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Directorate of Vocational Education and Training, Maharashtra State District Vocational Education Office, Sindhudurg
Email dveto.sindhudurg@dvet.edu.in
Phone 9567456345
About - BTRI Sawantwadi

Apprenticeship Training Scheme ( Under Apprenticeship Act 1961 )

 Introduction Industrial development is one of the prime needs for our Country. Great Stress has been laid on this factor in the various development plans of the country. The development and sustenance of industry needs trained personnel to perform the multifarious functions necessary for it. Acute shortage of manpower in the skilled categories is felt in many Industries. It has been realized that Apprenticeship Training Scheme is one of the most important sources of supply of skilled manpower to the industry. With this objective, the Apprentices Act 1961 was enacted in the parliament on 23rd December 1961. The Act came into force from 1st March 1962 and is applicable to the whole of India. Under the Act, it is a statutory obligation on Employers in the specified industries to engage apprentices as per ratio prescribed in the designated trades. Apprenticeship Act was implemented in order to improve the level of training in industrial field Apprenticeship Act 1961 & 1986. After preparing rules in 1962, Scheme was implemented from January, 1963. Director, Vocational Education & Training is appointed as State Apprenticeship Advisor to look into the matter of scheme in the State. 6 Regional heads have been declared as Deputy Apprenticeship Advisor (Sr.). They look into the matter of the scheme for Government / Private establishments. Varopis Committees are formed to solve problem as well as to offer guidance on Private & Semi-Government level in order to implement scheme more effectively. The State Council for Vocational Training is a counterpart of NCVT at State level and it plays the same role, that is played by NCVT at National level. The SCVT is Chaired by the Secretary for Higher and Technical Education. Objectives
  • To regulate the programme of training of apprentices in industry so as to conform to the prescribed syllabi, period of training etc. prescribed by the Central Apprenticeship Council.
  • To utilize fully the facilities available in industry for imparting practical training with a view to meeting the requirements of skilled workers.
  • To make it obligatory on the part of employers, both in public-and private-sector industries, to engage apprentices according to the ratio of apprentices to workers ( other than unskilled) in designated trades, Prescribed under the rules.
The training places are located through intensive surveys conducted in establishments. The objective being to locate the maximum facilities for apprenticeship training. Apprentices Act & Amendments Apprentices Act 1961 Amendment to Apprentices Act, 1961- Dt. 30/12/2014 Amendment to Apprenticeship Rules, 1992- Dt. 22/07/2015 Ammended Guideline – Dt. 05/04/2018 Amendment to Apprenticeship Rules(Maharshtra) – Dt. 09/02/2018 Amendment to Apprenticeship Rules(Maharshtra) – Dt. 09/02/2018 (Marathi
SCHEME
1)    National Apprenticesship Promotion Scheme
*. Sharing of 25% of priscribed stipend subject to a  maximum of
INR 1500/- per month per apprentice to all apprentices with the
employers.
* The stipend support would not be given  during the basic traininng
period for fresher apprentices.
* Sharing of cost of basic training with Basic Training  Providers (BTP)
up to a  maximum of INR Rs.7500/- per trainee for a maximum of 500 hours
calculated @INR 12 per hour.
2)   Maharashtra  Apprenticesship Promotion Scheme
*. Sharing of 75% of priscribed stipend subject to a  maximum of
INR 5000/- per month per apprentice to all apprentices with the
employers.
* The stipend support would not be given  during the basic traininng
period for fresher apprentices.
* Sharing of cost of basic training with Basic Training  Providers (BTP)
up to a  maximum of INR Rs.2500/- per trainee for a maximum of 500 hours
calculated @INR 5 per hour.(excluding cost in NAPS)
* Sharing totoal cost of basic training with Basic Training Providers (BTP)
upto a  maximum of INR 10,000/- per trainee for maximum of 500 hours
 calculated @ INR 20 per  hour (If not  shared under NAPS)
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NCVT MIS Code AAA270033 - Sindhudurg
BTRI Centre Santion GR TSA-5175/7241-XXIV,                 Dated 17th August 1976
Total Industry in Sindhudurg District 520
Total Servye 197
Registred Industry on MIS Portal 135
Located Seats 438
Engaged Seats 147
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