India, Sept. 9 -- The Directorate of Vocational Education and Training (DVET) recently announced the first merit list for aspirants interested in Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) and nearly 68% seats across government add private ITIs have been allotted in the first round itself. Once again, applications for government institutes is higher and this shows in allotment statistics as well.

"Government ITIs give students the option of fee reimbursement, as well as provide better internship and job opportunities after the two year course ends. Such reasons attract more students to government institutions," said the principal of a government ITI in the city.

As per information shared by the DVET, there are 417 government-funded and 559 p...