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Code : AMH/Q2201 NSQF Level : Level 6 Notional Hours : 360 Sector : Apparel

A Factory Compliance Auditor is responsible for conducting regular audits in the apparel factory to check if the unit is functioning in accordance to the industry regulations, standards and policies. The Compliance Auditor prepares a detailed report of the audit findings with remarks on system adequacy, system conformance or deviation if any, and overall system performance.

Code : AMH/Q1201 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 720 Sector : Apparel

A Fashion Designer should have the skills and knowledge to develop fashion design briefs and manage the development of design concepts for commercial production. TheInitial process includes conducting market research and trend analysis for the particular season and identifying a theme for the collection; then creating a mood board and color board based on the theme, develop an entire range according to the business plan and as per the theme board. After finalization on the range with the team, create the techpack for each style. Work with different teams to create a prototype design based on the techpack. Evaluation of the sample and documentation of the same is also done by the designer.

Code : AMH/Q2255 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Apparel

Finisher is responsible for monitoring production, quality and delivery of finished products to subsequent section of packing operations as per priority and specifications.

Code : AMH/Q 1301 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 200 Sector : Apparel

The Framer of a Computerized Embroidery Machine is responsible for preparation & setup of the embroidery machine for embroidery and carries out hooping & framing operations. The Framer is also responsible for removal of frame and fabric panel once the embroidery has been completed. While the embroidery is done through the computerized embroidery machine, the Framer needs to monitor the progress, and ensure the required quality of embroidery is achieved.

Code : AMH/Q1501 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 540 Sector : Apparel

The Garment cutter should be able to take the fabric from stock, load the fabric and program the CAM to run the particular design. A garment cutter also removes the cut pieces off the conveyer belt and ensures cutting is done as per product requirements.

Code : N/A NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 650 Sector : Apparel
Code : AMH/Q1001 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 200 Sector : Apparel

A Hand Embroiderer embroiders decorative designs on fabric & other materials by hand, using needle & thread. The hand embroiderer uses a variety of sewing techniques to create different kinds of embroidery stitches & effects such as Cross stitch, French knot stitch, Bullion knot stitch, Shade work, Applique work, English Smocking etc. The job requires the hand embroiderer to have the skills to stitch a variety of Flat stitches, Loop stitches and Knotted stitches.

Code : AMH/Q1010 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 200 Sector : Apparel

Hand embroiderer (Addawala) is responsible for creating design along with the tracings done on to the fabric. The hand embroiderer uses variety of sewing techniques to create different kinds of embroidery stitches & effects such as Cross stitch, French knot stitch, Bullion knot stitch, Shade work, Appliqué work, English Smocking etc. as well as uses decorative stones to fix for embellishments. The job requires the hand embroiderer to have the skills to stitch a variety of Flat stitches, Loop stitches and Knotted stitches.

NSQF Level : Level 2 Notional Hours : 620 Sector : Apparel

The course ‘HAND  EMBROIDER’ is meant for a trainee who shall be able to make decorative handicrafts, do embroidery at nick lines Yokes, Sleeves, kameez etc. 

Code : AMH/Q2001 NSQF Level : Level 6 Notional Hours : 360 Sector : Apparel

An Industrial Engineer is responsible for determining most effective ways to create a product or service in sewing line.Theirwork includes analysis of the sewing method & process, machineand supervision of production floor for efficiency improvement.

Code : AMH/Q0102 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 360 Sector : Apparel

An In-Line checker is an important job-role associated with Apparel sector. The primary responsibility of a checker is to identify the faults in the fabrics, cut components and garment parts through visual inspection.

Code : N/A NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 650 Sector : Apparel
Code : AMHQ0201 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Apparel

A Layerman is pre-production job role. The key responsibility of a Layer Man is to inspect the fabric to identify the presence of any basic fabric faults, laying and cutting the fabric as per specified length before the fabric is passed on to the parts cutting stage.

Code : AMH/Q0601 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 720 Sector : Apparel

Line in-charge or Line Supervisor (stitching) is responsible for monitoring production, quality and smooth running of assembly line composed of many stitchers working in team.

Code : AMHQ1901 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 540 Sector : Apparel

A sewing machine maintenance mechanic is responsible for conducting regular preventive maintenance procedures to ensure the machines are in good condition & function smoothly, as well as trouble shoot machine associated problems and change machine parts as and when required.

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