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Code : DIPP/FDDI/Q1101 NSQF Level : Level 2 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Leather

A Basic Closing Operator, also called as ‘Stitcher’ is an important job-role associated with Leather – Footwear sector. The primary responsibility of a Stitcher is to stitch/ sew leather or other materials to produce footwear.

Code : DIPP/FDDI/Q2101 NSQF Level : Level 2 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Leather

A Basic Closing Operator, also called as a ‘Stitcher’ is an important job-role associated with Goods & Garments sector. The primary responsibility of a Stitcher is to stitch/ sew leather or other materials to produce goods and garments.

Code : DIPP/FDDI/Q1201 NSQF Level : Level 2 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Leather

A Basic Cutting Operator, also called a ‘Cutter’ is an important job-role associated with Footwear sector. The primary responsibility of a Cutter is to cut leather or other materials to produce footwear.

Code : DIPP/FDDI/Q2201 NSQF Level : Level 2 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Leather

Basic Cutting Operator, also called a ‘Cutter’ is an important job-role associated with Goods & Garments sector. The primary responsibility of a Cutter is to cut leather or other materials to produce goods and garments.

Code : LSS /Q0801 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Leather

A Buffing Operator performs the process of removing the grain on the leather by abrasion. More particularly he/ she removes the flesh side of the leather by mechanical abrasion to produce a suede effect, or to reduce the substance. The process is also known as "snuffing", if removal is on the grain side of the leather. The aim of the buffing/ snuffing operation is to improve the uniformity of the grain appearance.

Code : LSS/Q2103 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Leather

Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) operator uses computer hardware and graphics software to generate design drawings. CAD equipment enables operators to quickly design and produce very accurate and realistic images of leather footwear to be manufactured. Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) system automatically produces finished designs by using computer controlled production machines.

Code : LSS/Q5102 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Leather

Computer Aided Design / Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) operator uses computer hardware and graphics software to generate design drawings. CAD equipment enables operators to quickly design and produce very accurate and realistic images of leather garments to be manufactured. Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) system automatically produces finished designs by using computer controlled production machines.

Code : LSS/Q5101 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Leather

Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) operator uses computer hardware and graphics software to generate design drawings. CAD equipment enables operators to quickly design and produce very accurate and realistic images of leather goods to be manufactured. Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) system automatically produces finished designs by using computer controlled production machines.

Code : LSS/Q2301 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Leather

The individual, as a part of the job role, lays out, marks, and cuts leather or non-leather material into parts for articles using cutting dies. The critical component of the role is to position leather/non-leather for cutting to ensure good number and quality of cut pieces.

Code : LSS/Q5301 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Leather

The individual, as a part of the job role, lays out, marks, and cuts leather or non-leather material into parts for articles using cutting dies. The critical component of the role is to position leather/non-leather for cutting to ensure good number and quality of cut pieces.

Code : LSS/QO301 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Leather

A Drum Operator works at the tannery and processes hides by loading them into large rotating wooden drums adding the necessary floats and chemicals as per specifications, maintains the temperature in the drums and completes the required quality checks to ensure completion of processing. He/she is responsible for safe and efficient operations of the machine and related equipments.

Code : LSS /Q0803 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Leather

Finishing Operator performs various finishing processes such as Staking, Buffing, Auto Spraying, etc. Finishing operator is a multi-skilled operation capable of operating various machineries and performing various processes within finishing operation.

Code : LSS/Q3001 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Leather

The Finishing Operator is primarily responsible for performing the final finishing operations for the footwear post lasting. He/ She performs the final cleaning, polishing and brushing, tag level fixing, edge trimming and quality inspection. He/ She is responsible for ensuring the footwear meets the client specifications.

Code : LSS/QO101 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Leather

A Fleshing Operator makes use of the fleshing machine to mechanically scrape of the excessive organic material from the hide (connective tissue, fat etc.). Fleshing can be carried out prior to soaking, after liming or after pickling. The process of fleshing is called green fleshing if the removal is done prior to liming and unhairing. If fleshing is performed after liming and unhairing it is called lime fleshing. Sheep skins may be fleshed in the picked state.

Code : LSS /Q0802 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Leather

The glazing operator’s role entails glazing/polishing leather under glazing jack to enhance colour tones and a finish in different areas of leather as needed, after which the leather is ready for further use to make various leather products such as goods and garments, footwear, etc.

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