The National Apprenticeship Training Scheme -India Year 2020

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National Apprenticeship Training Scheme

The National Apprenticeship Training Scheme is instituted by Board of Apprenticeship Training / Practical Training (BOAT) under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.

 

Overview of the Scheme

The National Apprenticeship Training Scheme in India is a one year programme equipping technically qualified youth with practical knowledge and skills required in their field of work. The Apprentices are imparted training by the organizations at their place of work. Trained Managers with well developed training modules ensure that Apprentices learn the job quickly and competently.

During the period of apprenticeship, the apprentices are paid a stipend amount, 50% of which is reimbursable to the employer from Government of India. At the end of the training period the apprentices are issued a Certificate of Proficiency by Government of India which can be registered at all employment exchanges across India as valid employment experience. The apprentices are placed for training at Central, State and Private organizations which have excellent training facilities. National Apprenticeship Training Scheme is one of the flagship programmes of Government of India for Skilling Indian Youth.

As the demand for training increased quite alarmingly the Government of India set up four Regional Boards of Apprenticeship/Practical Training at Chennai, Kanpur, Mumbai and Kolkatta in the year 1969, as "Autonomous Bodies" having representations from the Industrial Associations and organizations, state Governments and other professional bodies.

In pursuance of the recommendations of the Scientific Manpower Committee made about five decades ago, the erstwhile Ministry of Education, Government of India, initiated a 'Practical Training Stipendiary Scheme' with with the object of providing Practical Training to the fresh Engineering Graduates and Diploma Holders in Engineering. This scheme was directly administered by the Ministry of Education, Government of India at New Delhi, initially under this scheme, the industries/establishments, which took part on a voluntary basis, were requested to share the cost of stipend payable to the Apprentices equally.

As the response from the Industries/establishments to the scheme was quite encouraging and the demand for training from the needy candidates was equally increasing, the scheme was decentralized for administration of the same to its Four Regional Offices. As the demand for training increased quite alarmingly the Government of India set up four Regional Boards of Apprenticeship/Practical Training at Chennai, Kanpur, Mumbai and Kolkatta in the year 1969, as "Autonomous Bodies" having representations from the Industrial Associations and organizations, state Governments and other professional bodies.

 

North Region  - Kanpur

South Region - Chennai

East Region- Kolkata

West Region- Mumbai

 

 

Why Apprenticeship is required? 

Apprenticeship is a time tested way of learning a craft or trade under a Master Craftsman through the ages. Apprenticeship Training Scheme is a scheme where young, technically qualified people undergo training under a Master Trainer to become equipped for jobs in the Modern Scenario. It has the double benefit of earning while learning. Apprenticeship is an agreement between a person (an apprentice) who wants to learn a skill and an employer who needs a skilled worker.

The Apprentices are taught the latest applications, processes and methodologies in their respective fields of work from some of the most renowned organisations in India. This also acts as a transition phase for a school / college student from classroom to a working background. The apprentice also learns soft skills, work culture, ethics and organisational behaviour while undergoing training. This goes a long way in helping him/ her secure permanent employment in the future. At the end of one year training they are issued a Certificate attesting to their training and proficiency in a particular field. This serves as an experience certificate when they seek employment after their training.

 

Who can apply for the Apprenticeship ?

National Apprenticeship Training Scheme offers an opportunity for students to get trained in some of the best organizations in the Central, State and Private Sector. Students who have passed engineering, diploma in engineering qualification can apply for Apprenticeship Training after enrolling themselves with the NATS web Portal.

There are 126 subject fields for graduate / diploma students for which training is provided. The period of training is one year. Stipend is paid during the training period, 50% of which is reimbursed to the employer by Government of India. Students can register for apprenticeship training through the NATS web portal. Students are advised to attend the Apprenticeship Fairs that are held periodically to get selected for training. Selection of apprentices for apprenticeship training is the employer’s prerogative..

 

Industries for Apprenticeship Training 

he National Apprenticeship Training Scheme, a flagship programme from Government of India aims at skilling India to meet future requirements. This scheme bridges the gap existing in the market place, between the employer’s requirement in an employee and the talent pool of students available in the market.

Check out the List of Industries - Click Here 

 

Enrollment Procedure 

Graduate Engineers, Diploma Engineers certificate holders are eligible for registration as Apprentices provided their Apprenticeship contract forms are registered by BOATs / BOPT within a period of 3 years from the date of passing.

Enrollment is mandatory to get apprenticeship in all government industries and institution and in lots of privates companies and institutions.

The enrollment will be done online only with following four  minimum procedures:

 

GET READY FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS BEFORE ENROLLING 

Its a very simple Process ... Please download full Student's User Manual for NATS

NATS_User_Manual_Student_Enrol

 

 

 


2 Comments

BORESHA P · 31st March 2020 at 7:39 pm

I’m​ completed a apprentice in HAL on the ITI NCVT based . And i also complete in 2020 lateral diploma course . It will necessary to take apprentice on the diploma . Please clarify me I’m confused

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