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Code : 2015/GJ/GJSCI/1224 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

This individual at work finishes the jewellery frame and cleans it thoroughly in order to give the base frame the look that the design requires. Polishing is done at multiple stages of jewellery making with different types of materials or abrasives. Cleaning is also done at multiple stages of jewellery making using different types of techniques as applicable.

Code : G&J/Q0701 (Version 2) NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 250 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

This individual at work finishes the jewellery frame and cleans it thoroughly in order to give the base frame the look that the design requires. Polishing is done at multiple stages of jewellery making with different types of materials or abrasives. Cleaning is also done at multiple stages of jewellery making using different types of techniques as applicable.

Code : G&J/Q 4701 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 75 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

The individual on this job, allocates work to subordinate workers, trains and educates them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output, manages team and systems, carries out performance appraisal, ensures safety of the diamond, and interacts with other departments in order to produce lots of faceted and polished diamonds as per company objectives and customers requirement and delivers on time.

Code : G&J/Q9102 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 150 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

The individual at work makes alloy of various karatage by melting pure precious metals like gold, silver and other non-precious metals. Draws wire or sheet from ingot on rolling mill and drawing plate.   Group A i) Proof of work experience/skills/competencies acquired in informal/non-formal settings (Self undertaking) (Skill based evidenc e) ii) Work experience certificate from the employer if any iii) Work experience certificate from the local Jeweller's Manufacturer's association Group B (Literacy based evidence) iv) Copy of the Educational Qualification certificate, if any iv) Self undertaking by the candidate indicating the basic literacy level The candidate should submit the evidence at least one each from Group A and Group B. 1. The applications along with the evidence submitted by the candidates will be screened and reviewed by the Training Partner & GJSCI. 2. The eligible candidates will be informed accordingly. 3. The candidates who could not be eligible for RPL assessment, will be informed about the deficiency in the application form and evidence submitted by them to the Training Partner and will be asked to apply again after taking necessary remedial measures. 4. Training Partner will inform the candidates about the assessment centre, date and time for assessment well in advance. Efforts will be made to ensure that the candidate is assessed in his/her work place only. Eligibility criteria: 1. Any artisan above the age of 18 with a minimum work experience of 6 months can get assessed in the RPL programme. 2. To validate the work experience, we shall need a letter from the local jeweller’s association or the employing company certifying his/her experience.

Code : 2015/GJ/GJSCI/1169 NSQF Level : Level 7 Notional Hours : 240 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

The individual at work coordinates with the stakeholders such as customers, marketing team, production team, designers and merchandisers to develop the practical, marketable and fashionable jewellery products. The individual recruits, trains and manages team of designers.

Code : 2015/GJ/GJSCI/1227 NSQF Level : Level 7 Notional Hours : 240 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

The individual at work procures raw gold from banks, bullion dealers for anticipated orders or placed by customers, in order to execute the production planning and maintain profitability. The individual is also responsible for procurement of components for jewellery, gemstones, other consumables and tools required for jewellery making.

Code : 2015/GJ/GJSCI/1199 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 60 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

The individual at work needs to divide rough diamonds into groups having similar characteristics, by looking at the rough through an eye glass under light, using his/her knowledge and experience. Each rough diamond is assessed according to its natural characteristics ? judging specifically its colour, clarity, carat and model or shape.

Code : 2015/GJ/GJSCI/1230 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 45 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

The individual at work needs to mark assorted rough diamonds manually, using a marker pen for various requirements like identification, windowing, cleaving, laser or blade sawing, bruiting, etc. A marker needs to use his/her experience and make precise marking as the accuracy of the following process depends on the accuracy of the marking. The marking must be made with the objective of maximizing the value, or any other as fixed by the company.

Code : 2015/GJ/GJSCI/1170 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 60 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

The individual uses different types of rubber and works with vulcanising machine and various hand tools such as sterilised blade in order to create the moul

Code : 2015/GJ/GJSCI/1231 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

The individual at work in handmade gold jewellery manufacturing inserts and fixes precious, semi-precious and synthetic gemstones in the plain gold jewellery frame adorned with gold components

Code : G&J/Q1401 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 150 Sector : Gem & Jewellery
Code : 2015/GJ/GJSCI/1232 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 60 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

The individual selects the most appropriate gemstones for the jewellery as per design by size, shape, weight, colour and type, for setting on the jewellery frame at a later stage.

Code : 2015/GJ/GJSCI/1233 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 45 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

Individuals on this job use the spectrometer, light table and the D to Z machine (computer) to colour grade diamonds by analyzing the spectrum graph drawn and after passing light through the parallel windows created in the rough diamond in order to select the optimum plan. The spectrum operator evaluates the fluorescence in the rough diamond before assigning the final grades.

Code : 2019/GJ/GJSCI/3541 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 240 Sector : Gem & Jewellery

Spectrum Operator Spectrum Operator use the spectrometer, light tableand the D to Z machine (computer) to colour grade diamonds by analysing the spectrum graph drawn and after passing light through the parallel windows created in the rough diamond in order to select the optimum plan. The spectrum operator evaluates the fluorescence in the rough diamond before assigning the final grades.

Code : G&J/Q1403 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 150 Sector : Gem & Jewellery
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