ITI Delhi Online Admission Form 2019 Procedure Steps, ITI Delhi Choice Filling Guideline Steps And Other Important Steps

ITI Delhi Admission Form 2019 Procedure Steps, ITI Delhi Choice Filling Guideline Steps And ITI Delhi Imp Point Online Registration Form & Others Details


ITI Delhi Online Admission Procedure -


1) The candidates can register for online admission from any of the internet access points through the
Website http://www.itidelhiadmissions.nic.in.

2) The Registration form should be filled-up carefully in ENGLISH language only as per the instructions. Mobile number is compulsorily for registration.

3) Only one Registration form is to be filled to apply in different trades/ITIs. One mobile number can
be used for only single registration.

4) For Registration, the candidate will have to click the “NEW REGISTRATION” tab available on the home page of the admission portal. A Registration number will be generated after successful
submission of registration form.

5) After generating registration number candidate needs to log in and select “FEE PAYMENT” link and select “Pay Registration fee” option and then select “Make Payment” option and then select the
mode of payment from the window of On Line Portal and pay the registration amount of Rs. 200/-
by Credit Card, Debit Card, Debit+ ATM Card or Internet Banking.

6) After paying the fee candidate needs to log in and click on “CHOICES” tab, then select “FILL AND EDIT CHOICES”. Choice filling guidelines are available on the admission portal. Candidate must read them carefully before filling choices.

7) Candidate needs to fill the various Trade/ITI choices available as per his/her eligibility in order of
preference (i.e. more preferred Trade/ITI choice to be given higher preference and followed by
lower preferred ITI/Trade choices. There is no restriction in number of choices and a candidate can
fill as many choices as she/he likes from the available choices.

8) It is advised that the candidate should make a list of trades/ITI choices beforehand in preference
order as per Performa attached (Annexure XI) before filling online registration form, to avoid
confusion/filling up of undesirable trade/ITI. Divyang candidates must fill choices in the trades in
which they are certified as fit for undergoing the trade by NCS(Formerly VRC 9-11 Vikas Marg,
Karkardooma, Delhi. If due to wrong filling of choices a seat is allotted to the divyang candidate in
which he/she is not fit for trade, then the same would get cancelled and candidate would be
responsible for the same.

9) After filling the choices, the candidate must save the filled choices by clicking on the” Save Choiceor Save & Exit button” and take a print out of saved choices.

10) Candidate can re-shuffle their Trade/ITI choices after registration and after each round of
counseling, (if required) during stipulated time.

11) The candidate should take the printout of the filled Registration Form. The candidate has to
remember the registration number allotted and password during registration.

12) The Registration form should be filled-up carefully as per the instructions provided in prospectus
and candidate manual.

13) Name of candidate, Father’s Name, Mother’s Name and Date of Birth must be written as given in
School’s/Board’s Certificate.

14) “Region” in the Registration form must be filled-up. Select “Delhi” if you have passed your
qualifying examination from a school located in Delhi. Select “Outside Delhi” if you have passed
your qualifying examination from a school located outside Delhi.

For National Institute of Open Schooling, the state of location of the study centre (school) will be
considered as the state of the candidate.

15) The candidates who have passed qualifying examination through distance education /open
education system of any recognized board/ university will have produce a proof issued by the
respective board/ university regarding his /her study center being located in Delhi for claiming seats
under Delhi region seats. If candidate fails to produce the proof regarding his/her study center then
the candidate would be considered for seats under outside Delhi quota.

16) The candidates who have passed their qualifying exam through Patrachar / Correspondence shall have toproduce proof of residence for verifying the State of Eligibility.

17) Candidate should mention his/her religion carefully as it would be used for allotment of seats under minority quota in ITI for women MSDP, Nand Nagri.

18) Before verification candidate can correct his/her particulars in Registration Form, by clicking
“Already registered candidates” and using the option “Edit Registration Module”.

19) Candidate need to visit any Govt. ITI for the verification. Candidate should carry his original
documents for verification along with a set of photo-copy of all the relevant documents
(self-attested to be submitted at the time of verification and admission).

20) Verification is one time process and it will be valid for all rounds of counseling. Registration without verification is incomplete and would not be considered for counseling.

21) Thereafter, tentative rank list will be prepared on the basis of Marks / Grades obtained by the
Candidate in the qualification exam &using tie breaker criteria as given in prospectus. The candidate
must thoroughly check his/her details in the list and if he/she finds any discrepancy then he/she
must come in person at Help-Desk of the ITI wherever he has verified & submitted his/her
documents. Corrections / Objection if any are to be submitting within stipulated time as per
schedule provided on the website.

22) Final rank list will be displayed after incorporating the valid correction. Candidate must note his
rank for future reference.

23) No separate intimation will be sent to candidates regarding declaration of result. Intimation
regarding declaration of result would be intimated on the admissions website.

24) Thereafter, in the First Round of Counseling, seats will be allotted to the candidates by consideringtheir rank, category, sub-category and gender as per choice filled by the candidate in preferred order.

25) Counseling Result will be published on the online admission website.(Admission Schedule is given in the prospectus.)

26) The allotted candidates should take a printout of his/her Allotment Letter by logging on the
website and must report to the allotted ITI within stipulated time.

27) If the candidate is satisfied with the allotted seat, he/she can opt for freezing his/her allotted seat
by visiting the allotted ITI with all original certificates and photocopy of all relevant documents
along with full course fee within stipulated time.


CHOICE FILLING GUIDELINES - 

For First time choice filling Candidates for verification.

- All registered candidates need to fill their choices for the Trades/ITI’s in which he/she
desires admission before going for verification .

- Candidate should fill as many choices as possible to increase his/her chances of getting
a seat allotted.

- The location of various ITI’s is available in prospectus. Candidates may use this
information to find out the distance of ITI from his/her place of residence.

- Helpdesks are available at various I.T.I in case candidate needs any help.

- The higher choice seat would be first considered for allotment to the candidate and if
that seat is not available then the next lower choice seat would be considered and so on.
Choice number “1” would be the highest choice in order of preference.

The candidate needs to follow the following procedure for filling choices during online
admission:-
1. Open the homepage of ITI online admission i.e.http://www.itidelhiadmissions.nic.in/Candidate/login.aspx.

2. Log in to website using your registration number and password. Using “Already Registered Users” link.

3. After successfully logging into the website click on the “CHOICES” option available on the blue color menu line displayed on the top of online admission software

4. After that the following choice filling option will open for the candidate for filling choices

5. On the left side of screen the trades/ITI for which candidate is eligible would be shown. The Trades/ITI’s for which a candidate is not eligible would not be shown in the “add choice column“. Eg. If a candidate is male then he would not be shown “all women courses in coed ITI’s” and “all trades of women ITI’s”. Similarly if a candidate does not have math /science in qualifying exam then trades which had entry qualification of mathematics and science would not be displayed to him

6. Candidate has the option to sorting the options of trades/ITI choices for which he is eligible to
apply either Institute Name wise or course name wise.

7. When the candidate clicks on sort by “INSTITUTE NAME” the Trades/ITI available to the candidate would be sorted according to the name of ITI in alphabetical order. i.e. All the trades of one ITI for which candidate is eligible would be shown first and then all the eligible trades of next ITI and so on in alphabetical order

8. If the candidate sorts by” Course Name” then Trades/ITI available to the candidate would be
sorted according to the name of Trade in alphabetical order. i.e. All the ITI’s which have particular trade for which candidate is eligible would be shown first and then followed by next trade in alphabetical order

9. The candidate needs to fill the various trade/ITI choices by clicking on the” ADD button” infront of Trade/ITI Choice. After pressing the button the trade/ITI choice will move from right side column to left hand side.

10. Only the choices which the candidate has added and saved would be considered for admission
in order of preference i.e. most preferred trade/ITI choice to be given as 1st preference and followed by least preferred choices.

11. There is no restriction in number of choices and a candidate can fill as many choices as she/he likes from the available choices.

12. The candidate can change the choice number of his added Trade/ITI choices by clicking on the “Move up” or “Move Down” button as applicable. The higher choice seat would be first considered for allotment to the candidate and if that seat is not available then the next lower choice seat would be considered. Choice number “1” would be the highest choice in order of preference.

13. After filling the choices and setting the preferences, the candidate must compulsorily save the
filled choices by Save Choice or Save & Exit button. The choices which are not saved would not be considered for admission.

14. During choice filling days already filled choices can also be edited. Same procedure as given above has to be followed for editing.

15. Candidate should take a print out after filling /editing his choices by clicking on “ Print your filled
choices” button on the MENU BAR available on top and the Clicking on Print option




CHOICE FILLING GUIDELINES AFTER REGISTARTION FEE PAYMENT - CLICK HERE

ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM SAMPLE - CLICK HERE