Haryana ITI Syllabus Date Roll No. – Exam Pattern

Download Syllabus-cum-pattern, Exam Date and Roll no./ Admit card of ITI in Haryana- 2020-2021-2022- Useful links and information

The Industrial training Institute ( ITI )  gives admission to no. of students of the state. The purpose is to provide skills in the chosen area of the student. There are different branches in ITI. The selection depends on the marks which the students get in the exam.

The candidates who have done 8th, 10th or 10+2 from the recognized school or institute are eligible for the admission. The student who are up to age of 14 are also eligible for admission.

Exam syllabus and pattern of ITI 2020-2021-2022

The written exam will take place in June/ July every year. The Roll no. Card/ Admit Card are available to the students a few days before the exam. Due to corona disease the test has been postponed.

There are two or three counselings after the test. The selection depends upon the cut-off which depends on several factors. It depends upon the experience in the concerned field and category of the students. Remember each and every ITI has the limited seats.

Pattern of exam –

There are 90 questions/ 10 questions which the students have to do in the given time ( 120 minutes may be allowed ). There are 90 questions from English, Reasoning, Math etc. and 10 questions from the students’ social and economic background and his experience.

Exam Syllabus –

The syllabus for ITI exam may include Reasoning , English, Math, Science ,Computer, General Knowledge ( Awareness ) etc. There shall be the concerned subjects. There will be say to Experience and Interviews. Counseling is the main part of any selection.

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