Quality Auditor

Quality Analyst

Quality Black Belt

Quality Consultant

Minimum ? Preferably 10+2 pass

Certified training for Quality Assessor (programme aligned to AMH/Q1701 released by Apparel, Made Up?s and Home Furnishing Sector Skill Council)

Preferably 1-2 years of work experience/internship in quality assessment

The tasks a Quality Assessor is expected to perform include: Maintaining quality control

Reporting deviations

Preventing quality failures

Knowledge of statistical process control, statistical quality control, test reports

Knowledge of critical and non-critical defects

Knowledge of how to perform analysis and problem assessment

Knowledge of sampling v/s 100% check

Understand garment construction methodology

Detailed knowledge of quantitative and qualitative tools of quality

Six sigma ? Yellow Belt/Green Belt/Black Belt

Statistical Process Control (SPC)Relevant Quality Systems (Six Sigma, TQM) certification

Good communication skills

Accurate report writing

Record keeping skills

Methodical approach

Team player

Attention to detail

Decision-making skills

An eye for detail

It is not a desk job. Work from home option is not available

Part-time work and contractual jobs are not available Travelling is sometimes required

Working hours

Working is 8/9 hours a day for 5 days a week

Shift system is not available

Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?Yes

Job is not considered hazardous or dangerous. Occupational hazards like body ache and fatigue may develop

For freshers ? `8,000 per month

For candidates with 1-2 years of experience ?`10,000 to`15,000 per month

For candidates over 2 years of experience ?`15,000 to`25,000 per month

(These figures are indicative and subject to change)

Growth Estimates of Apparel Industry in India

The Indian textiles industry accounts for about 24% of the world's spindle capacity and 8% of the global rotor capacity. The potential size of the Indian Textiles and Apparel Industry is expected to reach US$ 223 billion by 2021, according to a report by Technopak Advisors.

Latest Trends in Apparel Sector in India1

The chain of large and branded stores showing the products stocked systematically and displayed will speed the transformation of consumer preferences. For now, organized retail accounts for less than 20% of all Indian apparel purchases. However, scores of shopping malls have opened on the outskirts of India?s largest cities during last five years which has increased the trend of organized retail of apparels in India. The concept of getting many things right at once like figuring out what consumers want, developing a profitable retail concept, and building a solid team is increasing which will surely grow the Apparel Industry in India.

Textile companies like Arvind Lifestyle, Pantaloons Retail India Ltd., Raymond Group, Landmark Group, Shopper's Stop, Reliance Retail Ltd., etc.

Maximum number of job openings are available in Bangalore, Chandigarh, Delhi NCR, Hyderabad, Pune and other metro cities.2

Online lectures of Professor Tapan Bagchi at IIT Kharagpur

Lecture 1

Lecture 2

Lecture 3 and many more

Confederation of Indian Industry

CII - Institute of Quality

Near Bharat Nagara, 2nd Stage,

Magadi Main Road,

Vishwaneedam Post

Bangalore ? 560 091 /

Quality Council of India

Institution of Engineers Building, IInd Floor,

2 - Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg,

New Delhi - 110002, India.

Tel: +91-11- 2337 9321 /

National Centre of Quality Mangement

Executive Director

G - 503, Kailas Industrial Complex,Vikhroli - Hiranandani Link Road, Vikhroli (W),Mumbai400 079

Tel: (022) 2517 0483, 2517 0469