PLC Assembly, Assembly Operator - PLC

Minimum Preferably 12th Standard Pass

Certified training for PLC Assembly Operator (programme aligned to ELE/Q7305 released by Electronics Sector Skills Council)

Freshers and on-the-job-training

The tasks a PLC Assembly Operator is expected to perform include:

Assembling the power supply and micro-controller PCBs

Sending the PCBs for programming

Completing the box assembly of the PLC to obtain the final product

Achieving zero errors and zero damages as per company standards

Carrying out preventive maintenance as per specifications

Knowledge of circuits and functioning of different modules of the PLCKnowledge of fundamentals such as Ohms law, difference between AC and DC, series and parallel connections Knowledge of components such as diode, transformer, LED, transistor, capacitor, resistor, inductor, thermistor, ICs, etc. Ability to read values, colour coding, polarity, orientation, tolerance Understanding of basics of soldering and the different types of soldering such as dry and cold solder Ability to select and maintain various tools used during the assembly process

Knowledge of work place norms, such as 5S and Kaizen

Good communication skills

Decision-making and teamwork skills

Ability to work for long hours in standing or sitting position

It is a desk job

Work from home option is not available

Part-timework and contractual jobs are available in some cities

Local travelling is not part of the job

Need not handle a team Working hours

Working hours include 9/10 hours everyday for 6 days a week

Shift system maybe available

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

This job is not considered hazardous or dangerous

Health risks include accidents, handling potentially hazardous materials and tools

Occupational hazards include fatigue, ergonomic injuries due to continuous sitting, standing or repetitive motion

For freshers - `5,000 to`7,000 per month

Forcandidateswith1yearofexperienceormore`7,000 to`9,000 per month

(These figures are indicative and subject to change)

Overview of the Industrial Electronics and IT sector

Industrial electronics is the second major export segment after electronic components with a significant share of 25% in total Electronic Hardware exports in FY 2008.

This segment continues to be an important constituent from the perspective of applications for electronics and IT. Manufacturing of related hardware in technology areas like PLC, distributed control systems, UPS, varied power electronic equipment and systems has been increasing in the country.

Demand Drivers for the Electronics and IT Hardware industry

Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) and R&D based exports will also be a major driver of growth in the industry. Increased value-addition in these areas will further drive demand for production as well as sales, services, and after-sales support, which will have major implications on the demand for skilled human resources.

A number of global companies would also use India as a base to cater to domestic and export markets as is the trend currently.

Operator-level Skill Gaps in the Electronics and IT Hardware Industry

Inability to understand material variation and take corrective action

Incapable of identifying defects and rectifying the same on time

Lack of machine handling ability and knowledge of latest technologies

Insufficient orientation to learn

Inability to understand instructions and product designs completely

Industrial electronic manufacturers

Maximum number of job openings are available in Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Noida, Pune, Chennai and other Metro cities.2

Will be updated

ITIs across India

IL&FS Skills Development Corporation Ltd,NTBCL Building, Toll Plaza, DND Flyway, NOIDA - 201 301. U.P. INDIAContact No: 0120 - 2459200, 2459201 /

Fun first Global Skillers Pvt. Ltd.A-303 & 304, Kailas Industrial Complex,Veer Savarkar Marg, Ghatkopar Hiranandani Link Road,Vikhroli (W), Mumbai 400079Contact No: +919969018312, 022-25181012 /

Providers Skill Academy Pvt. Ltd.Ganesh Building, 2nd Floor, Old No. 30New No. 63, Venkatanarayan Road,T. Nagar

Chennai 600017Contact No: +9198407-12388, 044-24356035 /

STQCCentre for Electronics Test Engineering ETDC Complex, Kamalanagar ECIL Post, Hyderabad-500 062Contact No: 040 - 27181110, 27181113

Electronics Service & Training Centre

Kaniya, Ramnagar Dist. Nanital Uttarakhan: 05947- 251201,251294, 251530