NSQF-Account Executive.pdf

Account Executive

  • Job DescriptionIndividuals at this job are responsible for managing preparation of clients’ advertisement end-products
  • Code(MES/ Q 0208)
  • SectorMedia & Entertainment
  • NSQF LevelLevel 5
  • Notional Hours480
  • Accrediting BodiesMESC – Media & Entertainment Skill Council
  • Certifying BodiesMESC – Media & Entertainment Skill Council
  • Proposed Occupation

    Account Executive:The individuals in this job are required to understand advertising requirements from the client and coordinate with the creative teams within the agency to have them executed. The individual may also be required to liaise with external vendors for production of advertisements, in which case they would be required to negotiate an agreeable fee on behalf of the client. The individual is required to present final work products to clients and obtain their approval.   

  • International Comparability

    Creative Skills Set (United Kingdom) & IBSA ( Australian Business Skill Council)

  • Progression Pathway

    Account Director

  • Qualification File NSQF-Account Executive.pdf
  • Supporting Documents
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    MES N / 0213 (Understanding the requirements and creative goals of the client) Mandatory 144 5
    MES N / 0215 (Coordinating with creative teams as well as external vendors) Mandatory 144 5
    MES N / 0216 (Prepare MIS reports) Mandatory 144 5
    MES N / 0218 (Maintain workplace health and safety) Mandatory 48 5
QF _Accounting_BAN101.pdf

Accounting

  • CodeBAN101
  • SectorBFSI
  • NSQF LevelLevel 3
  • Notional Hours450
  • Accrediting BodiesGOI Ministries and State departments who have adopted MES qualifications accredit training providers for their programs and schemes (only in case of SDIS schemes Training providers accredited by States on behalf of NCVT)
  • Certifying BodiesNational Council for Vocational Training (NCVT)
  • Proposed Occupation

    After training the person will be able to independently work as an accountant in an IT enabled office/warehouse

  • International Comparability

    -NA-

  • Progression Pathway

    An individual can progress in an organisation as an Accounts Officer, Tally Expert and can have expertise in other Accounts softwares whichever is used in the organisation.

  • Qualification File QF _Accounting_BAN101.pdf
  • Supporting Documents
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    (i) DGT/MES/BAN/N01: Introduction to Banking terminologies Mandatory 50 3
    (ii) DGT/MES/BAN/N02: Understand the classification of Accounting Heads and Data Conciliation Mandatory 100 3
    (iii) DGT/MES/BAN/N03: Understand and can apply Tally for accounting Mandatory 100 3
    (iv) DGT/MES/BAN/N04: Understand the Budgeting and Control tools Mandatory 100 3
    (v) DGT/MES/BAN/N05: Acquire the knowledge of Accounting calculations Mandatory 100 3
    Total 450
QF _Account Assistant Tally_ICT701.pdf

Accounts Assistant using Tally

  • CodeICT 701
  • SectorBFSI
  • NSQF LevelLevel 3
  • Notional Hours500
  • Accrediting BodiesGOI Ministries and State departments who have adopted MES qualifications accredit training providers for their programs and schemes (only in case of SDIS schemes Training providers accredited by States on behalf of NCVT)
  • Certifying BodiesNational Council for Vocational Training (NCVT)
  • Proposed Occupation

    After completion of the course the trainees shall be qualified for one or more of the following job roles:

    1. Office Assistant.

    2. Accounting using Tally

    3. Using E Commerce Sites.

  • International Comparability

    -NA-

  • Progression Pathway

    An individual can progress in an organisation as an Accounts Officer, Tally Expert and can further go for expertise in other Accounts softwares whichever is used in the organisation.

  • Qualification File QF _Account Assistant Tally_ICT701.pdf
  • Supporting Documents
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    (i) DGT/MES/ICT/N01: Understand the Basic Fundamentals of Computer and Windows OS M 20 3
    (ii) DGT/MES/ICT/N02: Understand the Basic Structure of MS Office and able to use basic tools of MS-Word and MS- Excel M 60 3
    (iii) DGT/MES/ICT/N03: Acquire the Basic Concepts of Accounting methods and Tally fundamentals. M 200 3
    (iv) DGT/MES/ICT/N04: To have Knowledge of Internet Basics and Internet Browsers and Cyber security M 200 3
    (v) DGT/MES/ICT/N05: Able to use Internet for Marketing M 20 3
    Total 500
NSQF- Accounts Executive (Accounts Payable and Receivable).pdf

Accounts Executive (Accounts Payable & Receivable)

  • Job DescriptionAccounts Executice ( Accounts Payable & Receivable) is a person appointed by any company, who is responsible for maintaining its vendors' accounts, making ( approved) periodic payments to the vendors, ensuring that there is no lapse on account of making payments to the concerned parties, maintains customers' accounts, raises bills on the customer, ensuring that all collections are realized periodically, thereby managing the occurrence/incidence of bad debts.  
  • CodeBSC/Q0901
  • SectorBFSI
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours75
  • Accrediting BodiesBanking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) Sector Skill Council of India
  • Certifying BodiesBanking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI)
  • Proposed Occupation

    Entry level Executive (Accounts Payable & Receivable)

  • International Comparability

    Service Skills Australia : ANZSCO Code : 221112

  • Progression Pathway

    The qualification helps the student to get an entry level job in accounting based on the QP he has gotten trained with. The progression can be through Upskilling to other Qualification Packs during employment.  The other QP could be a higher NSQF level say 6, 7, 8 etc. 

    Since the training is for the entry level accounts executive position, the trainee could experience a career growth within the organization by exhibiting continuous Upskilling approaches towards the acquired skill.  For ex: from Accounts Executive to Sr. Acc. Exec. to Jr. Mgr. to Sr. Mgr. etc.

  • Qualification File NSQF- Accounts Executive (Accounts Payable and Receivable).pdf
  • Supporting Documents
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    BSC / N 0901 (Understanding the Purchase order, Purchase journal, supplier and payment details) Mandatory 75 (Cumulative notional hour for all NOS) 4
    BSC / N 0902 (Understanding the customer Purchase order, payment terms, delivery challan and sales journal) Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 0903 ( Booking credit purchase in the purchase journal) Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 0904 ( Booking credit sales in the sales journal) Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 0905 (Verification of the documents) Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 0906 (Preparation of Payment voucher) Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 0907 ( Preparation of mode of payment) Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 0908 (Updating voucher with payment details) Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 0909 ( Preparing Receipt voucher) Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 0910 (Performing the accounting entry Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 0911 ( Record keeping) Mandatory 4
NSQF- Accounts Executive (Payroll).pdf

Accounts Executive (Payroll)

  • Job DescriptionAccounts Executive (Payroll)  is a person appointed by any company, who is responsible for maintaining and updating records relating to the amount of salaries payable to employees.  
  • CodeBSC/Q1201
  • SectorBFSI
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours60
  • Accrediting BodiesBanking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) Sector Skill Council of India
  • Certifying BodiesBanking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI).
  • Proposed Occupation

    Entry level Executive (Payroll)

  • International Comparability

    UK Standard - AAT: 600/6908/9

  • Progression Pathway

    The qualification helps the student to get an entry level job in accounting based on the QP he has gotten trained with. The progression can be through Upskilling to other Qualification Packs during employment.  The other QP could be a higher NSQF level say 5, 6, 7, 8 etc. 

    Since the training is for the entry level accounts executive position, the trainee could experience a career growth within the organization by exhibiting continuous Upskilling approaches towards the acquired skill.  For ex: from Accounts Executive to Sr. Acc. Exec. to Jr. Mgr. to Sr. Mgr. etc.

  • Qualification File NSQF- Accounts Executive (Payroll).pdf
  • Supporting Documents
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    BSC / N 1201 (Understanding the various concepts to perform the Payroll function) Mandatory 60 (Cumulative notional hour for all NOS) 4
    BSC / N 1202 (Understanding in detail the documents relating to the job role) Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 1203 (Preparation of Salary advice) Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 1204 (Preparation of statutory advice) Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 1205 (Preparation of salary journal) Mandatory 4
    BSC/N0910(Performing the accounting entry) Mandatory 4
    BSC / N 1207 (Filing and record keeping) Mandatory 4
AC, LAC ACCTS ASST.pdf

AC/LAC :Accounts Assistant

  • Job DescriptionTo undertake internal checks, budgetary controls, NE benefits, NPF accountings and other accounting related jobs. Details given at Annexure- VI
  • CodeIAF/Accts/010
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours2535
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training (D Trg), Air Headquarters
  • Certifying BodiesNon Technical Training Institute, Air Force (NTTI, AF) Regional Examining Board (Training)
  • Proposed Occupation

    Leading Air Craftsman (LAC), Accountant

  • International Comparability

    Not known

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    ACLACCpl*Sgt*JWO*IWOMWO
    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal
    (Cpl), Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO)
    called as Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE), Sergeant
    Promotion Exam (SPE) and Junior Warrant Promotion
    Exam (JPE)

  • Qualification File AC, LAC ACCTS ASST.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Entire range of work of an Accounts Assistant tradesman in Accounts Section of a Base. IAF/Accts/010/01 Mandatory 300 4
    2. Maintenance of accounting documents and registers IAF/Accts/010/02 Mandatory 300 4
    3. Equipment Accounting Services IAF/Accts/010/03 Mandatory 300 4
    4. Budgetary control and Grant/Loan IAF/Accts/010/04 Mandatory 300 4
    5. Pay Accounting Service and Noneffective benefits to officers, Airmen, NC(E)s and civilians. IAF/Accts/010/05 Mandatory 200 4
    6. Public Fund (PF) and Non Public Fund (NPF)accounting IAF/Accts/010/06 Mandatory 300 4
    7. Costing of unit/squadron IAF/Accts/010/07 Mandatory 300 4
    8. Audit and Internal Check 5 IAF/Accts/010/08 Mandatory 260 4
    9. Correspondence and Knowledge of cOmputers IAF/Accts/010/09 Mandatory 275 4
    Total 2535
AC, LAC ADM ASST.pdf

AC/LAC : Administrative Assistant

  • Job DescriptionTo perform the duties of Clerk for IAF Offices and General duties related tasks. For details refer Annexure- V
  • CodeIAF/Adm/020
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours2535
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training (D Trg), Air HQ & Regional Examining Board (Training) {REB (T)}
  • Certifying BodiesNon-Technical Training Institute (NTTI) & Regional Examining Board (Training) [REB (T)]
  • Proposed Occupation

    AC/LAC of Adm Asst

  • International Comparability

    Not known

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    ACLACCpl*Sgt*JWO*WOMWO
    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal
    (Cpl), Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer
    (JWO)called as Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE),
    Sergeant Promotion Exam (SPE) and Junior Warrant
    Officer Promotion Exam (JPE)

  • Qualification File AC, LAC ADM ASST.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Awareness in despatch and receipt of mail /correspondence, maintenance of files etc used in IAF. IAF/Adm/020/01 Mandatory 300 4
    2. Capability in dealing with Personal administration of Airmen IAF/Adm/020/02 Mandatory 500 4
    3. Capability in dealing with Personal administration Officers IAF/Adm/020/03 Mandatory 500 4
    4. Capability in dealing with Personal administration Civilians IAF/Adm/020/04 Mandatory 400 4
    5.Knowledge of publishing of Routine Orders IAF/Adm/020/05 Mandatory 335 4
    6.Computer Literacy Awareness IAF/Adm/020/06 Mandatory 500 4
    Total 2535
QF AC, LAC - Auto Fit.pdf

AC/LAC : Automobile Fitter

  • CodeIAF/Auto Fit/040
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours4000
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training (D Trg), Air HQ
  • Certifying BodiesMechanical Transport Training Institute (MTTI) & Regional Examining Board (Training) [REB(T)]
  • Proposed Occupation

    Aircraftsman/Leading Air Craftsman (LAC), Automobile
    Fitter

  • International Comparability

    Not Known

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    ACLACCpl*Sgt*JWO*WOMWO
    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal (Cpl),
    Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO)called as
    Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE), Sergeant Promotion
    Exam (SPE) and Junior Warrant Officer Promotion Exam
    (JPE)

  • Qualification File QF AC, LAC - Auto Fit.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Workshop Technology IAF/Auto Fit/040/01 Mandatory 200 4
    2. Automobile Technology IAF/Auto Fit/040/02 Mandatory 300 4
    3. Sports Utility Vehicles IAF/Auto Fit/040/03 Mandatory 200 4
    4. Two wheelers IAF/Auto Fit/040/04 Mandatory 300 4
    5. Auto-mobile electrical IAF/Auto Fit/040/05 Mandatory 400 4
    6. Common vehicles IAF/Auto Fit/040/06 Mandatory 400 4
    7. Specialist vehicles IAF/Auto Fit/040/07 Mandatory 400 4
    8. Instructional Visits to Automobile factories IAF/Auto Fit/040/08 Mandatory 300 4
    9. Road safety IAF/Auto Fit/040/09 Mandatory 200 4
    10. Repair works on engine system IAF/Auto Fit/040/10 Mandatory 500 4
    11. Repair works on carburetor, ignition system IAF/Auto Fit/040/11 Mandatory 300 4
    12. Repair works on transmissionsystem IAF/Auto Fit/040/12 Mandatory 300 4
    13. Various systems IAF/Auto Fit/040/13 Mandatory 200 4
    Total 4000
QF AC LAC Auto Tech.pdf

AC/LAC : Automobile Technician

  • CodeIAF/Auto Tech/050
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours3480
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training, Air Headquarters
  • Certifying BodiesMechanical TransportTraining Institute, Air Force (MTTI, AF) and Regional Examination Board (Training) REB (T)
  • Proposed Occupation

    Aircraftsman /Leading Aircraftsman of Automobile Technician

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    ACLACCpl*Sgt*JWO*WOMWO
    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal (Cpl),
    Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO) called as
    Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE), Sergeant Promotion Exam
    (SPE) and Junior Warrant Promotion Exam (JPE)

  • Qualification File QF AC LAC Auto Tech.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Duties in MT Section IAF/A-Tech/050/01 Mandatory 60 4
    2. Dealing with unforeseen commitments IAF/A-Tech/050/02 Mandatory 60 4
    3. MT Yard IAF/A-Tech/050/03 Mandatory 60 4
    4. ATC / tarmac duties IAF/A-Tech/050/04 Mandatory 70 4
    5. Ambulance duties IAF/A-Tech/050/05 Mandatory 70 4
    6.Fire Section duties IAF/A-Tech/050/06 Mandatory 60 4
    7. MT Office IAF/A-Tech/050/07 Mandatory 70 4
QF AC LAC Comm Tech.pdf

AC/LAC: Communication Technician

  • CodeIAF/Comm /060
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours4100
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training (D Trg) at Air HQs
  • Certifying BodiesCommunication Training Institute (CTI) Air Force& Regional Examination Board (Training) REB (T)
  • Proposed Occupation

    Aircraftsman /Leading Aircraftsman of Communication
    Technicians

  • International Comparability

    Not Known

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    ACLACCpl*Sgt*JWO*WOMWO

    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal (Cpl),
    Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO)called as
    Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE), Sergeant Promotion
    Exam (SPE) and Junior Warrant Officer Promotion Exam
    (JPE)

  • Qualification File QF AC LAC Comm Tech.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Communication Technology, Technical Administration and servicing of Communication associated equipment. IAF/Comn/060/01 Mandatory 500 4
    2.Maintenance of communication and Air to Ground communication and Ground to Ground communication. Periodical servicing of underground cable and associated equipment. IAF/Comn/060/02 Mandatory 800 4
    3. Fundamentals of maintenance of Digital and IP Phones. IAF/Comn/060/03 Mandatory 800 4
    4. Daily Inspection (DI) of Material Handling Equipment (MHE), operation and maintenance of communication equipment. IAF/Comn/060/04 Mandatory 500 4
    5. Fundamentals of inventory handling procedures IAF/Comn/060/05 Mandatory 500 4
    6. Advance test equipment IAF/Comn/060/06 Mandatory 500 4
    7. Handling and operation of fire appliances. IAF/Comn/060/07 Mandatory 500 4
    Total 4100

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