Government has established Industrial Training Institute (ITI) in every district. But all such ITIs have primary objective to offer the courses to train and prepare labors required for big factories. Such courses should be immediately discarded and completely new courses should be introduced which can enable the trainees to make their own independent occupations at small scale level. Intensive training should be given for agro processing activities at very small scale level. The test of such ITIs should be that their trainees must be able to make their own business and they do not go for the job of big factories.
So such ITIs should run the short term courses to produce soaps, candles, tooth powder, tooth paste, potato chips, papad, wafer, Ayruvedic medicines etc. All such items should be of daily use to the people of villages and towns and cities. Similarly, such ITIs should run the courses for agro industries to produce jaggery, sugar, oil and for spinning, weaving etc. At present, many ITIs run completely unnecessary courses which are not useful anywhere. E.g. course of fitter is run in every ITI but such fitters are no where required. Such unnecessary courses should be closed and important courses described above should be introduced.