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July 1, 2022

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ITI Carpenter course is a one-year vocational training trade in carpentry. It is a non-technical trade that deals with the study of various aspects of woodcutting at construction sites. It is a popular course for candidates who have an interest in the field of carpentry. Are you one of them? If yes, and searching the details of the ITI carpenter course then you are at the right place. In this article, you can check out the complete details of the Carpenter ITI course.

Carpenter trade is also popular in ITI courses because it is a job-oriented course and the competition is also not high. You can pursue this carpenter trade course after passing in 8th standard from a recognized board of education. There are many private ITI and government ITI institutes available in India that offer ITI carpenter courses to students.

ITI Carpenter Course: Overview

Course ITI (Industrial Training Institutes)
Course Name (Trade) ITI Carpenter Trade
Course Level Certificate
Course Duration 1 Year
Eligibility 8th Passed
Admission Direct/Merit
Course Fees ₹1,000 – ₹5,000 (Government)
₹5,000 – ₹20,000 (Private)
Salary ₹1,20,000 – ₹2,40,000 per annum

What is Carpenter ITI Course?

Carpenter is a vocational trade in ITI known as ITI carpenter. ITI carpenter is a short term 1-year course about the study of cutting, shaping, polishing, fitting, pattern making of wood materials that are used in the construction, industrial work, daily life use, etc. In this course, you will be taught about the practice of making various kinds of furniture, the use of boring tools, paring tools, broadening joints, lengthening joints, etc.

You learn about the use of wood cutting and shaping machines. You can also learn about the use of sandpaper, plywood, nails, screws, jointers, sheets, etc. You will also be taught about different types of wood that are used in making goods. Basically, you get both practical and theoretical knowledge about carpentry.

Carpenter ITI trade comes under the Apprenticeship Training Scheme which is constituted under the Directorate General of Training (DGT), Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. There are two types of certificates in ITI, one is National Trade Certificate which is issued by National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) and another is State Trade Certificate which is issued by State Council for Vocational Training (SCVT).

ITI Carpenter Course Eligibility

Candidates who want to pursue the Carpenter ITI course from an ITI institute must have full fill out these eligibility criteria before admission:

  • Candidates must have passed in 8th standard.
  • Candidates should be passed from a recognized board of education.
  • The candidates should be at least 14 years age.

ITI Carpenter Course Duration

The duration of the ITI carpenter course is 1 year and the course is divided into two semesters. The duration of each semester is 6 months.

Duration:- 1 Year

ITI Carpenter Syllabus

S No. ITI Carpenter Subjects
1. Professional Knowledge
2. Professional Skills
3. Employability Skills
4. Workshop

1st Semester

Professional Knowledge (Trade Theory)
  • Safety Precautions
  • Introduction to Timber
  • Saw and the plane
  • Different Types of Plane
  • Hand Tools
  • Workshop Appliances
  • Angle Joint
  • Seasoning of Timber
  • Different Types of Scarf Joints
  • Preservation of Timber
  • Boring Tools
  • Conversion of Timber
  • Sand Paper
  • Staining
Professional Skills (Trade Practical)
  • Familiarization with the Workshop
  • Familiarization
  • Sawing Practice
  • Hand Tools and Portable Power Tools
  • Planning Practice
  • Chiselling Practice
  • Joint Practice
  • Demonstration and Making Dovetail Joints
  • A-Frame of Using Different type of Joints
  • Application of Boring Tools
  • Preparation of Surface
  • Furniture Polishing

2nd Semester

Professional Knowledge (Trade Theory)
  • Wood Working Machines
  • Introduction to Pattern Making
  • Split Patterns
  • Different Types of Timbers
  • Drilling Machine
  • Grinding Machine
  • Mortiser Machine
  • Universal Wood Working Machine
  • Core and Core Prints
  • Types of Window Frame
  • Principle of Repairing Work
  • Types of Hanging Plates
Professional Skills (Trade Practical)
  • Introduction and Demonstration
  • Demonstration and Use of the following Machines
  • Carpentry Building Work
  • Exercises in Simple Floor Construction
  • Exercises in Partition Construction
  • Repair of Furniture, Doors, and Windows.

ITI Carpenter Admission

There are mainly two processes through which ITI institutes take admission in the ITI carpenter course. One is direct admission and another is merit list based admission. Generally, private ITI institutes take direct admission without taking any entrance test whereas government institutes take merit list based admission. The application date for admission to government ITI institutes varies from state to state. Every state education board released the application form on their preferred date. So, you can check the dates by visiting the official website of your state board of education. Also, if you want to take admission to a private ITI institute then you visit the institute and get all the information related to your query.

Direct Admission:- In the Direct admission process, candidates only have to fill out the application form and submit it to the institutes. Also, candidates have to pay their application form fees.

Merit List Admission:- In merit-based admission, the selection is done on the basis of a merit list and the merit list is based on the basis of the candidate’s results which they got in their 8th class examination. So, if you got a good mark in your 8th examination then the chances of getting into government ITI institutes are high.

What Will I Learn?

  • 1st Semester
  • Professional Knowledge (Trade Theory)
  • Safety Precautions
  • Introduction to Timber
  • Saw and the plane
  • Different Types of Plane
  • Hand Tools
  • Workshop Appliances
  • Angle Joint
  • Seasoning of Timber
  • Different Types of Scarf Joints
  • Preservation of Timber
  • Boring Tools
  • Conversion of Timber
  • Sand Paper
  • Staining
  • Professional Skills (Trade Practical)
  • Familiarization with the Workshop
  • Familiarization
  • Sawing Practice
  • Hand Tools and Portable Power Tools
  • Planning Practice
  • Chiselling Practice
  • Joint Practice
  • Demonstration and Making Dovetail Joints
  • A-Frame of Using Different type of Joints
  • Application of Boring Tools
  • Preparation of Surface
  • Furniture Polishing
  • 2nd Semester
  • Professional Knowledge (Trade Theory)
  • Wood Working Machines
  • Introduction to Pattern Making
  • Split Patterns
  • Different Types of Timbers
  • Drilling Machine
  • Grinding Machine
  • Mortiser Machine
  • Universal Wood Working Machine
  • Core and Core Prints
  • Types of Window Frame
  • Principle of Repairing Work
  • Types of Hanging Plates
  • Professional Skills (Trade Practical)
  • Introduction and Demonstration
  • Demonstration and Use of the following Machines
  • Carpentry Building Work
  • Exercises in Simple Floor Construction
  • Exercises in Partition Construction
  • Repair of Furniture, Doors, and Windows.
Course Curriculum

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