Globaleagle Institute

ITI Electrician.

Explore our diverse range of ITI Electrician​ programs

Welcome to GE Group of Institution, where we are committed to providing exceptional vocational training in the field of electrical engineering through our renowned Industrial Training Institute (ITI) Electrician Program. With our state-of-the-art facilities, experienced faculty, and industry-aligned curriculum, we ensure that our students are well-prepared to embark on successful careers as electricians.

Admission Process

  1. Application Submission:

    • Interested candidates can apply for admission to the ITI Electrician Program by filling out the online application form available on our website or by visiting our campus and obtaining the application form in person.
    • The application form must be completed accurately and submitted along with the required documents.
  2. Eligibility Criteria:

    • Candidates must have successfully completed their 10th standard (secondary school) education from a recognized board or institution.
    • Meeting the minimum eligibility criteria is essential for consideration for admission to the ITI Electrician Program.
  3. Document Verification:

    • After receiving the application forms, our admissions team will verify the documents submitted by the candidates to ensure that all information provided is accurate and complete.
    • Required documents may include:
      • Mark sheets or certificates of 10th standard examination
      • Birth certificate or proof of age
      • Passport-sized photographs
      • Any other documents as specified by the institution
  4. Selection Process:

    • Admission to the ITI Electrician Program is based on merit and the availability of seats.
    • Candidates may be required to appear for an entrance examination or interview, depending on the institution’s policies and procedures.
    • Shortlisted candidates will be notified of their selection status via email, phone, or through the institution’s official website.
  5. Fee Payment and Enrollment:

    • Selected candidates are required to pay the prescribed admission fees within the specified deadline to secure their admission to the ITI Electrician Program.
    • Upon successful payment of fees, candidates will be formally enrolled in the program and provided with further instructions regarding orientation, class schedules, and other relevant details.
  6. Orientation and Induction:

    • Prior to the commencement of classes, all newly enrolled students will participate in an orientation session where they will receive information about the ITI Electrician Program, curriculum, rules and regulations, facilities, and support services available at GE Group of Institution.
Faculty Expertise

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Career Opportunities​

  1. Electrician:

    • As trained electricians, graduates can work in a variety of settings, including residential, commercial, and industrial environments. They are responsible for installing, maintaining, and repairing electrical systems, equipment, and fixtures.
  2. Electrical Technician:

    • Electrical technicians provide technical support and assistance in the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of electrical systems and equipment. They work closely with engineers and other professionals to ensure the proper functioning of electrical systems.
  3. Electrical Maintenance Engineer:

    • Electrical maintenance engineers are responsible for ensuring the continuous operation and reliability of electrical systems and equipment. They conduct regular inspections, perform preventive maintenance tasks, and troubleshoot issues to minimize downtime and maximize efficiency.
  4. Electrical Supervisor:

    • Electrical supervisors oversee the work of electricians and other personnel involved in electrical projects. They coordinate activities, allocate resources, and ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget. They also enforce safety regulations and quality standards to maintain a safe and productive work environment.
  5. Electrical Contractor:

    • Graduates can also choose to become self-employed electrical contractors, providing a range of electrical services to clients, including installation, maintenance, and repair work. As contractors, they have the flexibility to work independently or establish their own electrical contracting firms.
  6. Electrical Sales Representative:

    • Some graduates may pursue careers in sales and marketing, representing manufacturers or distributors of electrical products and equipment. They provide product information, technical support, and assistance to customers, helping them select the right products for their needs.
  7. Further Education and Specialization:

    • Graduates of the ITI Electrician Program may also choose to pursue further education and specialization in specific areas of electrical engineering, such as power systems, renewable energy, automation, or electronics. Advanced certifications, diplomas, or degrees can enhance career prospects and open up new opportunities for advancement.

Facilities and Resources

  1. Electrical Laboratories:

    • Our dedicated electrical laboratories are equipped with modern equipment and tools necessary for hands-on training in electrical systems, wiring, circuits, and troubleshooting techniques.
  2. Workshops:

    • We have fully equipped workshops where students can gain practical experience in electrical installation, maintenance, and repair work under the guidance of experienced instructors.
  3. Computer Labs:

    • Our computer labs provide access to industry-standard software applications and simulation tools used in electrical engineering, allowing students to enhance their theoretical understanding and practical skills through computer-based simulations and exercises.
  4. Library and Study Resources:

    • Our library houses a vast collection of books, journals, periodicals, and online resources related to electrical engineering, providing students with valuable reference materials and research resources to support their academic studies and projects.
  5. Audiovisual Facilities:

    • We utilize audiovisual facilities such as multimedia classrooms and projectors to enhance the delivery of lectures, presentations, and demonstrations, making learning more engaging and interactive for students.
  6. Safety Equipment and Training:

    • Safety is our top priority. We provide students with access to personal protective equipment (PPE) and conduct regular safety training sessions to ensure that they are well-prepared to work safely in electrical environments.
  7. Industry-Relevant Equipment:

    • Our facilities are equipped with industry-relevant equipment and tools used in electrical engineering, allowing students to gain practical experience with the same tools and techniques used in real-world electrical projects and installations.

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