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Code : ELE/Q1201 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Electronics & HW

The individual at work designs SOC-module function using software and design tools and as per specifications. The individual is also responsible coordinating with other design teams involved in the SOC design.

Code : ELE/Q6101 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Electronics & HW

The individual at work converts the electrical design drawing to wiring and assembly instructions that are easily understood by assembly technicians.  

Code : ELE/Q1402 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Electronics & HW

The individual at work reads the IC design, develops the test logic for the chip to detect faults in the circuit and to improve testing features in the chip after fabrication process.

Code : ELE/Q1701 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 240 Sector : Electronics & HW

The individual at work operates the automated pick-and-place machine to attach the silicon die or chip on a lead frame or PCB to either glue or solder them. The silicon die, lead frame and solder are used for active components. The chip, conductive adhesive and PCB are used for LEDs.

Code : ELE/Q4302 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 200 Sector : Electronics & HW

The individual at work is responsible for creating a master hard disk and use it for duplicating on empty hard disks to be used by original equipment manufacturers.  

Code : ELE/Q7101 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 240 Sector : Electronics & HW

The individual at work develops electrical system drawings based on panel requirements of the customer, as communicated by the design engineer. This drawing is then verified by the design engineer and used by the production team in order to assemble the control panel.

Code : ELE/Q2102 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 240 Sector : Electronics & HW

The individual at work is responsible for drilling the boards using machines and conducting X-Ray quality checking of the PCBs to ensure drilling have taken place according to the program, before passing it to panel plating or stores.  

Code : ELE/Q8101 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 200 Sector : Electronics & HW

The individual at work installs the set-top box at customer’s premises; addresses the field serviceable complaints and coordinates with the technical team for activation of new connections.  

Code : ELE/Q7306 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 200 Sector : Electronics & HW

The individual at work mounts and installs and connects internal electronic modules devices and components on the control panel .  

Code : ELE/Q3801 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 240 Sector : Electronics & HW

The individual at work develops electrical system drawings based on new product or modifications in modules of existing products. This drawing is then used for prototype development or by the production team to assemble the modified modules in the appliance.

Code : ELE/Q6301 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 200 Sector : Electronics & HW

The individual at work integrates together modules and sub parts that form the electronic system of the product.  

Code : NARQ40012 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 240 Sector : Electronics & HW
Code : ELE/Q6102 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Electronics & HW

The individual at work is responsible for undertaking research on new products, work with R&D on developing the schematics,converting them to PCB layout using CAD and other software and generating the Gerber file to pass on to PCB manufacturers.  

NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 3865 Sector : Electronics & HW

Electronics Fitter, General fits, assembles and repairs various kinds of electronic equipment in factory or workshop or at place of use. Examines drawings and wiring diagrams; checks parts for accuracy of fit and minor adjustments; assembles parts or mounts them on chassis or panels with aid of hand tools; installs and connects wiring, soldering joints equipment, diagnoses faults with aid of electronic testing equipment; dismantles equipment if required and replaces faulty parts or wiring. Electronics Fitter, other include all other workers engaged in fitting, assembling, repairing and maintaining electronic equipment, machinery, appliances, etc., not elsewhere classified. Electronics Mechanic; Electronic Equipment Mechanic repairs electronic equipment, such as computers, industrial controls, radar systems, transmitters and tele-metering control systems following blueprints and manufacturer's specifications and using hand tools and test instruments. Tests faulty equipment and applies knowledge of functional operation of electronic units and systems to diagnose cause of malfunction. Tests electronic components and circuits to locate defects, using instruments, such as oscilloscopes, signal generators, ammeters and voltmeters. Replaces defective components and wiring and adjusts mechanical parts, using hand tools and soldering iron. Aligns, adjusts and calibrates testing instruments. Maintains records of repairs, calibrations and test. May install equipment in industrial or military establishments and in aircraft. Television Installation Man installs and adjusts television receivers and antennas, using hand tools. Selects antenna according to type of set and location of transmitting station. Bolts cross arms and dipole elements in position to assemble antenna. Secures antenna in place with bracket and guy wires, observing insurance codes and local ordnances to protect installation from lighting and other hazards. Drills and waterproofs holes in building to make passage for transmission line. Connects line between receiver and antenna and fastens it in place. Tunes receiver on all channels and adjusts screws to obtain desired density, linearity, focus and size of picture. Orients antenna and installs reflector to obtain strongest possible reception. May operate radio broadcasting unit. Cable Television Installer installs cable television cables and equipment on customer's premises, using electrician's tools and test equipment. Measures television signal strength at utility pole, using electronic test equipment. Computes impedance of wire from pole to house to determine additional resistance needed for reducing signal to desired level. Installs terminal boxes and strings lead-in wires, using electrician's tools. Connects television set to cable system and evaluates incoming signal. Adjusts and repairs cable system to ensure optimum reception. May collect installation fees and explain cable service operation to subscriber. May communicate with SUPERVISOR, using two-way radio or telephone, to receive instructions or technical advice and to report problems to be repaired. May report unauthorized use of cable system to SUPERVISOR. May clean and maintain tools, test equipment. Television Service and Repairman repairs and adjusts radios and television receivers, using hand tools and electronic testing instruments. Tunes receiver on all channels and observes audio and video characteristics to locate source of trouble. Adjusts controls to obtain desired density, linearity, focus and size of picture. Examines chassis for defects. Tests voltages and resistance of circuits to isolate defect following schematic diagram and using voltmeter, oscilloscope, signal generator and other electronic testing instruments. Tests and changes tubes, solders loose connections and repairs or replaces defective parts, using hand tools and soldering iron. Repair radios and other audio equipment. May install television sets. Plan and organize assigned work and detect & resolve issues during execution. Demonstrate possible solutions and agree tasks within the team. Communicate with required clarity and understand technical English. Sensitive to environment, self-learning and productivity.

Code : MSME/EET/54 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 1560 Sector : Electronics & HW
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