AITT ITI Result 2022 – National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) has released the AITT result at ncvtmis.gov.in. Download ITI First, Second, Third, and Fourth Semester Result.
AITT Result released on ncvtmis.gov.in
AITT ITI Result 2022
National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) has released the AITT result at ncvtmis.gov.in. ITI First, Second, Third, and Fourth Semester results can be downloaded. Certificates will be given to past candidates on September 17, 2022. This year 89.13 percent of students passed. About 14.6 lakh students passed out of 16.6 lakh who took the exam.
About 8.9 lakh trainees of a two-year course for the year 2020-22 and one year and a 6-month course of 2021-22 will be certified and felicitated across the country on 17th September. The list of toppers and SOPs is available at dgt.gov.in.
How to Check AITT ITI Result?
Step – 1 – First of all go to ncvtmis.gov.in.
Step – 2 – Click on ITI Tab.
Step – 3 – Click on the NCVT ITI result link
Step – 4 – Enter your roll number and select the semester and exam system.
Step – 5- Your NCVT ITI Result will appear on the screen. Download it.
The Directorate General of Training (DGT) under the aegis of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) is the premier agency for imparting vocational training to Indian youth under the flagship Skill India program of the government. It is streamlining the process of enrollment and evaluation of trainees which is now online. It is implemented by ITIs and the duration of these training courses varies between 6 months to 2 years.
As per the National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF), these courses have 150 vocational courses including 82 engineering professions, 63 non-engineering, and five courses for Persons with Disabilities (PWD).
According to a statement from the ministry, at present 20 lakh trainees are receiving training in 14,786 ITIs, both government and private. The scheme is foremost in the field of vocational training and is engaged in the preparation of craftsmen to meet the existing as well as future manpower requirements through a vast network of ITIs spread across various States and Union Territories in the country.