A sewing machine operator is responsible for employing the use of a sewing machine in the production of textile products. His/her primary responsibility is to stitch/sew fabric, fur, or synthetic materials to produce apparels. A Sewing Machine Operator should have good eyesight, eye-hand-leg coordination, motor skills and vision (including near vision, distance vision, colour vision, peripheral vision), depth perception and ability to change focus.
There are no formal educational requirements to become a sewing machine operator. Experience is important, and it is possible to gain this through learning by doing. Math and technology skills are also an asset.
An estimated 7 lakh jobs open each year because of upward movement and replacement. The job market is weakening because more of the tasks are outsourced to overseas facilities or are becoming fully automated through the use of machines.
There is a significant shortage of skilled manpower, essentially due to gaps in skill availability and skill needs. The need of the hour is to have a skilled workforce that will enhance productivity, profits and eventually contribute towards poverty alleviation. Sewing Machine Operators are at the entry level of the ecosystem.
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There are many unemployed graduates in our country today. It is because their qualifications and skills do not match job market needs. A mere 20% of today’s workforce has the skills needed for 60% of the jobs that will be arising within the next five to ten years. So it is not important whether you are graduated or not but it is time to upgrade your skills to suit for a particular job that you apply for. To solve the imbalance, all you need is to assess your skills based on your job role and get scored. If you choose to, we will assess your skills. And if you encounter a skill gap, we’ll provide you with the gap filling opportunity to acquire more contemporary, relevant skills and continue your career journey. We will act as an aid to get you fit into appropriate jobs. We will also send your Skill Assessment Record to various HR and industrial heads for better placement opportunities.
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