The main objectives of the NTMIS is to estimate the long term and short term requirement of technical manpower in the country and their supply on the basis of the intake and outturn figures; and to provide forecasts about the adequacy and shortage of manpower requirements in the present and future years.
- Estimation of short-term and long-term requirements of different categories of Engineering and technical man power in different fields with branches of specialization.
- Management, Pharmacy and HMCT courses are also covered in the NTMIS from the year 2005.
- Estimation of supply of different categories of engineering and technical manpower on the basis of existing intake and out turn figures.
- Assessment of anticipated gaps in demand and supply position in the present and future years.
- Collection and analysis of data to match the job requirements with facilities for education and training.
- Providing forecasts about adequacy or shortage of manpower requirements in the future years.
- Undertaking studies for assessment of future needs and for giving indications about the specialized fields requiring urgent attention for expansion of facilities for education and training.
The data collection work mainly consists of the following:
Graduate Follow-Up Survey – All candidates of diploma level and degree level institutions are contacted at their permanent address. Their employment details are collected in a prescribed format.
Institutional Survey – This consists of the collection of details of facilities from diploma level and degree level institutions in a prescribed format.
Establishment Survey – This consists of data collection from different establishments regarding the details of engineering and technical manpower employed. This work is done by the Board of Apprenticeship Training (BOAT), Kanpur.
Whom does NTMIS help?
- Educational institutions and planners for taking decisions regarding capacity expansion in engineering, management, pharmacy and hotel management and catering technology education, introduction of new courses, modification of curricula, improvement in the quality of teaching input and other infrastructure facilities
- Career Guidance Counselors and Employment planners for taking decisions regarding the avenues of employment, strategy for employment generation etc.
- Parents and students for knowing about the employment market for different courses in engineering, management, pharmacy and hotel management and catering technology and facilities available for different courses, etc.
- Establishments for ranking institutional sources of supply and for bridging between education / training and employability
- Institutions for rating establishments that employ their alumni and for understanding gaps between outturn and employablility.
Publication of Reports:
ATMR-2003 (Engineering/Diploma) - Published
ATMR-2004 (Engineering/Diploma) - Published
ATMR-2005 (Engineering/Diploma) - Published
ATER-2008 (Engineering/Diploma) - Published
Eemployment Scenario of Technical Manpower (Engineeering) -2008 - Published
Eemployment Scenario of Technical Manpower (Diploma)-2008 - Published
ATER-2009 (Engineering/Diploma)-Under preparation
ATER (MBA,Pharmacy & HMCT) 2010 - Published
ATER (MBA,Pharmacy & HMCT) 2011 -Under preparation
Publications of Other Reports:
1 State Level Register of Technical Manpower (U.P. & Uttaranchal)- 2002-Published
2 Directory of Technical Institutions (Engineering & Diploma) U.P. & Uttaranchal-2004-Published
3 Details of Ph.D Thesis in Engineering -2004 -Published
1. Organised National Workshop on “Technical Manpower & Curriculum -The Critical Issues” October 29-30, 2010.
2. ITIs / ITCs / CoE Graduates Evaluation Survey Completed work assigned by Planning Commission, Government of India, New Delhi.