UP ITI Admission 2023: UP Government not to increase private ITI fees this year
A necessary mandate in this regard has been issued by Abhishek Singh, special secretary, the vocational education department
As per media reports, the Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath-led government has taken the decision not to increase the fees in private Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) for this academic session 2023-24.
The fee structure remains the same from its 2018 announcement, with the decision rooted in acknowledging the challenges experienced by many parents throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UP government stated that, “the government had kept the standard fee for the private industrial training institutes fixed for the year 2018 at status quo. In the current session also, it has been decided to continue the fees of private ITIs fixed in the year 2018.”
As per media reports, the CMO also informed that the fee fixation proposal will be made available by April 2024.
The minister of state for Skill Development and Vocational Training (Independent Charge) Kapil Dev Agarwal said that on the instructions of the chief minister, these big reliefs have been given to the students and their parents who are going to make their future in the field of vocational education.
A necessary mandate in this regard has been issued by Abhishek Singh, special secretary, the vocational education department.
He has also instructed the Director, Training and Employment, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow to make available the fee fixation proposal for the upcoming session 2024-25 by the month of April 2024.