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National Apprenticeship Training Scheme: A Step Towards Employment

Name of the scheme: National Scheme of Apprenticeship Training

Purpose: The main purpose of this training is to provide opportunities for practical training to graduate engineers, diploma holders (Technicians) and 10+2 Vocational pass outs in about 10,000 industrial establishments/ organizations.

Eligibility:

  • Must be above 18 years of age.
  • Must be at least 10+2 passed.

Stipend:

  • Graduate apprentices are paid- Rs. 4,984/- per month
  • Sandwich Course (Students from Degree Institutions) are paid- Rs. 3,542/- per month
  • Technician apprentices are paid- Rs. 3,542/- per month
  • Sandwich Course (Students from Diploma Institutions) are paid- Rs. 2,890/- per month
  • Technician (Vocational) apprentices are paid- Rs. 2,758/- per month

Duration-

The period of Apprenticeship Training under the Act is one year.

How to apply?

The National Scheme of Apprenticeship Training is implemented through four Regional Boards of Apprenticeship/Practical (BOATs/BOPT) in Mumbai, Kanpur, Chennai and Kolkata.

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