Roles of Establishment in National Web Portal on NATS Establishment BrochurePDF file that opens in a New Window14.8 MB
With effect from 01/04/2016 registration of Establishments on National Web Portal is mandatory.
All establishments required to Engage Apprentices from the year 2016-17 must enroll themselves in the National portal. Procedure
The Establishments Engaged Apprentices prior to 01.04.2016 may obtain their User ID and Password from BOPT(ER) by mailing a request at
Latest Announcements
Holding of awareness workshops on Draft National Credit Framework (NCrF)     dated:14.11.2022 new
Advance and Basic Courses in Artiflcial Intelligence and Machine Leaming     dated:26.10.2022 new
Last date of submission of COP request by establishment for Apprentices completed training on or before 31.03.2017 PDF file that opens in a New Window1.24 MB
Non acceptance of Delayed claims   Dated:24.05.17PDF file that opens in a New Window1.25 MB
Enrolled Establishments can enjoy following e-business facilities   Dated:17.04.17 PDF file that opens in a New Window266 KB
Updating profile by Establishment. PDF file that opens in a New Window293 KB [Procedure]
Prepare panel of Students for calling for Interview/Counseling/Offer for apprenticeship training by Establishment. PDF file that opens in a New Window497 KB [Procedure]
Creation of Contract by the establishment in respect of apprentices joined in that Establishment.PDF file that opens in a New Window454 KB [Procedure]
Apprentice Contract Amendment (Period).
Absence of apprentices’ notification by Establishment.
Novation of Contract.
Termination of Contract.
Add Performance/Record of Progress of Apprentices New Module.PDF file that opens in a New Window0.98 MB [Procedure]
Raising reimbursement claim for Central Govt. Share of Stipend.PDF file that opens in a New Window345 KB [Procedure]
Creating Training Completion Report and Application of Issuance of Certificate of Proficiency. PDF file that opens in a New Window703 KB
Uploading other mandatory documents.
Industrial Revolution 2.0 – driven by the youth of India

To fuel the Make in India drive, industries in both, public and private sectors require skilled workers, with a sound foundation. NATS aims to address that need by allowing organizations to recruit raw, technically qualified candidates, train them for one year and absorb them or allow them to be absorbed by others.

The NATS trainees will help industries improve productivity as they carry on the important task of nation building.

  • Develop an industry-ready talent pool
  • Subsidy from Government of India
  • Fulfill Human Resource needs at an optimum cost


“Apprentices from NATS come to us with requisite skill-sets that make every candidate an invaluable asset. They hit the ground running and have greatly improved our productivity.”
- Managing Director, SAIL