About Us


  • The training center is established in the 1980 by late Rev. Fr. Chacko Elavumparambil and is owned and managed by the Catholic Diocese of Muvattupuzha under the Glorious management of his excellency Most. Rev.Dr.Abraham Mar Julios..
  • During the last 37 years of its existence , more than 5000 youths have found out their future either as an entrepreneur or as a skilled workman , and many of them are Abroad
  • The centre offers training with updated NCVT syllabus and by well experienced and qualified faculties. The labs are equipped with most modern tools &Equipment as per NCVT norms.
  • The campus is located in a 3 acre spacious , green and  eco - friendly well maintained compound with one garbage disposable plant, and round the clock captive drinking water facility. Stand - by generator and solar plant is also available as an alternate to KSEB power supply.



  • Aim to improve the economic conditions of rural youth by imparting knowledge, skill  and attitude to enhance their employability 


  • To provide skilled and semi - skilled technicians matching international standards


v NCVT syllabus is strictly followed. This includes daily 5 Hrs of practical work and two and half Hrs of theory, workshop calculation &engineering drawing.

v  Minimum 80 % attendance is mandatory for appearing the NCVT examination.

v  Monthly test and model exams are conducted at regular intervals.

v  Industrial visit are mandatory as per syllabus



For admission, applications are issued May/June every year. For courses offered and seats available, please go through the table given below. Admissions will be granted on first come first served bases as per NCVT norms prevailing, and based on written test & interview.






The Craftsman Training Scheme was introduced by the Government of India in 1950. It was to ensure the production of skilled workers in different trades for domestic as well as industries.  By giving systematic training can improve the quality of the skilled workers, and thus can reduce unemployment among  the educated youth.  The most important in the field of vocational training, has been shaping  craftsmen to meet the existing as well as future man power need, through the vast net work of  ITI’s in the various states in the country.  To maintain uniformity in the standards  of training all over the country an advisory body (named as) the National Council for Vocational Training was set up by the Central Government in 1956.  This Council has been entrusted  with the responsibilities of conducting”, All India Trade Test and awarding National Trade Certificates.  The National Council is chaired by the Minister of Labour, with members representing Central and State Government Departments, employers and workers organizations, Professional and learned bodies, all India Council for technical education, scheduled castes and scheduled tribes, all India women’s organization etc. The State Council for vocational training at the State level and the trade Committees have been established to assist the National Council.

Training under this scheme is provided in engineering and non-engineering trades of one or two years course duration to the trainees of 15 to 40 years age group. The educational qualifications for admission vary from VIII to +2 standards, depending on the trades.

There is a tremendous growth in the number of institutions providing technical education in recent years.  Engineering and technical education in our country become very popular, as many people believe that it has high employment potential in India and abroad.

India produces about 7,50,000 engineering graduates every years. Of these almost 40% who scout for a job for almost a year, while around 22 % take almost 2 years before entering a job.   Today most of the industries requires skilled labours rather than engineering graduates who has only theoretical knowledge and less practical knowledge.  An important fact in that are engineering graduate is expected to super vise minimum of eight skilled workers on an average at work place ie.   The number of skilled technicians should be eight times that of graduates.  If 1,00,000 engineering graduates are placed in a year, the number of vacancy for skilled technicians is about 8,00,000 ( 8 times).  But the main point to be noted is that the number of skilled technicians pass out in a year is less than the requirements.  So there wouldn’t be any unemployment for them.

There was a God’s man who had fore seen these facts one  and a half decade ago.  Rev: Fr. Chacko Elavumparambil   the  founder of MSM ITI,. Piravom  led the Institution in its early stage.   MSM ITI Piravom established in the year 1980.  It is managed by the education division of Eparchy of Muvattupuzha, the Malankara Catholic Diocese.  Here  we are giving qualitative industrial training in Seven Trades. 


They are Draughtsman/Civil, Electrician, Fitter, Electronic Mechanic, Mechanic Motor Vehicle, Plumber, Mechanic  Radio & Television (MRTV). We are doing our best to provide the trainees employable training and to cultivate and nurture a technical and industrial attitude in their minds. Also  do the necessary to assist for placement.  Under the leadership of H.E. RT. Rev. Dr. Abraham Mar Julios - Bishop  of Muvattupuzha, our Patron and Rev: Fr. George Maramkandom - our Director we  are in Pursuit of new horizon .


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