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CUTTING & SEWING SYLLABUS Trade Skill - II
SYLLABUS
CUTTING & SEWING
Trade Skill - II
Under Craft Instructor Training Scheme
2012
Government of India
Ministry of Labour and Employment
Directorate General of Employment and Training
CENTRAL STAFF TRAINING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Salt Lake City, Kolkata
NVTI/APPAREL/2011/ABHA/TS_II CS
Page 1
List of the Members attended trade committee meeting for developing
Syllabi for Apparel Sector on 16.12.2011
Sl .
No.
1.
Name of the
member
Ms. Upma Bhatia
Chair person
2.
Mr. Rajender
Kumar
3.
Ms Tulika Kumar
4.
5.
6.
Ms Ritu Lal
Mr ASEEM KUMAR
Ms Krishi Sareen
7.
Ms Laxmi Rohella
8.
Mr Shiv Kumar
9.
Ms Neeru
10.
Ms Anju Bhatia
11.
Mr Amar Pundir
12.
Ms Tanushree
Mitra
Ms Gloria Mary
Rose
Ms Abha Rastogi
Mr S S Meena
Ms Sonu Ghiya
Ms Anju
Ms Bhagya Shree
Ms Pragna Ben
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Address
Jt. Director of Training/Principal
National Vocational Training Institute
for Women, D-1, Sector – 1, Noida –
201301
Jt. Director of Training
Director General of Employment &
Training, Sharam Shakti Bhavan,
New Delhi
Proprietor, Matt Global, A-33, Sector –
58, Noida 0120-4262350
Fashion Designer , Free Launcer
M.D., KAURUB EXPORTS LTD.
HOD,Footware Design &
Development Institute, Sector 24,
Noida
Merchandiser, Flying Fashions, E-46/3,
Okhla Industrial Area, Phase II, New
Delhi.
Software consultant, Optitex India
Limited, NewDelhi
Software Trainer, Optitex India
Limited, NewDelhi
Viva Jeans, 39, M S Market, CP, New
Delhi
Manager HR, M/S Creative Clothes, A –
1, Sector – 59,Noida
Project Manager, M/S Creative Clothes,
A – 1, Sector – 59,Noida
Training Officer, NVTI, Noida
Training Officer, NVTI, Noida
Training Officer, NVTI, Noida
Training Officer, NVTI, Noida
Training Officer, RVTI, Jaipur
Training Officer, RVTI, Panipat
Training Officer, RVTI, Calcutta
Page 2
General Information
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Name of the Trade
Name of the Module
N. C. O. Code No.
Duration of Training
No. of Seats (Batch Size)
Entry Qualification
: Cutting & Sewing
: Trade Skill – II

Course Objective
:

Training Methodology
:
:
: 3 Months (13 Weeks)
: 20 Trainees
: 10th passed
Passed one year (2 semester of 6 months each of
relevant basic course)
And appeared in Trade Skill – I of Relevant course.
7. Power Consumption
: 5 kW (For Trade Skill I and II)
8. Space required
: 120sq m Drafting & Cutting Room
: 50 sq m Theory Room
: 75 sq m Sewing Workshop
: 2 sq m Trial Room
9. Qualifications for Instructor:
Academic:
o Graduate
Technical:
o 3 years Diploma in relevant stream from
AICTE
o Teaching/Industrial Experience – 4 years
The objective of the course is to impart
training in advance areas of Fashion
so that they can seek one of the
following mode of employment 1. Pattern Master (Manual)
2. Instructor
3. Line In charge in an Export House
4. Set her/his own Boutique
5. Assistant to quality controller
Training in each module shall consists of
o Lecture
o Practical Exercises in the work
shops
o Market surveys of treands
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
Trainees Exit Level
o Visits to Export
houses/Exhibitions/ Fairs.
On completion of training trainees are
expected to be able to :
o Draft Pattern
o Stitch made to order garments
o Inspect Garment
:
NOTE:NCVT Certificate in Crafts Instructor Course will be awarded after
successful completion of all modules of the trade concerned namely Trade Skill –
I, Trade Skill – II and, Module-III Vocational Science and Calculation ,Module-IV
Training Methodology.
MARKING
SCHEME
Marking Scheme for each module of Modular Pattern for Craft Instructor Training for all
the trades in NVT/RVTIs
TRADE SKILL – II
Sl.
No
PAPER
MARKS
Max.
Marks
1
2
3
PRACTICAL
THEORY
TOTAL
175
75
250
Min.
marks
for Pass
105
45
150
SESSIONAL
GRAND TOTAL
Max
Marks
Max
Marks
35
15
50
Min.
marks for
Pass
21
09
30
210
90
300
Min.
marks
for Pass
126
54
180
DURATION OF
EXAMINATION
8 Hrs.
3 Hrs.
Note: Minimum passing marks in sessional and final examination is 60%
each for both Theory and Practical
Page 4
Trade Skill - II
Cutting & Sewing
Week No.
Theory (2 hours per day)
1
Introduction & scope
2
3&4
5
6&7
Technical Terms & their use in the
trade “Cutting & Tailoring”
Fusing Technology
Safety
 Safety during work
 First Aid
 First Aid Box
Drafting of Ladies Blouse
Cutting Technology
Estimation of cloth for
 Different width
 Different Size
 Different Fabric Pattern
Drafting & Pattern Making of
 Shirt
 Bushirt
 T Shirt
 Safari Shirt
 Pathani Shirt
Sewing Technology
 Components of Sewing
o Stitches & Seams
o Feed System
o Pressure Foot
o Throat Plate
o Feed Dog
o Needles
o Threads
o Types of Motor &
Belt
Balance of Garment according to
Structure of Human Body & its
importance
Deformed Figure
Drafting & Pattern Making of
Gents Kurtas
 Nehru Kurta
Practical
Revision
Pattern Making, Cutting, Stitching &
finishing of Designer Blouses as per
Fashion
Cutting, Stitching & Finishing of any
two shirts
 Shirt
 Bushirt
 T Shirt
 Safari Shirt
 Pathani Shirt
Pattern Making for special Needs –
 Deformed figures
 Abnormal figures
Cutting, Stitching & Finishing of any
one  Nehru Kurta
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8
9
 Kalidar Kurta
 Bengali Kurta
 Decorative Kurta
Machinery & Equipment
 Basic Sewing machines for
o General Sewing
o Over locking
o Safety Stitching
o Blind Stitching
o Button Holes
o Bar Tacking
o Button Sewing
o Double Needle
o Zigzag
Trimmings & Accessories
Time & Motion Study
 Special Sewing Machines
 Work Aids
o Machine Beds
o Machine Tables
o Work Chairs
o Machine Attachments
Estimation of
 Material for different width,
size & Texture
 Garniture for a garment
Costing of Garment
Drafting of Ladies Shirt
Principles of Pressing Technology
Drafting & Pattern Making of
 Shorts
 English/One piece Trousers
 American/Two Piece
Trousers
 Jeans
Quality Control
 Definition, factors affecting
quality, benefits of quality
control
 Quality Assurance System
 Statistical Quality control
 Concept & use of AQL
Drafting of Nehru Jacket & Vest
Coat various style.



Kalidar Kurta
Bengali Kurta
Decorative Kurta
Pattern Making,
7
Cutting, Stitching &
finishing of Designer Suits
Cutting, Stitching & Finishing of any
one  Shorts
 English/One piece Trousers
 American/Two Piece
Trousers
 Jeans
Pattern Making of Jacket & Vest
coat (Including Lining)
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Accessories for Jackets & Coats
Inspection Definition, need, planning
 Types of Inspection
 Stages of Inspection
 Role of Inspector
10
11
12
Checking of Garments in respect of
–
 Measurements
 Stitching
 Stains
 Defects
Pattern Making of –
 Single Breast
 Double Breast
 Sherwani/Achakan
Drafting of Coat  Single Breast
 Double Breast
 Sherwani/Achakan
Analysation of Garment in respect
of Stitching sequence
Project- Draft, Cut, Stitch & Finish a Gents Garment of your Choice
Revision & Examination
Page 7
All the Laboratories/Rooms/Workshops are Shared with Trade Skill-I
List of Tools & Equipment
Theory Room
Sl. No. Name of the Tools/Equipment
01
Single desks for trainees with arrangements of keeping
Books etc.
02
Revolving Chairs without arms
03
Faculty Table & Chair set
04
Computer set with UPS (Latest Version)
Quantity
20
05
06
01
02
01
02
01
01
07
08
09
10
Interactive multimedia Board with accessories (Latest )
LCD projector
White Magnetic Board with Felt board & accessories
Display Board
Storage Almirah (Small)
Air Conditioner unit split type 2 Ton capacity with
Stabilizer
20
01
01
Drafting/Cutting Room
Sl. No. Name of the Tools/Equipment
01
Drafting / Cutting Table 6’x4’
02
Drafting Stools Padded revolving type with adjustable
seat height
04
Scissors Pattern Cutting
05
Steel Almirah
06
Chest of Drawers
07
White magnetic Board with felt Board & accessories
08
Display Board
09
L Scale Acrylic Curved
10
Leg Curve Scale
11
Hip Curve Scale
12
Awl (Poker)
13
Alphabet & Numeric letter Stencil
14
Pattern Weight
15
Pattern Notcher
16
Pattern Punch
Quantity
20
20
20
01
01
01
02
20
20
20
20
04
40
05
05
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17*
18*
19*
20*
21*
22*
23*
24
25
26
27.
28.
Tracing Wheel
Measuring Tape 150 cm
Straight Scale 60 cm
Pattern Master
French Curve
Triangular Card Scale
Arm hole curve
Dummy Child, Lady, Gents
Manniquence Child, Lady, Gents
Air Conditioner unit split 3 Ton capacity with Stabilizer
PC Note Book / Lap Top (Latest Version)
Equipment Table
29.
30.
31.
Faculty Table
Faculty Chair
Vacuum Cleaner
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
02each
02each
03
01 per Unit
As per
requirement
01
01
01
Note: 1. Items marked * (Sl. No. 17 to 23) may be given to the trainees in every
session & will be treated as consumable.
2. Quantities of hand tools may be suitably changed as per number of
trainees admitted.
Sewing Work shop
Sl. No.
Name of the Tools/Equipment
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
Cutting Scissors 25 cm
Cutting Scissors 30 cm
Pinking Shears size 8”
Button Hole Scissors
Garment Hangers
C P G measuring Tape
Snips (Thread Cutter)
Thimble
Seam Rippers
Screw Driver Set ( as per requirement)
Sewing Machine ( Single Needle Lock Stitch with edge
cutter)– Industrial type Imported Latest model (Equivalent
to Juki/Brother Company)
Fusing Machine
12
Quantity in
numbers
20
05
02
02
20
02
20
20
20
05
20
01
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13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01 each as
required
43
44
Button Hole Machine
Button Sewing Machine
Multi Stitches Zig Zag Sewing Machine
Double Needle Split Bar Lock Stitch
Button Covering Machine
Over lock machine 3 Thread
Over Lock machine 5 Thread with gathering Attachment
Blind Hemming Machine
Double Needle Machine
Machines/attachments for Elastic insertion/Pin tucks/
Shirring /Picot & Fagotting /Pico or any other designer
stitch
Embroidery Machine
Vacuum Pressing Table with steam generating system &
Iron
Electric Steam Iron
Stain removing Gun
Operator Chair revolving type with adjustable height
without arms
Press Stand
Pressing Pad
Rubber Sheet for Pressing Table
Faculty Table & Chair set
Steel Almirah
Pigeon hole Almirah with 4 lockers & separate locking
arrangements for trainees
Locks for the lockers
Show case for Display
Covered Notice Board
Covered Display Board
White Magnetic Board with Felt board & accessories
Wall Clock
Desk type Calculator
Air Conditioner unit split 2 Ton capacity with Stabilizer
Vacuum Cleaner
Equipment Table 3’ X 2’
45
Lap top with internet facility
01 for each
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
01
02
02
01
one for each
Machine
02
02
04
01
02
06
24
02
01
02
01
01
01
03
01
As per
requirement
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46
Mirror for Trial Room
faculty
03
Note:
1. Due to the rapid changes in the technologies frequent
Modernization of equipments and technologies is necessary.
2. Training Programmes forStaff should be organized in the new
fields added in the curriculum for the proper implementation of
the same.
3. Experts from the Industry may be called for special lectures and
demo’s as and when required.
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