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Title: INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE BELAPUR


1
Institute Development Plan
WELCOME
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE BELAPUR
2
Location Map in Navi Mumbai
3
UPGRADATION OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE
BELAPUR Through
PRIVATE
PUBLIC

PARTNERSHIP
4
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE BELAPUR

Partnership
With
ASAPP Media Pvt.Ltd.

5
Important features of Institute Development Plan
  • An Industry Partner (IP) ASAPP Media Pvt.Ltd. is
    associated with I.T.I. Belapur.
  • Institute Management committee (IMC) is
    constituted with IP as chairperson
  • In IMC Four members nominated by IP and Five by
    State Govt. and Principal of I.T.I. Belapur to be
    Ex-Officio member secretary
  • Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) is signed among the
    IP, State Govt. and Central Govt.
  • Institute Development plan (IDP) is prepared by
    IMC giving Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and
    financial requirements for next five years.
  • IMC is registered as a society under Society
    Registration Act 1860.

6
Institute Development Plan
7
Institute Development Plan
8
SECTION-A
Information of IMC of I.T.I. BELAPUR
9
Information of IMC of I.T.I. BELAPUR
1 State/UT MAHARASHTRA
2 ITI(Name/ Address) INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE BELAPUR
2 ITI(Name/ Address) Sector-29, Agroli gaon, PO Konkan Bhavan, Belapur, Navi Mumbai 400 614.Dist.Thane.
3 Name of Principal Mrs. Khobragade S.V.
3 Contact details- Phone 022-27571298
3 Fax
3 Email belapur_iti1_at_yahoo.co.in
4 Industry Partner (Name/ Address) ASAPP Media Pvt.Ltd.
4 Industry Partner (Name/ Address) A-303,Navbharat Estates, Zakaria Bunder Rd., Sewri (West), Mumbai 400 015.
4 Details of Nodal officer (Name/Address) Mr. Pratap Vijay Padode,
4 Details of Nodal officer (Name/Address) A-303,Navbharat Estates, Zakaria Bunder Rd., Sewri (West), Mumbai 400 015.
4 Designation in parent org. Editor-in-Chief
4 Contact details- Phone 022-2419-3000
4 Fax 022-24175734
4 Email editor_at_constructionupdate.com
10
Information of IMC of I.T.I. BELAPUR
5 IMC Chairman (Name/ Address) Mr. Pratap Vijay Padode, ASAPP Media Pvt.Ltd., A-303,Navbharat Estates,Zakaria Bunder Rd., Sewri (West), Mumbai 400 015
5 Designation in parent org. Editor-in-Chief
5 Contact details- Phone 022-24190-3000
5 Fax 022-24175734
5 Email editor_at_constructionupdate.com
6 Affiliation of Industry Partner CII/FICCI/ASSOCHAM/Other(pl. specify)
7 Details of Contact Person of above Industry body at Local level State level National level Mr. Pratap Vijay Padode, Editor-in-Chief ASAPP Media Pvt.Ltd. 022-24190-3000 editor_at_constructionupdate.com
8 Details of Bank Account of IMC Society- Account No Bank Branch A/c name IMC OF ITI-BELAPUR, A/c no. 30329553110
8 Details of Bank Account of IMC Society- Account No Bank Branch Bank State Bank Of India Branch Konkan Bhavan (Navi Mumbai)
11
Composition of IMC of I.T.I. BELAPUR
S No Name of member Additional information about the member
1 Chairman of the IMC Mr. Pratap Vijay Padode Editor in Chief, ASAPP Media Pvt.Ltd.
2 Secretary of the IMC (Principal of ITI) Mrs.Khobragade S.V.
Members nominated by Ind. Partner            
3 Member 1 Mr.Rajeevan Nambiar Gen. Manager, Finance Admn.,UNIT-1 ASAPP Media Pvt.Ltd.
4 Member 2 Mr.Kammal Bhagtani Vice President, Marketing,UNIT-2 ASAPP Media Pvt.Ltd.
5 Member 3 Mr.S.A.Reddi Ex-Deputy MD,Gammon India Ltd.
6 Member 4 Mrs.Sujata Mirajkar Event Co-ordinator, F.I.R.S.T.
12
Composition of IMC of I.T.I. BELAPUR
Members nominated by State Govt.            
7 Member 1 Mr.Pawar D.D. Dist. Employment Self Employment Offficer, Thane
8 Member 2 Dr.Asawa R.R. Jt. Director, Vocational Education Training, Regional Office, Mumbai
9 Member 3 Mr.Pathak Principal, D.Y. Patil Polytechnic, Nerul, Navi Mumbai
10 Member 4 Mr.Wasave B.K. Senior Instructor
11 Member 5 Mr. Sakpal M.R. Trainees Representative
13
SECTION-B
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE DETAILS OF I.T.I.
BELAPUR
14
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE DETAILS OF I.T.I.
BELAPUR
1.Year of Establishment 1980 2.Affiliation
Number given by DGET 1980-TSA-
7779/173859/3689/TE-3, Dt.10/11/1980 3.Building
/ Premises (Owned/ Rented) OWNED 4.Total land
Area (in Sq. m) 8300 5.Total Constructed
area (in sq.mts) Administrative
Building 1024 Workshop
528.86 6.Types of industries available in the
region Engineering,automobile, chemical,
IT ,construction 7.Whether Placement cell
available in ITI Yes
15
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE DETAILS OF I.T.I.
BELAPUR
8. Percentage of passed out trainees
employed/self employed during last two
years 92 . 9.Trades having high employment
potential in the region Fitter, Turner,
Welder, Plumber, Electrician, Mechanic Motor
Vehicle, Mechanic Referigeration Air
Conditioning, Computer Operator
Programming Assistant,Construction, Building
Maintanance,Mason (Building
Constructor),Draughtsman (Civil). 10.Trades
having low employment potential in the region
Nil 11. Total yearly fees collected from
trainees (average of last two years)
----Rs.20000/- 12.Revenue generated during last
two years through other sources/
activities (Lokseva Kendra, Trg. fee,
Other)----- Rs. 45000/- (Year 2005-06)
Rs. 54000/- (Year 2006-07)
16
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE DETAILS OF I.T.I.
BELAPUR
13.Trainees Details (Trainees as on date )



Total Number Males Females Scheduled Caste Scheduled Caste Scheduled Tribe Scheduled Tribe OBC OBC
Total Number Males Females Males Females Males Females Males Females
144 144 0 38 0 1 0 14 0
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE DETAILS OF I.T.I.
BELAPUR
14.Trade details
Trades available in ITIs No. of trainees No. of trainees No. of trainees Instructors Instructors Instructors Instructors Instructors Instructors
Trades available in ITIs No. of trainees No. of trainees No. of trainees Availability Availability Availability Availability Training (out of filled posts) Training (out of filled posts)
Trades available in ITIs Ist year 2nd year 3rd year Sanctioned Filled vacant Total Trained untrained
NCVT 1. TURNER 14 12 02 02 0 02 01 01
2. FITTER 19 18 02 02 0 02 02 0
3. WIREMAN 19 19 02 02 0 02 01 01
4.WELDER 28 02 02 0 02 0 02
5. PLUMBER 15 01 01 0 01 01 0
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE DETAILS OF I.T.I.
BELAPUR
15. Expenditure details (Rs.in lac)

Expenditure of last two years Expenditure of last two years Expenditure of last two years Expenditure of last two years  
Exp for the Year 2005-06 Exp for the Year 2005-06 Exp for the Year 2006-07 Exp for the Year 2006-07  
Recurring Non recurring Recurring Non recurring  
----- 46.23 ---- 45.88  
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SECTION-C
SUMMARY OF THE FUTURE PLAN FOR UPGRADATION OF
I.T.I. BELAPUR
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SUMMARY OF THE FUTURE PLAN FOR UPGRADATION OF
I.T.I. BELAPUR
  • (I) Skill requirements of the region
  • How the skill needs of the region has been
    determined
  • Though study/survey Yes
  • Data collected from Survey Yes
  • Estimate of the yearly skill requirement (in
    terms of number
  • of workers)

Skill requirement For the region For outside the region which can be met by the ITI
Short term 1000 350
Medium term 600 200
Long term 450 100
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SUMMARY OF THE FUTURE PLAN FOR UPGRADATION OF
I.T.I. BELAPUR
  • (II) Proposed changes in training programmes
  • Upgradation of the ITI into a Centre of
    Excellence (COE)
  • Upgradation of the following trades.
  • List of Trades No. of units
  • TURNER 02
  • FITTER 02
  • WELDER (GAS ELECT.) 02
  • WIREMAN 02

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SUMMARY OF THE FUTURE PLAN FOR UPGRADATION OF
I.T.I. BELAPUR
  • (II) Proposed changes in training programmes
  • Upgradation of the ITI into a Centre of
    Excellence (COE)
  • New trades.
  • List of Trades No. of units
  • MECHANIC MOTOR VEHICLE 01
  • BASIC ARCHITECTURE 01 (COE-Basic Module)
  • BASIC BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 01 (COE-Basic
    Module)
  • BASIC CARPENTRY 01 (COE-Basic Module)
  • BASIC ELECTRICALS 01 (COE-Basic Module)
  • BASIC QUANTITY SURVEYING 01 (COE-Basic
    Module)
  • CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY 01 (COE-Advance Module)
  • WOODWORK IN CONSTRUCTION 01 (COE-Advance
    Module)
  • FORM WORK BAR BENDING 01 (COE-Advance
    Module)

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SUMMARY OF THE FUTURE PLAN FOR UPGRADATION OF
I.T.I. BELAPUR
(III) Details of the additional resources
required and the total loan amount sought by the
IMC society under this scheme
  • Total interest free loan amount sought
    Rs.250.00 (Lac)
  • Seed money to be used as a corpus Rs 75.00
    (Lac)
  • Manner in which the remaining amount is proposed
    to be used

Item For CoE For upgradation For new trades Total
Civil works 60 5 10 75
Equipment furniture learning material etc. 100 73.65 25 198.65
Recurring expenditure 96 4.75 14.8 115.55
Total 256 83.4 49.8 389.2
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SUMMARY OF THE FUTURE PLAN FOR UPGRADATION OF
I.T.I. BELAPUR
4. Additional Manpower requirement
S. No Trade Instructors Other staff
1 MECH. MOTOR VEHICLE 01 03 (1 Sr. Clerk, 1 Jr. Clerk, 1 Class IV)
2 BASIC ARCHITECTURE 01 03 (1 Sr. Clerk, 1 Jr. Clerk, 1 Class IV)
3 BASIC BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 01 03 (1 Sr. Clerk, 1 Jr. Clerk, 1 Class IV)
4 BASIC CARPENTRY 01 03 (1 Sr. Clerk, 1 Jr. Clerk, 1 Class IV)
5 BASIC ELECTRICALS 01 03 (1 Sr. Clerk, 1 Jr. Clerk, 1 Class IV)
6 BASIC QUANTITY SURVEYING 01 03 (1 Sr. Clerk, 1 Jr. Clerk, 1 Class IV)
7 CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY 01 03 (1 Sr. Clerk, 1 Jr. Clerk, 1 Class IV)
8 WOOD WORK IN CONSTRUCTION 01 03 (1 Sr. Clerk, 1 Jr. Clerk, 1 Class IV)
9 FORM WORK BAR BENDING 01 03 (1 Sr. Clerk, 1 Jr. Clerk, 1 Class IV)
25
SUMMARY OF THE FUTURE PLAN FOR UPGRADATION OF
I.T.I. BELAPUR
(IV) Details of any revenue generating facilities
proposed to be set up in the ITI (1). Whether
any Business Plan to generate revenue has been
prepared?.Yes. (2). If yes, please give the
details interalia indicating the year when the
facilities for the same is envisaged to be
developed, funds requirement how the
expenditure is likely to be met, etc. in a
separate Annexure.
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SUMMARY OF THE FUTURE PLAN FOR UPGRADATION OF
I.T.I. BELAPUR
(V) Key Performance Indicators(KPIs) The details
to the Key Performance Indicators set as targets
under this scheme during next five years are as
follows
Sl. No. Key Performance Indicators Base line in the year of release of loan 2007-08 Target Target Target Target Target
Sl. No. Key Performance Indicators Base line in the year of release of loan 2007-08 for the year next to loan release year 2008-09 for 2nd year 2009-10 for 3rd year 2010-11 for 4th year 2011-12 for 5th year 2012-13
1. of applications as compared to no. of seats 300 700 900 1100 1300 1400
2. of enrolments as compared to no. of seats 100 100 100 100 100 100
3. of dropout as compared to no. of enrolments 15 12 10 8 6 2
4. of students passed out compared to enroll students 85 88 90 92 95 100
5. of passed out students employed/ self employed within one year of pass out 70 75 85 90 95 100
6. Average monthly income of the employed/self employed students. 4000 5000 7000 8500 10000 12000
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SECTION-D
DESCRIPTION OF THE MEASURES FOR IMPROVING THE
PERFORMANCE OF THE INSTITUTE
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DESCRIPTION OF THE MEASURES FOR IMPROVING THE
PERFORMANCE OF THE INSTITUTE
  • (a)What changes would you like to introduce for
    better management of theITI?
  • The Provision for generators or uninterrupted
    power supply will enable us to provide full
    practicals to trainees.
  • Renovation of classrooms, workshops, furniture,
    office etc.
  • Computerisation of office system will improve the
    speed of exchange of information and its
    accuracy.
  • Financial powers delegated to head of the
    Institute should be raised.The purchases should
    be made in consultation with the head of the
    institution and the most needed machinery
    equipments should be purchased on priority.
  • The syllabus of all trades are required change,
    which should be based on the modern machinery
    equipments available in the market used in the
    Industry.

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DESCRIPTION OF THE MEASURES FOR IMPROVING THE
PERFORMANCE OF THE INSTITUTE
  • (b) What sort of training do teaching and
    non-teaching staff of the ITI require?
  • The Instructors should be given advanced training
    for the modern machinery. Training should be
    given on manufacturers site.
  • The Instructors should be given training in
    modern principles of teaching.
  • The Office Staff should be given full-fledged
    training of operating modern computerized systems
    internet.
  • Periodical departmental training programmes may
    be arranged for all categories of staff.

30
DESCRIPTION OF THE MEASURES FOR IMPROVING THE
PERFORMANCE OF THE INSTITUTE
  • (c) What improvements in teaching and learning
    resources does the ITI require?
  • Construction of new classrooms Renovation of
    available classrooms i.e. fully equiped with
    modern fascilityes such as Computer system with
    internet projector.
  • Renovation of workshops and replacement of old
    machines by modern machines equipments.
  • Spacious fully equipped Library for trainees

31
DESCRIPTION OF THE MEASURES FOR IMPROVING THE
PERFORMANCE OF THE INSTITUTE
  • (d)Can you improve the number of female students
    in ITI courses? How would this be done?
  • Introduction of female oriented courses.
  • Free education for female.
  • Awareness campaign will be arranged through the
    help of local bodies

32
DESCRIPTION OF THE MEASURES FOR IMPROVING THE
PERFORMANCE OF THE INSTITUTE
(e) Can you improve the number of students from
disadvantaged background in the ITI courses? How
would this be done? 1) A separete unit/trade
may be introduced for such students 2) More
publicity of available trades may be given in
areas where such students are located
33
DESCRIPTION OF THE MEASURES FOR IMPROVING THE
PERFORMANCE OF THE INSTITUTE
  • (f) How can you improve your linkages with the
    local labour market? Do you need to improve your
    linkages with labour markets outside your
    locality and if yes, how could you go about it?
  • There is good requirement scope in local labour
    market for trainees passing out from the
    Institute. However, better relations will be kept
    with Industry through IMC personal contacts.
  • There is wide scope in Local labour market , so
    no need to improve linkages with outside locality
    labour markets

34
SECTION-E
ACTION PLAN FOR UPGRADATION
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ACTION PLAN FOR UPGRADATION
  • (a) Do you intend to establish a Centre of
    Excellence? Yes

If Yes Which trade sector do you prefer? Construction Wood Working Why did you choose this sector? Navi Mumbai is a fast growing planned city many new Infrastructure Projects like SEZ, International Airport, Central Park, Over Bridges etc. are going to start, so there is high demand for Construction releted skill employees, so why we are going to introduce the above sectror for COE.
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ACTION PLAN FOR UPGRADATION
  • (b) In addition to above or otherwise Which
    trades would you prefer to upgrade?

1. Turner. 2. Fitter 3. Welder (Gas Electric) 4. Wireman Why did you choose these trades? The above four trades are more popular trades having huge demand for admission. The City - Navi Mumbai is preplaned fast developing City having largest industrial area excellent infrastructure, also International Airport SEZ is growing up in the area. Large number of New Industries Constructions are taking place in the city. All above trades are co-related with this developement their is lot of demand for trainees passing out from the Institute. Their is also large scope for self employment in above trades.
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ACTION PLAN FOR UPGRADATION
(c) What resources do you need to upgrade your
institution as a COE or to upgrade
selected trades?
Civil works describe and justify any civil works you want to undertake. For better standard of training following civil work is essential Renovation of Workshop, Classrooms Office,New four classrooms ,Boundry wall compound,Workshop Shed (3000 sq.ft) ,Beautification of Campus,Devoloping garden,.Attractive Main gate.Developing play ground, Internal roads,Uninterupted electricity supply,Seprate feeder from MSEB,Diesel generator set.
38
ACTION PLAN FOR UPGRADATION
(d) Training of Staff describe and justify the
training needed by your staff and indicate how
this could be implemented.
(i) Training of Teaching Staff The comprehensive training about machinery and equipments being introduced will be imparted to the Instructors at manufacturers site. The Instructors will be given training on modern principals of teaching and techniques. (ii) Training of Non-Teaching Staff The Office Staff will be given fullfledged advance training of using operating modern computerised systems e-governance. Periodical departmantal training programmes may be arranged for all categorises of staff.
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ACTION PLAN FOR UPGRADATION
(e) Additional Staff - describe and justify any
additional staff you need.
(f) Consumables and Training Materials describe
and justify the consumables and any maintenance
you need.
The grant allotted for Raw Material is enough to meet the requirement. However the recurring grant under the head Maintanance may be increased considering the introduction of new machinery and equipments.
40
SECTION-F
YEARWISE BREAKUP OF RESOURCES REQUIRED
41
YEARWISE BREAKUP OF RESOURCES REQUIRED
(I) What finances do you need to procure the
resources you described in the previous section?
(a) for CoE

(figures in lac)
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total
Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs
1 Civil Works 40 20 0 0 0 60
2 Equipment 40 15 5 5 5 70
3 Furniture 15 5 0 0 0 20
4 Books, Learning Resources and Software etc 8 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 10
5 Sub Total(1234) 103 40.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 160
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YEARWISE BREAKUP OF RESOURCES REQUIRED
Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs
6 Additional manpower 15 16 17 18 20 86
7 Consumables, Maintenance and Training Materials 2 2 2 1 1 8
8 Misc Exp.(Pl specify) 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.25 0.25 2
9 Sub Total (678) 17.5 18.5 19.5 19.25 21.25 96
TOTAL(59) 120.5 59 25 24.75 26.75 256
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YEARWISE BREAKUP OF RESOURCES REQUIRED
(b) for Upgradation of trades
(figures in lac)
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total
Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs
1 Civil Works 3 2 0 0 0 5
2 Equipment 35 25 12.65 0 0 72.65
3 Furniture 0.70 0.10 0 0 0 0.80
4 Books, Learning Resources and Software etc 0.10 0.10 0 0 0 0.20
5 Sub Total(1234) 38.8 27.2 12.65 0 0 78.65
Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs
6 Additional manpower 0 0 0 0 0 0
7 Consumables, Maintenance and Training Materials 2 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 4
8 Misc Exp. (conveyance) 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.15 0.75
9 Sub Total (678) 2.1 0.6 0.7 0.7 0.65 4.75
TOTAL(59) 40.9 27.8 13.35 0.7 0.65 83.4
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YEARWISE BREAKUP OF RESOURCES REQUIRED
(c) for new trades
(figures in
lac)
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total
Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs
1 Civil Works 7 3 0 0 0 10
2 Equipment 8 5 4 2 1 20
3 Furniture 2 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 4
4 Books, Learning Resources and Software etc 0.60 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1
5 Sub Total(1234) 17.60 8.6 4.6 2.6 1.6 35
Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs
6 Additional manpower 2 2 2.5 2.5 3 12
7 Consumables, Maintenance and Training Materials 0.52 0.55 0.57 0.49 0.47 2.6
8 Misc Exp. (Pl specify) 0.07 0.09 0.02 0.01 0.01 0.2
9 Sub Total (678) 2.59 2.64 3.09 3 3.48 14.8
TOTAL(59) 20.19 11.24 7.69 5.6 5.08 49.8
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YEARWISE BREAKUP OF RESOURCES REQUIRED
TOTAL requirement of funds (a) (b)(c)
(figures in lac)
Year 1 Year 2 Year 2 Year 2 Year 3 Year 3 Year 4 Year 4 Year 5 Total
Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs Non-recurring costs
1 Civil Works 50 25 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 75
2 Equipment 83 45 45 21.65 21.65 7 7 6 6 162.65
3 Furniture 17.7 5.6 5.6 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 24.8
4 Books, Learning Resources and Software etc 8.7 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 11.2
5 Sub Total(1234) 159.4 76.3 76.3 22.75 22.75 8.1 8.1 7.1 7.1 273.65
Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs Recurring Costs
6 Additional manpower 17 17 18 18 19.5 19.5 20.5 20.5 23 98
7 Consumables, Maintenance and Training Materials 4.52 4.52 3.05 3.05 3.07 3.07 1.99 1.99 1.97 14.6
8 Misc Exp. (Pl specify) 0.67 0.67 0.69 0.69 0.72 0.72 0.46 0.46 0.41 2.95
9 Sub Total (678) 22.19 22.19 21.74 21.74 23.29 23.29 22.95 22.95 25.38 115.55
TOTAL(59) 181.59 181.59 98.04 98.04 46.04 46.04 31.05 31.05 32.48 389.20
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SECTION-G
MISCELLANEOUS
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MISCELLANEOUS
a) How do you see the future of the Institute and what action would you suggest for achieving its growth and sustainability ? Due to fast growing infrastracture Industrial activities in the region the future of the Institute is very bright. New trades training pattern should be introduced as per need of Industries with the help of Industrial Partners having latest technics.
  • b) Any outstanding achievements/ success stories
    of the Institute?
  • This institute has generated a sizeable revenue
    during last two years through arranging short
    term courses mainly through Lokseva Kendra Scheme
    POTS Scheme.
  • Governments scheme Vocational Education on
    demand for SC/VJ/NT/SBC categories has been
    successfully implemented at this institute since
    2003-04.
  • The students from SC/ST categories have been
    awarded toolkits and books.
  • The toppers in main examination are sent for
    Skill Competitions.

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ANNEXURES
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Details of the Instructional Staff in the
Institute
Sl.No Name of the Instructional Staff Educational/ Technical Qualification Email ID Mobile No./Phone No. Instructor in which Area and how long Is the Instructor Trained in Principles of Teaching-POT (Yes/No) Is the Instructor Trained in Trade area(s) (Yes/No)
1 Mr. Bhamare J. S S.S.C I.T.I Jagmohan bhamre_at_hot mail. Com 9869465016 8 yrs as Instructor 8 yrs as Group Instructor Yes Yes
2 Mr. Ghundre B.R. S.S.C I.T.I. 9969028356 26 yrs as Instructor Yes Yes
3 Mr. Wasave B. K S.S.C I.T.I 9969279084 27 yrs as Instructor Yes Yes
4 Mr. Rawale A. G S.S.C N.C.T.V.T 9869615739 26 yrs as Instructor Yes Yes
5 Mr. Patil S.B S.S.C I.T.I 26470971 26 yrs as Instructor No No
50
Details of the Instructional Staff in the
Institute
6 Mr. Hanmante D.P S.S.C I.T.I 9869935781 23 yrs as Instructor Yes Yes
7 Mr. Mali A.M S.S.C I.T.I 9422683231 23 yrs as Instructor No No
8 Mr. Tawade P.M S.S.C I.T.I 9969029213 23 yrs as Instructor Yes Yes
9 Mr. Deshmukh P.G S.S.C I.T.I 20 yrs as Instructor No No
10 Mr. Devkate S.R S.S.C I.T.I 9869074262 16 yrs as Instructor No No
11 Mr. Kuptekar G.G Dip. Mech Engg. girishkuptekar_at_yahoo.co.in 9967962404 11 yrs as Instructor No No
12 Mr. Girkar N.J Dip civil Engg 08 yrs as Instructor No No
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Details of the additional resources required
(figures in lac)
Civil works Civil works to undertake. Civil works Civil works to undertake.
Renovation of Workshop, Classrooms Office Three New Classroom (323 sq.ft.) Boundry wall compound Workshop Shed (4500 sq.ft) Conference Hall Beautification of Campus Devoloping garden. Attractive Main gate. Developing play ground. Internal roads. Uninterupted electricity supply Seprate feeder from MSEB. Diesel generator set. 3.00 2.60 10.00 36.00 8.00 5.40 10.00
Total 75.00
52
Equipment Machinery for Upgradation Trades
(figures in lac)
1)WELDER (GAS ELECTRIC) Transformer welding countinuous welding current with all accessories 400 A (2 sets) Arc welding set rectifier type 300-450 Amp. countinuous welding current with all accessories Welding generator DC rotary set 200-300 amp with all accessories CO2 Welding m/c complete 400 amp. Single phase welding m/c 200 amp. Plasma arc cutting welding m/c all accessories A.G.7 grinder (portable) Electrode driving oven-thermostatically controlled temperature 0-250 C 10kg/cap. 18.65
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Equipment Machinery for Upgradation Trades
(figures in lac)
2)TURNER Lathe S.S. and S.C.(all geared head stock) 15 cm centre height, 120 cm between centre. Lathe S.S. and S.C.(all geared head stock) 20 cm centre height, 120 cm between centre. Lathe tool room SS SC all geared head stock) 15 cm centre height, 120 cm between centre. Capstan lathe 250 mm Centre lathe turn master CNC trainer lathe Digital vernier caliper Digital outside micrometer. A.C. room for CNC m/c 45.00
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Equipment Machinery for Upgradation Trades
(figures in lac)
3)FITTER Electrical portable hand drill m/c, light duty (12 mm capacity) with chuck key Radial pillar drilling m/c, 32mm capacity Digital vernier caliper,200mm Digital outside micrometer 0-25 Digital outside micrometer 25-50 Metric tap die set 3-25 mm BSW tap die set 1/8 to ½ inch Digital vernier height gauage 300mm Radius gauage 5-7.5 mm Radius gauage 7.5-15 mm Machine vice, apex make 125mm 5.00
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Equipment Machinery for Upgradation Trades
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4) WIREMAN Cealing Fan winding machine Automatic with multy stater adj., DC Compound motor panel board 3 hp with thread point Lead Acid Battery 21 plat 12 vatt Invertor sine wave 600 va Three phase energy meter electronic Frequency meter digital power factor meter Drill machine with hamaring blackand décor 12 mm capacitor Portebal Gen set 220 v 1 kva with 12 vatt Alternetor with moror 2 Kva with panal and digital meter Three Phase motor winding coil making machine Three phase motor with D.C. generator set with panel board digital equipment AC DC DC shunt motor panal board with digital meter Universal motor with panal board capacitor run motor 1 hp 230 valt AC with digital ammeter voltmeter Repaltion motor 1 hp with panal Capacitor Run motor 1 Hp with digital panal Spilt phase motor with panal with meter A/V Food processor Inalsa 5.00
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Equipment Machinery for New Trades
(figures in lac)
1) MECHANIC MOTOR VEHICLE Tools, Measuring Instruments General Shop Outfit. General Machinery Vehicles 25.00
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Equipment , General Shop Outfits Machinery for
COE
(figures in lac)
1) ELECTRICIAN Tools, Measuring Instruments General Machinery Furniture,Books, Learning Resourses Software etc. 36.00
2) ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANT Tools, Measuring Instruments. General Machinery Furniture,Books, Learning Resourses Software etc. 16.00
3) MASON Tools, Measuring Instruments General Machinery Furniture,Books, Learning Resourses Software etc. 16.00
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Equipment , General Shop Outfits Machinery for
COE
(figures in lac)
4) CARPENTER Tools, Measuring Instruments General Machinery Furniture,Books, Learning Resourses Software etc. 14.00
5) SURVEYOR Tools, Measuring Instruments General Machinery Furniture,Books, Learning Resourses Software etc. 18.00
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