NSQF- Wireman.pdf

Wireman (CTS)

  • Job DescriptionWireman, Light and Power installs various kinds of electrical wiring such as cleat, conduit, casing, concealed etc. in houses, factories, workshops and other establishments for light and power supply. Studies diagram and plan of wiring and marks light, power and other points accordingly. Fixes wooden pegs, sizes tubes, saws casings, etc. by common carpentry fitting and other processes, according to type of wiring needed. Erects switch boards and fixes switch box casings cleats, conduits ceiling roses, switches, meters etc. according to type and plan of wiring. Draws wire in two way or three-way wiring system as prescribed and makes electrical connections through plugs and switches to different points exercising great care for safety and avoiding short circuit and earthing at any stage of wiring. Fixes fuses and covers as per diagram and insulates all naked wires at diversions and junctions to eliminate chances of short circuit and earthing. Fits light brackets, holders, shades, tube and mercury lights, fans etc, and makes electrical connection as necessary. Tests checks installed wiring for leakage and continuity using megger, removes faults if any and certifies wiring as correct for connecting mains. Checks existing wiring for defects and restores current supply by replacing defective switches, plug sockets, blown fuse etc. or removing short circuits and faulty wiring as necessary. May repair simple electrical domestic appliances.
  • CodeDGT/1009
  • SectorPower
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours3865
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
  • Certifying BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
  • Proposed Occupation

    Electrical wiring works such as cleat, conduit, casing, concealed etc. in houses, factories, workshops and other establishments for light and power supply.

  • International Comparability

    Existence of any official document suggesting the comparability of the qualification with the qualifications in other countries is not known.

    However, ITI passed out trainees are getting employment in many Gulf countries, European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore etc.

  • Progression Pathway

    Qualifying trainee shall obtain an NCVT Certificate in Wireman trade which places the trainee in a position to investigate requirements for progression to a National Apprenticeship Certificate or National Craft Instructor Certificate. This qualification shall enable the trainee to find employment as a skilled worker.

  • Planned arrangements for RPL

    At present the students who have passed 8th class with minimum 3 years experience can appear for NCVT theory and practical semester examination directly.

    The students who have passed SCVT examination can also appear for the NCVT Examination in the relevant semester and Trade directly.

  • Qualification File NSQF- Wireman.pdf
  • Supporting Documents
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    Trade theory Mandatory 530 4
    Trade practical Mandatory 2200 4
    Engineering Drawing Mandatory 265 4
    Workshop Calculation & Science Mandatory 180 4
    Employability skills Mandatory 110 4
    Industrial Training/ Project Work (Except 1st Sem) Mandatory 240 -
    Library and Co-curricular activities Mandatory 180 -
    Admission & Examination Mandatory 160 -