Govt. ITI samba under the Directorate Technical Education of J&K was established in year 1992 with five trades having intake capacity of 84. This Institute has 21 Kanals of land and have administrative block, workshop block, hostel block. This institute provide skilll training in 11 NCVT trades, 6 SCVT trades with the intake capacity of 380 trainees. The institute is not only engaged in training activities but also perform successful activities such as motivation, entrepreneurship complaining, and campus interviews.
The Craftsman Training Scheme was introduced by the Govt. Of India in 1950 to ensure a study flow of skilled workers in different trades for the domestic industry to raise quantitatively & qualitatively. The industrial production by systematic training will reduce unemployment of the educated youth by providing them employable training.
The Craftsman training scheme (CTS) is conducted by (NCVT) National council Vocational Training all over the country, through respective state council of vocation training in the states. These courses are job oriented, with the purpose of producing skill workers. On completion of the training All India Trade Test is conducted by NCVT leading to the award of NTC National Trade Certificate on successful qualification of All India trade test. The trades which are not affiliated with the NCVT are certified by the SCVT in the state & trainees awarded with the J&K State Trade Certificates after successful qualification of the Trade test to be conducted by the State Board of Technical Education.
Government Industrial Training Institute Samba is imparting world class training and skills to its trainees. The skills, which we impart to the students, would make them self-reliant, independent and enterprising. We here at ITI Samba also ensure the overall personal development of the trainees so that they can adjust well in the industrial environment and work responsibly for the industry and society as well.
The history of any nation is made not by the atomic weapons it posses, the worships it flies but the persons who handle these machines. Youth is the cream of society and thus the real wealth of nation.
With the great efforts of our superintendent, we have started ncc for boys in our institute from aug 2002. We have 50 vacancies of cadets, enrolled from different trades of two year courses. We have trying our best to make them good cadits and better citizens of india.
I feel honoured that the institute has given me this opportunity to prepare young minds to face the various challenges that they would encounter in their life. I would also like to thank officer commanding 1 j&k armed syn. NCC and superintendent. Without their guidance, all this would not have been possible.