Draughtsman Civil ITI course deals with the detailed technical drawing or plans section for buildings, dams, roads, airports, bridges etc.
This course has been designed in such a way that it can full fill the requirements of Indian industry as well as international industries.
Due to which students have no problem in getting jobs in India as well as in other countries.
Drawing sketches from the instruction of the civil engineer, and calculating the dimensions is the main work of the draftsman civil.
Who should do this course?
Students who want to pursue a career in the field of civil, and also those who like the field of civil architecture, should do this course.
Students who have an interest in the drawing of every structure and construction of the structure should also join this course.
Apart from this, the students who want to do a course in which there is good job potential, and the sector is also growing fast, by studying a course of shorter duration, spending less money, should also join this course.
Draughtsman Civil ITI course - key points
Following are the key points and Highlights of the Draughtsman Civil course-
2 years (4 Semesters)
10th from any Recognized Board, minimum 35 % in 10th
Minimum of 14 years
Direct in Most of the Private colleges, for Government colleges Entrance exam
5 thousand per year to 50 thousand per year
Starting Average Salary
1.0 lakhs to 1.5 lakhs per year
Drafter, Junior drafter, surveyor
Government Jobs, Electricity Department, PWD, IOCL
most of the Junior Drafters are ITI or Diploma holders
What do students learn during the course?
During the Draughtsman Civil ITI course, students get the skills of Planning, drawing, estimating, and costing of all type of civil work.
they learn drawing plans using AutoCAD, and they also learn to make 3D models of all types of Civil work.
the students learn during this 4 semesters about the giving lineout at site and supervision of work at the site.
After the completion, of course, students will have proper knowledge about the following topics-
Bridge and culverts
Any student who has passed class 10th from a recognized board can join this course.
Maths and Science paper is compulsion in class 10 to join this course.
The age of the student should not be less than 14 years and not more than 40 years.
Admission Procedure for Draughtsman civil ITI course
Any student who is interested in the draftsman civil ITI course can take admission in two ways.
through an entrance exam
Admission will be given on the basis of 10th mark for this course in almost all private ITIs.
Students must clear the entrance exam for admission to government ITI colleges.
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Duration of Course
The Duration of the ITI Draughtsman civil course is 2 years, divided into 4 semesters.
During these four semesters, lecturers try to explain technical topics in easy language through workshops, along with practical and theoretical methods.
Duration of Apprentice training after ITI Draughtsman civil course-
Students who do well during the ITI course and if they get a chance to apprentice, then its duration is 3 years. Which includes 2 years of basic training.
The tuition fees for this course have been kept very low so that more and more students can join this technical course.
While the annual fees in a government ITI college vary from 2000 to 5000, the annual fee in a private ITI college can range from Rs 10,000 to 50000.
Career options after Draughtsman Civil course
This course has been planned in such a way that students can get a good job easily after the course is completed.
India and many countries of the world are developing countries, and construction work is going on fast in these developing countries,
and the more construction work is being done, the more Draughtsman civil persons are needed.
A lot of jobs for ITI Draughtsman civil students are available in government and non-government fields.
In which they can join according to their knowledge and need.
Employment opportunities for trainee from this trade as Draftsman, Surveyor and Land Surveyor shall be available in Central & State Government Departments. Ammonia Printer in Railways, C.P.W.D. Military, TCP, P.D.A., P.W.D., HUDA, Housing Board, Land Survey.
Private sector opportunities shall be as Draftsman, Construction Supervisor with Architect, Civil Engineer, and Civil Contractor, Builders.
different roles they can get while working in different fields are-
After this course, there are many opportunities for government jobs too, some of which are as follows-
Airport Authority of India
Draftsman, Surveyor and Land Surveyor jobs are available in the Central Government and State Government for students who complete the course.
Salary after Draughtsman civil course-
After this course, the initial salary that most students have received is around 10000 per month.
If the student gets a government job, then he also gets around 15 thousand a month.
At the same time, if the student goes for an apprentice, then he gets five to 6000 months there.
Students do not need to panic after seeing this initial salary, they start getting good salary with experience.
Many students after getting this ITI course are getting employment in Gulf Country, European Country, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore etc.
Youth employed in these countries are earning well.
Higher Education options
When a student does Draughtsman civil course, he takes the first step in the field of structural designing and architecture.
Students can take their higher education further according to their interest and needs, there are many options for higher education, some of them are mentioned below-
Along with doing this course, the student can also write his / her twelfth examination from NIOS Board, which makes him/her eligible for higher education in any field.
If the student wants to do a diploma, he can take admission in the related branch, directly in the second year through lateral entry.
After this course, a student can join the apprenticeship program in different industries, which can get him a national apprenticeship certificate.
Self-employment opportunities after this course
After this course, a lot of young people start their own business, and there they start planning, drawing, estimating and costing, and supervising the construction work
People do their own office setup to do all this work and earn good money from there.
Along with this, a lot of youngsters start construction material supply work, and they are able to earn a good income in it too.
Some top ITI Draughtsman Civil colleges-
Guru Daksha Industrial Training Center, Hisar
Chamba Millennium Industrial Training Institute, Chamba
Bhagwan Parshuram Industrial Training Institute, Sirmaur
SBSJ Industrial Training Institute, Solan
Abdul Bari Technical Center, Patna
GCRG Group of Institutions, Lucknow
Government ITI, Khairatabad, Hyderabad
Sir CV Raman Industrial Training Institute, New Delhi.
Dalchand ITI, Lucknow
Dehradun Industrial Training, Dehradun
Government Industrial Training Institute, Bokaro
Baliapur Institute of Technology, Dhanbad
Government Industrial Training Institute, Bhatinda
Course Introduction- Familiarization with college
Safety measures- Importance of safety
Introduction to the safety equipment
Lettering basics- vertical and inclined
Importance of lettering
Applied trade problems- calculations
Scales, sign & symbols
construction and choice of scale, different types of lines
Drawing Plan, Dimensioning Techniques
Projection, types and methods of projection
ratio and proportion in trade problems
The principal of isometric and Axonometric projection
Algebra- simple to advance problems
Using graphical methods reduction and enlargement of an object
different techniques of reducing and enlargement
laws of motion, unit of force
perspective projection of a building using One point and two-point method
the two-point perspective drawing method
arrangement of bricks in different parts of bonds such as in walls, pillars
Building Material introduction
Area of square, triangle, circle
foundation drawing, footing, piles
foundation details, the safety of the foundation
simple bodies weight calculation- such as square, cube
effect and source of dampness, damp proof course
simple graph, trigonometrical graph
different signs used in engineering survey
surveying and classification
solution of triangles
chain survey of small plots and built-up plots
advantages and disadvantages of different survey technique
polygons, circles parallelogram, parabola and ellipse Properties
Surveying of a building site using chain entering field book and plotting
field problems, field book maintenance
Handling of different types of instruments
accessories and instrument use instruction
using Simpson's rule calculation of circle
cross-section of road and railway
Introduction to the road and railway alignment
rectangular parallelopoids, cylinders, pyramids and spheres Surface area and volumes calculation
drawing of a masonry culvert
Bridge introduction- different types of bridge
magnet and magnetism
different types of irrigation structures Drawing
Introduction to water resources, such as Dam, canal
Different magnetic substances and permanent magnets
public health & sanitization, different sanitary fittings
different terms used in sanitary fittings
line of force and magnetic field
Floor and finishing methods
Different types of floors and floor materials
functions and different trigonometric ratios
different types of steel roof trusses Drawing
introduction to structural drafting.
ground floors concrete brick on edge, timber, tiled, patent stone, mosaic and steel floor Drawing details
concrete proportion and mixing, types of mortar
study of different section, the centre of gravity
arches, lintels and centring & Shuttering Drawing forms
technical terms related to Arches and lintel
practicals for survey
drawing of Carpentry Joints
classification of joints, Carpentry joints terms.
various types of load and support
detailed drawing of different type of doors
parts of doors, size and types
Window and ventilators detailed drawing
types of window and ventilators, need
pitched roof including king & queen post, roof trusses Drawing details
a detailed study about roof
various types of load study
Upper floor, wooden floor, stone, jack arch Drawing details
Upper floor classification and construction
drawing details of stairs
types of stairs and material
problems of overhanging beams
Plumbing details, tools and materials
safety precautions while doing plumbing work
Carpentry- use and tools
safety tools of carpentry
perfect frame analysis
Electrical wiring in a different system
safety precautions, wireman tool kit
Building construction drawing
masonry tools and safety precautions while working on it
plan meter and pantograph Use & practises
with the use of digital theodolite and total station performing survey
simple reflection, bending stress
single-storied residential house with a single room Drawing details
Residential building planning
simple trade connections
Drawing details of different structures viz. column, beams, slabs, staircase, footing, lintels etc.
bar bending schedule preparation
Estimation of residential building preparation
bar bending schedule, preparation
Building Drawing and structural Drawing using CAD software and Practice
Architectural Desktop and creating modelling.
CAD command and uses
note- the syllabus mentioned here is brief, and you can visit the NCVT website for detailed information. This syllabus is followed by almost all ITI colleges in India.
Draughtsman civil FAQs-
What is the difference between draftsman and Draughtsman?
there is no difference between draughtsman and draftsman, in some countries a person skilled at drawing engineering or architectural plans, is called draughtsman or in some countries like Americ a draftsman.
so you can call a person who is creating the blueprint of structures as draughtsman or draftsman.