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Code : 2016/APR/AMHSSC/01487 NSQF Level : Level 7 Notional Hours : 600 Sector : Apparel

The span of jobs for online sample designer involves managing a strong bond of contact and extendent expert couselling supports to clients in selecting designs that are fashionable and matching to individual profile and personality. The job commands keeping oneself abreast of international trends with niche for developing designs using software [CAD, Corel Draw, Illustrator, Photoshop) at affordable price for remotely located customers accessible online and web hosting sites.

Code : 2015/GJ/DGT/00517 NSQF Level : Level 2 Notional Hours : 620 Sector : Apparel

The course ‘Wheat Milling’ is meant for a trainee who shall be able to understand and design requirement for appliqué and design, analysis of fabric , conduct market survey for new arrival, customer opinion & requirement, place design, identify defects, remedies, and remove stain.

Code : 2015/GJ/DGT/1046 NSQF Level : Level 2 Notional Hours : 620 Sector : Apparel

A trainee of the course ‘Ornamentalist – Hand work specialist Patch work’ carries out different types of hand work, patch work designs to get the required effect. 

Code : 2016/APR/AMHSSC/1497 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 180 Sector : Apparel

Packer is responsible for ensuring delivery of packed products ready to dispatch while maintaining the quality parameters. The operation consists of packaging process activities from folding, inner packing, outer packing, labeling, marking, inner layer etc. to finally packed in carton or as special instruction defined by buyer.

Code : 2018/APR/DGT/02757 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 400 Sector : Apparel

The candidate will able to make and cut patterns for jacket, Jodhpuri & sherwani.

Code : 2016/APR/AMHSSC/01648 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 720 Sector : Apparel

Pattern Master uses ordinary and basic hand operated equipment and tools for measuring, marking and cutting to create patternson non-textile cheaper substrate (usually hard paper board) for each size within given range of apparel and/or garment design , made –ups and home furnishing articles . A complete pattern consists of various components cut to size and thus a full pattern for a particular garment , made –ups and home furnishing article comprises various shapes and sizes of paper boards cut and preserved as set.

Code : 2015/APR/AMHSSC/00528 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 270 Sector : Apparel

A Pressman also called an ‘Ironer’ iron the garment components and finished garments. The primary responsibility of a pressman is to iron the garments and fold it as per the customer specifications.

Code : 2016/APR/AMHSSC/01493 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 500 Sector : Apparel

Processing Supervisor (Dyeing & Printing) is responsible for monitoring production, quality and smooth operation of processes beginning with development of recipe to execution of processes with junior management cadres working as a team. He also ensures discharge of effluents as per defined statutory norms.

Code : (AMH/Q2101 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 720 Sector : Apparel

A Supervisor guides activities of operators and/or other employees engaged in the process of manufacturing, inspection, processing and related activity. Production Supervisor plans and allocates resources and monitors schedules. Their work includes checking output, input material, equipment and ensuring process controls.They communicate, simplify, and interpret specifications, job orders, and procedures for operators and provide solutions to problems that affect the desired output and organizational goals. They also train employees for continual improvement and to achieve the organizational objectives.

Code : 2015/APR/AMHSSC/00241 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 720 Sector : Apparel

QC Executive is responsible for ensuring that physicalinspections are conducted at all stages of production to secure quality and check that all technical details are received;verified & signed off prior to starting production. QC executive also establishes quality plans, parameters and inspection systems, records deviations and sends feedback to the concerned department.

Code : 2015/APR/AMHSSC/00530 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 540 Sector : Apparel

The Quality Assessor should be able to carry out Quality control / Quality assurance processes, understanding product and processes required at various stages of production for meeting the expectations of final customers.

Code : 2016/APR/AMHSSC/01484 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 240 Sector : Apparel

Record keeper is responsible forcollecting, preserving, and maintaining data for various processes. The job of record keeper broadly involves collection of data related to accounting and personnel, data related to manufacturing processes containing material movement and various quality related data generated due to inspection/testing/studies carried out at many stages of manufacturing.

NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 620 Sector : Apparel
Code : 2015/APR/AMHSSC/00534 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 360 Sector : Apparel

The role of a sampling coordinator is to plan, handle and monitor new product development, regular follow up with all sampling like: proto sample, size sets, fit samples and photo shoot samples.

Code : 2015/APR/AMHSSC/00524 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 720 Sector : Apparel

A sampling tailor is responsible for developing garment sample as per buyer’s specifications in the apparel industry. A sampling tailor should be able to perform basic fabric cutting operations and stitchgarments of various designs with different necklines,sleeves, collar etc. as per the quality standards. This job requires the individual to have thorough knowledge of measurements, garment styles, sampling & apparel production processes and should be able to sew garments with different materials & trims.

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