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                          INSTITUTE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
                                   GOVERNMENT INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE,
                                            MODEL TOWN, PATIALA
                            (DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION & INDUSTRIAL TRAINING, PUNJAB)

                       Memo. No. IMC/ITI/PAT/8th Meeting/Minutes/2919         Date:- 1.05.06

To
                   The Director, Technical Education
                   & Industrial Training, Punjab,
                   Sector 36-A Chandigarh
Subject:-          Minutes of the 8th Meeting of the Institute Management Committee for Govt.
                   ITI Patiala.
                   Please find enclosed herewith a copy of the minutes of the 8th Meeting of
                   the Institute Management Committee for Govt. ITI Patiala, held on 25.04.06
                   at 10.00AM in the Conference Hall of the Institute for your information
                   please.

                                                                            Jagjit Singh
                                                                        Member Secretary
                                                                             cum Principal
                          th
Endst No. IMC/ITI/PAT/8 Meeting/Minutes/2910-20-20-A                 Dated:- 1.05.06
             A copy of the Minutes is forwarded to Sh. Y.P.Batta, G.M., Goetze India
      Ltd. Bahadurgarh, Chairman, Institute Management Committee for Govt. ITI
      Patiala for his record please.
                                                                               Jagjit Singh
                                                                        Member Secretary
             cum Principal
Endst No. IMC/ITI/PAT/8th Meeting/Minutes/2910-20-20-A               Dated:- 1.05.06
      A copy of the Minutes is forwarded to the following also for information:-
  1.     Sh. M. Lalli, IEW, Patiala,
  2.     Sh.N.S. Multani, Employment Officer, Patiala,
  3.     Sh. Hari Singh, DAV Industry, Patiala,
  4.     Sh. N.S. Khurana, from K.K. Industry, Patiala
  5.     Col. Bishan Dass, Social Activist
  6.     Sh. Davinder Singh,Interfeb, Nabha Gate Patiala.

                                                                              Jagjit Singh
                                                                        Member Secretary
                                                                            cum Principal
Endst No. IMC/ITI/PAT/8th Meeting/Minutes/2910-20-20-A              Dated:- 1.05.06
      A copy of the Minutes is forwarded to the following for information:-
  1.     The DGE&T, Shram Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi
  2.     The Secretary Labour &Employment,Govt. of India, Shram Shakti Bhawan,
         Rafi Marg, New Delhi
  3.     The GM, DIC, Patiala.
  4.     Sh. G.K. Tondon, Vice President, Patiala Small Scale Industries Association, 1-
         Factory Area Patiala.

                                                                                 Jagjit Singh
                                                                            Member Secretary
                                                                               cum Principal
          INSTITUTE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
                  GOVERNMENT INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE,
                           MODEL TOWN, PATIALA
           (DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION & INDUSTRIAL TRAINING, PUNJAB)
          PH. 91-175-2200301, FAX 2308251, e-mail: itipatiala@sify.co.in. web site: www.dtepunjab.gov.in




                                 MINUTES OF 9TH MEETING

                                                       of

          INSTIUTE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE




Venue:-                Conference Hall of the Govt. Industrial Training Institute,
                       Model Town behind PRTC Workshop, Nabha Road.
                       Patiala

Date:-                 15.01.2007

Time:-                 09.30 AM.
MINUTES OF 8TH MEETING OF INSTITUTE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE HELD ON
25.4.2006 AT 10 AM IN CONFERENCE HALL OF THE GOVT. INDUSTRIAL TRAINING
INSTITUTE, MODEL TOWN, PATIALA, UNDER THE CHAIRMAN SHIP OF SH. Y.P
BATTA.

The following members were present:-
   1.     Sh. Jagjit Singh Member secretary cum Principal Govt. ITI Patiala,
   2.     Sh. M. Lalli, from IEW, Patiala,
   3.     Sh.N.S. Multani, Employment Officer, Patiala,
   4.     Sh. Hari Singh, DAV Industry, Patiala,
   5.     Sh. Nagesh Sharma, G.I.,I.T.I,. Patiala,
   6.     Miss Rajdeep Kaur, COPA Representative of Student,

        Sh. Arvind Ghai Manager Goetze India Ltd. attended the meeting on the behalf of
        the Chairman, IMC.

The following special Invites attended the Meeting:-

   7.      Sh. N.S. Khurana, from K.K. Industry, Patiala
   8.      Col. Bishan Dass, Social Activist
   9.      Sh.Davinder Singh,Interfeb, Nabha Gate Patiala.

Apart from the above following staff were also present:

    10.    Sh. Nasar Ali, Surveyor Instructor
    11.    Sh. Balwant Singh,. Wireman Instructor
    12.    Smt. Onkar Kaur, Information Technology Instructor
    13.    Smt. Seema Bhalla, Information Technology Instructor
    14.    Smt. Hasvinder Kaur, Computer Science Instructor
    15.    Sh. Manmohan Singh, DMC, Instructor
    16.    Sh. Rakesh Kumar,Tool & Die Making Instructor
    17.    Sh. Ranbir Singh, Turner Instructor
    18.    Sh. Harbans Singh, R.A.C. Instructor
    19.    Sh. Ashwani Kumar,. Sr. Assistant
    20.    Sh. Dilbagh Singh, Office Supdt.
    21.
Following representatives of M/s Kadkraft Centre pvt. Ltd. Chandigarh also attended the
Meeting
    22. Sh. Jaspreet Singh, CAD Engineer, Kadkraft System, Chandigarh
    23. Sh. Anuj Madaan, CAD Engineer, Kadkraft System, Chandigarh.

              To begin with Sh. Jagjit Singh, Member Secretary, I.M.C. welcomed the
members of the I.M.C. and other participants in the 8th meeting of the Institute
Management Committee. He briefed the members and participants about the various
developments which had happened during the four months since the last meeting of IMC.
The main event was that of Special Review Meeting chaired by the Secretary, Labour
and Employment, Govt. of India on 18th of April, 2006 at Chandigarh regarding status of
implementation of the Centre of Excellence Scheme in the State of Punjab. He also
welcomed the experts of M/S Kad Kraft Centre Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh who had come to
give presentation about the training proposal of Auto CAD. The representative of the
Chairman expressed sincere apology on behalf of the Chairman, as his daughter was
hospitalized during the last night. The Member Secretary then took up the agenda items
one by one.
Agenda     Confirmation of Minutes of 7th IMC meeting : - Minutes of 7th meeting
Item 8.1   held on 9.12.2005
           Confirmed.
Agenda     Action taken on the decisions taken in the 7th meeting of the IMC.
Item 8.2           The members and the participants noted with satisfaction the actions
           taken by the Institute on the various decisions taken in the 7 th meeting of the
           IMC.
Agenda     Status of Implementation of COE scheme.
Item 8.3           The Member Secretary briefs the participants about the main
           objectives of the scheme, the various modules being taken up under BBBT
           and Advance Training, total outlay of the scheme, duration of the various
           modules, the role of the industry during Specialized Training and the major
           components of the scheme. He also spoke about the presentation made by
           the Chairman, IMC, Shri Y.P. Batta, GM Goetze India Ltd., Bahadurgarh
           and by him in the Review Meeting on 18-4-2006 at Chandigarh about the
           progress of the implementation scheme at Govt. I.T.I., Patiala. All the
           participants expressed happiness over the fact that a multi skill, multi entry
           and multi exit training programme in the field of Ref.& Air Conditioning is
           being started at Patiala.
           The representative of the Chairman expressed the opinion that
                   i) The department must release the requisite funds for carrying out
           renovation, alterations and additions of the building and also other
           formalities which are required to be completed by the department for
           starting the work by PWD.
                   ii) He also expressed his sincere desire that department must release
           the funds for procurement of machinery and equipment for this scheme so
           that procurement of the tool, equipment and machinery can be taken up at
           the earliest.
                   iii) Regarding staff, he reiterated the views of Shri Y P Batta,
           expressed in the meeting on 18-4-2006 that the requisite staff must be
           deputed without any further delay so that training of staff can be taken in
           hand.
                   iv) Website - All the participants sincerely lauded the kind gesture of
           Shri M Lali to sponsor the preparation of Website of the Institute. Members
           expressed happiness over the fact that the Institute staff under the guidance
           of the Principal, Shri Jagjit Singh, are doing commendable work keeping in
           view the requirements of industry and service sector. The representative of
           the Chairman and other members and participants requested the Member
           Secretary to increase the interaction with the Department of Information
           Technology for providing some help in this regard.
                   v) Dress Code - The members and participants expressed the
           satisfaction that Institute is proposing to implement very noble methods to
           inculcate discipline in the trainees during training. The Member Secretary
           gave the opinion that the colour of the dress should be dull, it can be dull
           grey or dull brown with specific distinction of arm band or pocket badge to
           distinguish between trainees of BBBT, Advance modules and Specialised
           modules of COE. Shri Khurana of K K Industries agreed to the proposal
           and requested the Institute staff to select 2/3 models of dress code out of
           which one can be approved.
                   vi) Publicity and Advertisement:- The Member Secretary informed
           the participants about the views expressed by the Chairman, Shri Y P Batta
           in the meeting on 18-4-2006 regarding various methods which will be
           adopted by the IMC regarding publicity and advertisement of COE scheme
           in the Patiala region, which includes counseling in the schools,
           advertisements on the cable network, placing hoardings on the important
           places in the city and organizing Nukar meetings. All the participants
           expressed satisfaction over the views expressed by Shri Batta and give their
           support in this regard. Participants also requested the Institute staff to
           prepare some advertisement and publicity material of the scheme on which
           the Member Secretary informed that information brochure regarding this
           scheme has already been prepared in brief in Print mode, apart from it, help
           of electronic mode like e-mail and website will also be taken in due course
           of time.
                   vii) Admission and Examination:- Member Secretary informed the
           participants about the method that will be adopted regarding admissions
           and examinations. He told that for BBBT and Advance module examination
           will be conducted under the aegis of NCVT by Punjab State Board of
           Technical Education and Industrial Training and certificate will be awarded
           by NCVT. For Specialized modules, the examination will be conducted by
           Industry and Department and certificate will be issued by jointly by
           Department and Industry with counter signature of NCVT. Col Bishan Dass
           and Sh. N.S.Multani, Employment Officer expressed the opinion that before
           admission, a counseling camp to make aware the trainees about the various
           prospects of the various trades and its requirement. They also expressed
           desire that along with trainees their parents should also be invited so that
           they must also know what type of training their wards will be imparted during
           their stay at the Institute.       The Member Secretary accepted their
           suggestions and assured them that these will be forwarded to the
           department for taking up on the state basis.
Agenda     Starting of e-governess:-
Item 8.4           The Member Secretary briefed the participants about the progress
           made regarding computerization of the working of the office of the Institute.
           He informed the participants that this matter had already been taken up with
           the Department of Information Technology as per the advice of the
           Chairman of the IMC which was rendered by him in the month of December
           2005 and that he had also requested the Department to request the
           Department of IT in this regard. All the participants requested the Member
           Secretary to write to the Department of Information Technology on the letter
           pad of IMC to expedite this matter and the Chairman IMC should also write
           to the Director, Technical Education and Industrial Training Punjab
           Chandigarh to request the Department of Information Technology for
           providing necessary hardware and software to the Institute so that the
           computerization of the office working can be taken up with the right earnest.
Agenda     Establishing Common Computer Lab and making all the Computer
Item 8.5   System on line:-
                   The Member Secretary informed all the members about the progress
           made regarding setting up of Common Computer Lab in Room no.7, Block-
           A of the Institute. He told that presently 15 computers of various
           configurations ranging from P-I to P-IV have been made operational in the
           Lab and a multi user internet connection had also been made available
           since 13-3-2006. But still a lot of work particularly furnishing work is still to
           be completed. The Member Secretary exhorted the members, particularly
           from industry to contribute towards completion of remaining works. The
           members from industry assured the Member Secretary that they will take up
           this issue with their respective authorities and get back with positive
           contribution.
Agenda     Formation of a Voluntary Inter Net Club-NETIZENS:-
Item 8.6           The Member Secretary informed the participants about the facility of
           multi-user internet connection in Common Computer Lab and also the
           formation of Voluntary Internet Club 'NETIZENS' by the staff and trainees.
           The participants expressed happiness about the progress made by the
           Institute in the field of Information Technology and for sparing no efforts to
           provide awareness about the knowledge of the internet. The representative
           of the Chairman told the participants that Shri Y P Batta himself expressed
           his willingness to become the member of this Club. The organizers of the
           club welcomed the gesture of the Chairman and invited all the members of
           IMC to become the members of Voluntary Internet Club 'NETIZENS'.
Agenda     Starting of the English Speaking Course for all the trainees and
Item 8.7   employees of the Institute :-
                   The Member Secretary informed about the advice given by the
           Secretary, Labour and Employment, Govt. of India in the meeting dated
           18.04.06, to start English Speaking Course for all the trainees and
           employees of the Institute. He informed the participants that some ground
           work has already been done in this direction and Shri Nasir Ali, Coordinator,
           COE had held discussions with the experts in this field. He requested
           Coordinator, COE to inform the participants about the work done by him.
           Shri Nasir Ali, Coordinator COE informed the participants that negotiations
           with the experts is on. Training will be imparted in two groups comprising
           first group from ministerial staff and second group of technical staff. The
           training time will from 4.00 PM to 5.00 PM and training period will be of one
           month starting from first week of May. the participants lauded the lead taken
           by the Institute in this direction and approved the proposal.
Agenda     Review of the nomination of members of IMC & Co-option of new
item 8.8   Industry representatives :-
                   The Member Secretary informed the participants about the
           constitution of the IMC and the number of members that have been taken
           from the industry. He also informed the members that from the attendance
           of the various meetings of the IMC held prior to this meeting, it is quite
           apparent that some of the members from industry are not attending the
           meetings of the IMC. He invited the suggestions and views of the
           participants regarding change in the representation from industry. The
           participants unanimously suggested that only those representatives of
           industry should be nominated as members who can spare some time for the
           various activities of IMC. Shri N.S. Khurana, K K Industries, Patiala offered
           himself to be nominated as member of IMC. Some of the participants also
           made suggestions that Shri Davinder Singh Interfeb, Nabha Gate, Patiala,
           should also be included as member of IMC. The participants expressed the
           opinion that Shri Surinder Pal Singhi from Gobindgarh may be dropped as
           member from the IMC. As Gobindgarh is now included in the Fatehgarh
           Sahib district and ITI Bassi Pathana is catering to that district. The Member
           Secretary also informed that DGE&T gave the flexibility to include
           representative of the local industry associations in place of CII/FICCI/PHD
           Chamber of Commerce Industry. The participants suggested that the
           representative of Patiala Small Scale Industries Association may be
           included in place of representative of CII.           The Member Secretary
           suggested that this change will be taken up with the Headquarter and CII
           representative will be invited as a special invitee. The participants also
           expressed the view that no representative from Headquarter is attending the
           meeting of IMC except the very first meeting which was held on 12-06-2002.
           The participants expressed their serious concern that this reflects very
           poorly before the members from industry and representatives of other
           departments and associations. The members of industry requested the
           Member Secretary to bring their concerns in the notice of Director,
           Technical Education and Industrial Training Punjab and requested that if no
           officer from Headquarter could attend the meetings of the IMC, it will be
            better that name of officer from Headquarter may be deleted from the
            constitution of the IMC.
Agenda      Providing training of the Internet to the New Learners :-
item 8.9            The Member Secretary informed the participants about the efforts
            made by the Institute in providing training of Internet to the staff. He also
            informed that some of the trainees wanted that a training programme
            regarding usages/surfing of Internet may be organized. For this purpose the
            staff proposed to organize one week Training Programme @ Rs.100/- per
            trainee with the batch of 20 students. The amount so collected will be
            distributed as 25% for Internet charges, 25% to the staff imparting training
            and rest of the 50% for up-gradation of Common Computer Lab and any
            other emergent expenses. The participants expressed happiness over the
            efforts made by the Institute staff in this direction and assured to provide full
            support for this purpose.
Agenda       Preparation of Action Plan for implementation of Responsibilities of
Item 8.10    IMC :-
                     The Member Secretary briefed the participants about the various
             roles and responsibilities which have entrusted to the IMC. He enumerated
             the 18 areas as approved by the Govt. of Punjab vide no. 2/8/98-
             2TE(1)/1937 dated 22.9.1999 and conveyed by the Department vide Endst
             No. IT/TP/IMC/28806-946 Dated:- 1.10.99.                He also apprised the
             participants about the changes which had been made by DGE&T with
             reference to the implementation of COE scheme. As per the revised
             guidelines the number of areas have become 20. The two new areas
             added are (i) Donation of Machinery & Equipment and (ii) Selection of
             Contract faculty. The participants particularly the members were requested
             to give their views and suggestions to chalk out an action plan for
             discharging the responsibilities and fulfilling the roles assigned to IMC.
                    All the participants were unanimous in their views and suggested
             following Action Plan :-
              1. Generation & Utilization of Finance :- The Institute will take following
                     actions:-
                 a)      Write to the industry for giving job work/projects for execution,
                         keeping in view the infrastructure available in the Institute and
                         quality of product that can be produced/ manufactured by
                         trainees and staff of the Institute.
                 b)      Write to the various Govt. departments, PSU’s and
                         Industry/service sector to depute their in service personnel for
                         refresher training in the Institute,         keeping in view the
                         infrastructure available in the Institute.
                 c)      Write to prospective donors, like industries, NRI’s, MLA’s, MP’s,
                         Hon'able Chief Minister to extend help in improving the
                         infrastructure of the Institute so that standard and quality of
                         training can be improved. Donations can be in the form of cash
                         or kind.
                 d)      The Chairman will also write to Industry and Service sector to
                         donate liberally for cause of Vocational training. As the
                         improvement in the standard and quality of vocational/skill
                         training is directly beneficial to them.
                 e)      Chairman will also write to the Hon'able Chief Minister to give
                         maximum grant to Govt. I.T.I., Patiala for improvement of
                         standard and quality of vocational training imparted by the
                         Institute.

                   The participants lauded the efforts of the Member Secretary for
   approaching the District Administration and the Hon'able Member
   Parliament Patiala for providing funds from MPLADS, Punjab Nirman
   Programme and District Plan for various projects of the Institute which
   are estimated to be around Rs. 100 Lacs.
        The Member secretary informed the participants about the orders of
   the Director Technical Education & Industrial Training Punjab to
   implement various recommendations of the Curricula Restructuring
   Committee regarding Internal Resource Generation by the Institutes.
   The participants requested the Member secretary to initiate action for
   implementation of the various recommendations of Curricula
   Restructuring Committee regarding Internal Resource Generation by the
   Institutes.
        As per the Sub Rules and guidelines of IMC framed by Department:-
   Sub Rule- 2.1:- IMC will be free to start various projects of short and
   long term duration according to the need of the industry to trainee their
   workers for specific jobs. Members Secretary will prepare the scheme
   and will keep the full record of the schemes and will send the same for
   information to the Directorate.
   Sub Rule- 2.2:- IMC shall to free to generate funds for various purposes
   through various projects by starting training cum production schemes for
   better training facilities.
   Sub Rule- 2.3:- The funds so available will be at the disposal of IMC for
   utilization of welfare or training of trainees. Member Secretary shall be
   responsible for keep the proper record of the income and expenditure of
   the funds and will publish properly the balance sheet of the funds. These
   funds will be called "INSTITUTE DEVELOPMENT CUM STUDENTS
   FUNDS".
        Similarly the guidelines issued by the directorate after approval from
   Govt. of Punjab entrust the Institutes to take up various projects/job
   work from Industry, run special courses for workers of the Industry by
   levying suitable charges, seek donations from Industry in cash and/or
   kind. The revenue so generated and machinery so procured will at the
   disposal of IMC and it will have a free hand in utilizing them in the best
   interests of Industrial Training.
        So to implement these Rules and guielines, a new saving bank
   account “Institute Development-cum-Student Fund” will be opened
   within 20 days in a reputed Bank. The account will be operated by
   Member Secretary. He will inform all the members about the various
   transactions done by him during the previous month by 7 th of the next
   month. The accounts of the IMC will be got certified from a CA and the
   expenses of this certification will be borne by IMC.
2. Donation of Machinery/Equipment :-
        All the Heads of Industry/Service Sector will be approached by the
   Institute and Chairman for donation of Machinery/Equipment to the
   Institute. For this Institute will prepare a list of Machinery/equipment
   trade wise which are needed but not available in the Institute.
3. Selection of Contract Faculty:-
        As pointed out by the Department of Technical Education & Industrial
   Training Punjab and the Secretary (Labour & Employment), the IMC is
   to initiate action regarding recruitment of faculty on contract basis. The
   Institute will prepare a proposal of recruitment of faculty for the trades
   which have very high demand but presently not running because of the
   unavailability of staff. The Chairman will take up the matter of
   recruitment after that.
4. Students Selection :- As per Sub Rule 3.4:-
           "IMC will provide vocational guidance about the nature of courses,
     job opportunities and career prospects to students prior to applying for
     admission in ITI so that they choose the right course .Introductory
     seminars may be contacted by industry to create interest and motivate
     the students."
           As the Institute is already following a transparent method of students'
     selection based on merit, so this procedure should continue. But for
     providing vocational guidance and counseling to the prospective
     students, pre-admission counseling camps and introductory seminars
     should be organized in the Institute by the Institute staff and by
     personnel from Industry/Service sector. Seminars and counseling
     session should also be held in the secondary and senior secondary
     schools of Patiala and of nearby towns and villages.
5.    Employment :-
           As a Placement cell has already been put in place by the Institute.
     This cell should be strengthened by providing necessary infrastructure in
     it, like computer, printer, Internet access, furniture, FAX etc. This cell will
     get register all the on roll trainees (who are going to pass out in July)
     with (i) Local Employment Exchange (ii) Overseas Employment Cell (iii)
     Regional HQ of Industry Association like Patiala Small Scale Industry,
     CII, PHD CCI etc. and will also (iv) arrange campus interviews in the
     Institute and Industry. The Placement cell shall also expedite the
     organization of short-term technical training programme for setting up of
     Self-employment ventures, proposal for which has already been
     submitted to NABARD by the Member Secretary. Other FI's shall also
     be approached for providing the necessary support for these type of
     programmes. For tracing the ITI graduates after they were passed out,
     a mechanism will be evolved by the Placement Cell. This mechanism
     will be approved by IMC through circulation. If any assistance (financial
     or otherwise) is needed for this, it will be provided by IMC.
6.    Faculty and Staff Development :-
           The training needs of all the faculty members will be assessed by
     Institute. The Director, Technical Education & Industrial Training Punjab
     will be requested to supply the Faculty Development Form developed by
     it. The Institute will chalk out an annual and quarterly training calendars
     based on this, the budget requirement will be raised to the Directorate,
     Technical Education and Industrial Training wherever possible the
     faculty will be deputed to the Local Industry for short period for on the
     shop floor training. The personnel of Industry shall also be invited to
     deliver lectures and for interaction with faculty in the Institute.
7.    Mentors and one day lecture (Guest Lecturers) :-
           All the Industry/Service sector of the region will be requested to send
     Mentors (Good Experienced Skilled Worker) for interaction, guidance,
     counseling of the students. Wherever it is not possible to send/depute
     mentors, the contact number and e-mail ID will be supplied by
     Industry/Service sector to the Institute so that Mentors could be
     contacted on telephone/through e-mail. Industry/Service sector shall
     also be requested to send one day lecturer for delivery lectures or
     imparting practical training.
8.    Seminar workshop and exhibition :-
           For holding seminar, workshop and exhibition on regular basis, the
     Placement Cell prepare an Annual Calendar and requirements of the
     running trades and general subjects like entrepreneurship, self
     employment, knowledge of computer etc. will be kept in view. The Govt.
     I.T.I.(W) Patiala shall also be involved in it.
9. Trade Advisory Committee :-
        The following Trade Advisory Committees (TAC's) have been
approved by the participants to be set up:-
   i)      Mechanical Trade Group TAC;
   ii)     Automobile Trade Group Trade TAC;
   iii)    Electrical, Electronics Trade Group TAC;
   iv)     Information Technology & Computer Trade Group TAC;
   v)      Civil Trade Group TAC;
   vi)     Stenography Trade Group TAC;
   vii)    Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Trade Group TAC;

  i)     Mechanical Trade group includes – Machinist, Turner, Fitter,
         DMM, Carpenter, Welder. Shri Balwinder Singh, Machinist
         Instructor will be the Convener of the TAC. One student of IInd
         year of Machinist/Turner/Carpenter trade and one student of
         Welder trade will be its members. The Patiala Industry/Service
         Sector will nominate 2 experts on this Committee. The
         Instructors of Turner, Fitter, Welder will also be members of this
         Committee.
  ii)    Automobile Group includes Mechanic Motor Vehicle, Driver cum
         Mechanic, Diesel Mechanic, Tractor Mechanic, Mech. Agriculture
         Machinery and related trades. Shri Nagesh Sharma, Group
         Instructor will be the Convener of this TAC with Instructors of
         Driver cum Mechanic, Tractor Mech. and Mech. Agriculture
         Machinery its members. One student of IInd year of MMV and
         Mech. Agriculture Machinery and one student of Driver cum
         Mechanic and Tractor Mechanic will be its members. Two
         experts will be nominated by Automobile Industry/Service Sector
         on it.
  iii)   Electrical Electronics Group, the trades of Electrician, Wireman,
         Electronics, Instrument Mechanic will be covered under this TAC.
         Shri Balwant Singh, Wireman Instructor will be Convener of this
         TAC, with Instructors of Electrician, Electronics as members,
         One students of IInd year of Electrician, Electronics, Wireman will
         be its member. The Industry/Service Sector nominates two
         experts on this TAC.
  iv)    Information Technology and Computer Group. This includes the
         trades of ITESM, COPA, Computer Hardware, Networking
         Technician etc. Smt. Haswinder Kaur, COPA Instructor will be its
         Convener, one student of IInd year of two year duration trades,
         one student of one year duration trade will be its members. Two
         experts will be nominated by Industry and Service Sector, related
         to Computer, on this TAC.
  v)     Civil Engg. Group TAC - The trades of Surveyor, DMC, Plumber,
         Painter (G), will be covered under this TAC. Shri Malkiat Singh,
         DMM Instructor will be its Convener with DMC, Surveyor,
         Plumber, Painter Instructors as its members, one student of IInd
         year of two year duration trades and one student of one year
         duration     trades    its   members.          Two     experts  of
         Industry/PWD/Service Sector will be nominated as its members.
  vi)    Stenography Group TAC - The trades of Stenography (Punjabi
         and English), Secretarial Practice, Call Centre etc. will be
         covered under this TAC. Shri S P Singh, Steno. Punjabi
         Instructor will be its Convener and one student of the trades of
         Steno. Punjabi and English, Secretarial Practice, Call Centre will
           be its member. Two experts will be nominated on it by
           Industry/Service sector.
    vii)   Refrigeration and Air Conditioning group TAC – As COE in RAC
           is being established at Govt. I.T.I., Patiala, so a separate TAC is
           required for it. Shri Harbans Singh, RAC Instructor will be its
           Convener. Two students of RAC trade or from RAC sector will be
           its members. Two experts from Industry/Service Sector will be
           nominated on it.

        These TAC’s will advice the IMC as to how improvement in
    effectiveness and relevance of training for a particular trade group to the
    Industry can be achieved. These TAC's shall meet once in every two
    months (in the first week of the respective month) and submit the report
    to the Member Secretary on the next day. Member Secretary will cause
    these reports to be brought into the notice of IMC Chairman and
    Members and seek approval wherever required for prompt
    implementation of the recommendations/advice of the TAC’s.
10. Industrial Training :-
        The Placement Cell will prepare guidelines for Industrial Training
    with details of period of training including projects for students and
    faculty. The stipend to be paid to each student and faculty shall also be
    proposed by Placement Cell. After deliberations by IMC members, the
    proposal will be approved.
11. Curriculum Revamping :-
        The TAC's will give advice/recommendations to IMC regarding
    revamping of curriculum of the respective trades over and above the
    NCVT norms on the basis of needs of Industry. The TAC's will also give
    recommendations regarding discontinuation of unpopular/obsolete
    trades and starting of new trades regarding their respective trade group.
    The IMC will also seek the simplified procedure decided by DGE&T.
 12. Equipment Maintenance :-
        The Institute will prepare a detailed proposal of the Equipment and
    Machinery which requires repair and maintenance. This proposal will be
    then deliberated by IMC members. The help of Industry will be taken to
    rectify the faults. Wherever required the equipment/machinery will be
    got repaired from respective manufacturer/authorized dealer/local
    market.
 13. Teaching Aids :-
        The Institute Instructor Shri Sanjay Dhir, will prepare a detailed
    proposal regarding Teaching Aids like working models, slides, video
    projection available, required and the amount of funds so needed. The
    requirement of instructional material(in English/Punjabi/Hindi), work
    books, detailed job assignments etc. will be prepared by Shri D.P.
    Singh, Drawing Instructor (Incharge Library). The proposal shall also
    includes the amount of funds required for this purpose. Those
    proposals will be then deliberated by IMC and suitable action shall be
    taken as per the decision of IMC.
 14. MIS system :-
        As HQ is already developing PGPMS regarding employees so the
    part of MIS related to personnel need not be started to be developed.
    Regarding rest of the topics of MIS, CII will be contacted to provide
    necessary inputs for creating MIS.
 15. Capital Expenditure :-
        Whenever the proposal for procuring the equipment for COE is taken
    up due clearance of IMC shall be taken. The concurrence of Chairman
                and Members of IMC had already been taken regarding proposal of
                procurement of equipment for COE. Similarly the concurrence of IMC
                Chairman and Members had already been taken regarding Civil works
                to be executed for COE.
             16. Examination Supervision :-
                    The personnel from Industry will be called at the time of theoretical
                examination. The requirements of personnel for invigilation duty will be
                sent 7 days in advance. Similarly, for practical examination, personnel
                from Industry will be got deputed by Industry/Service Sector. The
                requirements of personnel for practical examination will be dispatched 7
                days in advance to Industry/Service sector so that Industry/Service
                sector can plan the release of experts/staff on the respective days.
             17. Faculty Evaluation :-
                    Steering Committee may be requested to conduct the evaluation of
                staff so that due recognition can be given to good performers. Industry
                members will forward suggestion regarding design of Faculty
                Development Form.
            18. Transfer for faculty :-
                    The Chairman will write to the Director, Technical Education &
                Industrial Training Punjab, that IMC should invariably be taken into
                confidence while transferring the faculty from one Institute to another.
                Otherwise, the IMC will not be in a position to discharge its
                responsibilities.
            19. Faculty Deputation :-
                    As the Institute is already facing a shortage of technical staff, it is not
                advisable to depute faculty of the Institute on deputation to another
                Institutes. As and when the strength of faculty is restored to full, IMC will
                decide individual cases on merit.
            20. Consultancy Rules :-
                    The Chairman and member secretary will frame the Rules of
                Consultancy and providing services on reasonable charges by Institute
                to the market and get it approved from IMC.
                        Apart from the above the respective branches of the Institute will
                provide data regarding Indicators for monitoring of the performance of
                IMC on yearly basis. this information will be presented to the IMC in the
                month of April as an agenda item so that the IMC can deliberate it and
                take appropriate decisions for improvement of the Training. These are :-
                   1)       Employment rate within 6 months of completing the course
                   2)       Student output to sanctioned capacity
                       a) Admission rate
                       b) Retention rate
                       c) Pass rate
                   3)       Internship/on-the-job training per student per year.
                   4)       Average number of days of deputation of instructors in
                industry per               year
                   5)       Revenue generated as percentage of operating expenses.
                   6)       Donation of machinery and equipment to ITI by Industry
                   7)       Other cooperation between ITI and industry.
                   8)       Time devoted by experts from industry in conducting classes
                or                 other activities in ITI.
                   9)       Recommendations made by IMC and their implementation.
Agenda       Starting of Training of Auto CAD in collaboration with Kad Kraft
item 8.11    Centre Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh :-
                    The Member Secretary informed that M/S Kad Kraft Centre Pvt. Ltd.,
             Chandigarh has proposed to start Training Programme in Auto CAD in
            collaboration with the Institute. As per their proposal, its training programme
            will be of 40 hours duration spreading over 10 days (4hrs. per day). As per
            their commercial offer, the fee charged will be in the range of Rs.4000/- to
            Rs.5000/-, depending upon the strength of the students. For this purpose,
            M/s Kad Kraft Centre Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh will provide Auto CAD software
            costing around Rs.4 lacs and the faculty for providing training along with the
            course material. The M/s Kad Kraft Centre Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh will also
            provide training certificate from Auto Desk USA. The Institute will have to
            computer hardware, boarding and lodging facility for the faculty. The
            Member Secretary then requested the experts from M/s Kad Kraft Centre
            Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh to give their presentation about this proposal. The
            M/s Kad Kraft Centre Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh experts, Shri Anuj Madaan and
            Sh. Jaspreet Singh briefed the participants about their proposal and also
            highlighted the importance of Auto CAD training for the industry. They
            informed the members that this training will be available for in service
            personnel from industry also. The Member Secretary enquired from the
            experts about the sharing pattern of the charges generated from this
            training programme. On this, experts told that they will discuss the matter
            with their authorities and revert back to the Institute immediately. The
            Members from industry and other participants expressed their satisfaction
            over the efforts made by the Institute in organizing state of the art training
            in Auto CAD which is the need of the hour for industry as training in
            traditional methods of preparing drawings and designs has become
            obsolete. The Member Secretary informed the participants as and when
            the proposal of the M/s Kad Kraft Centre Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh will be
            received, it will be duly intimated to all the participants for finalization of the
            proposal.
Agenda      Dismantling and relocation of Welder Trade Shed :-
item 8.12           The Member Secretary informed the participants about the existence
            of an old shed of GI sheets near the Administrative Block. He also informed
            that this space is going to be used for construction of new lab under COE
            and this shed has to be dismantled. He informed that there is a proposal to
            shift this shed behind the AVTS Block for housing some of the activities of
            Carpenter trade and parking of the vehicles. He requested the members
            from industry to help the Institute in shifting this shed for which tentative
            estimate has prepared been by the Institute staff, which is around
            Rs.70000/-. The members from industry assured the IMC to contribute
            liberally for this purpose.
Agenda      Starting of Short term Modular Courses under AVTS :-
item 8.13           The Member Secretary informed the IMC that the Institute had
            requested the department in 2002 to start 6 short-term modular training
            courses under AVTS but the approval of the department is still to be
            received. The participants particularly members from industry expressed
            their serious concern regarding time taken by the department to approve
            the proposal of the Institute. The participants suggested that this matter
            may be taken up by IMC Chairman with the department on priority basis.
Agenda      Starting of new Trade of Driver-cum-mechanic (LMV & HMV) for the SC
item 8.14   candidates :-
                    The Member Secretary informed the participants about the
            introduction of new trade of Driver-cum-Mechanic Light Motor Vehicle and
            Heavy Motor Vehicle from the admission session Aug.2006. He also
            informed the participants that expenditure on that training under this training
            is being borne by Welfare department. He also informed the participants
            about the various activities which had been completed for starting this
            trade. All the participants expressed their satisfaction over the progress
             made by the Institute for starting this trade.
Agenda       Disbursement of funds under Post Matric Scholarship Scheme :-
item 8.15            The Member Secretary informed the participants that a new scheme
             "Post Matric Scholarship Scheme" has been implemented from the year
             2005-06 by the department. Under this scheme, all the non refundable fees
             and other charges deposited by the trainees belonging to SC category are
             to be reimbursed. For this purpose, a total of Rs.1.09 Lac was provided to
             the Institute. The Member Secretary informed the participants that the
             Institute had utilized the entire amount and all the SC candidates had been
             covered up to Dec.2005. For the balance 3 months of Jan.2006 to March
             2006 and for 12 months up to March 2007, a sum of Rs.2.21 lac has been
             demanded from the directorate. All the participants expressed their sincere
             satisfaction over the efforts made by the Institute in providing financial help
             to the disadvantageous sections of the society through this affirmative
             action.
Additional   Diversification of Un-popular Trades into Popular Trades :-
Agenda               The Member Secretary informed the participants about the proposals
Point 8.16   of diversification of unpopular trades into popular traders sent by the
             Institute to the directorate vide letter no ITI/PAT/TRG/1613 Dt 07-03-06.
             The participants agreed to the proposal of the Institute and ratified the
             same.
Additional   Starting of Short Term Technical Training Programmes for Self
Agenda       Employment in collaboration with NABARD under REDP :-
Point 8.17           The Member Secretary informed the participants about the efforts
             made by the Institute to start short-term technical training programme for
             self-employment in collaboration with NABARD. He also informed that a
             total of 10 broad areas had been identified and under each area, 4 batches
             of 30 trainees will be taken up in a year. Thus a total of about 1000 to 1200
             students per year are proposed to be covered under this programme. He
             also informed the participants that NABARD will be reimbursing about 80%
             to 85% of the expenditure which is going to be incurred on this programme
             @ Rs.2000/- per student. The participants lauded the efforts of the Institute
             in the direction of providing technical training for setting up self-
             employment ventures and assured the Institute to provide all possible help
             in this direction.
Additional   Starting of Short Term Training Courses for School drop outs and neo
Agenda       literates (Level of learning equivalent to 3rd or 4th class pass) :-
Point 8.18   The Member Secretary informed about the guidelines of the Training
             Manual of DGE&T regarding starting of short-term training courses for
             school drop outs and neo literates. The participants suggested that a brief
             proposal may be prepared in this respect and this should be linked with the
             starting of short-term technical training programmes for self-employment.
Additional   Sensitization of the industry Members regarding the implementation
Agenda       of Apprenticeship Training Scheme :-
Point 8.19   The Member Secretary informed the participants particularly the members
             from industry about Apprenticeship Training Scheme, which is being
             implemented as per the provisions of Apprentice Act 1961.                  The
             establishments falling in the Patiala, Nabha and Samana Tehsils are
             under the jurisdiction of Govt. ITI Patiala. He also informed the participants
             that monitoring of implementation of the scheme is entrusted to the
             Principal, ITI, Patiala. As on 25-4-2006, a total of 46 establishments have
             been covered and the total assessed seats are 624 out of which 328 seats
             have been filled up to admission session ending March, 2006. He also
             informed the participants about the various steps taken by the Institute in
             streamlining the working of the Apprenticeship Section in the Institute and
           also centralized way of admission of apprentices from admission session
           2006 onwards. He highlighted the fact that some of the establishments did
           not cooperate in this regard and requested the members particularly from
           industry to sensitize the representatives of industries to help the Institute in
           streamlining the admissions under apprenticeship scheme as this going to
           help all the stake holders of the scheme. The members from industry
           assured the IMC to take up this issue with other representatives of industry
           and will sensitize them by making them aware about the existence of the
           scheme as well as the help required by the Institute. Members from
           industry also assured Member Secretary that all possible help will be
           rendered by the industry in admission process.


In the end, the Member Secretary stressed upon the need that the IMC meeting be
organized at least by every two months basis and said that next meeting will take
place very shortly. He thanked the all the participants. The Meeting ended with a vote
of thanks to the Chair.

				
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