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Apprenticeship Programs After ITI.

Introduction

A number of students in the field of ITI and diploma are looking for jobs after their studies. This is where an apprenticeship program comes into play. An apprenticeship program is a structured approach to learning that gives you hands-on experience as well as provides job training, which will help you get a better job in future. The list below describes different types of apprenticeship programs that can be taken up by students after completion of their ITI or diploma course:

Bridge Course after ITI

Bridge course is a program that helps you bridge the gap between your ITI and a formal degree program. It can be taken after you have completed your ITI and will help you build on the knowledge that you have gained during your training in order to prepare for further studies.

Bridge Courses are offered by various universities across India and abroad as well as by private institutions like NIIT, ITC Ltd., SBI, HDFC Bank etc.

Post diploma in engineering

Post diploma in engineering is a two-year course. It is a postgraduate diploma awarded by universities and colleges. It is also known as PG Diploma, PUCE or BBM Engineering Course.

It requires that you have passed 10+2 examination with mathematics/physics at least 50% marks, with English language at least 50% marks and Hindi language up to 40%, 75% marks in graduation degree from any recognized university or college even if there are other languages like Manipuri or Santali which may be allowed according to the rules of Government of India.

Radiographer course

Radiographer course is a two-year diploma course, which includes theoretical and practical training. The eligibility criteria for this course are as follows:

You should be 18 years or above, and you must have passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Maths as subjects (or equivalent)

You should have good communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills to work in a team environment

The Bridge Course aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills that will help them build on what they have already learned. The course is designed for those who have completed their ITI but are not interested in pursuing a degree program. Students can choose from various disciplines such as Engineering, Information Technology, Management Studies etcYou should have a passion for helping people through the power of educationThe Diploma in Engineering is a postgraduate degree awarded by universities. It is a two-year course, usually taught at colleges affiliated with the university where the degree is awarded. It requires that you have completed 10+2 examination with mathematics/physics at least 50% marks, with English language at least 50% marks and Hindi language up to 40%, 75% marks in graduation degree from any recognized university or college even if there are other languages like Manipuri or Santali which may be allowed according to the rules of Government of India...

ECG Technician course

ECG Technician course is a one year diploma course offered by many institutes in India. The course deals with the theory and practice of monitoring the heart function of patients. The students are given practical training in this field and they learn how to record ECG signals, interpret them and make medical decisions based on them.

The ECG Technician course is offered by various colleges across India such as KIIT University, Karnataka State Open School, Karnataka State Open School Hubli etc., which offer it as an elective subject for their students interested in becoming Medical Professionals or simply want to improve their knowledge regarding such topics as Cardiac Disease Management System (CDMS), Electrocardiogram (ECG) Interpretation & Diagnosis etc..

MEP Technician

In the electronic industry, MEP technicians are responsible for installing and maintaining electrical equipment in industrial, commercial and domestic environments. These individuals must have a good understanding of how electricity works at its most basic level. They also need to be familiar with safety procedures when working around live wires or other potentially dangerous situations.

MEP technicians often work on large projects where they will be repairing or replacing faulty components within an electrical system that can affect a facility's operations. This can include installations of new equipment such as computers or telecommunication systems as well as repairs on existing assets such as lighting fixtures or HVAC systems; however there are many different types of tasks performed by these professionals depending upon their company’s needs at any given time

Lift Maintenance Technicians

Lift Maintenance Technicians are responsible for the maintenance and repair of elevators, escalators and moving walkways. They are required to carry out regular maintenance checks, repairs and replacements of damaged parts. The technician must also be able to operate and repair the equipment.

The job requires a lot of physical strength as well as manual dexterity due to the use of power tools such as hydraulic lifts or pneumatic jacks.

PCPNDT Inspector Exam ( Maha )

This section is dedicated to the PCPNDT Inspector Exam ( Maha ) and will help you to get the details about it.

The exam is conducted by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). The eligibility criteria for appearing in this exam includes:

Minimum age of 18 years

Having studied ITI or diploma course for 2 years

The government is planning to increase the number of post offices. The government is planning to increase the number of post officesHaving a valid permanent account number (PAN) or Adhaar Card Having minimum marks in class 10th or equivalent.

Takeaway:

The post office vacancy is expected to increase.

The government is planning to increase the number of post offices.

Conclusion

The government has come up with a number of schemes to support the students and they have also made efforts to ease their burden. The future is bright for the ITI graduates who wish to further their careers in this field.

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