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"Logistics is defined as a business planning framework for the management of material, service, information and capital flows. It includes the increasingly complex information, communication and control systems required in today's business environment. It is also defined as the procurement, maintenance, distribution, and replacement of personnel and material. A typical logistics framework consists of physical supply, internal operations and physical distribution of goods and services. Logistics is a critical component relevant across agriculture, manufacturing and service sectors and has to be optimally managed for smooth functioning of production and distribution operations. Additionally, logistics cost accounts for a major component of the input costs in all sectors, more so in the case of sectors such as cement, steel, automobiles, FMCG, retail, pharmaceuticals etc. With rising competition in the sectors that use logistics services, it has become even more important to enhance the efficiency of the system and use the cost-benefit in increasing the company’s competitiveness. Besides, with increasing globalisation a larger number of multi-national companies (MNCs) are sourcing, manufacturing and distributing goods on a global scale, and thus need more complex supply chains to be managed. Given such developments in Transportation, Warehousing and Courier / Express sub-sectors are expected to become a more specialised and niche expertise area where high premium will be charged for increased quality and quantity of service delivered by logistic service provider. The annual logistics cost in India is valued at Rs. 6,750 billion (US$ 135 billion) and it is growing at 8-10% annually. Logistics cost by value accounts for around 13% of the GDP of India – this is much higher than that in the US (9%), Europe (10%) and Japan (11%) but lower than that in countries such as China (18%) and Thailand (16%). In particular, the percentage-wise share of transport cost (an important constituent of total logistic cost incurred by a nation) by value of GDP has been steadily increasing. The high cost of logistics in India when compared to developed nations may be attributed to poor quality of infrastructure and inadequate service quality vis-a-vis counterparts such as US and Europe. Transportation, Warehousing and Courier / Express sub-sector in India is dominated by the unorganised segment (small truck owning companies linked to intermediate brokers or transport companies, small warehouse operators, shop cum courier pick-up points, custom brokers, freight forwarders, etc.); the organised segment accounts for less than 10% of the total logistics market in India. The type of logistics services provided in India are yet evolving; the focus in India has been on enabling ‘physical distribution’ as compared to developed nations where the focus has progressively shifted to ‘Integrated Logistics Management’."
"Logistics Sector Skill Council (LSC), a society registered under the Societies Registration act, 1860, is a not-for-profit organization set up by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) along with National Skill Development Corporation of India (NSDC) with the aim to up-skill the logistics workforce in India. The mission of the Logistics Skill Council is “to bring the best in class workforce skills to the Indian logistics industry, thereby benefitting the employer, employees and the nation as a whole”."

Objective

  • Undertake Skill mapping and Skill gap analysis i.e. identification of skill development needs based on LMIS and emerging technologies. The study will be done state-wise, region-wise and sub-sector-wise.
  • Set up a comprehensive Labor Market Information System (LMIS) i.e. preparing a compendium of skill types pertaining to job roles within its sub-sector and to assist in planning for skilling, up-skilling and re-skilling through delivery of planned, formal and structural trainings.
  • Review periodically and identify emerging skill gaps by trend analysis and interacting with the industry players
  • Jointly develop National Occupational Standards (NOS) that feature Skill, Knowledge and Competency Standards with respective qualifications
  • Rationalize and maintain a detailed Skill inventory
  • Facilitate to align the existing curriculum and content with NOS to conceal skill gaps

Assistant Manual Metal Arc Welding/Shielded Metal Arc Welder

Eligibility 5th standard
Description Perform these above mentioned operations as per instructions given. The correct equipment, raw materials and consumables will be provided and the candidate must know how to use the same in a safe manner following practices that ensure safety for self, others and the work environment and and assess weld quality through visual inspection
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Assistant Oxy Fuel Gas Cutter

Eligibility 5th standard 18 Years Old
Description Perform manual oxy-fuel cutting for a range of standard cutting job requirements using oxy-fuel gas. This is for a skilled cutter who can cut carbon steels in the basic positions.
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Boring Machine Operator

Eligibility 10th Standard
Description It involves performing boring operations in sheet, plate, rolled section or pipe using horizontal and/or vertical boring machines. Preparation for boring activities and select the appropriate horizontal boring tools and cutters, check them for defects, mount and secure them to the relevant tool holding devices and machine spindle to be used.
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Calibration Technician

Eligibility Diploma(10+) – Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic / Mechatronics
Description It covers setting, adjustment, validation or verification of mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical, electronic, measuring and control instruments using reference standards in accordance with predetermined standard procedures.
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CNC Operator - Grinding Machine Centre

Eligibility 10th Standard
Description It involves carrying out CNC grinding operations in line with safe working practices and approved procedures, to continuously monitor the machining operations and, where necessary, make minor adjustments or seek the help of the setter to make the required adjustments, in order to ensure that the work output is to the required quality and accuracy.
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CNC Operator - Turning

Eligibility 10th Standard
Description It involves removal of metal from the outer diameter of a rotating cylindrical workpiece. It also involves inspecting the components and continuously monitoring of the machining operations and making minor adjustments in order to ensure that the work output is to the required quality and accuracy.
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CNC Programmer

Eligibility Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Minimum 1 year working with CNC machine/s
Description Produce the component program using manual data input or by use of a remote computer, saving the prepared program on the machine controller from the computer. This involves understanding the CNC machine tools used in the process, their application and programming, editing and proving process, in adequate depth to provide a sound basis for carrying out the activities.
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CNC Setter cum Operator - Turning

Eligibility 10th Standard Basic CNC programming training Minimum 1 year as an CNC Turning Machine Operator
Description It involves setting up the CNC turning machine, its work holding devices, tooling, loading the machine operating programmes, conducting trial runs and co
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CNC Setter cum Operator - Vertical Machining Centre

Eligibility 10th Standard Minimum 1 year as an Vertical Machine Operator
Description It involves setting up cutting tools and work holding devices for producing components that combine a number of different features, conducting trial runs, proving the program tool by tool in single block mode, performing the necessary checks before allowing the machine to operate in full program run mode and then handing over for production.
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Designer - Mechanical

Eligibility Diploma - Mechanical Engineering, Degree preferred Minimum 1 year apprenticeship
Description It involves understanding the customer’s requirement with respect to the mechanical engineering equipment and establish a design brief, further allocate responsibilities and resources to each activity, and ensure that the complete designing process is completed within agreed deadlines and complying with all relevant regulations, identifying design options, evaluation of design options and their presentation in suitable formats, creating detailed design and models using 2D and 3D softwares for design and obtaining design validations from production and maintenance considerations.
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Draughtsman - Civil

Eligibility Diploma – Civil Engineering Manual drafting experience required
Description It involves select the appropriate equipment and drawing software to use based on the type and complexity of the drawing functions to be carried out and file management and associated customization of installed software including the use of macros, menus and default settings for various kinds of civil work.
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Draughtsman - Mechanical

Eligibility 10th Standard
Description It involves select the appropriate equipment and drawing software to use based on the type and complexity of the drawing functions to be carried out and the use of a CAD system linked bills of material, file management and associated customization of installed software including the use of macros, menus and default settings.
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Draughtsman - Piping

Eligibility Diploma - Mechanical Engineering 18 Years Old
Description It involves select the appropriate equipment and drawing software to make or modify drawings of process flow, piping and instrumentation (P&ID) diagrams and isometric and spool drawings. It will also include orthogonal single and double line arrangement drawings of pipe installation systems and piping layouts.
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Electroplating Operator

Eligibility 10th Standard pass,preferably 18 Years
Description It covers the general operation, monitoring and adjustment of manual and semi-automatic electroplating processes. It includes preparing and planning for the electroplating operations, pretreatment, volume production and post-treatment activities.
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Fitter – Electrical and electronic assembly

Eligibility Diploma(10+) - Electrical or Electronics
Description It involves the assembly of the electrical panels,equipment/systems and electronic products, inclusive of components, sub-assemblies, or completed equipment/systems. Along with soldering techniques and anti-static protection techniques assemble with the mechanical equipment.
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Fitter – Mechanical Assembly

Eligibility 10th Standard Minimum 1 year as a Fitter Fabricator or Machinist
Description It involves marking out the material for the features to be produced, and then use hand tools, portable power tools, manually operated machine tools and shaping, fitting and assembly techniques appropriate to the operations being performed. The candidate will be expected to check the quality of the work piece, using measuring equipment.
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Fitter-Fabrication

Eligibility 10th Pass, preferably 18 Years
Description Involves identifying metals, tools; carrying out fitting and fabrication operations like measuring, marking out, sawing, grinding, drilling, chiseling, threading, tapping, scraping, manual lapping and inspecting of components in order to fit a component as per specifications. It also involves basic oxy-fuel gas cutting and basic manual arc welding as per given instructions and under supervision.
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Flux Cored Arc Welder (Semi Automatic)

Eligibility 10th standard
Description Perform semi automatic flux cored arc welding process for a range of standard welding job requirements and weld different materials from a selection of (carbon steel and stainless steel) in various positions. The welder can prepare various joints including corner, butt, fillet and tee.
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Forger

Eligibility 10th Standard (Preferably) 18 Years Old
Description It involves preparing the material using appropriate method, setting up forging machines with dies and presses and using forging techniques so that the material forms the shape as per the die. It also involves checking the prepared components for accuracy.
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Grinder – Hand Tools and/or Hand –held Power Tools

Eligibility 8th Standard
Description It involves selecting appropriate grinding equipment, tools and methods to suit work requirements, preparing the tools, applying grinding procedures for carrying out the grinding operations, inspecting the components after grinding operations and correcting faults.
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Heat Treatment Operator

Eligibility 8th Standard
Description It involves applying pre-heat treatment procedures, carrying out heat treatments such as flame hardening, case hardening, hardening, carburizing, tempering, annealing and normalizing, as applicable. It also involves inspecting the components and correcting faults.
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Lab Technician - Metal Testing

Eligibility Technical Diploma (eg. mechanical, metallurgy, etc.)
Description It involves identifying and using relevant methods and skills to complete the testing and address problems. It involves initiating and completing testing and procedures using a range of different metal testing methods and equipments used within the workplace.

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Lab Technician – Radiographic Testing

Eligibility Technical Diploma (Mechanical, Chemical, Metallurgy, etc.)
Description It involves preparing the products for testing, identifying the test area, checking that the radiographic test equipment complies with the specification requirements, is safe to use, fit for purpose. It also involves adjusting the radiographic equipment, choice of suitable technique for the product, carrying out the exposure, ensuring safe containment of the radiography source, process the exposed films in the prepared facility, checking the image quality before storing the film ready for interpretation. Compliance of regulations of the statutory authority; Atomic Energy Regulatory Board, Mumbai
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Maintenance Fitter - Mechanical

Eligibility 12th standard
Description This will involve dismantling, removing and replacing faulty equipment at component or unit level on a variety of different types of mechanical assemblies and sub-assemblies and diagnosing, locating faults, overhauling, fitting and adjusting mechanical systems and equipment.
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Manual Metal Arc Welding/Shielded Metal Arc Welding

Eligibility 8th standard
Description Perform these above mentioned operations as per WPS(Welding Procedure specification). and can set-up and prepare for operations interpreting the right information from the WPS, obtaining the right consumables and raw materials, etc. and the candidate must know how to use the same in a safe manner following practices that ensure safety for self, others and the work environment and and assess weld quality through visual inspection.
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Metal Inert Gas/Metal Active Gas/Gas Metal Arc Welder

Eligibility 10th standard 3 months Manual/Shielded Metal Arc Welding
Description Perform manual (semi-automatic) MIG/MAG (GMAW) welding for a range of standard welding job requirements and weld different materials (carbon steel, aluminum and stainless steel) in various positions. The welder can prepare various joints including corner, butt, fillet and tee. Set-up and prepare for operations interpreting the right information from the WPS
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Operator - Conventional Surface Grinding Machines

Eligibility 10th Standard
Description It involves carrying out the grinding operations, in accordance with approved procedures, using different grinding machines (eg. horizontal or vertical surface, cylindrical or universal grinding machines).
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Operator – Broaching Machine

Eligibility 10th Standard pass, preferably 18 Years
Description Perform broaching operations to produce a range of components which require machining of features like key ways, square holes, hexagonal and octagonal holes, holes with a single flat side, splines, serrations and special forms.
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Operator – Computer Numerically Controlled Electro Discharge Machine

Eligibility 12th Standard
Description It involves producing machined components that combine a number of different features using a Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Electro discharge Machine (EDM), inspecting the components after machining and continuously monitoring the erosion operations
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Operator – Conventional Milling

Eligibility 10th Standard
Description Produce a range of components that combine a number of different features (eg. flat faces, parallel faces, faces that are flat and square to each other, angular faces, steps, slots and special forms) and continuously monitor the machining operations and make minor adjustments to settings if required
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Operator – Conventional Turning

Eligibility 10th Standard
Description Production of a range of components that combine a number of different features (eg. parallel, stepped and tapered diameters, drilled, bored and reamed holes, internal and external threads, and special forms/profiles) and continuously monitor the machining operations and make minor adjustments to settings if required
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Operator – Non Conventional Electro Discharge Machine (Spark Erosion)

Eligibility 10th Standard
Description It involves producing machined components that combine a number of different features using a non-conventional Electro discharge Machine (EDM), inspecting the components after machining and continuously monitoring the erosion operations and, where necessary, make minor adjustments in order to ensure that the work output is to the required quality and accuracy.
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Operator – Plate Bending Machine

Eligibility 8th Standard (Preferably) 18 Years Old
Description It involves mark out the metal plate as per specification, prepare and set-up the machine for a range of different bends; set and adjust the bending tool; operate power operated equipment such as press brakes, bending machines and power presses and inspect the output to ensure that the components are of required specification.
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Operator – Shot Blasting and Grit Blasting

Eligibility 8th Standard (Preferably) 18 Years Old
Description It involves cleaning, preparing the surface using shot blasting and grit blasting machines and abrasives so that further coating can be done on the components for final finish. It also involves checking the prepared components for smoothness accuracy.
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Oxy Fuel Gas Cutter

Eligibility 8th standard (Preferably) 18 Years Old
Description Perform manual oxy-fuel cutting for a range of standard cutting job requirements using oxy-fuel gas. He/ She can cut different materials (mild steel, high tensile/special steel, other appropriate materials) in various positions under some supervisions
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Painting Technician (Spray painting)

Eligibility 10th Standard 3 months (preferably 6 months) in Painting
Description It involves all necessary preparations to the base materials such as cleaning, degreasing, mechanical preparations, masking and other appropriate treatments, assessing the component, pre-treating, applying coatings by using manual spray guns, spray booths, drying and curing It involves all necessary preparations to the base materials such as cleaning, degreasing, mechanical preparations, masking and other appropriate treatments, assessing the component, pre-treating, applying coatings by using manual spray guns, spray booths, drying and curing
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Plasma Cutter – Manual

Eligibility 8th standard (Preferably) 18 Years Old
Description The candidate should be able to cut different materials (mild carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, high tensile and special steels, and other materials) in various profiles. This involves setting-up and preparing for operations interpreting the right information from the specification documents, obtaining the right consumables and other materials, etc.
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Polisher – Machine

Eligibility 10th Standard
Description It covers the mechanical polishing processes of vibro finishing in bowls, barrelling of components with abrasive media, fluidized bed polishing, vapour blasting, rotary polishing, shot blasting.
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Polisher – Manual

Eligibility 8th Standard
Description Select appropriate polishing equipment and method to suit work requirements, fitting and adjusting abrasive belts on polishing machines, identifying surface imperfections, understanding processing hazards, finally polishing the material and inspecting the components after polishing.
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Production Engineer

Eligibility Diploma – Mechanical/Production, Degree preferred Minimum 1 year work/apprenticeship in production
Description It involves the application of skills and knowledge at a specialist level. The range of production processes could include manufacturing operations such as machining, fabrication, welding, material finishing or manufacture, assembly, joining or other activities, such as performance and process improvement.
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Quality Inspector – forged, casted or machined components

Eligibility 10th Standard Minimum 1 year apprenticeship in production or quality
Description It involves checking the forged, casted and machined components for both dimensional accuracy and for visual quality at various stages of manufacture, such as before production, intermediate and after production and and recording the results of the inspection during & after the inspection activities
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Resistance Spot Welding Machine Operator

Eligibility 10th standard (Preferably) 18 Years Old
Description Perform mechanised resistance spot welding for a range of standard welding job requirements. This is for a skilled welder who can weld different materials (carbon steel, aluminum and stainless steel) in various positions and prepare various joints including corner, butt, fillet and tee. Set-up and prepare for operations interpreting the right information from the WPS.
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Senior Manual Metal Arc Welding/Shielded Metal Arc Welder

Eligibility 10th standard
Description Perform manual metal arc welding (MMAW) welding also known as Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) for a range of standard welding job requirements. This is for a skilled welder who can weld different materials (carbon steel, low alloy steel and austenitic stainless steel) in all positions. The welder can prepare various joints including groove, corner, butt and fillet welds.The welder can set-up and prepare for operations interpreting the right information from the WPS.
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Senior Tungsten Inert Gas Welder (GTAW)

Eligibility 10th Standard ,preferably 18 Years 3 months Manual/Shielded Metal Arc Welding required
Description Perform manual TIG (GTAW) welding for a range of standard welding job requirements. This is for a skilled welder who can weld different materials (carbon steel, aluminum, nickel, titanium, copper and stainless steel) in various positions and prepare various joints including corner, butt, fillet and tee. Set-up and prepare for operations interpreting the right information from the WPS.
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Service Engineer - Breakdown service

Eligibility Diploma - Mechanical Engineering Minimum 1 year as a Service Engineer Installation or Commisioning
Description Deliver breakdown service for a range of mechanical equipment. It also involves identifying customer requirements; decision making on the need for repair, replacement or modification; communication with the customer on the course of action required; applying maintenance engineering techniques to equipment or component modification or repair; planning for spares based on probability of failure/wear & tear and criticality of the component/machine for production and carrying out Root Cause Analysis for repeated/long breakdowns to find out a permanent solution.
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Service Engineer - Installation

Eligibility Diploma - Mechanical Engineering Minimum 1 year apprenticeship or equivalent
Description It also involves technical ability to understand various machine/foundation drawings, surveying the site, checking of foundation wherever required, facilitating foundation load tests if required, taking necessary clearances organizing the movement of equipment to be installed, including safe unloading of machine part near site, and performing the leveling, aligning and coupling, the connection of sub-assemblies, and the alignment and connection to external units, such as power supplies, hydraulic and pneumatic assemblies, etc. Carrying out tests (wherever required) as per standards prescribed
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Service Engineer – Installation and Commissioning

Eligibility Diploma - Mechanical Engineering Minimum 1 year as a Service Engineer Installation
Description It involves obtaining clearance to carry out the commissioning activities, running equipment at reduced power and speed/ flow to check for leaks, etc. and checking for correct functioning; loading incrementally, making dry run, making machine ready for actual job prove out and making any necessary adjustments to achieve the specification parameters.
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Setter and Operator – Computer Numerically Controlled Electro Discharge Machine (Spark Erosion)

Eligibility 12th standard (Preferably) 18 Years Old Minimum 1 year as an CNC/NC EDM Operator
Description It involves pre-setting the electrodes in tooling cartridges/holders, positioning electrode cartridges/holders in correct position, checking specific tool number or technology setting in the operating program, entering all relevant tooling data to the operating program, saving changes to program.
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Setter and Operator – Non-conventional Electro Discharge Machine

Eligibility 12th Standard Minimum 1 year as an NC EDM Operator
Description It involves selecting the appropriate work holding devices, and mounting and positioning them to the machine in the correct location for the type of operation to be carried out. It also involves selecting the appropriate electrodes to use, check them for defects, and mount and secure them to the relevant parts of the machine and perform machining operations.
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Sheet Metal Worker-– Hand Tools & Manually Operated Machines

Eligibility 8th Standard
Description It involves using appropriate tools and equipment to mark out the material for a range of features to be produced, using hand tools, portable power tools and simple machines to produce a variety of shapes, profiles and forms, producing simple sheet metal assemblies, using self-secured joints, thermal methods or mechanical fastening devices, inspecting the components after polishing operations and correcting faults.
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Stud Welding Operator

Eligibility 10th standard
Description Perform stud welding to secure studs and pins to metal surfaces to attach materials such as boilers surfaces, insulation and refractories. This can be done through manual processes or with machines in downward position. Set-up and prepare for operations interpreting the right information from the specification documents.
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Submerged Arc Welder (SAW)

Eligibility 10th standard (Preferably) 18 Years Old 3 months Manual/Shielded Metal Arc Welding
Description Perform mechanized submerged arc welding (SAW) operations for a range of standard welding job requirements and weld different materials (carbon steel, aluminum and stainless steel) in 1G & 2G positions. The welder can prepare various joints including corner, butt, fillet and tee. Set-up and prepare for operations interpreting the right information from the WPS.
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Technician Instrumentation

Eligibility Diploma(10+) – Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic / Mechatronics Minimum 1 year in manufacturing (Capital Goods)
Description It involves dismantling removing and replacing a range of instruments and faulty peripheral components down to unit and component level, setting up test equipment, troubleshooting components of instruments, caliberating them and also preparing service reports and accurately documenting parts replacement and repair.
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Tool and Die Maker

Eligibility 10th Standard Minimum 1 year apprenticeship
Description It involves identifying the various operations required to make the tool or die and further sequence the same. Organize for these operations to be performed either by self or others. Must have a complete understanding of all the processes and operations required for tool and die making.
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Tungsten Inert Gas Welder (GTAW)

Eligibility 10th Standard pass,preferably 18 Years 3 months Manual/Shielded Metal Arc Welding required
Description Perform manual TIG (GTAW) welding for a range ofstandard welding job requirements. This is for a skilled welder who can weld different materials (carbon steel, low alloy steel) in various positions and prepare various joints including corner, fillet and tee. It also involves set-up and preparation of the equipment and materials provided for operations and interpreting the right information from the WPS.
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