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The tasks a Blender, Tobacco is expected to perform include:
Mixing various grades and kinds of tobacco leaves in accordance with formula to form blend of distinctive flavour
Removing the leaves of tobacco from each of several bundles of tobacco leaves
Spreading the leaves on trays and picking out those unsuitable for desired blend
Weighing out quantities of each kind of leaves according to formula and mixing them together
Knowledge about different grades and kinds of tobacco leaves
Well-versed with taking out a specified quantity of leaves from each of several bundles of tobacco leaves
Knowledge of rolling out leaves on trays and discarding the ones unsuitable for desired blend
Knowledge of spraying tobacco with oils, cloves and other spices and kneading tobacco to blend in flavouring
Eye for detail
Good hand eye co-ordination
Diligent and hardworking
Ability to follow instructions
It is a desk job
Need not handle a team
Local travelling maybe a part of this job
Part-time work and contractual jobs are available in some cities
Work from home option is not available
Tobacco factories usually work for 6 days a week and 8/10 hours every day. This may vary from one factory to factory
Shift system maybe available
Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?
This job is suitable for candidates with One Arm (OA), One Leg (OL), Both Leg (BL), Muscular Weakness (MW), Low Vision (LV) and those who have Hearing Impaired (HH)
The job is listed as mildly hazardous or dangerous
Occupational hazard includes fatigue, leg pain, back pain, cardiovascular diseases, muscular-skeletal disorders, immune deficiency, gastrointestinal disorder, etc.
Health risk includes extreme heat, inadequate illumination, vibration, exposure to dust and chemicals, etc.
For freshers - INR 3,000 to INR 4,000 per month
For candidates with 2-4 years of experience or more - INR 4,000 to INR 5,000 per month
(These figures are indicative and subject to change)
Overview of Tobacco Industry
Introduced by the Portuguese in the 17th century, Indian tobacco is today appreciated worldwide for its rich, full-bodied flavour and smoothness. It is now an increasingly well-known and well-respected commodity in world tobacco markets and has found its way into cigarettes manufactured in many different countries.
Tobacco, in India, makes a significant contribution to the national economy. Tobacco is an important commercial crop that provides employment to nearly 36 million people, who are engaged in the various process of tobacco cultivation, curing, grading, manufacturing and marketing. The Tobacco Board is a facilitator for tobacco growers, traders and exporters. By creating synergies amongst these stakeholders, the Board fosters a vibrant enterprise with a deep social conscience and strong national commitment.
Growth Estimates and Latest Trends of Tobacco Industry in India
Exports of Indian tobacco and tobacco products have witnessed a rising trend and growth in the past few years. As of December 2014, the exports showed that India has so far exported 18,003 tonnes of tobacco in the period of 2014-15.
Currently, India is the second-largest exporter of FCV tobacco in the world and Indian tobacco is exported to around 100 countries. India exports unmanufactured tobacco primarily to Western Europe, South & South-east Asia, East Europe and Africa. All these factors put together is only going to increase the job opportunities in the Tobacco Industry across towns and cities in India.
Tobacco factories across India
Town and cities across India
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Central Tobacco Research Institute, Andhra Pradesh