Industrial Training Institutes, well known by its their abbreviated form “ITI”. ITIs offer training in various trades. ITI trades and courses focus on skill development in students. The main aim of ITI is to provide employment to weaker sections of the society. Most of the skill training programmes are too costly to afford and lengthy in terms of duration besides requiring higher educational qualifications. It caters the need of those who didn’t get a chance for higher education. That is the reason that the minimum educational qualification for admissions in ITIs is metric, high school or intermediate. The syllabus of different trades in ITI is designed keeping in mind the needs of different industries. The students are given accurate and detailed knowledge of the trades where they learn to operate machines, maintain the machines and rectify their defects. The stress is given on the practical training instead of theoretical study. One more reason that makes ITI successful is that the medium of teaching is optional and the student could take the exam in either English or Hindi. The ITIs arrange for the campus interviews of students from different streams. Barring a few students, most of them get selected by the companies.