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What is the difference between ITI and Polytechnic?

Friends, which one is better polytechnic or ITI. This question is a very asked question among the students after passing 10th or 12th. According to experts and suggestions. ITI to Polytechnic (ITI) considered better than Read further about why it is better than ITI.

I t i The basic engineering step of education. If you are ITI (ITI) do so polytechnic Chances of getting jobs and opportunities will be less than that. If you complete polytechnic then you will be posted as a junior engineer but ITI (ITI) Not as holder. ITI holders may get less job opportunities.

But, if you have the option of direct admission in polytechnic then you will be advised to go for diploma course. Because it will help you to grab opportunities quickly in future.

What is the difference between ITI and Polytechnic

Basic difference between ITI and Polytechnic

  • Like ITI Polytechnics are more oriented towards practical training rather than theory.
  • The duration of ITI courses is mostly of one and two years whereas in polytechnic three years course. So the trainees become employable in less time and the vacancy for ITI students is more as compared to Diploma/Polytechnic students.
  • ITI is providing lower level workforce to the company/organization.
  • ITI trainee can do diploma in polytechnic after completing ITI while diploma holder from polytechnic can do degree engineering. Hence Polytechnic is one step ahead of ITI at the academic level.
  • The basic objective of ITI is to employ/self-employed trainee/student within a short span of time (for example only 10+2 is required). 10th pass and two year ITI course you can easily earn 10000 to 20000 rupees monthly while other students are still completing their 12th class.
  • As OP is female, I want to clarify one thing here, there are very few courses available for female candidate in ITI as compared to male candidate as most of ITI courses require more physical labor. The courses available for female candidates are generally Computer/IT Sector, Apparel Sector and Beauty Sector. So you can say that ITI with all vocational/professional courses is dominated by male candidates then female candidates.

Just to add one more thing. If you are planning to join this industry then please be more careful while choosing your business(course) as this is the only thing which will help you in future. For more information visit my website. Let us understand its importance easily.

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Like its stages, ITI is at the bottom while PhD is the highest it is very clear, Polytechnic is the first level course of engineering. However, if you are in good trade then it is not bad either. But, if you have the option of direct admission in the polytechnic, then you will be advised to go for the diploma course. Because it will help you to grab the opportunity quickly in future.

I t i

ITI is a 2 year professional course. I t i (ITI) Works as a trainee as a welder fitter operator in post-industrial workshops. In ITI the focus is more on practical aspect than theory.

I t i (ITI) There is a course to learn vocational skills after class 8 or 10 and look for job in small/medium industry as a craftsman. Whereas polytechnic college offers diploma in a particular branch of engineering, which is done after passing 10/12. ,


an ITI (ITI) Passed Certificate from NCVT (National Council for Vocational Training), Government of India, New Delhi. in various trades with potential in Engineering or Non-Engineering category. To work as Tailor / Welder / Fitter / Electrician / Electronic Mechanic etc. The trading period is 6 months, 1 year, 2 years.

Mostly rural or low income group candidates and needy people opt for this to get entry level job to start earning (salary is less than average).



polytechnic

Polytechnic offers 3 years Engineering Diploma. After polytechnic join industry as a supervisor or junior engineer or go for Bachelor of Engineering (B.E). After polytechnic you will get direct 2nd year admission in BE.

Polytechnic colleges run Diploma and Post Diploma courses in many streams. The fundamental difference is in the pattern of education, ITI lays more emphasis on practical knowledge related to the workshop, while more focus on the theoretical curriculum. ITI in job profile is the most required person in any industry and ITI (ITI) After the technicians, their senior and comparatively less required diploma holders come the supervising persons.


A polytechnic pass obtains certificates for diploma mechanical/electrical/electronic etc. from a college or university. Diploma courses are to be followed 10/12 standards. Duration is 3 years.

Just to add one more thing. If you are planning to join these industries then please be more attentive to choose your trade(course) as this is the only thing which will help you in future. Best wishes and best wishes for your future endeavours.

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