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Eleven ITIs including 7 Government-run institutes have found place in country’s top 100 list.

Bhubaneswar:8/8/20: As many as 11 Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) including 7 Government-run institutes have found a place in the country’s top 100 list.

As per the list released by Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, around 10675 ITIs across India had been evaluated on different parameters, of which 11 ITIs from Odisha made it to the top 100.

The State-run ITIs that have been placed in the best 100 institutes of the country included, Government Industrial Training Institutes, Berhampur; Government Industrial Training Institute, Hinjlicut; Government ITI, Jajpur; Government ITI, Jharsuguda; Government Industrial Training Institute, Puri; Government Technical Training Institute, Takatpur; Government Industrial Training Institute, Bhubaneswar.

Among 11, four are private ITIs that are in the top 100 lists. Those included, The Almighty Technical Institute, Dalmia Industrial Training Institute, Sriguru Industrial Training Centre, and Industrial Training Centre, Charampa.

Expressing pleasure over new achievement of ITIs of Odisha in national rank, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik congratulated Odisha Skill Development Authority and Directorate of Technical Education & Training, Odisha.

The list was released in the 2nd Phase grading conducted by the Directorate General of Training (DGT) under the aegis of the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship.

The grading was carried out with an aim to establish a quality assurance mechanism for both government and private ITIs which have been made more outcome-focused by incorporating feedback from ITIs, State Directorates, Industry Partners and members of the Core Grade Committee.

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