MRC International Industrial Training Centre With an objective of ensuring a steady flow of skilled personnel and to reduce unemployment amongst the educated youth by equipping them with required skills, education and discipline for suitable industrial employment as well as self-employment, Industrial Training Institutes have been set up under the electrician and Mechanic Diesel Training Scheme in Malpura. They are affiliated to National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT), through the Directorate General of Employment and Training (DGET), Government of India in the Ministry of labour, New Delhi. They impart training in engineering and non-engineering trades. Benefits of I.T.I. •Ability to respond quickly to industry needs •Modern training facilities •Training staff with extensive experience in their fields •Quality Management System guaranteed to produce results •Skills recognition to provide alternative pathways to a qualification •Short courses that meet the immediate needs of industry •On-the-job assessment of competencies •Training in ‘cutting edge’ technology •Close liaison with employers to ensure that training delivered off the job is mirrored with what is delivered on the job •Measured outcomes that fit with the employer and employee or apprentice •Holistic approach to training young people •Quality training courses •Support staff keen to assist employers and apprentices Loction of MRC I.T.I. Located in Tonk District of the western state of India, Rajasthan, Malpura is a prominent city. The Insititute Is Located Over Proposed Mega High Way From Jaipur to Bhilwara (Presently State High Way No.12) In the Perephery of The City Malpura. The city of Tonk is the district headquarters and Malpura is located in its west at a distance of 30 km. Geographically, the town is located between 26.28° North latitude and 75.38° East longitude at a height of 332 metres (1089 feet) above mean sea level. As per the Indian Census report of 2001, Malpura had a population of 27, 242. Males account for 52% of the population and females account for the remaining 48%.In Malpura, 17% of the population is less than six years of age. The average literacy rate of Malpura is 62% which is higher than the national average literacy rate which is 59.5%. To be specific, the male literacy rate is 73% and the female literacy rate is 50%. The city is embellished with several Jain temples. The Adinath Temple and Dada Bari is a major landmark of Malpura. The Central Sheep and Wool Research Institute, which conducts research on the various uses of wool is also located very near to Malpura towards Jaipur over Malpura - Jaipur Road. Maintain placement and follow-up recoed for all passout trainees & to guide them over telephone career day. Award to trainees performing best in academic, discipline , games, practicle training like making models tec, and to develop social harmony amongs them. Centre of Excellence Transferring every challenge into opportunity, seizing every opportunity for achieving perfection for imparting vocational training we offer with a commitment to excel , by close link between industries communities, Institutes and other training providers, with a aim to meet the needs of the hour. Centre of Excellence will work as a hub to focus on specialist vocational training across a range of new and traditional occupation and will be innovative in delivering training so that employability including self employment will increase and simultaneously industries needs will be also fulfill and productivity will also increase so that growth of economy can be achieved. Objective of the Scheme: The main objective of the scheme is to upgrade existing ITIs into " Centre of Excellence" for producing multi-skilled workforce of world standard by Pre counciling with individuals discussing exploring thier liking regarding stream options and to guide in better way to achieve their best output Introduction of new multi-skilling modular courses as per needs of industry and to provide employable skills. Improvements of physical infrastructure facilities like buildings, equipments etc. Adoption of new training technology with close involvement of industry and other stakeholders in planning and implementation of training programmes. Empowering these centres by provide sufficient autonomy in academic, administrative, financial and management matters. Generating Income and investments for institutional developments. Introducing short term training programme for industrial /service sector personnel as per specific requirements. Building up partnership with near by industries and setting up of Institute Management Committees (IMC) to make training wholly demand driven.