To implement its proposal to set up 38 new ITIs in various districts under the PPP model, the State Labour Department has invited industrial houses and non-governmental organisations which was planned to cover up the resource crunch which the State was facing. The new ITIs are proposed to come up at Ramgarh, Barhi, Bermo, Ghatshila, Chakulia, Bahragoda, Chakradharpur, Manoharpur, Jagannathpur, Chandil, Hussainabad, Chattarpur, Ranka, Nagarutari, Mahuatand, Chandwa, Khunti, Ghaghra, Bundu, Mandar, Rajmahal and Madhupur subdivisions.
At present, there are 22 State-run ITIs, including six for girls. Two ITIs, located at Godda and Tamar in Ranchi have already been handed over to the Jindal Steel and Power Limited and Tata Steel for operation and maintenance.
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