Electrician Gallery


As the name suggests, ITI Electrician trade focuses on various aspects of electricity such as – wiring (residential, commercial and industrial), home appliances, electrical machines, lighting, electrical installations etc. The duration of trade is two years with four semester of six months each. The main aim of this trade is to provide vocational training to candidates and turn them into qualified electricians. The course thus aims at developing a skilled work-force of qualified electricians in India.

Eligibility criteria
10th pass (under 10+2 system of schooling) is the minimum qualification required to pursue this course.

Skills Required:
 Manual dexterity.
 Good vision (glasses are acceptable).
 Eye-hand coordination.
 The ability to concentrate on detailed work.
 Patience.

Job opportunities:
ITI passed electricians have diverse job opportunities available in front of them. They have access to both private sector and government sector jobs. Besides that, self employment is another opportunity available in front of them.

  Private Sector Recruiters   Government Sector Recruiters   Self-employment opportunities
  • MNCs (electrician)  • State-wise electricity boards   • Starting own work shop
 • Power production and transmission companies.   • Loco Pilot.  
 • Electrical equipment and appliance manufacturing firms   • Municipal Corporations.   • Starting own electrical goods store
  • Refineries.  • PWDs   • Becoming a contractor
  • Industries that use electrical machine.   • Armed Forces  • Being self-employed by offering one’s service to people