UPGRADATION OF 1396 GOVERNMENT ITIs THROUGH 

  PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

features of Scheme

Under Public Private Partnership mode.

Interest free loan of up to Rs.2.5 crore to each ITI as seed money.

Financial and academic autonomy to the new management.

State Government, as owner to the ITI,  to regulate admissions and fees.

A tripartite MoU to be signed amongst the three stake holders before release of loan amount.

Major objectives of the scheme.

üTo improve quality of training in such a way that it leads to better employability.

To provide training according to the needs of the market.

To involve private sector in this endeavor.

The scheme has been framed within the broad parameters laid down in the Budget announcement.

300 ITIs to be taken up for upgradation every year from 2007-08 to 2010-11 and remaining in 2011-12.

Salient Features of the Scheme

An Industry Partner (IP) is associated with each ITI .

IP is selected by the State Government in consultation with Industry Associations.

Institute Management Committee (IMC) is constituted / reconstituted with IP or its representative as Chairperson.

In IMC 4 members nominated by IP and 5 by State Govt. and Principal of ITI to be ex-officio member Secretary.

Interest free loan of upto Rs.2.5 crore to be given directly to IMC and also to be repaid by it.

ITI to be upgraded as a whole and/or a Centre of Excellence in a trade sector can also be started.

IMC is registered as a society and entrusted task of managing the ITI.  It is given financial and academic autonomy.

A Memorandum of Agreement is signed among the three stake holders.

Institute Development Plan (IDP) is prepared by IMC giving KPIs and financial requirements for next 5 years.

IDPs are scrutinized   by State Steering Committee and sent to Central Government.

After approval of IDPs Central Govt. releases interest free loan upto Rs.2.5 crore directly to the IMC Society.

 

Role of Industry Partner

 

IP may contribute financially and/ or in terms of machinery and equipment for up gradation of the ITI.

IP will arrange training for faculty members and on-the-job training for the students of the ITI.

IP, as Chairman of the IMC, will lead the process of up gradation of the ITI.

 IP will nominate four other members in IMC from local industries and ensure at least one woman industry 

representative as IMC member.

Role of State Government

To have administrative control over the staff and pay their salary & other  emoluments.

To ensure that vacancies of instructors do not exceed 10% of sanctioned strength.

To fill additional positions recommended by IMC on priority.

To meet office, administrative and other running expenses of the ITI.

As the owner of the ITI, to regulate admissions and fees for the regular training courses except upto 20% of the admissions 

which are to be determined by the IMC.

Implementation and Monitoring Agencies

 

National Steering Committee (NSC), with adequate representation from Industry and State Govt., as Apex 

body to guide implementation at national level.

National Implementation Cell (NIC) constituted in DGE&T to manage and monitor the Scheme.

State Steering Committee (SSC) with adequate representation from Industry to oversee implementation at State level.

State Implementation Cell (SIC) constituted at State level to implement scheme.

Repayment of Loan

On repayment, moratorium of 10 years and thereafter repayment in equal annual installments in 20 years.

In case of default, penalty or any other action to be decided by NSC.

IMC may generate revenue by:

  • ürunning short term training courses for industries.

  • ürunning production/service centres.

  • üproviding consultancy.

  • üany other method using training infrastructure.

Conditions for use of Funds

Interest free loan and other revenue generated by IMC to be kept in a public sector bank account.

Loan may be used for:

-Civil works, not exceeding 25% of total  amount.

-as seed money kept in a corpus, not exceeding  50%.

-procurement of equipment and machinery.

-any other activity related to upgradation.

Any deviation from above pattern to be approved by NSC.

Funds cannot be invested in shares, bonds or any other securities.

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

 

KPIs to be set as targets for next five years against baseline information

KPIs for internal efficiency of ITI

- % of applications received v/s number of seats

- % of enrolment v/s no of seats

- % dropout rate

- % pass out rate

KPI for external efficiency

- % of passed out students employed/self-employed.

- average salary/income of passed out students.

Monitoring Mechanism

IMC to submit quarterly report about implementation to SSC.

SSC to compile quarterly report for the State and submit to NSC.

In case of unsatisfactory performance v/s target KPIs, IMC to send report to SSC.

SSC to forward report to NSC with its comments.

NSC to fix responsibility and take corrective action.

 

Name of ITI’s and their Industry Partners covered under the scheme   during   2007-08  

 

Sr. No. Name of I.T.I.  Industry Partner Industry Association  
1 2 3 4

1.  

Khetri

EDUCOMP

Mr. Abhinav Dhar, Vice President,

514, Udhyog Vihar III, Gurgaon-1

0124-4529000, Iti@educomp.com

CII

 

2.  

Sikar

SEKHAWATI PLANTATION P. LTD.

Mr. Sudeep Goyal, Manager,

Harlalka Kothi, Nawalgarh- 333042

01594-222930, 9414036896

sudeepgo@rediffmail.com,

asha_k_j@rediffmail.com

CII

3.  

Women Jaipur

KAMTECH ASSOCIATES P. LTD.

Mr. Ajay Kumar Gupta, Managing Director,

307, Shrigopal Tower , C-Scheme, Jaipur

0141-2377559/2371308, 9414046876

akgupta@kamtechassociates.com

CII

 

4.  

Aburoad

M/S RAJ WESTPOWER LTD.,

Mr. N. K. Jain, Chairman, Mumbai

022-23522700, 022-23513000

Mr. S. S. Rao, Jt. Managing Director

ssrao@jsuu.in, 09967068139

022-23521437, 23513000 (Ext. 408)

Mr. Upinder Singh,

Director & Sr. Vice President

308-311, Geetanjali Tower ,

Bombay Walonka Bagh, Ajmer Road , Jaipur

upinder.singh@jssu.in

0141-2221990, 9829644464

Mr. Sharad Mishra, AGM (HR)

9413308990

sharad.misra@jsuu.in

FICCI

 

5.  

Balotara

EDUCOMP

Mr. Puneet Jhingan, Vice President,

514, Udhyog Vihar III, Gurgaon-1

0124-4529000, Iti@educomp.com

CII

6.  

Nagaur

RAJASTHAN INDUSTRIES,

Mr. A. K. Agrawal,

13, Heavy Industrial Area, Jodhpur , 342003,

0291-2741421/2741421, rugejdh@sify.com

CII

 

7.  

Bhilwara

ACHINT CHEMICALS, KANCHAN GROUP OF INDUSTRIES, Near St. Anslems Schools, Post Bag no. 47, Subash Nagar, Bhilwara, 01482-264431, 264909, 9829046036, achint@sancharnet.in

CII

 

8.  

Bundi

ELECTRO MECH INDUSTRIES

Mr. L. C. Baheti, Technical Advisor,

G-12, Chambal Industrial Area,

Kota-324007. Ph. 0744-2481995, 2480845, 9352602304, baheti@datainfosys.net

CII

 

9.  

Jhalawar

EDUCOMP

Mr.Gurinder Sandhu, Vice President,

514, Udhyog Vihar III, Gurgaon-1

0124-4529000, Iti@educomp.com

CII

 

10.          

Banswara

KUSHAL BAGH MARBLE P LTD.

Mr. Vishambher Agrawal, Director,

G-76-79/85/88 Road no. 5, RIICO Industrial Area, Dahod Road , Banswara (Raj)

0294-2646020, 2648845, 240239, 9414102962, contact@marbleindian.com

CII

 

11.          

Dungarpur

EDUCOMP

Mr. R. L. Saxena, Vice President,

514, Udhyog Vihar III, Gurgaon-1

0124-4529000, Iti@educomp.com

CII

 

12.          

Pratapgarh

EDUCOMP

Mr.Anuj Ahuja, Vice President,

514, Udhyog Vihar III, Gurgaon-1

0124-4529000, Iti@educomp.com

CII

 

13.          

Women Alwar

HOTEL CLARKS AMER, U.P. HOTEL LTD.

Mr. Apurv Kumar, JLN Marg,

Jaipur-302018

0141-2550616, 2550307

apurv@clarksamer.com

CII

14.          

Women Ajmer

TOSHNIWAL INDUSTRIES P LTD

Mr. M. G. Toshniwal, Managing Director,

Industrial Estate, Makhupura, Ajmer

0145-2695171/72/73, 2695174

ajmer@tipl.com, mgtoshniwal@tipl.com

CII

 

 

15.          

Lakheri

ACC CEMENT WORKS

Mr. J. P. Mandavia, Dy. Manager, HR&FW, Lakheri Distt. Bundi

+919828544857

CII

 

16.          

Beawer

VIDYUT TELETRONICS LTD.

Mr. M. K. Jain, CMD, H-108-109,

Heerawala Industrial Area,

(Near Kamota), Jaipur

0141-257661, 0141-2570528, jvidyut@rediffmail.com

FICCI

17.          

Bhiwari

HONDA SIEL CARS INDIA LTD.

Mr. Manoj Khattar, General Manager (CSR & Training), 09810153738

Mr. N.K. Goila, Vice President & Director (Admn. & HR)

Plot no. A - 1, Sector 40/41,

Surajpur- Kasana Road, Greater Noida, Distt. Gautam Budh Nagar (UP) 0120-2341313, Fax 0120-2341261

nkgoila@hondacareindia.com

 

FICCI

 

 

                  Name of ITI’s and their Industry Partners covered under the scheme  in 2008-09

 

S.

No.

Name of ITI

Name of industry

Industry Association

1

2

3

4

1.       

Tonk

COVENTRY METALS RAJASTHAN P. LTD., Pital Factory, Nirwan Marg, Jaipur-302 016,

CII

2.       

Kishangarh

Amay Home Service Ltd.

F-6 Royal Villa Gautam Marg, Rani Sati Nagar, Nirman Nagar, Jaipur.

CII

3.       

Hanumangarh

Shree Industries,

A-17 Industrial Area,

Hanumangarh

 

4.       

Dausa

Career Lancer Ind. Ltd.

B-52 Okhala Industrial area,

New  Delhi

 

5.       

Dhaulpur

IRCON International Ltd.,

C-4, District Centre, Saket,

New Delhi .

 

6.       

Jalore

Paras Kuhad & Associates,

307- 309, 3rd Floor Ganpati Plaza,  M I Road, Jaipur.

CII

7.       

Women Jodhpur

Laxmi Udyog Oil  Filed Equipment P. Ltd. 22-23, Industrial Area,

Jodhpur .

 

8.       

Jaitaran

Srinath Health Education Sociaty

B-34, Shastri Nagar,

Jodhpur .

CII

9.       

Sirohi

J.K. Laxmi Cement Ltd.

J. K. Puram Dist. Shirohi.

 

FICCI

10.   

Anta

NTPC

Anta, Dist. Baran.

 

PSU

11.   

Bhawani Mandi

Electro Mech Industries

G-12, Chambal Industrial Area,

Kota .

CII

12.   

Karauli

EDUCOM Solution Ltd.

514- Udhyog Viah III,

Gurgaon.

CII

13.   

Rawatbhata

RAPP

 Rawatbhata.

PSU

14.   

Sagwara

EDUCOMPSolution Ltd. 

514, Udhyog Vihar, III

Gurgoan.

CII

15.   

Women Udaipur

Bharat Hotel Ltd.

Barakhamba Avenue ,

Cannaught Place, N. Delhi .

FICCI

                                                “Upgradation of 1396 Govt. ITI’s through PPP” Scheme

                                                                                                    List of I.T.I.s for 2009-10

1.  

BHILWARA

MANDALGARH

2.  

NAGAUR

MERTA CITY

3.  

SHRI GANGANAGAR

ANUPGARH

4.  

SHRI GANGANAGAR

SURATGARH

5.  

CHURU

CHURU

6.  

KOTA

SANGOD

7.  

SAWAIMADHOPUR

SAWAIMADHOPUR

8.  

KOTA

KHERABAD

9.  

BARAN

BARAN

10.  

JAIPUR

AMER

11.  

JHUNJUJHNU

JHUNJUJHNU

12.  

JAIPUR

KOTPUTLI

13.  

BHARATPUR

BAYANA

14.  

JODHPUR

PIPAR CITY

15.  

JAISALMER

POKARAN

16.  

JODHPUR

LUNI

17.  

JODHPUR

PHALODI

18.  

RAJASAMAND

NATHADWARA

19.  

RAJASAMAND

RAJSAMAND

20.  

BANSWARA

BAGIDORA