Successful trainees with officials during the 1st Convocation Ceremony of the ITI Kohima Government on September 17th. (Photo by Morung)
1. ITI Kohima Government Convening Ceremony
Kohima | 09/18
Nagaland scooped the country’s top list for trainees who passed the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) exam with an overall rate of 88.70%.
Government Industrial Training Institute (ITI) Kohima Deputy Director Er H Alongse said so during the institute’s first convocation ceremony on Sept. 17.
Chiden Yaden, Director Employment, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, spoke on the occasion as a specially invited attendee, congratulating all successful trainees and urging them to keep working hard.
Yaden advised them to be sincere and passionate about their vision.
He also commended the faculty and staff of the ITI for playing a critical role in the institute’s remarkable performance on the NCVT exam.
Er H. Alongse, who is also responsible for the Government ITI Kohima, said: “This is a proud moment for the whole institute.”
SBLK Pastor Rev. Thsadongse Sangtam invoked God’s blessings while the program was led by Molumenla Esther.
Government ITI Faculty Konyi Seb also spoke at the convocation ceremony. The trainees’ response came from Tovi Achumi (Draftsman), while Ruokuohezo Suohu (Foreman) suggested a vote of thanks.
Toppers receive awards
NCVT leaders Tovi Achumi (87.30%) and Tekasangla Jamir (79.00%), both in the civilian profession of draftsman, received awards from the Institute, along with two State Council of Vocational Training (SCVT) leaders – Mughani Puchu ( 85.00%) in cutting and sewing and Rokovizo Pienyu (80.50%) in COPA.
Notably, 80 out of 82 trainees were successful in NCVT, while 108 out of 114 passed SCVT.
The ITI Kohima government has 33 faculty members with 15 professional numbers. It offers Carpenter Mechanic Diesel training; welder; draftsman; Electrician; fitter; Machinist; Car mechanic; Land surveyor; cutting & sewing; Knit; hair and skin care; COPA; I&CTSM; Carpenter; masons and plumbers.
SCTV is based on an examination conducted by the Directorate of Employment, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Nagaland against standards set by the Directorate General of Training (DGT).
NCTV is based on an audit conducted by the DGT, where the Directorate-General for Training at the Ministry of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship is the lead organization for the development and coordination at national level of vocational training programmes, including vocational training for women.