QF_Fitter_CITS1.1_NSQF-6 25.11.19-converted (1).pdf

Fitter (CITS)

  • Job DescriptionThe individual will be able to impart theoretical instructions, demonstrate practical skills, evaluate and grade trainees of FITTER trade in industrial workshops, ITIs/ Vocational Training Institutes etc.
  • Last Revised-
  • Code2020/CCM/DGT/03815
  • SectorCapital Goods & Manufacturing
  • Notional Hours1600
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
  • Certifying BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
  • Proposed Occupation

    • Manual Training Teacher/Craft Instructor
    • Fitter General
    • Fitter, Bench

  • International Comparability


  • Planned arrangements for RPL

    Instructors of relevant trade with 3 yrs experience may appear for final examination after completion of e-learning in POT

  • Qualification File QF_Fitter_CITS1.1_NSQF-6 25.11.19-converted (1).pdf
  • Supporting Documents
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Estimated size (Hours) Level
    (i) Monitor implementation of safe working practices, environment regulation, housekeeping and demonstrate identification and application of different tools and operations using chisels, hacksaw to make true surfaces. 132 6
    (ii) Ensure marking dimensions, drill & tap blind holes, check the drill hole size using counter bore to remove broken taps. 110 6
    (iii) Plan to use various thread measuring instruments & explain to operate measuring instruments of digital system in advanced manner. 88 6
    (iv) Evaluate various welding practices. 44 6
    (v) Check various CNC turning practices. 44 6
    (vi) Monitor identification of different riveted joints with project on fitting & usages of different types of gauges and heat treatment on gauges. 66 6
    (vii) Appraise Choice of doing tapping on blind holes at specified depth & identification of the drill jig with its function and simple press and its constructional parts. 88 6
    (viii) Evaluate broaching operations on broaching machine, lapping honing operations & different power transmissions joints. 88 6
    (ix) Check use and application of different types of comparators, sine bar, dial test indicator, different digital measuring instruments & demonstrate operation on co-ordinate measuring machine. 88 6
    (x) Plan assembling and dismantling of different valves and pipe joints, hydraulic and pneumatic systems & monitor maintenance of bearings on machine parts. 88 6
    (xi) Check drawings through Auto CAD 2D & 3D modeling. 44 6
    (i) Demonstrate basic mathematical concept and principles to perform practical operations. 40 6
    (ii) Explain basic science in the field of study including simple machines. 40 6
    (iii) Apply engineering drawing for different application in the field of work. 120 6
    (i) Plan & prepare the learners for the class using basics of educational psychology & motivating techniques. 39 6
    (ii) Analyze the syllabus of the Course. 26 6
    (iii) Plan & prepare the training session using various methods viz. 4 step method, question & questioning technique etc. 39 6
    (iv) Communicate effectively with the trainees both verbally and non-verbally. 39 6
    (v) Use Instructional Technology & facilitate the training program. 26 6
    (vi) Design written instructional materials and implement for imparting training. 39 6
    (vii) Assess, evaluate and certify the tests. 39 6
    (viii) Organize workshop and classroom learning observing instructional methods. 39 6
    (ix) Counsel & mentor the trainees by identifying their Strength & Weaknesses. 39 6
    (x) Develop Entrepreneurship skills. 39 6
    (xi) Apply ICT & Internet in training (computer based training) and various types of Distance learning programmes. 39 6
    (xii) Conduct competency-based training using LO/QP/ NOS and NSQF guidelines. 39 6
    (xiii) Apply Adult Learning Principles. 39 6
    (xiv) Develop and implement continuous professional development plan. 39 6
    Total 1600
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