Quality Control


Textile Technology




Minimum ? Preferably Graduate or equivalent in related subject Certified training for QC Executive ? Sewing Line (programme aligned to AMH/Q1401 released by Apparel, Made Up?s and Home Furnishing Sector Skill Council)

1-2 years of work experience/internship in QC department, preferably

The tasks a QC Executive ? Sewing Line is expected to perform include: Conducting physical inspections at every level of production Checking all technical details prior to starting production

Establishing quality plans, parameters and inspection systems

Recording deviations

Sending feedback to the concerned department

Knowledge of different types of raw material required for the particular product done in the organization

Knowledge of how to present information in the required format

Knowledge of sequencing operations

Proficient in keeping up-to-date with changes, procedures and practices in the given field of expertise

Equipped to clarify and check task-related information

Knowledgeable in basics of measurement

Have previously executed the key responsibilities in a quality control department

An eye for detail

Assurance of quality work

Accuracy of work

Need for constant improvement

Good communication skills

Attention to detail

Not a desk job

Working from home is not available

Part-time work or contractual jobs are not available

Need not handle a team

Working hours

Minimum 8 hours of work every day for 5 days a week

Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?No

This job is considered mildly dangerous and hazardous

Injury resulting from machine parts, such as needles, drive shafts and moving belts etc.Fire risks due to presence of loose materials, oily fibres, rough, raw edges on rolls or bales, flammable liquids and deposits of fluff and fly

Accidents caused by hand knives

Health issues due to contact with hazardous dyestuffs

For freshers -`8,000 per month

For candidates with over 3 years? experience ?`20,000 to`40,000 per month

(These figures are indicative and subject to change)

Growth Estimates of Textile Industry in India1

Textile exports represent nearly 30% of the country's total exports. It has a high weightage of over 20% in the national production. It provides direct employment to over 15 million people in the mill, power loom and handloom sectors.

Textile industry accounts for 14% of the total industrial production, contributes to nearly 30% of the total exports and is the second largest employment generator after agriculture.

Latest Trends in IT Textile in India2

Textiles exports stood at US$ 28.53 billion during April 2013?January 2014 as compared to US$ 24.90 billion during the corresponding period of the previous year, registering a growth of 14.58%. Garment export from India is expected to touch US$ 60 billion over the next 3 years.

Textile manufacturers such as Wardhman Textiles, Arvind Mills, Bombay Dyeing etc.

Maximum number of job openings are available in Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Pune and other metro cities.3

The Department of Jute and Fibre

Technology (DJFT),

35, Ballygunge Circular Road,

Kolkata ? 700 019 /

Rajasthan Technical University,

Rawatbhata Road, Kota ? 324010 /

Maharshi Dayanand University,

Rohtak ? 124001, Haryana

Uttar Pradesh Textile Technology Institute,

11/208, Souterganj, Parwati Bagla

Road, Kanpur - 208001 /