DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION VOCATIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL TRAINING HIMACHAL PRADESH
Vision Statement of I.T.I. Solan (H.P.)
“We at I.T.I. Solan (H.P.) will impart futuristic Technical Education and install high patterns of discipline through our dedicated staff who shall get global standards, making our students technologically superior and ethically strong who in turn shall improve the quality of life of the human race”.
Date of Formation of IMC Chairman : : 1. 27th July, 1999 Shri Ashok Das Gupta, General Manager, Dabur India Limited, Baddi (w.e.f. July 1999 to June 2003) 2. Capt. Alok Sharma, C.E.O. and M.D., Forge India Ltd., Parwanoo (w.e.f January 2003 to 16.12.2003) 3. Sh. Satish Malhotra, Managing Director, Horological Components (P) Ltd. 47, Sector-1, Parwanoo (w.e.f. 17.12.2003 till now) Er. Shivender Doegar 01792-223753 firstname.lastname@example.org
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CONSTITUTION OF IMC FOR ITI SOLAN:After recommendation of Confederation of Indian Industry, CII (NR), DGE&T, Ministry of Labour, Government of India, New Delhi, I.T.I. Solan in Himachal Pradesh has been selected as “Pilot Project” alongwith 4 other ITI’s in the country for improvement of Industry-Institute Interface. In this connection, Government of Himachal Pradesh has notified the constitution of two committees viz “INSTITUTE MANAGING COMMITTEE (IMC)” for ITI Solan and “STEERING COMMITTEE” vide notification No. EDN/TE/A (2)/96 dated 25th November 1998 and modified notification vide No. EDN/TE/A(2)/96 dated 27th July, 1999. The following are the present members of IMC for ITI, Solan: 2
Sh. Satish Malhotra, Managing Director Horological Components (P) Ltd. 47,Sector-1, Parwanoo Ms. Madhu Pillai Director, CII (NR), Chandigarh Representative of DGE&T, Ministry of Labour, Government of India, New Delhi Representative from Directorate of Tech. Edu. Voc. & Indl. Training (H.P.) Sundernagar, Distt. Mandi Shri Sunil Taneja Managing Director, IND SPHINX Precision Ltd. 28, Sector-5, Parwanoo Distt. Solan (H.P.) Sh. Anil Sehgal Managing Partner, Micro Turners,Vill. Naryal, Parwanoo Distt. Solan (H.P.) Sh. Pramod Pedgaonkar Training Manager, COLGATE- Palmolive (India) 78, EPIP, Phase-1, Baddi, District Employment Officer, Solan, District Solan (H.P.) Sh. T.R.Thakur, Group Instructor,ITI, Solan Trainee, ITI, Solan, District Solan (H.P.) Er. Shivender Doegar, Principal, ITI, Solan, District Solan (HP)
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE INSTITUTE MANAGING COMMITTEE (IMC)
(i) (ii) Generation and Utilization of Finance: The IMC would be free to generate funds through various projects from Industry. These funds would be available to the IMC for utilization as decided by them. Student Selection: Vocational guidance about the nature of course, job opportunities and career prospects would be provided to students prior to applying for admission in I.T.I. so that they choose right courses. Introductory seminars for the fresh students (including visits to industry) may be conducted by industry to create interest and motivate them. The IMC may adopt various transparent methods of selection according to the individual needs of each institute. However, the guidelines prescribed by the NCVT should not be violated. Examination Supervision: Theoretical examinations will be jointly supervised by Industry. Practical examination and evaluation will be supervised jointly by Industry and external examiners. Faculty Evaluation:Faculty evaluation will be done by the Steering Committee and their recommendations will carry weight and recognition. Faculty development form will be designed by IMC, which will include criteria for gradation and development of faculty. Teaching Aids:Teaching aids like working models, sides, video projections, and instruction material in vernacular languages, workbooks, detailed job assignments of the Institute will be upgraded under the supervision of IMC. MIS System:Under guidance of the Steering Committee the Managing Committee will introduce an MIS System for each ITI. CII will provide the necessary inputs for creating such MIS system. Employment: The IMC will be responsible for helping student in registration. Before passing out all ITI students will be registered with (a) Local Employment Exchange (b) Overseas Employment Cell (c) Regional Headquarters of CII (d) Campus Interview will also be arranged.
Trainees will be helped by the Industry to go in for self-employment through acquisition of skills relating to interaction with Financial Institute and basic trade and commerce facilities. Faculty & Staff Development:IMC will identify the training needs of all faculty development forms. Detailed annual and quarterly training calendar, budgets and release of personnel for training Programmes will be planned by IMC including exchange of personnel between Industry and Institute. Industrial Training:IMC will prepare guidelines for the industrial training with details of period of training including projects for students and faculty. Students of one trade may be released together for industrial training in order to avoid disruption of training of I.T.I. IMC will also decide about the stipend to be paid to each student and faculty by the industry providing training. Transfer for Faculty:IMC will be taken into confidence while transferring the faculty from one Institute to another. Maintenance:The maintenance and replacement of the equipment at the Institute will be supervised by IMC. Capital Expenditure:IMC will be consulted for spelling out specifications for the procurement of equipment including accessories and measuring equipment. Curriculum Revamping:IMC will be allowed to revamp the curriculum of any trade above the NCVT norms on the basis of industry needs. IMC will be allowed to include new trades and discontinue the obsolete trades by following simplified procedures to be decided by DGET. Faculty Deputation:Deputation of the faculty from one Institute to another will be made at the recommendations of IMC. Consultancy Rule:The rules for providing consultancy by the ITI will be laid down in consultation with the IMC. One-Day Lecturers (Guest Lecturers):IMC will nominate Mentors & One-day Lecturers (Guest Lecturers) from industry for various trades. One day lecturers are specially meant to deliver lectures or impart practical training in the ITI.
(xvii) Mentors from Industry: IMC will nominate Mentors from industry for various trades. A mentor is nominated for a student or group of students belonging to one trade. Mentor may just discuss/guide/counsel students in the ITI or outside as per mutual convenience. He can, however, also deliver lecture or impart practical training. Mentors are more like role model for students and therefore, should be a good-experienced skilled worker. Mentor will play an important role in vocational guidance and career counseling as well as apprising students about latest technologies and trends in the world of work. Mentorship System should have great flexibility in contact between students and mentor. The contact could even be over telephone. (xix) Seminars, Workshops and Exhibitions:-
IMC will organize Seminar, workshops and exhibitions for mutual benefits for trainees, faculty and industry.
Trade Advisory Committee (TAC):IMC may constitute Trade Advisory Committee (TAC) for a group of trades or any other committee to assist it various functions. TAC should help IMC in issues related to improvement in effectiveness and relevance of training for a particular trade group. TAC should have trade experts from Industry, concerned instructors, student representatives etc. The exact composition may be decided by the IMC.
MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS OF IMC FOR ITI SOLAN
"ISO-9001-2000" Certification for ITI, Solan :It was decided in the 8th Meeting of IMC for ITI Solan held on 14th February 2001 at M/s Dabur India Ltd. Baddi that " ISO-9001-2000 Certification" for Quality of Training will be obtained for ITI Solan. Mr. S.S.S. Rao, Senior Manager, Quality Assurance, M/s Dabur India Limited, Baddi, District Solan conducted an Introductory Seminar on ISO-9000 on 9th November 2001 in ITI, Solan. About 30 staff members along with Principal attended the said seminar. Shri Satinder Pal Malik, Chemist, M/s Dabur India Limited, Baddi assisted Shri Rao for conducting the seminar. A team from ICL Certifications Ltd. , has done the final ISO audit of ITI Solan on 28th December,2004 and has recommended ISO-9001-2000 certification for ITI Solan. Govt. I.T.I. Solan has been certified as “ISO-9001: 2000” by International Certifications Ltd. On 10th January,2005 Thus I.T.I. Solan has become first Govt. I.T.I. in Himachal Pradesh as well as in the country (as per our knowledge) to achieve ISO-9001:2000 certification. I.T.I. Solan has also become the first Educational Institute in Solan city to get ISO-9001-2000 certification.
“Center of Excellence” in Electronics Sector for ITI Solan:ITI Solan has been selected among 100 ITI’s in the country by DGE&T(Directorate General of Employment & Training), Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India for Centrally Sponsored Plan Scheme of Up gradation of ITI’s into “Centers of Excellence” in “Electronics Sector”. In India only six ITI’s has been selected for Electronics Sector. Other ITI’s are ITI Gwalior in M.P., ITI Hosur and ITI Coimbatore in Tamilnadu, ITI Kanpur & ITI Agra in Utter Pradesh.
These centers will be providing “Multiskill Training” to meet the skill requirement of particular sector of industry with the active involvement of the industry in all aspects of training. The training will be provided in three parts as under: (i) (ii) Training in Basic Skill Areas for a period of one year Training in Advanced Modules for next six months The testing and certification for the basic skill training during first year and also for advanced training during next six months will be conducted by NCVT (National Council for Vocational Training) (iii) Training in Specialized Modules mainly in the industry (The course Curricula, duration etc. will be designed in consultations with the IMC (Institute Managing Committee)/Local Industry. The trade testing & certification for this component will be done jointly by the State Government & Industry. Said certificate will be recognized by NCVT The training Programme will have multi-entry and multi-exit provisions: (i) (ii) (iii) Trainees can opt to go to Labour Market after completing Broad Based Training of one year as well as after completing 1½ years of training Trainees can come back after some time to seek admission for advanced/specialized training in another module. ITI pass out trainees of the particular trade(s) from the conventional system can seek admission for advanced/specialized training
Financial Details of Scheme:(a) (b) (c) Civil Works Machinery & Equipment Other Expenditures TOTAL : : : : Rs. 40 lacs Rs. 75 lacs Rs. 45 lacs Rs. 160 lacs
IMC Meetings: Till June, 2006, 16 meetings of IMC for ITI Solan have been held. 9 meetings out of 14 were held in different Industries& one at CII (NR) Chandigarh & 5 in ITI Solan Year wise Bifurcation of IMC Meetings:Sr. Year No. No. of IMC Meeting held 03 04 03 01 02 01 01 01 16 No. of Meeting held in Industries 02 03 03 --01 01 10 No. of Meeting held in I.T.I. No. of Meeting held in CII(HQ) Chandigarh ---01 ---01
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Total
01 01 --02 --01 05
One-Month In-Plant Industrial Training: Till June 2006, 909 trainees of different trades of this Institute have been sent to 332 Industries for One-Month In-Plant Industrial Training as per training calendar prepared by IMC. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no provision of sending the trainees for onemonth In-Plant Industrial Training Year-wise bifurcation for One month In-Plant Industrial Training :Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Total No. of Trainees send 181 170 151 137 156 96 18 909 No. of Industries 86 90 44 31 63 16 01 332 Remarks
Industrial Tours/Visits: -
Till June 2006, 1182 trainees of different trades of this Institute have visited 88 Industries after formation of IMC Before the constitution of IMC, only 84 trainees were sent to 5 industries in the previous 3 years. Year wise Bifurcation of Industrial Tours:Sr. No. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Total No. of trainee 174 14 207 44 34 280 231 240 1182 No. of Industrial Visits 12 03 23 06 08 18 12 10 88 No. of Instructor Deputed 09 01 12 03 04 23 16 15 75
Placement of Passed Out Trainees:The placement rate of passed out trainees has increased sharply after formation of IMC. Before the constitution of IMC for ITI Solan, the placement rate was 26%
The placement rate for passed out trainees in July, 1999 CTS Examination was 71.2%. The placement rate for passed out trainees in March, 2000 CTS Examination was 67.85%. The placement rate for passed out trainees in July, 2000 CTS Examination was 78.2%. The placement rate for passed out trainees in July, 2001 CTS Examination was 82.1%. The placement rate for passed out trainees in July, 2002 CTS Examination was 75.64%. The placement rate for passed out trainees in July, 2003 CTS Examination was 87.34%. The placement rate for passed out trainees in July, 2004 CTS Examination was 88.32%. The placement rate for passed out trainees in July, 2004 CTS Examination was 90.00%.
Campus Interview: -
After formation of IMC, more and more Industries are conducting Campus Interview in the Institute. Till June 2006,178 Industries located in the State and out of State have conducted Campus Interview and they selected 2296 trainees of different trades. Out of these 2296 candidates, 1289 were selected from ITI Solan and 1007 from other ITI’s of Himachal Pradesh. Before the constitution of IMC, only 48 trainees were selected by 8 industries in the previous 3 years Year wise Details of Campus Interview held:Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 No. Of Campus Interview held 08 18 12 13 22 33 52 20 178 No. of candidates selected I.T.I., Solan Other ITI’s Total 49 49 117 23 140 99 11 110 82 17 99 174 78 252 219 249 468 427 414 841 122 215 337 1289 1007 2296
Examination Supervision of Theory as well as Practical: Chairman IMC for ITI Solan is regularly deputing the observers from Industries during Examination w.e.f. March, 2000-CTS Supplementary Examination. Till June 2006, 46 No. of observers from 43 Industries have been deputed by Chairman IMC during 20 different CTS and ATS Examinations. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no provision of deputing observer from industries during Examinations. Year wise Bifurcation of Observers from industries for Examination Supervision:-
Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Total
No. of Examinations Held 03 03 04 02 03 03 02 20
No. of Observers from Industries 09 07 10 02 09 06 03 46
No. of Industries 06 07 10 02 09 06 03 43
Lectures by Experts from Industries: Experts from Industries/other Establishments are also delivering specific lecture to the trainees/staff of this Institute.
Till June 2006, 111 No. of experts from Industries/other establishment have delivered specific lectures from 69 Industries/Organizations in this Institution. Experts from Industries Sh. Ashok Batra, Head (HR), Dabur India Ltd., Baddi has also delivered lectures on the topic of Social Study Subject of ITI Syllabus during the period when the post of Instructor (Social Study) was vacant in this Institute. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no such provision.
Year wise Bifurcation of Lectures by Experts from Industries/other establishments:-
Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
No. of Experts involved 06 27 13 17 21 13 14 111
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Total
No. of Industries/other establishments 04 19 06 10 15 06 09 69
Generation of Internal Funds: After the formation of IMC, Internal Funds amounting to Rs. 9,89,377.00 have been generated by ITI, Solan till June, 2006. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no revenue generation of internal funds. Year-wise bifurcation for Internal Revenue Generation (I.R.G.)-
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Total
2,375.00 1, 59,417.00 1,23,737.00 2,14,874.00 83,190.00 2,37,449.00 97,716.00 70,619.00 9,89,377.00
10. Utilization of IMC Fund: Till June 2006, funds amounting to Rs. 1,67,211.00 have been utilized to purchase new Machinery & equipments and repair of M&E. Till June 2006, funds amounting to Rs. 3,26,381.00 have been distributed to 744 trainees as stipend during One Month In-Plant Industrial Training. Till June 2006, funds amounting to Rs. 1,76,901/- has been paid as Labour Charges/ Honorarium to Students and Staff for doing different types of Job Work/Electrical wiring work Till June 2006, funds amounting to Rs. 20,376/- has been paid as Traveling Expenses to Staff for providing their services for various activities of IMC. Till June 2006, funds amounting to Rs. 81,715/- has been paid as Honorarium to Staff for different IMC work. Year wise Detail of Utilization of IMC Funds: -
Purchase of Stipend to Machinery Students Equipments for In-Plant Tools Training. 45,100/11,225/44,525/13,225/5,963/45923/1,250/62,400/47,360/28,425/98,300/30,000/27,000/-
Honorarium to Students Staff for Job Work 400/-23,950/12,168/-
Hon. To staff for Different IMC work ----45,755/22,179/-
Exp. On Misc. TA of Exp staff for IMC work -----1,259/-
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
115/- 1,08,015/58,585/66,859/50/- 2,17,854/-
13,781/- 13,086/- 60,524/- 2,03,822/4,202/- 33,065/- 1,58,945/3,088/1,106/54,623/-
Total 1,67,211/- 3,26,381/- 1,76,901/- 81,715/- 20,376/- 96,119/- 8,68,703/-
11. MIS System: IMC has developed 6 point MIS System viz MIS-1: Finance, MIS-2: Student Performance, MIS-3: Industrial Training, MIS-4: Instructors Deputation, MIS-5: Industry Experts Involvement, MIS-6: Faculty Status for improvement in the monitoring, evaluation and reporting system in ITI’s.
Four new MIS has been introduced w.e.f. January 2003 viz. MIS-7: Campus Interview, MIS-8: Internal Revenue Generation, MIS-9: Utilization of IMC Funds, MIS-10: Industrial Tours/Visits Before the constitution of IMC, there was no such provision of MIS system.
12. Introduction of Computer in Steno (English) Trade: Keeping in view the needs of modern offices in Industries and various other Establishments, IMC for ITI Solan has decided to introduce a 3-month module of training on “Use of Computer in Office” in addition to NCVT Syllabus. One Computer Pentium-III, Colour Printer, Model and UPS has been purchased from IMC Funds and was installed in Steno (English) Trade on 12th November 2000. Before the constitution of IMC, Principal/Head of institution was not empowered to make such changes.
13. Deputation of Instructors in Industries: Till June 2006, 193 Instructors have been deputed to 449 Industries during OneMonth In-Plant Industrial Training and Industries Tours/Visits. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no such provision. Year-wise bifurcation for deputation of instructor in industries :Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Total No. of Instructors deputed 09 18 28 18 18 21 32 24 193 No. of Industries 07 89 113 49 38 89 47 17 449 Remarks
14. Involvement of Experts from Industries for Maintenance and Repair of Machinery & Equipment of ITI, Solan: Maintenance Experts from different Industries like Dabur India Ltd. Baddi are visiting this Institute for maintenance and repair of machines of ITI, Solan.
Till June 2006, 8Maintenance Experts from Industries has repaired 8 lathes machines in Turner Section, 2 Shapers and one Radial Drilling Machine in Machinist Section. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no such provision.
15. Donation of Tools, Machinery and Equipments by Industries: Shri Lalit Verma, M.D. Power Tech (India) Limited, Baddi has donated 4 gear hobbling cutters amounting to Rs. 18,400/- to Machinist Section of ITI, Solan. Ms. Dabur India Ltd Baddi has donated an amount of Rs 3000/- for spare parts of Lathe Machines M/s Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India ltd. has donated a Scooter to ITI Solan on 15th October, 2003 amounting to Rs.32, 834/Sh. Anil Sehgal, Managing Partner of Micro Turners, Naryal, Parwanoo has donated 7 Nos. of HSS Tool Bits (used) amounting to Rs.525/-and raw material of End Pieces of Bright Bar about 28 kg. amounting to Rs. 700/Capt. Alok Sharma, CEO & M.D., Forge India Ltd., Parwanoo has donated 50 pieces of rejected Forgings weighing about 65 kg. amounting to Rs. 8,000/- for trial of machining for trainees of Turner & Machinist Trade. M/s NEWAGE Logic Systems, Solan, has donated P.C. Motherboard of 286 & 386 amounting to Rs. 3,200/- for Electronics trade. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no such provision. Details of Donation of Tools, Machinery and Equipments:Machinery, Equipment, donated Qty Tools
Sr. Name and Address of No Industries .
1. M/s Power Tech (India) 167,Industrial Area, Phase-II, Baddi-173205 M.D.: Er. Lalit Verma M/s Power Tech (India) 167,Industrial Area, Phase-II, Baddi-173205 M.D.: Er. Lalit Verma M/s Power Tech (India) 167,Industrial Area, Phase-II, Baddi-173205 M.D.: Er. Lalit Verma M/s Power Tech (India) 167,Industrial Area, Phase-II, Baddi-173205 Ms. Dabur India Ltd., Baddi, Distt. Solan(H.P.) Honda Motor Cycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd., Plot No. 1, Sector 3, IMT
Month & year
Approx. Cost in Rs.
Hobe Cutter, 10/12, D.P., H.S.S for Gear Hobbing Machine Hobe Cutter, 14 D.P., H.S.S. for Gear Hobbing Machine Hobe Cutter, 10/12 D.P., H.S.S. for Gear Hobbing Machine Gear Hobbing Cutter H.S.S. Module-2, Size: 4 x 54 x 22 mm Spare Parts for repair of Lathe Machine Scooter
Sept., 2001 July, 2002 Octobe r 2003
Machinist Turner Mech. Motor Vehicle
Manesar, Distt. Gurgaon (Haryana) 122050 Micro Turners, Vill. Naryal, Parwanoo Managing Partner: Sh. Anil Sehgal Forge India Ltd., Parwanoo Capt. Alok Sharma, CEO & M.D., M/s NEWAGE Logic Systems, Solan Auro Textile, Vardhman Fabrics, Sai Road, Baddi
(i)HSS Tool Bits (used) (ii) Raw material of End Pieces of Bright Bar 50 pieces of rejected Forgings P.C. Motherboard of 286 P.C Motherboard of 386 Bus Fare for Plant Visit/In-Plant Interview
7 28 kg. 65 kg.
April, 2004 May, 2004 June, 2004
Turner Machinist Electronics -
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16. INTERNET Connection: ITI Solan (HP) has been connected through INTERNET w.e.f. April 2001 from IMC Funds. Thus it is First ITI in Himachal Pradesh, which has INTRNET Connection. With this facility, the communication speed with the Industries has been increased to a great extent. Now we are sending the lists of passed out trainees to Industries through e-mail as per their requirement. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no such provision.
17. Training of Faculty: After formation of IMC, 151 No. of Instructors/Staff Members were deputed to 55 No. of Establishments/Institutions/Industries for Short Term Courses till June 2006. Before the constitution of IMC, 12 staff members were deputed for training in Govt./other institution for training for the last 3 years. Year-wise bifurcation for deputation of instructor in industries :Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 No. of Instructors /Staff deputed for training 02 09 13 16 22 68 No. of Industries 02 03 10 12 10 06 Remarks
2005 2006 TOTAL
07 13 151
05 07 55
18. Fax Facility: Digital Scanner and Modem has been purchased from IMC Funds, which are used for fax facility through computer. Fax Machine has also installed in the institution in September 2003 which was purchased from IMC Funds. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no such provision.
19. Filling up of various vacant posts in ITI Solan: After formation of IMC for ITI, Solan and on recommendation of Chairman of IMC, the Directorate of Technical Education, Vocational and Industrial Training, H.P. has filled up 26 No. of posts of Instructors and other staff till June 2006.
20. Faculty Development Form: Faculty development form has been designed by IMC, which is filled up twice in year by faculty members for monitoring their progress. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no such provision.
21. Closure of Unpopular Trade: Directorate of Technical Education, Vocational and Industrial Training, H.P. has closed Surveyor Trade w.e.f. August, 2000 Session Before the constitution of IMC, no unpopular trade was closed.
22. Introduction of New Trade/ Short Term (Part-Time Courses): New trade of Hair & Skin Care (Beautician) has started w.e.f. August, 2003 Session One additional unit each in Electronics trade and Mech. Motor Vehicle Trade has started w.e.f. August, 2003 Session Six –months Short Term (Part-Time) Course on “Basic Electronics” & “Hair & Skin Care (Beautician)” has started in this institution w.e.f. 19th January,2004. One additional unit each in Machinist trade and Welder(Gas & Electric) Trade has started w.e.f. August, 2004 Session New trade of Embroidery & Needle Work has started w.e.f. August, 2005 Session New trade of Computer Operator & Programming Assistant (COPA) has started w.e.f. August, 2005 Session Before the constitution of IMC, no new trade was stared for the last 20 years.
23. Vocational Guidance for candidates applying for admission: Vocational guidance about the course, job opportunities and career prospects were given to candidates while applying for admission in August, 2001 Session. , August 2002 Session, August, 2003 session , August 2004 session and August,2005 session. Video Cassette on the functioning of ITI and training in different trade was shown in the Local Cable TV Network before admission in August 2001 Session, August 2002 session, August 2003 session , August 2004 and August,2005 session. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no such provision.
24. Introduction of Computer in Steno (Hindi) Trade: Keeping in view the needs of modern offices in Industries and various other Establishments, IMC for ITI Solan has decided to introduce a 3-month module of training on “Use of Computer in Office” in addition to NCVT Syllabus. One Computer Pentium-IV, Modem and UPS has been purchased from IMC Funds and has installed in Steno (Hindi) Trade w.e.f 28th November 2002 Before the constitution of IMC, Principal/Head of institution was not empowered to make such changes.
25. Mentors from Industries: It was decided in the meeting to nominate the following two Mentors from Industries initially on experimental basis for two trade groups only of ITI, Solan. Mentor may just discuss/guide/counsel students in the ITI or outside as per mutual convenience. He can, however, also deliver lecture or impart practical training. Mentors are more like role model for students and therefore, should be a good-experienced skilled worker. Mentor will play an important role in vocational guidance and career counseling as well as apprising students about latest technologies and trends in Industries so as to bridge the gap between “World of Work” and “World of Study”. Mentorship System should have great flexibility in contact between students and mentor. The contact could even be over telephone. Shri A.B. Singh, Maintenance Expert from Dabur India Limited Baddi was nominated as Mentor from Mechanical Group Trainees of Fitter, Turner and Machinist Trade Trainees. Till June 2006, 3 mentors from industries has interacted with 128 trainees of 9 trades as under:-
Sr. No. 1. 2. 3.
Name of Mentor Sh.A.B.Singh Sh.A.B.Singh Sh. Anil Kr Dhiman
Date of visit 28.11.2002 21.2.2003 24.5.2004
Dabur India Ltd. Baddi Dabur India Ltd. Baddi Micro Turners, Parwanoo
Interaction with No. of trainees 22 31 75
Turner (Jr. & Sr.) Fitter (Jr. & Sr.) Fitter(Sr.)-17, Turner(Sr.)-13 Fitter(Jr.)-17, Turner(Jr.)-14 Machinist-14 09
Before the constitution of IMC, there was no provision.
One Day Lecturers (Guest Lecturer): It was decided in the meeting that services of Experts from Industries will be taken as One-Day Lecturer to deliver lecture on imparting practical training in the ITI. Ms. Geeta Sachdeva, Senior Manager-HR, Gabriel India Limited, Parwanoo has delivered the lectures on 7Qs and 5-S to the trainees of ITI Solan. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no provision.
27. Organizing of Exhibition: ITI Solan has organized 7 exhibitions in State Level Shoolini Fair held at Solan in the year 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006. ITI Solan has also organized 5 exhibitions in ITI Campus on 11.7.2001, 2.7.2002, 28.6.2003, 2.7.2004 & 29.6.2005 ITI Solan has organized 1 exhibition in State Level TECH FEST-2003 at Directorate of Technical Education, Vocational & Industrial Training, H.P. Sundernagar w.e.f.28.12.2003 to 30.12.2003. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no provision.
28. Organizing of Free Pollution Check Camp for collaboration with M/s Sikand & Company, Solan:
The Instructor and trainees of Mechanic Motor Vehicle Trade of ITI Solan have organized free Pollution Check Camps, 1 in year 2000 and 2 in year 2002 and 1 in 2003 in collaboration with M/s Sikand & Company, Solan and Motor Vehicle Inspector, Solan using the pollution check machines of ITI, Solan for petrol and diesel driven vehicles. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no provision.
29. Transfer of Faculty: The IMC for ITI Solan has decided that the Chairman of Institute Managing Committee will be taken into confidence while transferring any Staff Members from this Institute to other. Before the constitution of IMC, there was no provision.
30. Expectation of Industry from Institute: The Industries have desired only one aim and goal from the Institute that the quality of training in ITI Solan should be improved to the best so that quality of product from Institute will have more job opportunities in the Industries and this will further increase the placement of passed out trainees of this Institute.
31. Visit of IMC Members/ Officials from other States: Sh. Ashok Mittal, Chairman, IMC for ITI Director, Ultratech Metals (India) Ltd. Jaipur 20.6.2002 to see the functioning of IMC for workshops and had interaction with staff and institution. Jaipur (Rajasthan) cum Managing has visited this Institution on dated ITI Solan (HP) He visited all the trainees of various trades of this
The following officials from Utter Pradesh State have visited this Institute on 14.2.2003. to see the functioning of IMC for ITI Solan (HP) They visited all the workshops and had interaction with staff and trainees of various trades of this institution and also participated in the 12th meeting of IMC for ITI Solan held in the Institution on 14th Feb. 2003. Sr. No. 01 02 Name Sh. Sushil Kumar Yadav Sh. S.K. Sharma Designation/Organization Joint Labour Commissioner, G.T. Road, Kanpur, Utter Pradesh Phone No. 0512-2218903 Addl. Director (Training & Emp.), Directorate of Training &
Ms. Monika Kumar
04 05 06
Ms. Himani Joshi Sh. S.P. Mishra Sh. B.B. Majumdar
Sh. Ramesh Yadav
Employment, Bans Maundy, Lucknow Phone No. 0522227989/2630680 Deputy Manager, Udyog Bandhu (U.P. Govt. Agency for Indl. Promotion), 12-C, Mall Avenue, Lucknow Phone No.: 0522-2237582/83 Fax No.: 0522-2237345 Senior Executive, C.I.I. U.P. State Office, C-170, Nirala Nagar, Lucknow Phone No. 0522-2788060/63/65 Principal, Industrial Training Institute, Pandu Nagar, Kanpur (U.P.)0512-2512778(R), 2213687(O) Assistant Manager (Training), TELCO Limited (Tata Engg. & Locomotive Company Ltd.), Chinhat Indl. Area, Lucknow Phone No. 0522-2818020 Senior Officer (HRD), LML Limited, C-10, Panki Indl. Estate Kanpur-208022 Phone No. 0512-2691381-85
Mrs. Ranga Rajayam, Principal, ITI Chandigarh and 3 staff members from ITI Chandigarh has visited this Institution on dated 15.6.2005 to see the functioning of IMC for ITI Solan (HP). Member (Industry) IMC for ITI Karnal (Haryana) visited this Institution on dated 18.6.2005 to see the functioning of IMC for ITI Solan (HP).
32. Visit of Principal and Staff Members of other ITI’s of H.P.: Till June 2006, 2 Principals and 2 other staff members from 2 ITI’s of H.P. has visited this Institution to see the functioning of IMC for ITI Solan (HP) They visited all the workshops and had interaction with staff and trainees of various trades of this institution as per detail given below:Sr. No. 1. 2. Total Name of I.T.I. I.T.I. Nahan I.T.I. Mandi 2 Name of Principal Er. Mohinder Singh Er. Lalit Sharma 2 No. of other staff members 1 1 2 Date of Visit 19.12.2002 5.2.2003
33. Pollution Check Centre: I.T.I. Solan has been authorized as “Pollution Check Centre” by Director, Transport, Himachal Pradesh for issuing the “Pollution under Control Certificate” under Rule 116 of Central Motor vehicle Rule 1989 to all the Petrol and Diesel driven vehicles w.e.f.January 2003.
34. Details of Job Order/Work Order:(A)
FURNITURE MAKING: Directorate of Technical Education, Vocational and Industrial Training, H.P. has given the job/work order for manufacturing Computer Chairs, Computer Tables, Desk (Double Seated), bench (Double Seated) worth Rs. 4,86,240/- under IRG scheme of IMC for ITI Solan which was supplied to 6 newly opened ITI’s in H.P. as detailed below. Instructor and Trainees of Welder, Carpenter, Upholstery and Fitter trade under the supervision of Foreman and Principal manufactured this furniture. Month & Year
August, 2002 August, 2002 August, 2002 August, 2002 August, 2002
Sr . No
Computer Chairs, Manufactured in ITI, Solan Computer table, (two-inone)Manufactured in ITI, Solan Desk (Double seated) Manufactured in ITI, Solan Bench (Double seated) Manufactured in ITI, Solan Revolving Chairs with arms & Push Back Manufactured in ITI, Solan
ITI Bani-20, ITI Dhameta-38 ITI Bangana-38, ITI Shillai-20 ITI, Kumarsain-18, ITI Sainj-20 ITI Bani-10, ITI Dhameta-15 ITI Bangana-15 ITI Sainj-10 ITI, Kumarsain-5, ITI Shillai-10 ITI Bani-17, ITI Dhameta-19 ITI Bangana-19, ITI, Shillai-10 ITI, Kumarsain-18, ITI Sainj-19 ITI Bani-7, ITI Dhameta-19 ITI Bangana-19, ITI Shillai-10 ITI, Sainj-19, ITI Kumarsain-18 ITI Solan-40
(ii) Principal, IITT College of Engineering Kala Amb has given work order for manufacturing 26 Nos. of Computer Table, 76 Nos. of Computer Chairs and 10 Nos of Revolving Chairs for Staff worth Rs.1,62,200/- under IRG scheme of IMC for ITI Solan as detailed below:
Sr. Month & No. Year 1. September, 2002 2. September, 2002 3. September, 2002 4. September, 2002
Item Computer Table (Three-in-one) Computer Chairs Revolving Chairs for staff Executive Chair
Qty 26 76 10 01
Remarks IITT College Engg. Kala Amb -do-do-do21
5. 6. 7. 8.
March, 2003 March, 2003 March, 2003 March, 2003
Computer Table (Three-in-one) Computer Chairs Computer Table (Two-in-one) Computer Table (for single PC) Total
08 40 02 01
IITT College of Engg. Kala Amb IITT College of Engg. Kala Amb -do-do-
Similarly the details of other Job/Work order obtained from others Firms/Institute for manufacturing Furniture items is given below: Month & Year October, 2002 October, 2002 November, 2002 October, 2002 November, 2002 January, 2003 March, 2003 April, 2003 April, July & August, 2003 January, 2003 January, 2003 April, 2003 April, Name of Institute/Firm Ms. Digital Ads Solan R.N.T.M.I.T.C. Parwanoo Ms. Pankaj Electrical, Solan Ms.Anand Electronics Chandigarh Principal, ITI, Nadaun Principal, ITI, Paonta Sahib Principal, ITI, Nahan Principal, ITI, Nadaun M.S Panwar Institute of Communication & Management, Solan Sh. Shiv Kumar M/s Seema Shawls, Solan Ms Bharti Sahni Principal, Govt Item Qt y. 1 5 1 1 5 2 2 1 30 40 4 1 06 03 02 01 01 Rate Amount
Sr . No 1. 2. 3. 4.
Computer Chairs Revolving Chairs Executive Chair Revolving Chair 1.Computer Chairs 2.Executive Chairs 3. Revolving Chairs Executive Revolving Chair Revolving Chair Revolving Chair 1.Revolving Chair 2. Sofa Set Computer Chairs Library Racks Comp. Table(3-in-1) Revolving Chair Cot,sq.Pipe,4x2.5 ft.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Cot,sq.Pipe,5x3x1.5 f. Repair of computer
2003 14. 15. 16. August, 2003 September, 2003 December, 2003
Polytechnic (W), Kandaghat Principal, I.T.I. Nahan M/s Sandeep Karyana Store, Solan Principal, I.T.I. Mandi Total
Chairs Repair of computer Chairs Computer Chair Computer Chairs Revolving Chair 20 01 18 01 140/750/750/1075/2,800/750/13,500/1,075/1,48,475 /-
Total Amount of Furniture’s Work Orders : (B)
ELECTRICAL WIRING WORK: Principal, IITT College of Engg. Kala Amb has given the Job Work of Electrical rewiring of Girls Hostel, IT Block and Electrical repair work of Boys Hostel and Institute worth Rs. 3,97,341/- This work is carried out by the trainees and both Instructor of Electrician trade and Maintenance Mechanic (Electrical) of this Institute under IRG scheme of IMC for ITI Solan. Electrical Wiring work of Ati Arogaya Sadan (Private Clinic), Sunny Side, Solan of Rs. 1,500/-
Total Amount of Electrical Wiring Work
TOTAL AMOUNT OF JOB ORDERS
Amount of Furniture’s Work Orders : Rs.8, 63,425/Amount of Electrical Wiring Work : Rs.3, 98,841/---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Grand Total : Rs.12, 62,266/----------------------------------------------------------------- Before the constitution of IMC, there was no provision.
Details of Furniture Manufactured in I.T.I. Solan:Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Name of Item Manufactured Quantity Rate Rs. 750/1075/3610/2580/1100/Total Amount (Rs) 2,25,750/1,44,050/1,29,960/1,72,860/1,12,200/23
Computer Chairs Revolving Chairs with Push Back Computer Table (Three-in-one) Computer Table (Two-in-one) Desk(Double Seated)
301 134 36 67 102
6. 7 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.
Bench(Double Seated) Executive Chair (Revolving) Sofa Set Cot (Square Pipe) 4x2.5 feet Cot(Sq. Pipe) 5x3x1.5 feet Library Racks Computer Table(single) Repair of Computer Chairs G.TOTAL
92 05 01 01 01 03 01 50
35. Training to the Workers of Industries/other Establishments: It was decided in the 6th Meeting of IMC for ITI Solan held on 16th October 2000 at M/s Gabriel India Ltd. Parwanoo that training to the workers of industries and other establishments will be provided by the Faculty Members of ITI Sloan as per their need and requirement. In the month of September 2003, a 6-month short-term course on “Basic Electronics” has been designed for about 200 workers of Industry, H.F.C.L (Wire line), Chambaghat as per their training need. A team consisting of Er. Shivender Doegar, Principal, ITI Solan, Sh. Hitesh Mohan, DGM (Training & Services) and Sh. Vijay Singvi, Manager (HRD),HFCL (Wire line Unit), Chambaghat , Sh. T.R.Thakur, Foreman and Sh. Ashok Sharma ,Instructor (Electronics) of ITI Solan designed this syllabus. This Course and syllabus is approved by Director, Technical Education-cum-Secretary, S.C.V.T., Govt. of Himachal Pradesh. The classes of the first course were started wef 19th January 2004 on Part-Time basis in the evening under IMC for ITI Solan. At present the classes of 2nd batch are running.
evening under IMC for ITI Solan. At present the classes of 2nd batch Before the constitution of IMC, there was no provision.
Similarly, keeping in the view of need of local area people and workers of local Beauty Parlour, short term course on Beautician of 6 months duration has designed by a team consisting of Er. Shivender Doegar, Principal, ITI Solan, Sh. J.S. Mehta, Foreman, ITI Solan, Ms Damyanti, Instructor, Hair and Skin Care, ITI Solan. The classes of the first course were started wef 19th January 2004 on Part-Time basis in the are running.
36. Vision: Full Time Training:Since the expensive Machinery & Equipment available in the Institution remains under utilization as per their design, therefore there is need of full time training i.e. to start shift systems in the institution & to make the Time Table such that the assets of the institution are fully utilized round the clock. Autonomy to the Institution:24
1. 2. 3. 4.
There should be full autonomy to the institution & the head of the institution can take instantaneous decision to make the training more effective and accountable to the users. Participation of Industry-Institution-Community:Our vision is to make the training more effective with the participation of Industry, Institution and community. Bench marking: “Bench Marking” will be introduced by the Department of Technical Education, Vocational & Industrial Training, H.P. in the due course of time. By “Bench Marking” mean, the certification of those persons will be done who knows technical work, but they don’t have any technical qualification. Self Reliance: Our vision is to make the institution self reliant with the help & participation of industries. The following steps have already been taken to make the Institution self reliant:Paid courses have started which gives net profit of Rs. 50,000/- per course per year. Part-Time courses will be started which will give net profit of Rs. 15,000/- per course About 15 popular vocational courses in NIOS have started in the institution. The classes of these courses run on Sundays. Weekend classes are being introduced very shortly for short-term courses.
37. Presentation of Paper on “Partners in Progress” highlighting the “Achievements of IMC for ITI Solan” in the National Level “11th Quality Summit” at National Science Seminar Complex, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, organised by CII Institute of Quality, Bangalore: Er. Shivender Doegar, Principal, I.T.I.Solan, has made the presentation of paper in the National Level “11th Quality Summit” on concurrent session of “Quality in Education-Building Competitiveness in Education: The Quality Way” held on 5th & 6th November 2003 at “National Science Seminar Complex” Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore which was organised by “CII Institute of Quality, Bangalore”.
38. Presentation of Paper on “Case Study of IMC for ITI Solan” highlighting the “Achievements of IMC for ITI Solan” in the CII (NR) Council Meeting held on 14th October,2004 at Hotel TAJ Residency, LUCKNOW, Utter Pradesh:Sh. Satish Malhotra, Chairman, IMC for ITI Solan and Er. Shivender Doegar, Principal, I.T.I.Solan, has made the presentation of paper on “Case Study of IMC for ITI Solan” highlighting the “Achievements of IMC for ITI Solan” in the CII (NR) Council Meeting held on 14th October, 2004 at Hotel TAJ Residency, LUCKNOW, Utter Pradesh.
39. Presentation of Paper on “Achievements of IMC for ITI Solan” in the “Regional Workshop on IMC’s” held at CII (NR) HQ Chandigarh on 21st June,2005:Er. Shivender Doegar, Principal, I.T.I.Solan, has made the presentation of paper on the “Achievements of IMC for ITI Solan” in the “Regional Workshop on IMC’s” held at CII (NR) HQ Chandigarh on 21st June,2005.
40. “A” Class Electrical Contractor License:ITI Solan has become first ITI in Himachal Pradesh to get the “A” Class Electrical Contractor License to do the Electrical Wiring Work of all the Govt. Departments in H.P. by Chief Electrical Inspector, Electrical Inspectorate, Block No. 39, SDA Complex, Kasumpti, Shimla (HP)
41. List of Industries/Establishments involved in Industry-Institute Interaction, One Month In-Plant Industrial Training, Industrial Visits, Campus Interview and other activities under the guidance of IMC for ITI, Solan, District Solan (HP):-
Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
Name of Industry/Establishment Dabur India Limited, Baddi Eicher Demm Limited, Parwanoo Gabriel India Limited, Parwanoo HFCL, Chambaghat, Solan, Himachal Exicom Communication Limited, Solan Purolator India Limited, Parwanoo Cosmo Ferrites Limited, Jabli, Solan Morepen Laboratories Limited, Parwanoo Krishna Telecom Services, Chambaghat, Solan Purewal and Associates, Jubbar Pronto Steering Limited, Parwanoo Engineering Innovation Limited, Parwanoo Wire and Strips Private Limited, Parwanoo Sikand and Company, Chambaghat, Solan Gujrat Ambuja Cement Limited, Darlaghat Auro Spinning Mills, Baddi (Vardhman Group) Gonterman & Peiper, Nalagarh Drish Shoes Limited, Nalagarh D.C.M. Tools & Dies Limited, Baddi
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63
Secure Meter Limited, Barotiwala Grauer and Weil (India) Limited, Barotiwala P.A. Pinion (Maxima Quartz), Dharampur Power Tech (India) Limited, Baddi Mistan Forgings Private Limited, Baddi Hitkari Industries Limited, Parwanoo Solchrome System India Limited, Parwanoo Shivalik Agro Poly Products Limited, Parwanoo Horological Components Private Limited, Parwanoo Forge India Limited, Parwanoo Usha India Limited, Chambaghat, Solan Him Techno Forge India Limited, Baddi Micro Turner Limited, Parwanoo Magtronics Devices Private Limited, Parwanoo HIM Informatics Limited, Parwanoo Om Sons Steel (P) Limited, Parwanoo Jai Jagdambay Steel Industry, Dharampur Sharma Steel Works, Dharampur Himachal Furniture Limited, The Mall, Solan J.B. Furniture Industry, Solan Rehal Furniture Works, Solan Vishwakarma Furniture Works, Solan Mohan Furniture Works, Solan Ramesh Furniture Works, Bye Pass, Solan Anchal Furniture & Decorators, Saproon, Solan Rajesh Furniture Industry, Hospital Road, Solan Vishwakarma Furniture Works, Dharampur Himachal Furniture Works, Dharampur Luxmi Furniture House, Dharampur Karam Singh, Sofa Maker, Sunny Side, Solan Nand Kishore, Sofa Maker C/o Vishwakarma Furniture, Solan Solan Automobile (Private) Limited, Kumarhatti S.K. Motors, Deonghat, Solan Solan Service Centre, Bye Pass, Solan Durga Enterprises, Saloagra Sunny Auto Works, Opp. Sikand, Chambaghat, Solan Avtar Motors, Kumarhatti Rameshwar Auto Works, Near H.P. Printing Press, Shimla Surbhi Steel Industries, Rabon, Solan Himalaya Furniture, Near District Hospital, Solan Kandhari Beverages Limited, Bottlers of Coca Cola, Baddi Shivam Electronics, Chambaghat, Solan Thakur Electronics, Main Bazar, Solan Friends Electronics, Jauna Ji Road, Solan
64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97. 98. 99. 100. 101.
Neelima Furniture & Electronics (Private) Limited, Solan Thakur Electronics, Lakkar Bazar, Solan Vishwakarma Gorave Motor, Ropar Road, Nalagarh Ranjeet Motor Garage, Chowli Bala, Nalagarh Mann Singh Motor Garage, Kiratpur Road, Nalagarh Shree Motors, Bye Pass, Solan Himachal Service Station, Bye Pass, Solan B.S. Motor, Bye Pass, Solan Regional Manager, HRTC, Solan Delphi Automotive System Limited, Greater Noida (UP) Hero Honda Motors Limited, Gurgaon (Haryana) Bharat Gears Limited, Faridabad (Haryana) BTR WADCO Automotive Limited, Gaziabad (U.P.) VATECH Hydro, Escher Wyss Floval Limited, Faridabad (Haryana) Swaraj Group, Punjab Tractor Limited, Mohali (Punjab) Oswal Cotton Mills Limited, Ambala Road, Lalru India Dairy Machinery Company Limited, Vithal Udyog Nagar, Gujrat Hotel Barog Heights, Barog, District Solan (HP) JBM Associates, Gurgaon, Haryana Munjal Auto Components, Gurgaon, Haryana BWL TELEACC Pvt. Ltd., Shoghi, Distt. Shimla (HP) Onkar Furniture House, Bye-Pass, Solan, Distt. Solan (HP) Varun Wooden Works, Shamti, Distt. Solan (HP) Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon (Haryana) L.G. Electronics India Limited, Noida (U.P.) METZELER Automotive India Pvt. Ltd., Ghazi bad (UP) Nahar Fabrics, Vill. Jalalpur, PO Dappar Near Lalru, Dt Patiala, Punjab Nestle India Ltd., Pattikalyana Kiwana Road, Samalkha-132101 (Haryana) Baxter India Pvt.Ltd., 5th Floor, Enkay Tower, Udyog Vihar, Phase-5, Gurgaon Kamla Dials & Devices Ltd., Dial Unit-1, Plot-3, Sector-III, Parwanoo, Dt. Solan (H.P.) TI Cycles of India,, Post Bag No. 5, Ambattur, Chennai-600053 Jubilant Organosys Ltd., Delhi-Bareilly Highway, 100 KM from towards Bareilly, Gajraula,UP Eveready Industries India Ltd.,B-2, Sector-80, Phase-II,Gautam Budh Nagar, Noida U.P. Wep Peripherals Ltd.(WIPRO), RTC Colony, Trimlghery, Secundrabad (Andhra Pradesh) Goyal Engg.Co, Mfrs & Repair of Distribution Transformers, Kailer, Sapatu Road, Solan Sanarti Incorporated, Shakti, Near Ambusha, The Mall, Solan S. S.Electronics, Chambaghat, Solan Power Technologies, Ramayana Building, Rajgarh Road, Solan
102 103. 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126 127. 128 129. 130. 131. 132 133 134 135 136
Shivalik Bimetal Controls Ltd., Chambaghat, Solan H.P. IND Sphinx Precision Ltd., 28, Sector-5, Parwanoo, Distt. Solan (HP) Vision Communication Services, Jaunaji Road, Solan, H.P. Lohia Telemetic, Near Electronic Complex, Chambaghat, Solan, H.P. Spray Engg. Devices, 25, Indl. Area ,Phase-II, Chandigarh C&C Systems, Plot No. 245-246, HPSIDC, Indl. Area, Baddi-173205, Dt. Solan, HP INDO ASIAN Fusegear Ltd., Plot No. 12, Sector-1, Parwanoo-173220,Ph. :235083 Crompton Greaves Transformer Division(T-3),29-32, Manideep462046,Bhopal- M.P. SOLOMAN Industries Ltd.,B-65/2,Wazirpur Industrial Area, Delhi-110052 Gabriel India Ltd.,B-193, Phase-II, Noida(UP)-201305 New Holland Tractors(India) Pvt. Ltd.,Plot No. 03,Udyog Kendra, G- Noida201306, UP INDO FARM Tractors & Motors Ltd., Export Promotion Industrial Park, Phase-II, Baddi Raja Forgings & Gears Ltd., Precision Centre-II(Gears),Sai Road, Baddi173205 OZONE Fortis, Smart Security Solutions, E-67, Masjid Moth, New Delhi110048 Himachal Fine Blank Ltd.,Plot 9, Sector-5, Parwanoo, Dt. Solan(HP) Select Technologies, Pinjore-Nalagarh Road, Nalagarh, Opp. Mahesh Auto, Nalagarh Auro Textile,Vardhman Fabrics, Sai Road, Baddi Hindustan Lever Ltd., Barotiwala, Distt. Solan (HP) COLGATE Palmolive, Baddi, Dt Solan M/s Varun Brothers, Deonghat, Solan M/s Kanwar Motor Works, Deonghat, Solan Mech. Sub. Div. HPPWD, Dharampur Rajiv Motor Works, Deonghat, Solan M/s Himachal Motors ,Kumarhatti, Dt. Solan
Tube Products of India, A-17, Industrial Focal Point ,Phase-VI, SAS Nagar, Mohali
M/s Torrent Pharmaceutical India Ltd., Baddi M/s Kangaro industries, 6754, Foal Point ,Ludhiana-141010 M/s Eicher Tractors, Plot-1 Sector-D, Industrial Area, Mandideep-462048, Distt. Raisen, M.P. KAYNES Technology, Plot No. 35, Sector-5, Parwanoo SANAS Medicals, Gupta Complex, Near EWS Blocks, Sector-1, Parwanoo M/s Auro Weaving Mills, Sai Road, Baddi M/s AMTEK India Ltd., Gurgaon, Haryana M/s Munjal Showa Ltd., Gurgaon, Haryana M/s Geep Batteries Pvt. Ltd., Baddi Power Server, Next Seneration Business Power Systems Ltd., New Delhi-30
137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154
Wings Pharmaecutials Pvt. Ltd., 35,HPSIDC, Industrial Area, Baddi Hindustan Kwality Walls Food Ltd., Nalagarh Gillette India Ltd., Bhiwadi Betts India Pvt. Ltd., Vill Bhatoli Kallan, Baddi Ess Ess Industries, Rewari ADVANTEC Coils Pvt. Ltd., Vill Dhadi Kanian, Nalagarh Procter & Gamble Hygiene & Health Care Ltd., Mandideep, Bhopal, MP Procter & Gamble Ltd. ,Baddi Gini & Jony Apparel Pvt. Ltd., 47,EPIP, Jharmajri, Baddi Nestle India Ltd., Uttranchal SKF India Ltd., AS Bearing Company, SCF-358, Motor Market, Manimajra, Chandigarh-160101 Bawa Industries Pvt. Ltd., Phagwara, Punjab Munjal Auto Components, Gurgaon, Haryana Synergy Consultants, 35, Subhash Road, Dehradun, Uttranchal Mapex Remedies Pvt. Ltd., Vill Daria Thana, Baddi Integrated HR Solutions, SCO-58-59, 1st Floor, Sector-17D,Chandigarh CBM Industries Ltd., Vill Kheri, Trilokpur Road, Kala Amb Nicholas Piramal India Ltd., Baddi