Capital Goods Skills Council - DDU-GKY

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Capital Goods Skills Council
A Brief
08 October 2013
Capital Goods Sector
• Comprise of plant and machinery ,equipment / accessories
required for manufacturing / production, either directly or
indirectly, of goods or for rendering services, including those
required for replacement, modernization, technological upgradation and expansion.
• Also includes, packaging machinery and equipment,
refrigeration equipment, power generating sets, equipment
for testing, R&D, quality and pollution control.
Capital Goods Sector has a multiplier effect and has bearing on
the growth of the user industries as it provides critical inputs
ie: Machinery and Equipment to the remaining sectors covered
under manufacturing.
Capital Goods Skill Council
Supporting Organisations / Associations
Promoter – FICCI
Co-Promoter – DHI
S.No
Name of the Organisation
1
Larsen & Toubro
2
Thermax
3
BHEL
4
HEC Ltd
5
Bharat Forge
6
GW Precision Tools India
7
ALSTOM
8
Process Plant & Machinery Association of India (PPMAI)
9
Textile Machinery Manufacturers Association (TMMA)
10
Tool & Gauge Manufacturers Association (TAGMA India)
11
Plastic Machinery Manufacturers Association (PMMA)
12
Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers Association (IMTMA)
13
Engineering Export Promotion Council (EEPC India)
Key Segments
• Initial focus is on the following segments of
Capital Goods Sector:
– Machine Tools
– Power and Electrical Machinery
– Process Plant Equipment
– Dies Moulds and Press Tools
– Plastic Machinery
– Textile Machinery
– Light Engineering Industry
Important Regions of Employment
Concentration
Sub-sector
Key Geographic presence
Machine Tools
South and West
Power & Electrical
South, West and North
Textile Machinery
South, West and North
Process Plant Machinery
South and West
Plastic, Paper and Rubber
Machinery
South and West
Machine Tools
Power & Electrical
Process Plant Machinery
Textile Machinery
Plastic, paper & rubber
Skill Requirements of the Industry
• A Skill Gap Study has been done for the Sector
by NSDC through KPMG with industry inputs.
• Study highlights increased demand for:
– Innovation and design roles.
– Competent Managers.
– Computer skills based jobs.
– Multi-skilled employees.
Brief Description of Major Roles (1/2)
S.No. Core jobs in respect of all sub sectors of capital goods
1
Machinists include the operations such as turning, milling, drilling, grinding, tool sharpening, tool setting,
gear hobbing, etc.
2
Machinist for large size machining application such as Boring/Slide way Grinding/Plano-milling
3
Machinist for precision machining for tool room applications, Precision Grinding, Jig boring, etc.
4
Welder for joining or welding operation
5
6
Electrician to assemble, install, test, and maintain electrical or electronic wiring, equipment, appliances,
apparatus, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools.
Instrument Technician performs specific job duties such as inspecting and adjusting mechanical and
pneumatic instruments and systems. also maintain metering and recording instruments in order to regulate
the flow and water pressure of various types of manufacturing equipment.
7
Cable Operator for Wire drawing, Stranding operator, Extruder operator, Laying-up, Armour jointer, etc.
8
Operator for robotic material handling
9
CNC Programmer
10
Crane Operator for handling the raw materials and goods
Brief Description of Major Roles (2/2)
S.No. Core jobs in respect of all sub sectors of capital Goods
11
Tool and Die Maker
Machine Builder/Assembler for performing the following jobs:
12
Fitting / Filing /Scraping, Hydraulic Assembly, Electrical Assembly, Pneumatic Assembly, Lead screw / Ball
screw, fixturing & tooling assembly and whole machine assembly
13
Inspector for Adjustment test / Alignment test /Measurement & inspection
14
Designer for tool, fixture and machine tool, plastic machinery, earthmoving machinery, process plant
machinery, textile machinery and its assemblies
15
Heat Treatment Operator and Forman
16
Expert in operating furnace and handling/fixing molten metal, ladles, etc. pattern making, sand mixing &
casting, fettling, etc.
17
Specialist for Erection and Commissioning
18
Operator for surface coating, painting, etc.
19
20
Maintenance staff for Tooling maintenance, Preventive maintenance Service /Maintenance at customers’
end
Middle level Managers with managerial skill for Shop Management, Marketing Management, vendor
development, inventory management, Materials Management, Finance Management, Human Resources
Management, IT Management like ERP etc.
CGSC & STAR Scheme
CGSC is participating in the recently launched STAR Scheme
S. No
• As on date, Four Qualification Packs
comprising of 19 Occupational
Standards are Ready.
• Development of 50 more
Qualification Packs with about 250
Occupational Standards is under way
and is expected to be completed in
phases by January, 2014.
Existing Qualification Pack &
REFERENCE ID
1
Welder
CSC/ Q 0101
2
Fitter
CSC/ Q 0102
3
Machinist
CSC/ Q 0103
4
Tool and Die Maker
CSC/ Q 0104
STAR Scheme
Training Centre Alignment as on 08 Oct 2013
(work in progress)
S. No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
State
Andhra Pradesh
Chhattisgarh
Gujarat
Jammu and Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Maharashtra
Meghalaya
Madhya Pradesh
New Delhi
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
TOTAL as on 08 Oct 2013
Total No. of Centres
3
1
19
1
1
1
1
1
9
1
3
2
4
2
1
2
1
3
56
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