Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


1. How do I log in to the NCVT MIS portal?

The official website of the National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT) is To log in to your NCVT account, you should visit the site and click on the ‘Login’ link that is found towards the right-side of the page. The system, then, directs you to the login page. Here, you have to enter details such as Username and Password. After entering the requisite details, you can access your account.

If you are unable to login, then contact the given numbers on the home page and register your complaint. They will inform you on how to access your account.

2. What is the link for NCVT MIS Portal?

The official website of the National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT) is ITI aspirants can get detailed information about all courses and colleges that are supervised by the NCVT on the site.

On the website, the NCVT authorities upload all notifications and updates. Additionally, you can download admit cards and access your semester exam results after logging in to your account.

3. What does NCVT stand for?

The NCVT refers to the National Council for Vocational Training. The NCVT was set up by the Government of India during the year 1956. The Council is responsible for drafting the regulations for craftsmen training, counseling the Government on the different policies, holding the All India Trade Tests, and rewarding the National Trade Certificates upon successful completion of the ITI programs.

4. How can I download the NCVT MIS Results?

To view your ITI result, you can visit a range of sites – including Then, browse your state and select the link ‘Download NCVT ITI Result’. Upon entering your Registration Number and other basic details, you can view your ITI result.

You can access the NCVT official website pertaining to your state as well. Here, you must search for the ‘ITI NCVT Result’ link. The next step is to enter the required details for downloading the PDF Result file. Now, search for your name and roll number to check your result.

5. How Can I access NCVT MIS ITI Semester Result 2023?

The NCVT MIS Results are viewable on the NCVT sites pertaining to your state. Then, select the semester and follow by entering your Roll Number, following which the system displays the results. Also, you can take a print copy of the ITI Semester Result for your records.

6. How do I check my ITI result?

You can browse numerous sites to access ITI results. The results are displayed on the site too. Additionally, NCVT’s official website of your state uploads the results.

Only you need to select your state and search the ‘Download ITI Result’ tab on the website. The subsequent step is to enter Roll Number and other details, after which the system exhibits the results. Be sure to take a print copy of your results for later reference.

7. What are NCVT courses?

The National Council for Vocational Training is an advisory body that started operations during the year 1956 by the Government of India. Previously, the NCVT was referred to as the National Council of Training in Vocational Trades (NCTVT).

Across Indian states, a series of Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) have been set up. The ITIs are governed by the NCVT under the supervision of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship that comes under the office of the Directorate General of Training (DGT), the Government of India.

The ITIs conduct several vocational trade courses and eligible candidates are invited to apply for their various programs. Candidates who have passed 10th standard or 12th standard exams can apply for the courses if they meet the job requirements.

8. Which are the best ITI trades?

There are several ITI trades to choose from. The most popular choice in ITI trade is for Electrician and is followed by Fitter. Even so, you can avail a range of other ITI trades. These include Carpenter, Plumber, Wireman, Machinist, Moulder, Welder (Gas and Electric), Turner, Mechanic, Draughtsman Mechanical, among others.

9. Does ITI have a Board?

In India, the Industrial Training Institutes come under the purview of India’s Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneur. There is no separate ITI Board. The NCVT has the responsibility of devising the syllabus of ITI trades, defining new trade courses, and conducting exams. In all, the Ministry makes sure that all the ITIs operate under the stipulated norms.

10. What is the fee range of ITI courses?

ITI courses cost less than the engineering ones in several Indian states. In general, the range of fees for ITI engineering programs is between 1000 rupees to 9000 rupees. The ITI non-engineering courses cost between 4000 rupees to 7000 rupees.

11. What is the difference between NCVT or SCVT?

Depending on whether you want to apply for central government jobs or state government jobs, you should apply for the NCVT or SCVT trade programs respectively.

NCVT stands for the National Council for Vocational Training and works on the national level.

SCVT refers to the State Council for Vocational Training and operates at the state level.

Basically, upon completion of NCVT trade programs, the candidates receive the NCVT Certificate. And the SCVT Certificate is awarded to aspirants who complete the SCVT trade courses.

The NCVT certificates qualify the candidates to apply for jobs at the national level; and SCVT certificates, for jobs at the state level.

12. Which ITI trades are best for females?

An array of ITI courses is available for female students. Among the popular choices in ITI programs for girls are Desktop Publishing, Stenographer (English and Hindi), Computer Operator, Sewing, Cutting, Hair Care, Skin Care, Fashion Designer, and Programming Assistant.

13. What does ITI qualification mean?

To be eligible to apply for the ITI trades, the candidate has to secure a minimum 10th pass qualification. They can apply for the ITI courses that require the applicant to pass 10th standard exams.

The duration of the ITI programs is between 1 year and 3 years, as per the chosen field. Then, if they successfully complete the ITI courses, they are awarded certificates. They become eligible to apply for ITI jobs armed with the certificates.

14. Which ITI courses can I pursue after completing the 10th standard?

The ITI aspirants who have passed their 10th standard exams can choose among a variety of trade programs. These include Architectural Draughtsmanship, Interior Designing, Computer Operator & Programming Assistant, Surveyor, Turner, Electrician, Mechanic (Diesel), Baker & Confectioner, Network Technician, Mechanic (Motor Vehicle), Fitter (Mechanical), and Mechanic (Computer Hardware) – to list a few.

15. What can I do after ITI?

After you complete the ITI trade courses, you have the option of applying for jobs or higher studies. If going for higher studies, then you can enroll in the diploma courses as per the lateral entry scheme. Under this arrangement, you are promoted to the 2nd year of the diploma programs directly.

To be eligible for diploma programs under the lateral entry scheme, you must complete an ITI course from recognized institutes. Also, you must have good knowledge of PCM or science subjects. This is important because proficiency in Mathematics is a requisite to pursue engineering.

16. What is the full form of NCVT?

The NCVT stands for the National Council for Vocational Training. The NCVT is a government advisory body that was formed by the Government of India during the year 1956. The objective was to provide vocational training to aspiring candidates, so they can work in a variety of trades to earn their livelihood.

17. Are ITI and Diploma the same?

ITI courses are different from diploma courses. The basic difference between the two sets is that ITIs offer Certificate courses while Polytechnic institutes have diploma programs. However, after completing your 10th standard, you become eligible to apply for both ITI and diploma courses.

18. Is ITI the same as the 12th?

ITI courses are not equivalent to 12th class. After passing your 12th standard exams, you can pursue undergraduate courses in various streams: Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science, and Management.

On the other hand, ITI courses impart vocational training. After completing the ITI courses, you receive certificates. Then, you can apply for jobs or pursue higher studies. ITI pass-outs can avail lateral entry into the 2nd year of diploma courses.