Minimum 10th/ITI graduate
Technical and gallery training as per first schedule, Mining Vocational Training Rules (MVTR) 1966Refresher training if absent from mines for a period of one year or more before re-employment
Heavy Vehicle Driving License Certified training for Mechanic / Fitter (programme aligned to MIN/Q 0406 released by Skill Council of Mining Sector)
Preferred relevant work experience
The tasks a Mechanic/Fitter is expected to perform include:Repairing, maintaining and overhauling the mechanical equipment and assemblies used in a mine
Ensuring safe working practises
Knowledge of different types of Heavy Earth Moving Machines (H.E.M.M) used in open cast mines and their specific functions Ability to use various types of tools (spanners, jacks etc.) Familiarity with various types of lubricants and their storage and handling
Proficiency in various types of fasteners, nuts and bolts, threads, seals and couplings Knowledge of various types of bearings used in machines and their assembly techniques
Should be able to understand the standard operating procedure for performing preventive maintenance jobs
Diligent and hardworking
Analytical thinking and ability to apply theory to practical situations
Familiar with general safety rules vis-?-vis loading, hauling, dumping, stocking and parking
Sound health and high fitness level
It is not a desk job
Need not handle a team
Local travelling is a part of this job profile
Contractual work and part-time jobs maybe available
Work from home option is not available
Companies usually work for 5/6 days a week and 8/10 hourseveryday.Thismayvaryfrom company to company
Shift system maybe available
Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?No
This job is considered mildly hazardous or dangerous Occupational hazards include irritation of skin and eyes Health risks include exposure to chemicals and toxins, carrying heavy loads etc.
For freshers - INR 18,000 to INR 20,000 per monthFor candidates with experience - INR 20,000 to INR 30,000 per month(These figures are indicative and subject to change)
Overview of the Indian Mining Sector
The Indian mining sector is largely fragmented, comprising several small scale operational mines. It is still dominated by the mining industries both public and private, which account for about 75% of the total mining production in India. Although the industry has the large number of employees, including contract manpower totalling to about 9.5 lakhs in different trades of mining, the woeful shortage of skilled personnel in various mining trades is widely felt.
The key factors affecting the human resources and skill requirement in the Indian mining industry are technology up-gradation, increase in productivity, stringent environment and sustainable development framework, globalization and aging profile of workforce and long gestation period for skill acquisition. Given the estimated increase in the mining output as well as the expected changes in the productivity levels, the total employment in the mining industry is estimated to increase to 11 lakhs by the year 2017 and 12 lakhs by the year 2025.
Given the positive forecast for the industry, it will have a trickle-down effect on the job opportunities for a Mechanic or Fitter.
Mining companies across India
Mining sites across India
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Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed University) Agnel Technical Education Complex,
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