1. Scheduled Castes (SC) ….. 02 per cent
  2. Scheduled Tribes ….. 12 per cent
  3. Physically Handicapped Persons (PHP) ….. 04 per cent
    (Physical Handicap Subject to limits laid down in DGET circular No.MSDE-19/02/2018-CD(Pt) dated 05-04-2019
  4. Other Backward Classes (OBC) ….. 27 per cent
  5. Economically Weaker Section (EWS) ….. 10 per cent
    (Economically Weaker Section(EWS) Subject to limits laid down in DGT circular No. MSDE-19/02/2018-CD) dated 05-04-2019

    30% of the seats in each of all the above categories shall be reserved for women candidates.

[B]One seat is reserved at every Government ITI for each of the following categories and the allocation of the trade is at the discretion of the Director of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.

  1. Children of Freedom Fighters (CFF)
  2. Children of State and Central Government Employees (CGE)
  3. Children of African Repatriates of Goan Origin (CAR)

[C]One seat in each of the ITIs are reserved for wards of defense personnel in the following order of priority:

  1. Children of deceased/disabled Ex-Servicemen, including those killed/disabled during peacetime.
  2. Children of Ex-servicemen
  3. Children of serving Jawans
  4. Children of serving officers
  5. Ex-Servicemen

The allocation of trades is at the discretion of Director, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.
The reservation shall be considered only if specifically indicated in the application form by the candidate.

The Institute Managing Committee (IMC) of Vasco Govt. ITI is permitted to utilize up to 20% of sanctioned seats for admissions to this Institute on merit basis against the payment of fee of Rs.5000/- (Rupees five thousand only) per year as fixed by IMC in addition to the tuition fee and caution money deposit.
The unutilized IMC quota seats shall be filled after the second round of admission at the said ITI by admitting general category candidates on merit basis against the payment of fee of Rs 5000/- (five thousand only) per year as fixed by IMC in addition to the tuition fee and caution money deposit.


Tuition Fees
[A]For Government ITIs:

Each trainee shall be required to deposit on admission a non-refundable Tuition Fee towards his/her training in the trade course to which he/she is admitted as indicated below:

Sr.No. Trade Tuition Fee
1. All Advanced Modules (CoE) Rs.2500/-
2. All other trades (CTS) Rs.2500/-
[B]For Private ITIs:

Refer Prospectus click here

Note

Tuition Fee is waived off for candidates belonging to SC /ST /BPL categories and also for those having annual family income of less than Rs.3,00,000/-.


Caution Money Deposit
[A]For Government ITIs

Each trainee will be required to deposit on admission a sum of Rs.1500/- (Per Trade Course) to guard against loss or damage to equipments or tools entrusted to his/her charge during the course of training. A second deposit may also be asked for if the first one has been exhausted.


The caution money is refundable to a trainee on satisfactory completion of the course or in the event of his/her discharge from the institute on any grounds, after deduction of Government dues, if any Caution money deposits which are not claimed within six months after completion of training, and in the case of trainees who discontinue their training after one month of its commencement shall be forfeited to the Government.


[B]For Private ITIs

A refundable amount as mentioned in the fee structure of each Private ITI is collected from each candidate as caution money deposit.