Shivam School Of ITI

About Us

The primary objectives of Shivam Group of Institutions is to make people fit for job as skilled worker in the industries of India and abroad. The objective is also to develop capability for entrepreneurship amongst the local people by making them capable of managing small and cottage industries. The objective also includes making people fit for self employment.


Shivam Industrial Training Center is located just 2 km from Dist. Headquarter B. Deoghar. The world famous Holy Place Baba Baidyanath Dham, and just 7 km from Hawrah - New Delhi Main Railway Track one of the most busiest railway station ie Jasidih.


The Institutes conduct Craftsman Training Scheme Courses of the National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT), Directorate General of Employment & Training Govt. of India in the following Trades :-

  1. Electrician
  2. Fitter (Recognisation is awaited)
  3. Diesel (Machanic)
The Passed out Trainees of the above trades are eligible for National Trade Certificate issued by NCVT. Govt of India.

Duration of the Courses :-
Two Years Duration - (1) Electrician (2) Fitter
One Years Duration - (1) Diesel (Machanic)
Recognition of Trade Courses
The Govt has recognize the above Trades for employment staf under the Central Government.

Eligibility for Admission

The trade trainees are admitted with the procedure laid down in the training manual of DGET The age of a candidate should not be less than 14 years and not more than 40 years on the closing date of admission in respect of the requirement of educational qualification, the trade wise prescribed qualifications to be eligible for admission are given below :-

SI.No. Trade Prescribed qualification for admission
1. Electrician Class X pass with science formthe secondary school.
Examination Board of any state government or its equivalent.
2. Fitter Class X pass from the any secondary school examination board.
3. Diesel (Machanic) Do

Recognition of Trade Certificates
The Govt of India has decided to recognize the Trade Certificates for purpose of recruitment to subordinate posts and services under the Central Government.

Prescribed Working Hours for Trade Trainers
The weekly working hours has been prescribed by the DGET as follow :-
a) Practical Instruction : 28 hours per week
b) Theoretical Instruction : 10 hours per week

1. Trade Theory 4 hours per week
2. Workshop Science & Calculation 2 hours per week
3. Engineering Drawing 2 hours per week
4. Social Studies 1 hours per week
5. Entrepreneurship Training 1 hours per week

c) Extra Curricular activities eg .,
Library studies , physical training etc. 4 hours per week
Total 42 hours per week


The All India Trade Test is conducted by National Council for Vocational Training Consists of five Subjects, viz

  1. Practical Including sessional work
  2. Trade theory, including sessional work
  3. Workshop Calculation and Science, including sessional work
  4. Social Studies
The total marks and the minimum marks required for a pass for the different subjects in the trade test will be as follows:-
SI.No. Subject for the Trade Test Max Marks for each sub. Min% for pass Min marks required Subjects applicable for the trades
1. Practical (including Sessional work) 400 (Practical Test 300)(Sessional work - 100) 60% 240 All Trades
2. Trade theory including 120 (Written 40% test - 100 Sessional work. 20) 40% 48 All Trades
3. Workshop Calculation & Science Including Sessional Work 60 (Written Test- 50 sessional work - 10) 40% 24 All Trades
4. Eng. Drawing 70 40% 28 All Trades except Superveroy
5. Social Studies 50 35% 18 All Trades
Total 700 358 All trades Except Surveroy trade which is exempted from Engg. Drawing

1. If a trainee fails in one or more subjects, he may be allowed to appear in the subsequent test.

2. A trainee who passes in one or more subjects in the final test shall be granted exemption from appearing in the subsequent test in the subject already passed by him.

3. Five additional chances may be given to a failed trainee within a period of three years pass the final trade test for the award of National Trade Certificate / Trade Certificate.

4. Each Trainee will submit his sessional work to the chairman indicating his roll number. The chairman will give the sessional work to the examiner concerned for evaluation The evaluation should be done on the basis of (i) the progress cards of the trainees, (ii) exercises done by him duning his training period (iii) class ote books and records etc. . Kept by him, and (iv) The periodical assessment made a few questions related to the trade may be asked by the examiner concerned dunng practical examination A few simple questions on social studies may also be asked.

SI.No. Nature of Offence / Unfair means
1. Writing the name or any distinctive remarks on the answer book.
2. Writing answer on the question paper
3. Leaving the examination hall without permission of the invigilation staff until the paper is finished
4. Disorderly conduct / rude behavior impersonal threatening the invigilating staff
5. Found in possession of indiscriminate material in his person
6. Exchange anser book with other trainee
7. Found copying in the examination on giving assistance of any kind of involving to do so.
8. Tearing off any page of the book / supple mentary answer book.
9. Contacting or trying to contact any other persons answer during examination time.
10. While checking answer books, it is noticed that the tranee has copied from some book or from answer book of other tranee.

Recommended Punishment
The trainee may be disqualified from passing the examination in that year by the chairman of examination, and for any further punishment committee consisting of head of the institute and two senior staff members preferably of grade A or B should conduct an inquiry and recommend the amount of punishment including debarring from appearing in subsequent examination up to a period of three years however the trainee may be given an opportunity for explanation his conduct before the final decision of awarding the punishment is taken concerned authorities. The state Director / Director of Institute under DGET will have full authority to give a final decision in the matter

Minimum Compulsory Attendance for Trainees.

a) The minimum compulsory attendance for trainees in reagard to their eligibility for the final trade test has been fixed at 80 percent of the actual number of working days.

b) For purpose of calculating 80 percent of the actual number taken will be number of days for which attendance was marked in the attendance register during the period between the day of his admission and the date of the beginning of the trade test. There may be cases in which the attendance of a trainee falls short of 80% due to reasons beyond his control. In such cases no hard and fast rules can be laid down. If a trainee has not missed essential training, the shortage of attendance, if due to cause beyond his control, should be condoned.

c) Where a trainee absent himself for more than half number of days, for whatever reasons he should not be allowed to continue his training. Where, however, the absence is due to unavoidable circumstances and the trainee has the required aptitude and capacity to make a good skilled craftsman, the State Director in charge of the training scheme should decided each case on its merit and admit the candidate for further training along with the senior batch provided there are vacancies in the trade concerned. The re - admitted will not to be allowed a stipend.

d) The hours lost on the shop floor by a trainee due to absence over the prescribed minium of 80% attendance should be made up by the trainees by working in the other shift to the extent necessary to make up the loss in training without providing any additional equipment and staff The assigenment to the trainee may be made up by his instructor and the work may be supervised by the instructor in charge of the shift in which the trainee works This concession should however be given only to those trainees who loss training for reasons beyond their control and not for those who remain absent frequently for trivial reasons

Suspension and Discharge

1. The management may discharge at its discretion such trainees as are recommended for discharge by the principal of the Institute on account of unsatisfactory progress in training misconduct etc.

2. Pending of claims, the principal of the Institute may suspend the trainee for good and proper reasons.

3. where a trainee under suspension is subsequently exonerated with or without fine, he may be allowed to complete his training and to sit for the trade test, he has covered prescribed training course.

Progress Card

A progress card in the prescribed from should be maintained in respect of every trainee from the date of admission to the institute. The card should be brought up - to - date each week by the Instructor concerned.