ITI in Carpenter Course Overview

ITI Carpenter course is a one-year vocational training trade in carpentry. It is a non-technical trade that deals with the study of various aspects of woodcutting at construction sites. It is a popular course for candidates who have an interest in the field of carpentry.

Carpenter trade is also popular in ITI courses because it is a job-oriented course, and the competition is also not high. You can pursue this carpenter trade course after passing in 8th standard from a recognized board of education.

ITI carpenter is a short-term 1-year course about the study of cutting, shaping, polishing, fitting, and pattern making of wood materials that are used in construction, industrial work, daily life use, etc. In this course, you will be taught about the practice of making various kinds of furniture, the use of boring tools, paring tools, broadening joints, lengthening joints, etc.


After the completion of the ITI carpenter course, you can easily get a job in the government sector or in the private sector. There are many companies that release vacancies for carpenters. You can check these vacancies on the jobs website portal on the internet. There are many jobs portal are available on the web. Some of the job profiles are as follow:

  • Journeyman Carpenter
  • Renovation Carpenter
  • Rough Carpenter
  • Maintenance Carpenter
  • Finish Carpenter
  • Carpenter

The average salary that an ITI carpenter gets in India is Rs10,000 to Rs20,000 monthly i.e. Rs1,20,000 to Rs2,40,000 yearly.

Average Salary:- ₹1,20,000 to ₹2,40,000 per annum.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidates who want to pursue the Carpenter ITI course from an ITI institute must have full fill out these eligibility criteria before admission:

  • Candidates must have passed in 8th standard.
  • Candidates should be passed by a recognized board of education.
  • The candidates should be at least 14 years of age.