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Code : MIN/Q 0407 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

A Loader operator drives and operates a Loader which is a heavy vehicle that is used in mines to move aside or load ROM, product etc. Into or onto another type of machinery (such as a dump truck, conveyor belt, feed hopper etc. Using a loader is a specialized task that can be safely performed with some training and experience. Safety is extremely critical to avoid property damage and personal injury. Operators are also responsible for performing basic maintenance on the Loader.

Code : MIN/Q 0440 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

This role is responsible for end to end activities associated with mining the long wall of coal in a single slice. These activities including cutting of the coal, carrying the coal by conveyors and shifting of the conveyors, support advancement and operation of electric panels for entire long wall apparatus.

Code : MIN/Q 0408 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Mazdoor or Helpers in mines perform a variety of duties. A mining helper could be doing any of the following on a regular work day -transporting material and equipment within mine, cleaning the area to build temporary roads, loading and unloading, reject handling, spotting, erecting or dismantling scaffolding at a construction site on the mine, bricklaying, clean and maintain the mining premises, assist trained operators in installing, dismantling.

Code : MIN/Q 0406 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

A Fitter is responsible for repair, maintenance and overhaul of crushers, heavy earth moving machinery, medium and light vehicles, pumps and compressors and other mechanical equipment and assemblies used in a mine. A fitter most often works with / assists technicians who are more qualified and experienced. The individual must be trained to work safely and assure that he/she can protect himself and others working around him from getting injured.

Code : MSME/PGDIM/02 NSQF Level : Level 8 Sector : Mining

A trainee attending the course on “Post Graduate Diploma in Mechatronics” designs, programmes and simulates the complete automation system using knowledge about architecture and behaviour of various controllers and its peripherals, Hydraulics and Pneumatic system, graphical representation using SCADA, Electrical Auto-CAD, system analysis using MATLAB, Fluid SIM

Code : MIN/Q 0438 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

This role is responsible for design activities and instruction in operation, set-up, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of machines and systems where high tech equipment is used.

Code : MIN/Q 0416 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Mine Electrician ensures installation, use, operations and maintenance of the electrical substations and electrical equipment and electrical supply. The role holder also ensures that all the electrical systems and machinery work is in accordance with relevant specifications.

Code : MIN/Q 0423 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

A mine welder is responsible for joining various types of metallic frames, structures, jigs, plates, sheets etc using heating and melting process created through electrical power and gaseous discharge, maintaining process parameters, conducting quality checks on output product and maintaining a safe & healthy working environment.

Code : MIN/Q 0424 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Mine Machinist reads and interprets the work- process documentation to perform cutting, shaping, and finishing metal to make machine precision machining parts and components, also sets up and operates conventional and numerically controlled metal-cutting machines and equipment including saws, drills, grinders, lathes, and mills and performs work-in-process measuring or checking using specialized and precision tools and equipment

Code : MIN/Q 0427 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Mining mate directly supervises and coordinates the various mine activities and ensures supervising staff, organizing and monitoring work flow for various processes including displaying process understanding, ensuring compliance and team management

Code : MIN/Q 0434 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

This role is responsible for conducting end to end activities of extracting minerals from their ores including crushing and grinding of ore and recovering the minerals from them.

Code : MIN/Q 0405 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Persons handling explosives, in open cast mines, is a part of the blasters sub-category. The individual performing this role facilitates mining operations by cautiously storing, transporting and handling explosives used for blasting in mines.Controlled blasting techniques are used to remove debris and over-burden in order to make way for coal or other metals. The nature of this job requires employees to follow extensive safety precautions therefore the individual has to be experienced and trained in safety procedures and guidelines for mining operations prescribed by DGMS

Code : MIN/Q 0436 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Reclamation Operator understands, supports in execution of Environment Management (Protection) Plan prepared along with the Mining plan. Reclamation Operator needs to understand Environmental Safety Area/Zone requirement in which the mine is planned and operates and ensures strict compliance to environmental acts, regulations and norms. Reclamation Operator executes reclamation plan with the help of Dumper Operator, Leveller Operator, Shovel Operator, Dozer Operator and botanical experts. Reclamation operator?s role can also start with Rehabilitation of existing population, structures or any other entity existing on the mine site.

Code : MIN/Q 0402 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

A rig mounted drill operator drives and operates a drill machine which is a self-propelled machine used to drill shallow as well as deep holes in the soil and rock for blasting or for quarry operations. The holes are caused by crushing under percussion and/or by drill bit rotation causing abrasion. The drill operates on pneumatic hydraulic system and uses compressed air as power source. Operating a drill is a specialized task that can be safely performed only with adequate training and experience. Drill operators are also responsible for performing basic maintenance on the machine.

Code : MIN/Q 0417 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Roof bolter bolts the roof for underground mines, conducts quality checks on output and maintains a safe & healthy working environment

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