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NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE
(Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th
April 2018)
CNC Programmer cum Operator
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CONTACT DETAILS OF THE BODY SUBMITTING THE QUALIFICATION FILE
Directorate General of Training (DGT)
Government of India, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship,
1st and 2nd Floor, CIRTES Building
Next to Pusa, Pusa Campus
New Delhi - 110012
Name and address of submitting body:
Directorate General of Training (DGT)
Government of India, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship,
1st and 2nd Floor, CIRTES Building
Next to Pusa, Pusa Campus
New Delhi - 110012
Name and contact details of individual dealing with the submission
Name: Shri Deepankar Mallick
Position in the organisation: Deputy Director General (C & P)
Address if different from above:
Tel number(s): 011-25847035
E-mail address: deepankar.mallick60@nic.in
List of documents submitted in support of the Qualifications File
1. Competency-based curriculum (Annexure 1)
Model Curriculum to be added which will include the following:
 Indicative list of tools/equipment to conduct the training: Enclosed with
curricula
 Trainers qualification: Indicated in the curriculum
 Lesson Plan: All NCVT curricula are designed indicating specific practical to
be carried out during training along with details of trade theory. Based on this
the concerned instructor prepares the Lesson Plan with support of IMPs
developed by DGT.
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 Distribution of training duration into theory/practical/OJT component:
Indicated in the curriculum
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 SUMMARY
1 Qualification Title „CNC Operator cum Programmer‟
2 Qualification Code, if any N/A
3 NCO code and occupation 7223.6001,7223.6002,7223.6003,7223.
5002,7223. 5003,7223. 5004,7223. 5005
4 Nature and purpose of the
qualification (Please specify
whether qualification is short
term or long term)
National Council for Vocational Training
(NCVT)
(long term qualification)
5 Body/bodies which will award
the qualification
National Council for Vocational Training
(NCVT) affiliates the ITIs as per time to time
issued guidelines.
6 Body which will accredit
providers to offer courses
leading to the qualification
National Council for Vocational Training
(NCVT)
7 Whether
accreditation/affiliation norms
are already in place or not , if
applicable (if yes, attach a
copy)
Yes.
The accreditation/ affiliation norms for all
training providers are as per DGT guidelines
issued from time to time with approval of
NCVT.
8 Occupation(s) to which the
qualification gives access
CNC Operator cum Programmer has a wide
scope of Employability ranging from self-
employment to Industrial jobs. On
successful completion of this course, the
candidates shall be gainfully employed in
the industries for following occupations:
 CNC Setter cum Operator Turning
 CNC Operator Turning
 CNC Programmer
 CNC Operator Machining
Technician
 CNC Operator Machinist
 CNC Operator VMC
 CNC Setter cum Operator VMC
9 Job description of the
occupation
Indicated in the curriculum
10 Licensing requirements N/A
11 Statutory and Regulatory
requirement of the relevant
sector (documentary evidence
N/A
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to be provided)
12 Level of the qualification in the
NSQF
Level 4
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13 Anticipated volume of
training/learning required to
complete the qualification Sl.
No.
Course Element
Total
Notion
al
Trainin
g
Hours
Basic Training
1 Professional Skill (Trade
Practical)
360
2 Professional Knowledge
(Trade Theory)
3 Workshop Calculation &
Science
20
4 Engineering Drawing 30
5 Employability Skills 110
Total (including Internal
Assessment)
520
On-Job Training:-
Total 12 months: (12
Months)
2080
14 Indicative list of training tools
required to deliver this
qualification
As per Annexure enclosed in the curriculum
15 Entry requirements and/or
recommendations and
minimum age
Passed 10th
class examination under 10+2
system of education or its equivalent
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16 Progression from the
qualification (Please show
Professional and academic
progression)
17 Arrangements for the
Recognition of Prior learning
(RPL)
1. Only those candidates will be allowed
to appear in the Test conducted by
NCVT as Private candidate who have
already acquired the National Trade
Certificate.
2. Three (03) years experience of the
candidates wishing to appear as
Private candidate after obtaining NTC
should be in the same trade in which
he proposed to acquire the National
Apprenticeship Certificate.
3. Private candidates possessing the
minimum educational qualification
required for engagement as an
apprentice in that particular trade and
the minimum experience as stated
above would only be permitted.
4. Candidates are to be sponsored by
an establishment and should not be
entertained directly.
5. Only, the experience acquired by the
candidate in an establishment
implementing the Apprentices Act,
1961 should be considered and such
certificate should be issued by the
Officer In-charge of Training of that
establishment.
18 International comparability
where known (research
evidence to be provided)
1. Existence of any official document
suggesting the comparability of the
qualification with the qualifications in
other countries is not known.
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2. However, NAC holder trainees are
getting employment in many Gulf
countries, European countries, Australia,
New Zealand, Singapore etc.
19 Date of planned review of the
qualification.
March 2023
20 Formal structure of the qualification
Mandatory components
Title of component and
identification
code/NOSs/Learning outcomes
Estimated size
(learning hours)
Level
Block-I
1. Introduction of lathe. Its types etc.
40 4
2. Introduction of Taper, its types,
uses calculations of tapers & its
Measurement by sine bar and slip
gauges.
40 4
3. Introduction of Milling machine, its
types & specification, driving and
feed mechanism of milling
machine. Classification & different
types of milling cutters & their
uses.
40
4
4. CNC technology- Difference
between CNC and conventional
lathes. Advantages and
disadvantages of CNC machines
over conventional machines.
Schematic diagram of CNC
system. Axes convention. Working
of parts explained using
multimedia CNC teachware. Parts
shown on machine.
80
4
5. Programming - Sequence, formats,
different codes, canned cycles.
Absolute and incremental
programming system. Tool nose
radius compensation (G41/42).
80
4
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Cutting tool materials, cutting tool
geometry - insert types, holder
types, insert cutting edge
geometry, ISO nomenclature for
turning tools, boring tools, inserts.
6. Cutting parameters - cutting speed,
feed rate, depth of cut, constant
surface speed, limiting spindle
speed. Process planning, tool
selection and cutting parameters
selection. Explained using
multimedia CNC teach ware and
CNC machine simulator.
80
4
7. Program execution in different
modes like single block, manual
and auto. Tool and work offsets
setting. Prepare various programs
as per drawing etc.
60
4
8. Surface finish- Surface roughness
related BIS symbols etc.
60 4
9. Identification of machines over
travel limits & emergency stop,
machine parts, mode practice (Jog,
MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block,
MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC
m/c part program preparation
60 4
10. Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old
program. Circular interpolation,
assignment & simulation on old
program. Work offset & tool offset
measurement & entry in CNC
control. Part program preparation
by absolute & incremental
programming.
60 4
11. Chuck removing & its assembly.
Cutting tool setting Work setting
Program editing & simulation
60 4
12. Cycle 95-Stock removal cycle
OD/ID Drilling/boring cycles in
CNC turning
60 4
13. Grooving/Threading on OD/ID in
CNC turning Offset correction
60 4
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practice Size control on CNC
machine Sub program with
repetition
14. CNC turning exercise: Multistate
threading Programming
60 4
15. FANUC CNC Control – Turning
Study of CNC machine, keyboard
& specifications, Machine starting
& operating in reference point, jog
& incremental modes, coordinate
system points, assignments
absolute & incremental co-
ordinate. Identification of machines
over travel limits & emergency
stop, machine parts, mode practice
(Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block,
MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC
m/c part program preparation
60 4
16. Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old
program. Circular interpolation,
assignment & simulation on old
program.
60 4
17. Work offset & tool offset
measurement & entry in CNC
control. Part program preparation
by absolute & incremental
programming. CNC m/c turning
with radius/Chamfer with TNRC
editing practice & simulation.
60 4
18. Linear & Circular interpolation
simulation & assignment Chuck
removal & mounting on CNC Lathe
Tool changes in CNC turning &
MPG Mode operation. Linear
interpolation & circular
interpolation. Manual Data
Input(MDI) mode operations & zero
offsets & tool offsets,
measurement on tool presenter
Automatic Mode Execution.
60 4
19. Part program preparation,
simulation & auto mode execution
60 4
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of CNC m/c exercises-stock
removal cycle OD drilling/boring
cycles stock removal cycle ID etc.
Review, assignment/practice/test
20. Geometry & wear offset correction
Part program preparation,
simulation & auto mode execution
of CNC m/c exercises-stock
removal cycle OD drilling/boring
cycles stock removal cycle ID etc.
Review, assignment/ practice/ test.
60 4
21. Threading cycle OD Sub program
with repetition,
60 4
22. FANUC CNC Control –Milling
Study of CNC machine, keyboard
& specifications, Machine starting
& operating in reference point, jog
& incremental modes, coordinate
system points, assignments
absolute & incremental co-
ordinate. Identification of machines
over travel limits & emergency
stop, machine parts, mode practice
(Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block,
MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC
m/c part program preparation
60 4
23. Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old
program. Circular interpolation,
assignment & simulation on
software on old program. Work
offset & tool offset measurement &
entry in CNC control. Part program
preparation by absolute &
incremental programming. CNC
m/c practical milling examples,
chamfering & end milling with CRC
etc. Editing practice & simulation.
Review, assignment, practice, test.
60 4
24. Linear & Circular interpolation
simulation & assignment milling
Tool changes in CNC milling with
ATC & Tool Magazine & MPG
60 4
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mode operation. Manual Data
Input (MDI) mode operations &
zero offsets & tool offsets,
measurement on tool preseter
Automatic Mode Execution. CNC
machine exercise end milling with
polar co-ordinates. Drilling-G81
etc.
25. Geometry & wear offset correction
Part program preparation,
simulation on CNC milling & auto
mode execution of CNC m/c
exercises. Chamfer & counter-sink
drilling. Deep hole drilling G83
Threading & tapping G84
60 4
26. Boring cycles G85-G89. 60 4
27. Preparation of part programme for
auto mode execution of CNC
machine exercises sub program.
Circular & rectangular pockets.
Drilling, Milling patterns etc.
60 4
28. CNC machining programming &
DNC operations introduction.
60 4
29. SIEMENS CNC Control - Milling
(Sinumeric 802D-M or latest) Study
of CNC machine, keyboard &
specifications, Machine starting &
operating in reference point, jog &
incremental modes, coordinate
system points, assignments
absolute & incremental co-
ordinate. Identification of machines
over travel limits & emergency
stop, machine parts, mode practice
(Jog, MDI, Edit, R.P. Auto, Single
Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
60 4
30. Linear interpolation & circular
interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old
program Milling. Work offset & tool
offset measurement & entry in
60 4
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CNC control. Part program
preparation by absolute &
incremental programming. CNC
m/c practical milling examples
chamfering & end milling with CRC
etc. Editing practice & simulation.
31. Linear & Circular interpolation
simulation & assignment milling
Tool changes in CNC milling with
ATC & Tool Magazine & MPG
mode operation. Manual Data
Input(MDI) mode operations & zero
offsets & tool offsets,
measurement on tool presenter
Automatic Mode Execution. CNC
machine exercise end milling with
polar co-ordinates. Drilling-Cycle
81 etc. Chamfer & counter-sink
drilling. Deep hole drilling Cycle 83
Threading & tapping Cycle 84,
Boring cycles 85-89
60 4
32. Geometry & wear offset correction
Part program preparation,
simulation on CNC milling & auto
mode execution of CNC m/c
exercises. Boring cycles G85-G89
Review, assignment/practice/test
60 4
33. Preparation of part programme for
CNC milling center. Simulation on
CNC mill computers. Auto mode
execution of CNC machine
exercises sub program Circular&
rectangular pockets. Drilling,
Milling patterns etc.
60 4
34. Row of holes (Drilling pattern
cycle) HOLES 1 Circle of poles
(Drilling pattern cycle) HOLES 2
60 4
35. Slot on circle practice
circumferential slot practice.
60 4
Total (Block-I) 2080
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Basic Training, internal
assessment and Examination
520
Sub Total (A) 2600
Optional components N/A (All components are compulsory)
Title of component and
identification code/NOSs/
Learning outcomes
Estimated size
(learning hours)
Level
Sub Total (B)
Total (A+B) 2600
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SECTION 1
ASSESSMENT
21 Body/Bodies which will carry out assessment:
National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT)
22 How will RPL assessment be managed and who will carry it out?
1. Only those candidates will be allowed to appear in the Test conducted by
NCVT as Private candidate who have already acquired the National
Trade Certificate.
2. Three (03) years experience of the candidates wishing to appear as
Private candidate after obtaining NTC should be in the same trade in
which he proposed to acquire the National Apprenticeship Certificate.
3. Private candidates possessing the minimum educational qualification
required for engagement as an apprentice in that particular trade and the
minimum experience as stated above would only be permitted.
4. Candidates are to be sponsored by an establishment and should not be
entertained directly.
5. Only, the experience acquired by the candidate in an establishment
implementing the Apprentices Act, 1961 should be considered and such
certificate should be issued by the Officer In-charge of Training of that
establishment.
Based on above Eligible candidates will appear in the AITT conducted by
NCVT.
23 Describe the overall assessment strategy and specific arrangements
which have been put in place to ensure that assessment is always valid,
reliable and fair and show that these are in line with the requirements of
the NSQF.
(1) Assessment process:
The assessment for the block-based qualification is carried out by conducting
formative assessments, and final examinations. The internal assessments for
theory subjects and practical are conducted by the concerned instructors for
evaluating the knowledge and skill acquired by trainees and the behavioural
transformation of the trainees. This internal assessment is primarily carried out
by collecting evidence of competence gained by the trainees by evaluating them
at work based on assessment criteria, asking questions and initiating formative
discussions to assess understanding and by evaluating records and reports,
and sessional marks are awarded to them. Theory is conducted in Trade theory,
Workshop Calculation & Science, Engineering Drawing and Employability Skills
along with practical examinations. The question papers for the theory
Examinations contain objective type questions. Trade practical examinations are
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conducted by the local board constituted as the defined rule. However, the
question papers for the Trade practical are prepared by NCVT.
The marking pattern and distribution of marks for the qualification are as per
NCVT approved structure issued from time to time.
(2) Minimum pass marks:
The minimum pass percentage for Practical is 60% & minimum pass
percentage for Theory subjects is 40%.
(3) Testing and certifications for the course:
 Online examination conducted for all theory papers.
A panel of expert paper setters, who are graduates in the concerned field with
minimum 5-7 years experience, is prepared for setting question papers for the
Trade. The panel is vetted by the Member Secretary, NCVT.
 Paper setters are appointed from the panel after the approval of the
competent authority for setting the question paper.
 The question papers are then moderated by the Board of Moderation to see
if the paper is set as per the requirement and syllabus.
 An Examination Board consisting of representatives of
industry/Employer/State Government are set up to supervise and monitor the
conduct of Examinations at every Centre.
 Theory and practical Examinations are carried out with invigilators/examiners
with the overall supervision of the Examination Board.
 Examiners called for evaluation of practical should have minimum technical
qualification of a Diploma in the respective engineering field. However, when
diploma holders not available, the qualification is suitably relaxed.
 Examiners for practical Examinations are appointed preferably from
Polytechnics/ Engineering colleges/ expert from establishment/ Government
Departments or from retired qualified personnel possessing requisite
qualifications and sufficient experience in the trade/discipline.
Testing centre located in ITI
Local board of examiners will be constituted in respect of every centre by the
State Director in-charge of Training/State Apprenticeship Adviser in consultation
with the State council for Vocational Training for conducting and evaluating the
Trade test on the spot. The local Board of examiners will consist of the
following:
 State Director in-charge of Training/State Apprenticeship Adviser
(Secretary, State council for Vocational Training) or his nominees (who
must be a duly qualified technical person) as Chairman.
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 Suitable Experts from various industries/Institutions depending on the
trades in which Test will be conducted at the Centre.
Testing centre located in the establishment coming under the purview of
State Governments
Local board of examiners will be constituted in respect of every centre by the
State Director in-charge of Training/State Apprenticeship Adviser in consultation
with the State council for Vocational Training for conducting and evaluating the
Trade test on the spot. The local Board of examiners will consist of the
following:
 State Director in-charge of Training/State Apprenticeship Adviser
(Secretary, State council for Vocational Training) or his nominees (who
must be a duly qualified technical person) as Chairman.
 Suitable Experts from various industries/Institutions depending on the
trades in which Test will be conducted at the Centre.
Testing centre located in the establishment coming under the purview of
Central Governments
Local board of examiners will be constituted in respect of every centre by the
Regional Directors (RDAT) in consultation for conducting and evaluating the
Trade test on the spot. The local Board of examiners will consist of the
following:
 Chairman appointed by the employer in whose establishment Trade
Testing Centre is located
 Suitable Experts from various industries/Institutions depending on the
trades in which Test will be conducted at the Centre.
 Flying squads from State Governments as well as the Central Government
are constituted to check malpractices during the conduct of Examinations.
 Evaluation of every practical examination is carried out by the concerned
examiner (from industry/ polytechnics) with the overall supervision of the
Examination Board in a free and fair manner as per the assessment criteria.
 The marks compiled by the Regional Directors/State Apprenticeship
Advisers as per NCVT guidelines and the results were declared by the State
Governments and RDATs
 The successful trainees are awarded National Apprenticeship Certificates.
Overall assessment strategy:
Assessment of the qualification evaluates trainees to show that they can
integrate knowledge, skills and values for carrying out relevant tasks as per the
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defined assessable outcomes and assessment criteria. The trainees may
choose the preferred language for assessment. The underlying principle of
assessment is fairness and transparency. While assessing the trainee, assessor
is directed to assess as per the defined assessment criteria against the
assessable outcomes. The evidence of the competence acquired by the
trainees can be obtained by conducting theory and practical examinations,
observing the trainees at work, asking questions and initiating formative
discussions to assess understanding and evaluating records and reports. The
ultimate objective of the assessment is to assess the candidates as per the
defined assessment criteria for the assessable/ learning outcomes.
Specific Arrangements for assessment:
• Assessment is outcome-based.
• There are formative and summative assessments in Theory and
Practical.
• Assessment is carried out in Trade theory, Trade Practical, Workshop
Calculation and Science, Engineering Drawing and Employability Skills.
 While Trade Theory and Trade Practical are used for assessing Trade-
related jobs, Workshop Calculation and Science is used to test trainee‟s
numerical skills, Drawing is used to test the ability of the trainee to draw
and read sketches and Employability skills is used to test the
communication and language skills of the trainee.
 In addition to demonstration of theory and practical knowledge, trainees
get a chance to present total personality.
Quality assurance activities:
• Question papers are set by external paper setters
• Evaluation of Theory Examinations is done online.
• Trade Practical is examined by External Examiner (as explained above).
Please attach most relevant and recent documents giving further information about
assessment and/or RPL.
Give the titles and other relevant details of the document(s) here. Include page
references showing where to find the relevant information.
ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE
Complete a grid for each component as listed in “Formal structure of the the
qualification” in the Summary.
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NOTE: this grid can be replaced by any part of the qualification documentation which
shows the same information – i.e. Learning Outcomes to be assessed, assessment
criteria and the means of assessment.
24. Assessment evidences
Title of Component:CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR
GENERIC LEARNING/ ASSESSABLE OUTCOME:
Outcomes to be
assessed/NOSs to be
assesed
Assessment criteria for the outcome
1. Recognize & comply safe
working practices, environment
regulation and housekeeping.
1. 1. Follow and maintain procedures to achieve a safe
working environment in line with occupational
health and safety regulations and requirements.
1. 2. Recognize and report all unsafe situations
according to site policy.
1. 3. Identify and take necessary precautions on fire
and safety hazards and report according to site
policy and procedures.
1. 4. Identify, handle and store / dispose off
dangerous/unsalvageable goods and substances
according to site policy and procedures following
safety regulations and requirements.
1. 5. Identify and observe site policies and procedures in
regard to illness or accident.
1. 6. Identify safety alarms accurately.
1. 7. Report supervisor/ Competent of authority in the
event of accident or sickness of any staff and record
accident details correctly according to site
accident/injury procedures.
1. 8. Identify and observe site evacuation procedures
according to site policy.
1. 9. Identify Personal Productive Equipment (PPE) and
use the same as per related working environment.
1. 10. Identify basic first aid and use them under different
circumstances.
1. 11. Identify different fire extinguisher and use the same
as per requirement.
1. 12. Identify environmental pollution & contribute to
avoidance of same.
1. 13. Take opportunities to use energy and materials in
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an environmentally friendly manner
1. 14. Avoid waste and dispose waste as per procedure
1. 15. Recognize different components of 5S and apply
the same in the working environment.
2. Understand, explain
different mathematical
calculation & science in the field
of study including basic
electrical and apply in day to
day work. [Different
mathematical calculation &
science – Units, Basic
Mathematics,
Percentage,Material Science,
Elasticity,Mass, Weight and
Density, Mensuration, Heat &
Temperature, Pressure &Basic
Electricity,]
2.1 Explain concept of basic science related to the field
such as Material science, Mass, weight, density
&Pressure.
2.2 Measure dimensions as per drawing
2.3 Use scale/ tapes to measure for fitting to
specification.
2.4 Comply given tolerance.
2.5 Prepare list of appropriate materials by interpreting
detail drawings and determine quantities of such
materials.
2.6 Ensure dimensional accuracy of assembly by using
different instruments/gauges.
2.7 Explain basic electricity, insulation &earthing.
3. Interpret specifications,
different engineering drawing
and apply for different
application in the field of work.
[Different engineering drawing -
Geometrical construction, ,
Layout, Method of
representation, Symbol, scales,
Different Projections]
3. 1.Read & interpret the information on drawings and
apply in executing practical work.
3.1 Read & analyse the specification to ascertain the
material requirement, tools, and machining /assembly
/maintenance parameters.
3.2 Encounter drawings with missing/unspecified key
information and make own calculations to fill in
missing dimension/parameters to carry out the work.
4. Select and ascertain
measuring instrument and
measure dimension of
components and record data.
4.1 Select appropriate measuring instruments such as
micrometers, verniercalipers, dial gauge, bevel
protector and height gauge (as per tool list).
4.2 Ascertain the functionality & correctness of the
instrument.
4.3 Measure dimension of the components & record data
to analyse the with given drawing/measurement.
5. Explain the concept in
productivity, quality tools, and
labour welfare legislation and
apply such in day to day work
5.1 Explain the concept of productivity and quality tools
and apply during execution of job.
5.2 Understand the basic concept of labour welfare
legislation and adhere to responsibilities and remain
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Specific Assessable Outcome:
to improve productivity &
quality.
sensitive towards such laws.
5.3 Knows benefits guaranteed under various acts
6. Explain energy conservation,
global warming and pollution
and contribute in day to day
work by optimally using
available resources.
6.1 Explain the concept of energy conservation, global
warming, pollution and utilize the available recourses
optimally & remain sensitive to avoid environment
pollution.
6.2 Dispose waste following standard procedure.
7. Explain personnel finance,
entrepreneurship and
manage/organize related task
in day to day work for personal
& societal growth.
7. 1.Explain personnel finance and entrepreneurship.
7. 2.Explain role of Various Schemes and Institutes for
self-employment i.e. DIC, SIDA, SISI, NSIC, SIDO,
Idea for financing/ non financing support agencies to
familiarizes with the Policies /Programmes &
procedure & the available scheme.
7. 3.Prepare Project report to become an entrepreneur for
submission to financial institutions.
8. Plan and organize the work
related to the occupation.
8. 1.Use documents, drawings and recognize hazards in
the work site.
8.1 Plan workplace/ assembly location with due
consideration to operational stipulation
8.2 Communicate effectively with others and plan project
tasks
8.3 Assign roles and responsibilities of the co-trainees for
execution of the task effectively and monitor the
same.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME
Block-I
Assessment Criteria i.e. the standard of performance, for each specific learning outcome
mentioned under block – I (section: 10) must ensure that the trainee achieves well
developed skill with clear choice of procedure in familiar context. Assessment criteria
should broadly cover the aspect of Planning (Identify, ascertain, estimate etc.); Execution
(perform, illustration, demonstration etc. by applying 1) a range of cognitive and practical
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skills required to accomplish tasks and solve problems by selecting and applying basic
methods, tools, materials and information 2) Knowledge of facts, principles, processes, and
general concepts, in a field of work or study 3)Desired Mathematical Skills and some skill of
collecting and organizing information, communication) and Checking/ Testing to ensure
functionality during the assessment of each outcome. The assessments parameters must
also ascertain that the candidate is responsible for own work and learning and some
responsibility for other’s work and learning.
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Means of assessment 1
Assessment will be evidence based comprising the following:
 Job carried out in labs/workshop
 Record book/ daily diary
 Answer sheet of assessment
 Viva-voce
 Progress chart
 Attendance and punctuality
 Assignment
 Project work
Means of assessment 2
Add boxes as required.
Pass/Fail
The minimum pass percentage is 40% for each Theory Examination and 60% marks for each
Trade practical Examination.
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SECTION 2
25. EVIDENCE OF LEVEL
OPTION A
Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
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Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
Process  Introduction of lathe. Its types etc.
 Introduction of Taper, its types, uses
calculations of tapers & its Measurement
by sine bar and slip gauges.
 Introduction of Milling machine, its types
& specification, driving and feed
mechanism of milling machine.
Classification & different types of milling
cutters & their uses.
 CNC technology- Difference between
CNC and conventional lathes.
Advantages and disadvantages of CNC
machines over conventional machines.
Schematic diagram of CNC system. Axes
convention. Working of parts explained
using multimedia CNC teachware. Parts
shown on machine.
The learner requires to familiar in work to make
job as per specification applying different types
of basic machining operation and check for
dimensional accuracy as indicated in the
learning outcomes to achieve the tolerance
levels and accuracy demanded as per the job.
The learner requires applying situation of clear
choice of procedures in familiar context as
indicated in the learning outcomes like,
“Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry
in CNC control. Part program preparation by
absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c
turning with radius/Chamfer with TNRC editing
practice & simulation”,
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Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
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Level
 Programming - Sequence, formats,
different codes, canned cycles. Absolute
and incremental programming system.
Tool nose radius compensation (G41/42).
Cutting tool materials, cutting tool
geometry - insert types, holder types,
insert cutting edge geometry, ISO
nomenclature for turning tools, boring
tools, inserts.
 Cutting parameters - cutting speed, feed
rate, depth of cut, constant surface
speed, limiting spindle speed. Process
planning, tool selection and cutting
parameters selection. Explained using
multimedia CNC teach ware and CNC
machine simulator.
 Program execution in different modes like
single block, manual and auto. Tool and
work offsets setting. Prepare various
programs as per drawing etc.
 Surface finish- Surface roughness related
BIS symbols etc.
“Part program preparation, simulation & auto
mode execution of CNC m/c exercises-stock
removal cycle OD drilling/boring cycles stock
removal cycle ID etc. Review,
assignment/practice/test”,
Hence NSQF Level is 4for this descriptor
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Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
 Identification of machines over travel
limits & emergency stop, machine parts,
mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto,
Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
 Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old program.
Circular interpolation, assignment &
simulation on old program. Work offset &
tool offset measurement & entry in CNC
control. Part program preparation by
absolute & incremental programming.
 Chuck removing & its assembly. Cutting
tool setting Work setting Program
editing & simulation
 Cycle 95-Stock removal cycle OD/ID
Drilling/boring cycles in CNC turning
 Grooving/Threading on OD/ID in CNC
turning Offset correction practice Size
control on CNC machine Sub program
with repetition
 CNC turning exercise: Multistate
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Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
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Level
threading Programming
 FANUC CNC Control – Turning Study of
CNC machine, keyboard & specifications,
Machine starting & operating in reference
point, jog & incremental modes,
coordinate system points, assignments
absolute & incremental co-ordinate.
Identification of machines over travel
limits & emergency stop, machine parts,
mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto,
Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
 Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old program.
Circular interpolation, assignment &
simulation on old program.
 Work offset & tool offset measurement &
entry in CNC control. Part program
preparation by absolute & incremental
programming. CNC m/c turning with
radius/Chamfer with TNRC editing
practice & simulation.
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Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
 Linear & Circular interpolation simulation
& assignment Chuck removal & mounting
on CNC Lathe Tool changes in CNC
turning & MPG Mode operation. Linear
interpolation & circular interpolation.
Manual Data Input(MDI) mode operations
& zero offsets & tool offsets,
measurement on tool presenter
Automatic Mode Execution.
 Part program preparation, simulation &
auto mode execution of CNC m/c
exercises-stock removal cycle OD
drilling/boring cycles stock removal cycle
ID etc. Review, assignment/practice/test
 Geometry & wear offset correction Part
program preparation, simulation & auto
mode execution of CNC m/c exercises-
stock removal cycle OD drilling/boring
cycles stock removal cycle ID etc.
Review, assignment/ practice/ test.
 Threading cycle OD Sub program with
repetition,
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NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
 FANUC CNC Control –Milling Study of
CNC machine, keyboard & specifications,
Machine starting & operating in reference
point, jog & incremental modes,
coordinate system points, assignments
absolute & incremental co-ordinate.
Identification of machines over travel
limits & emergency stop, machine parts,
mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto,
Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
 Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old program.
Circular interpolation, assignment &
simulation on software on old program.
Work offset & tool offset measurement &
entry in CNC control. Part program
preparation by absolute & incremental
programming. CNC m/c practical milling
examples, chamfering & end milling with
CRC etc. Editing practice & simulation.
Review, assignment, practice, test.
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Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
 Linear & Circular interpolation simulation
& assignment milling Tool changes in
CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine &
MPG mode operation. Manual Data Input
(MDI) mode operations & zero offsets &
tool offsets, measurement on tool
preseter Automatic Mode Execution.
CNC machine exercise end milling with
polar co-ordinates. Drilling-G81 etc.
 Geometry & wear offset correction Part
program preparation, simulation on CNC
milling & auto mode execution of CNC
m/c exercises. Chamfer & counter-sink
drilling. Deep hole drilling G83 Threading
& tapping G84
 Boring cycles G85-G89.
 Preparation of part programme for auto
mode execution of CNC machine
exercises sub program. Circular &
rectangular pockets. Drilling, Milling
patterns etc.
 CNC machining programming & DNC
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descriptors
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operations introduction.
 SIEMENS CNC Control - Milling
(Sinumeric 802D-M or latest) Study of
CNC machine, keyboard & specifications,
Machine starting & operating in reference
point, jog & incremental modes,
coordinate system points, assignments
absolute & incremental co-ordinate.
Identification of machines over travel
limits & emergency stop, machine parts,
mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, R.P. Auto,
Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
 Linear interpolation & circular
interpolation, assignments & simulations
on software on old program Milling. Work
offset & tool offset measurement & entry
in CNC control. Part program preparation
by absolute & incremental programming.
CNC m/c practical milling examples
chamfering & end milling with CRC etc.
Editing practice & simulation.
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Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
 Linear & Circular interpolation simulation
& assignment milling Tool changes in
CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine &
MPG mode operation. Manual Data
Input(MDI) mode operations & zero
offsets & tool offsets, measurement on
tool presenter Automatic Mode
Execution. CNC machine exercise end
milling with polar co-ordinates. Drilling-
Cycle 81 etc. Chamfer & counter-sink
drilling. Deep hole drilling Cycle 83
Threading & tapping Cycle 84, Boring
cycles 85-89
 Geometry & wear offset correction Part
program preparation, simulation on CNC
milling & auto mode execution of CNC
m/c exercises. Boring cycles G85-G89
Review, assignment/practice/test
 Preparation of part programme for CNC
milling center. Simulation on CNC mill
computers. Auto mode execution of CNC
machine exercises sub program
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Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
Circular& rectangular pockets. Drilling,
Milling patterns etc.
 Row of holes (Drilling pattern cycle)
HOLES 1 Circle of poles (Drilling
pattern cycle) HOLES 2
 Slot on circle practice
circumferential slot practice.
Professional
knowledge
Factual knowledge of field of knowledge or
study
1. CNC technology- Difference between
CNC and conventional lathes. Advantages
and disadvantages of CNC machines over
conventional machines. Schematic
diagram of CNC system. Axes convention.
Working of parts explained using
multimedia CNC teachware. Parts shown
on machine.
2. Programming - Sequence, formats,
different codes, canned cycles. Absolute
and incremental programming system.
Tool nose radius compensation (G41/42).
The learner requires to Factual knowledge about
CNC technology, Programming, Cutting
parameters , Surface finish, Linear interpolation,
Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in
CNC control. Part program preparation by
absolute & incremental programming. CNC
processes, operations and general concepts, in
a field of work or study.
Hence NSQF Level is 4for this descriptor
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Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
Cutting tool materials, cutting tool
geometry - insert types, holder types,
insert cutting edge geometry, ISO
nomenclature for turning tools, boring
tools, inserts.
3. Cutting parameters - cutting speed, feed
rate, depth of cut, constant surface speed,
limiting spindle speed. Process planning,
tool selection and cutting parameters
selection. Explained using multimedia
CNC teachware and CNC machine
simulator.
4. Program execution in different modes like
single block, manual and auto. Tool and
work offsets setting. Prepare various
programs as per drawing etc.
5. Surface finish- Surface roughness related
BIS symbols etc.
6. Identification of machines over travel limits
& emergency stop, machine parts, mode
practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single
Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC
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Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
m/c part program preparation
7. Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old program.
Circular interpolation, assignment &
simulation on old program. Work offset &
tool offset measurement & entry in CNC
control. Part program preparation by
absolute & incremental programming.
8. Chuck removing & its assembly. Cutting
tool setting Work setting Program editing
& simulation
Professional
skill
 Introduction of lathe. Its types etc.
 Introduction of Taper, its types, uses
calculations of tapers & its Measurement
by sine bar and slip gauges.
 Introduction of Milling machine, its types
& specification, driving and feed
mechanism of milling machine.
Classification & different types of milling
cutters & their uses.
 CNC technology- Difference between
CNC and conventional lathes.
The learner works in a repetitive and narrow
range with using appropriate rules and tools and
also maintains the quality of the work. These are
done by selecting and applying basic methods,
tools, materials and information as indicated in
the learning outcomes like.
“Program execution in different modes like single
block, manual and auto. Tool and work offsets
setting. Prepare various programs as per
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Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
Advantages and disadvantages of CNC
machines over conventional machines.
Schematic diagram of CNC system. Axes
convention. Working of parts explained
using multimedia CNC teachware. Parts
shown on machine.
 Programming - Sequence, formats,
different codes, canned cycles. Absolute
and incremental programming system.
Tool nose radius compensation (G41/42).
Cutting tool materials, cutting tool
geometry - insert types, holder types,
insert cutting edge geometry, ISO
nomenclature for turning tools, boring
tools, inserts.
 Cutting parameters - cutting speed, feed
rate, depth of cut, constant surface
speed, limiting spindle speed. Process
planning, tool selection and cutting
parameters selection. Explained using
multimedia CNC teach ware and CNC
machine simulator.
drawing etc.”
“Chuck removing & its assembly. Cutting tool
setting Work setting Program editing &
simulation”,
and
“Grooving/Threading on OD/ID in CNC turning
Offset correction practice Size control on CNC
machine Sub program with repetition”
Hence NSQF Level is 4for this descriptor
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Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
 Program execution in different modes like
single block, manual and auto. Tool and
work offsets setting. Prepare various
programs as per drawing etc.
 Surface finish- Surface roughness related
BIS symbols etc.
 Identification of machines over travel
limits & emergency stop, machine parts,
mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto,
Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
 Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old program.
Circular interpolation, assignment &
simulation on old program. Work offset &
tool offset measurement & entry in CNC
control. Part program preparation by
absolute & incremental programming.
 Chuck removing & its assembly. Cutting
tool setting Work setting Program
editing & simulation
 Cycle 95-Stock removal cycle OD/ID
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Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
Drilling/boring cycles in CNC turning
 Grooving/Threading on OD/ID in CNC
turning Offset correction practice Size
control on CNC machine Sub program
with repetition
 CNC turning exercise: Multistate
threading Programming
 FANUC CNC Control – Turning Study of
CNC machine, keyboard & specifications,
Machine starting & operating in reference
point, jog & incremental modes,
coordinate system points, assignments
absolute & incremental co-ordinate.
Identification of machines over travel
limits & emergency stop, machine parts,
mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto,
Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
 Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old program.
Circular interpolation, assignment &
simulation on old program.
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NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
 Work offset & tool offset measurement &
entry in CNC control. Part program
preparation by absolute & incremental
programming. CNC m/c turning with
radius/Chamfer with TNRC editing
practice & simulation.
 Linear & Circular interpolation simulation
& assignment Chuck removal & mounting
on CNC Lathe Tool changes in CNC
turning & MPG Mode operation. Linear
interpolation & circular interpolation.
Manual Data Input(MDI) mode operations
& zero offsets & tool offsets,
measurement on tool presenter
Automatic Mode Execution.
 Part program preparation, simulation &
auto mode execution of CNC m/c
exercises-stock removal cycle OD
drilling/boring cycles stock removal cycle
ID etc. Review, assignment/practice/test
 Geometry & wear offset correction Part
program preparation, simulation & auto
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Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
mode execution of CNC m/c exercises-
stock removal cycle OD drilling/boring
cycles stock removal cycle ID etc.
Review, assignment/ practice/ test.
 Threading cycle OD Sub program with
repetition,
 FANUC CNC Control –Milling Study of
CNC machine, keyboard & specifications,
Machine starting & operating in reference
point, jog & incremental modes,
coordinate system points, assignments
absolute & incremental co-ordinate.
Identification of machines over travel
limits & emergency stop, machine parts,
mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto,
Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
 Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old program.
Circular interpolation, assignment &
simulation on software on old program.
Work offset & tool offset measurement &
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Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
entry in CNC control. Part program
preparation by absolute & incremental
programming. CNC m/c practical milling
examples, chamfering & end milling with
CRC etc. Editing practice & simulation.
Review, assignment, practice, test.
 Linear & Circular interpolation simulation
& assignment milling Tool changes in
CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine &
MPG mode operation. Manual Data Input
(MDI) mode operations & zero offsets &
tool offsets, measurement on tool
preseter Automatic Mode Execution.
CNC machine exercise end milling with
polar co-ordinates. Drilling-G81 etc.
 Geometry & wear offset correction Part
program preparation, simulation on CNC
milling & auto mode execution of CNC
m/c exercises. Chamfer & counter-sink
drilling. Deep hole drilling G83 Threading
& tapping G84
 Boring cycles G85-G89.
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Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
 Preparation of part programme for auto
mode execution of CNC machine
exercises sub program. Circular &
rectangular pockets. Drilling, Milling
patterns etc.
 CNC machining programming & DNC
operations introduction.
 SIEMENS CNC Control - Milling
(Sinumeric 802D-M or latest) Study of
CNC machine, keyboard & specifications,
Machine starting & operating in reference
point, jog & incremental modes,
coordinate system points, assignments
absolute & incremental co-ordinate.
Identification of machines over travel
limits & emergency stop, machine parts,
mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, R.P. Auto,
Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
 Linear interpolation & circular
interpolation, assignments & simulations
on software on old program Milling. Work
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Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
offset & tool offset measurement & entry
in CNC control. Part program preparation
by absolute & incremental programming.
CNC m/c practical milling examples
chamfering & end milling with CRC etc.
Editing practice & simulation.
 Linear & Circular interpolation simulation
& assignment milling Tool changes in
CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine &
MPG mode operation. Manual Data
Input(MDI) mode operations & zero
offsets & tool offsets, measurement on
tool presenter Automatic Mode
Execution. CNC machine exercise end
milling with polar co-ordinates. Drilling-
Cycle 81 etc. Chamfer & counter-sink
drilling. Deep hole drilling Cycle 83
Threading & tapping Cycle 84, Boring
cycles 85-89
 Geometry & wear offset correction Part
program preparation, simulation on CNC
milling & auto mode execution of CNC
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Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
m/c exercises. Boring cycles G85-G89
Review, assignment/practice/test
 Preparation of part programme for CNC
milling center. Simulation on CNC mill
computers. Auto mode execution of CNC
machine exercises sub program
Circular& rectangular pockets. Drilling,
Milling patterns etc.
 Row of holes (Drilling pattern cycle)
HOLES 1 Circle of poles (Drilling
pattern cycle) HOLES 2
 Slot on circle practice
circumferential slot practice.
Core skill Language to communicate written or oral,
with required clarity, skill to basic
arithmetic and algebraic principles, basic
understanding of social political and
natural environment
 Understand and explain the concept in
productivity, quality tools, and labour
The learning outcomes for example „Measure
dimension of the components & record data‟ and
„Mark as per specification‟ display the learning
outcomes where the learner needs to display
desired mathematical skill; understanding of
social, political; and some skill of collecting and
organising information, communication.
4
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Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
welfare legislation and apply such in day to
day work to improve productivity & quality.
 Explain energy conservation, global
warming and pollution and contribute in
day to day work by optimally using
available resources.
 Explain personnel finance,
entrepreneurship and manage/organize
related task in day to day work for personal
& societal growth.
Hence NSQF Level is 4 for this descriptor
Responsibility  Introduction of lathe. Its types etc.
 Introduction of Taper, its types, uses
calculations of tapers & its Measurement
by sine bar and slip gauges.
 Introduction of Milling machine, its types
& specification, driving and feed
mechanism of milling machine.
Classification & different types of milling
cutters & their uses.
 CNC technology- Difference between
CNC and conventional lathes.
The role of CNC Programmer cum Operator is
independently responsible to perform the work
as per specifications followed by analysis of
what needs to be done based on their
understanding of various CNC Operations,
cutting tools, their effect on machining
processes, selection of best machining and
mechanical working processes, principles and
standards to achieve desired outcome. This is
indicated in all the learning outcomes.
4
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April 2018)
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Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
Advantages and disadvantages of CNC
machines over conventional machines.
Schematic diagram of CNC system. Axes
convention. Working of parts explained
using multimedia CNC teachware. Parts
shown on machine.
 Programming - Sequence, formats,
different codes, canned cycles. Absolute
and incremental programming system.
Tool nose radius compensation (G41/42).
Cutting tool materials, cutting tool
geometry - insert types, holder types,
insert cutting edge geometry, ISO
nomenclature for turning tools, boring
tools, inserts.
 Cutting parameters - cutting speed, feed
rate, depth of cut, constant surface
speed, limiting spindle speed. Process
planning, tool selection and cutting
parameters selection. Explained using
multimedia CNC teach ware and CNC
machine simulator.
Hence NSQF Level is 4 for this descriptor.
NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE
(Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th
April 2018)
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NSQC Approved 46
Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
 Program execution in different modes like
single block, manual and auto. Tool and
work offsets setting. Prepare various
programs as per drawing etc.
 Surface finish- Surface roughness related
BIS symbols etc.
 Identification of machines over travel
limits & emergency stop, machine parts,
mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto,
Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
 Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old program.
Circular interpolation, assignment &
simulation on old program. Work offset &
tool offset measurement & entry in CNC
control. Part program preparation by
absolute & incremental programming.
 Chuck removing & its assembly. Cutting
tool setting Work setting Program
editing & simulation
 Cycle 95-Stock removal cycle OD/ID
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(Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th
April 2018)
CNC Programmer cum Operator
NSQC Approved 47
Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
Drilling/boring cycles in CNC turning
 Grooving/Threading on OD/ID in CNC
turning Offset correction practice Size
control on CNC machine Sub program
with repetition
 CNC turning exercise: Multistate
threading Programming
 FANUC CNC Control – Turning Study of
CNC machine, keyboard & specifications,
Machine starting & operating in reference
point, jog & incremental modes,
coordinate system points, assignments
absolute & incremental co-ordinate.
Identification of machines over travel
limits & emergency stop, machine parts,
mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto,
Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
 Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old program.
Circular interpolation, assignment &
simulation on old program.
NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE
(Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th
April 2018)
CNC Programmer cum Operator
NSQC Approved 48
Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
 Work offset & tool offset measurement &
entry in CNC control. Part program
preparation by absolute & incremental
programming. CNC m/c turning with
radius/Chamfer with TNRC editing
practice & simulation.
 Linear & Circular interpolation simulation
& assignment Chuck removal & mounting
on CNC Lathe Tool changes in CNC
turning & MPG Mode operation. Linear
interpolation & circular interpolation.
Manual Data Input(MDI) mode operations
& zero offsets & tool offsets,
measurement on tool presenter
Automatic Mode Execution.
 Part program preparation, simulation &
auto mode execution of CNC m/c
exercises-stock removal cycle OD
drilling/boring cycles stock removal cycle
ID etc. Review, assignment/practice/test
 Geometry & wear offset correction Part
program preparation, simulation & auto
NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE
(Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th
April 2018)
CNC Programmer cum Operator
NSQC Approved 49
Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
mode execution of CNC m/c exercises-
stock removal cycle OD drilling/boring
cycles stock removal cycle ID etc.
Review, assignment/ practice/ test.
 Threading cycle OD Sub program with
repetition,
 FANUC CNC Control –Milling Study of
CNC machine, keyboard & specifications,
Machine starting & operating in reference
point, jog & incremental modes,
coordinate system points, assignments
absolute & incremental co-ordinate.
Identification of machines over travel
limits & emergency stop, machine parts,
mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto,
Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
 Linear interpolation, assignments &
simulations on software on old program.
Circular interpolation, assignment &
simulation on software on old program.
Work offset & tool offset measurement &
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(Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th
April 2018)
CNC Programmer cum Operator
NSQC Approved 50
Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
entry in CNC control. Part program
preparation by absolute & incremental
programming. CNC m/c practical milling
examples, chamfering & end milling with
CRC etc. Editing practice & simulation.
Review, assignment, practice, test.
 Linear & Circular interpolation simulation
& assignment milling Tool changes in
CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine &
MPG mode operation. Manual Data Input
(MDI) mode operations & zero offsets &
tool offsets, measurement on tool
preseter Automatic Mode Execution.
CNC machine exercise end milling with
polar co-ordinates. Drilling-G81 etc.
 Geometry & wear offset correction Part
program preparation, simulation on CNC
milling & auto mode execution of CNC
m/c exercises. Chamfer & counter-sink
drilling. Deep hole drilling G83 Threading
& tapping G84
 Boring cycles G85-G89.
NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE
(Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th
April 2018)
CNC Programmer cum Operator
NSQC Approved 51
Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
 Preparation of part programme for auto
mode execution of CNC machine
exercises sub program. Circular &
rectangular pockets. Drilling, Milling
patterns etc.
 CNC machining programming & DNC
operations introduction.
 SIEMENS CNC Control - Milling
(Sinumeric 802D-M or latest) Study of
CNC machine, keyboard & specifications,
Machine starting & operating in reference
point, jog & incremental modes,
coordinate system points, assignments
absolute & incremental co-ordinate.
Identification of machines over travel
limits & emergency stop, machine parts,
mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, R.P. Auto,
Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting
CNC m/c part program preparation
 Linear interpolation & circular
interpolation, assignments & simulations
on software on old program Milling. Work
NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE
(Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th
April 2018)
CNC Programmer cum Operator
NSQC Approved 52
Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
offset & tool offset measurement & entry
in CNC control. Part program preparation
by absolute & incremental programming.
CNC m/c practical milling examples
chamfering & end milling with CRC etc.
Editing practice & simulation.
 Linear & Circular interpolation simulation
& assignment milling Tool changes in
CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine &
MPG mode operation. Manual Data
Input(MDI) mode operations & zero
offsets & tool offsets, measurement on
tool presenter Automatic Mode
Execution. CNC machine exercise end
milling with polar co-ordinates. Drilling-
Cycle 81 etc. Chamfer & counter-sink
drilling. Deep hole drilling Cycle 83
Threading & tapping Cycle 84, Boring
cycles 85-89
 Geometry & wear offset correction Part
program preparation, simulation on CNC
milling & auto mode execution of CNC
NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE
(Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th
April 2018)
CNC Programmer cum Operator
NSQC Approved 53
Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4
NSQF
Domain
Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
m/c exercises. Boring cycles G85-G89
Review, assignment/practice/test
 Preparation of part programme for CNC
milling center. Simulation on CNC mill
computers. Auto mode execution of CNC
machine exercises sub program
Circular& rectangular pockets. Drilling,
Milling patterns etc.
 Row of holes (Drilling pattern cycle)
HOLES 1 Circle of poles (Drilling
pattern cycle) HOLES 2
 Slot on circle practice
circumferential slot practice.
NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE
(Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th
April 2018)
CNC Programmer cum Operator
NSQC Approved 54
OPTIONB
Title/Name of qualification/component: Enter the title here Level: Add level
number
NSQF
Domain
Key requirements of the job role How the job role relates to the NSQF level
descriptors
NSQF
Level
Process
Professional
knowledge
Professional
skill
Core skill
Responsibility
NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE
(Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th
April 2018)
CNC Programmer cum Operator
NSQC Approved 55
SECTION 3
EVIDENCE OF NEED
26 What evidence is there that the qualification is needed? What is the
estimated uptake of this qualification and what is the basis of this
estimate?
Basis
In case of
SSC
In case of other Awarding Bodies
(Institutes under Central Ministries
and states departments)
Need of the
qualification
The proposed qualification is running
in the system for last few decades and
passed out candidates are engaged in
various related industries.
Industry
Relevance
The job role defined for the
qualification is as per the National
Qualification of Occupation 2015
which is developed by Employment
Directorate under the ministry of
Labour and Employment in
collaboration with different industry
partners and as per ILO guidelines.
Moreover the training is imparted in
industry where such requirement is
available. This justifies the
qualification is very much relevance
for industry.
Usage of the
qualification
The Proposed qualification is running
in Apprentice system across the
country successfully over the period of
time.
Estimated uptake The present seating capacity is
approximately 93
27 Recommendation from the concerned Line Ministry of the
Government/Regulatory Body. To be supported by documentary
evidences.
This qualification is run by Ministry of Skill Development and
NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE
(Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th
April 2018)
CNC Programmer cum Operator
NSQC Approved 56
Entrepreneurship and different industries under the related line ministry
are also generally consulted before finalizing the curricula.
28 What steps were taken to ensure that the qualification(s) does (do)
not duplicate already existing or planned qualifications in the NSQF?
Give justification for presenting a duplicate qualification
The qualification is originally designed and approved by NCVT for the
Apprenticeship Training Scheme and is in existence for more than 50
years. NCVT has been entrusted with the responsibilities of prescribing
standards and curricula for Apprenticeship training, advising the
Government of India on the overall policy and programmes, conducting All
India Trade Tests and awarding National Apprenticeship Certificates.
29 What arrangements are in place to monitor and review the
qualification(s)? What data will be used and at what point will the
qualification(s) be revised or updated? Specify the review process
here
 Mentor Council (MC) for the Production and Manufacturing sector
was formed in 2014 to review the curriculum of this qualification
under the sector.
 CSTARI, the research wing of DGT, reviews and updates the
qualification, in consultation with industries and other stakeholders,
on a regular basis by conducting trade committee meetings.
 DGT will keep on doing continuous comparative study in the trade
by referring to relevant upcoming qualifications in the National
Qualifications Register (NQR) and relevant sectors.
Please attach most relevant and recent documents giving further information about
any of the topics above.
Give the titles and other relevant details of the document(s) here. Include page
references showing where to find the relevant information.
SECTION 4
EVIDENCE OF PROGRESSION
30 What steps have been taken in the design of this or other
qualifications to ensure that there is a clear path to other
qualifications in this sector?
Show the career map here to reflect the clear progression
 Qualifying trainee will obtain an NCVT Certificate in CNC
PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR trade which gives the following
NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE
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NSQC Approved 57
options of progression to the trainee:
Please attach most relevant and recent documents giving further information about
any of the topics above.
Give the titles and other relevant details of the document(s) here. Include page
references showing where to find the relevant information.

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CNC Programmer cum Operator.pdf

  • 1. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 1 CONTACT DETAILS OF THE BODY SUBMITTING THE QUALIFICATION FILE Directorate General of Training (DGT) Government of India, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, 1st and 2nd Floor, CIRTES Building Next to Pusa, Pusa Campus New Delhi - 110012 Name and address of submitting body: Directorate General of Training (DGT) Government of India, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, 1st and 2nd Floor, CIRTES Building Next to Pusa, Pusa Campus New Delhi - 110012 Name and contact details of individual dealing with the submission Name: Shri Deepankar Mallick Position in the organisation: Deputy Director General (C & P) Address if different from above: Tel number(s): 011-25847035 E-mail address: deepankar.mallick60@nic.in List of documents submitted in support of the Qualifications File 1. Competency-based curriculum (Annexure 1) Model Curriculum to be added which will include the following:  Indicative list of tools/equipment to conduct the training: Enclosed with curricula  Trainers qualification: Indicated in the curriculum  Lesson Plan: All NCVT curricula are designed indicating specific practical to be carried out during training along with details of trade theory. Based on this the concerned instructor prepares the Lesson Plan with support of IMPs developed by DGT.
  • 2. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 2  Distribution of training duration into theory/practical/OJT component: Indicated in the curriculum
  • 3. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 3  SUMMARY 1 Qualification Title „CNC Operator cum Programmer‟ 2 Qualification Code, if any N/A 3 NCO code and occupation 7223.6001,7223.6002,7223.6003,7223. 5002,7223. 5003,7223. 5004,7223. 5005 4 Nature and purpose of the qualification (Please specify whether qualification is short term or long term) National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) (long term qualification) 5 Body/bodies which will award the qualification National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) affiliates the ITIs as per time to time issued guidelines. 6 Body which will accredit providers to offer courses leading to the qualification National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) 7 Whether accreditation/affiliation norms are already in place or not , if applicable (if yes, attach a copy) Yes. The accreditation/ affiliation norms for all training providers are as per DGT guidelines issued from time to time with approval of NCVT. 8 Occupation(s) to which the qualification gives access CNC Operator cum Programmer has a wide scope of Employability ranging from self- employment to Industrial jobs. On successful completion of this course, the candidates shall be gainfully employed in the industries for following occupations:  CNC Setter cum Operator Turning  CNC Operator Turning  CNC Programmer  CNC Operator Machining Technician  CNC Operator Machinist  CNC Operator VMC  CNC Setter cum Operator VMC 9 Job description of the occupation Indicated in the curriculum 10 Licensing requirements N/A 11 Statutory and Regulatory requirement of the relevant sector (documentary evidence N/A
  • 4. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 4 to be provided) 12 Level of the qualification in the NSQF Level 4
  • 5. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 5 13 Anticipated volume of training/learning required to complete the qualification Sl. No. Course Element Total Notion al Trainin g Hours Basic Training 1 Professional Skill (Trade Practical) 360 2 Professional Knowledge (Trade Theory) 3 Workshop Calculation & Science 20 4 Engineering Drawing 30 5 Employability Skills 110 Total (including Internal Assessment) 520 On-Job Training:- Total 12 months: (12 Months) 2080 14 Indicative list of training tools required to deliver this qualification As per Annexure enclosed in the curriculum 15 Entry requirements and/or recommendations and minimum age Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent
  • 6. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 6 16 Progression from the qualification (Please show Professional and academic progression) 17 Arrangements for the Recognition of Prior learning (RPL) 1. Only those candidates will be allowed to appear in the Test conducted by NCVT as Private candidate who have already acquired the National Trade Certificate. 2. Three (03) years experience of the candidates wishing to appear as Private candidate after obtaining NTC should be in the same trade in which he proposed to acquire the National Apprenticeship Certificate. 3. Private candidates possessing the minimum educational qualification required for engagement as an apprentice in that particular trade and the minimum experience as stated above would only be permitted. 4. Candidates are to be sponsored by an establishment and should not be entertained directly. 5. Only, the experience acquired by the candidate in an establishment implementing the Apprentices Act, 1961 should be considered and such certificate should be issued by the Officer In-charge of Training of that establishment. 18 International comparability where known (research evidence to be provided) 1. Existence of any official document suggesting the comparability of the qualification with the qualifications in other countries is not known.
  • 7. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 7 2. However, NAC holder trainees are getting employment in many Gulf countries, European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore etc. 19 Date of planned review of the qualification. March 2023 20 Formal structure of the qualification Mandatory components Title of component and identification code/NOSs/Learning outcomes Estimated size (learning hours) Level Block-I 1. Introduction of lathe. Its types etc. 40 4 2. Introduction of Taper, its types, uses calculations of tapers & its Measurement by sine bar and slip gauges. 40 4 3. Introduction of Milling machine, its types & specification, driving and feed mechanism of milling machine. Classification & different types of milling cutters & their uses. 40 4 4. CNC technology- Difference between CNC and conventional lathes. Advantages and disadvantages of CNC machines over conventional machines. Schematic diagram of CNC system. Axes convention. Working of parts explained using multimedia CNC teachware. Parts shown on machine. 80 4 5. Programming - Sequence, formats, different codes, canned cycles. Absolute and incremental programming system. Tool nose radius compensation (G41/42). 80 4
  • 8. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 8 Cutting tool materials, cutting tool geometry - insert types, holder types, insert cutting edge geometry, ISO nomenclature for turning tools, boring tools, inserts. 6. Cutting parameters - cutting speed, feed rate, depth of cut, constant surface speed, limiting spindle speed. Process planning, tool selection and cutting parameters selection. Explained using multimedia CNC teach ware and CNC machine simulator. 80 4 7. Program execution in different modes like single block, manual and auto. Tool and work offsets setting. Prepare various programs as per drawing etc. 60 4 8. Surface finish- Surface roughness related BIS symbols etc. 60 4 9. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation 60 4 10. Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on old program. Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. 60 4 11. Chuck removing & its assembly. Cutting tool setting Work setting Program editing & simulation 60 4 12. Cycle 95-Stock removal cycle OD/ID Drilling/boring cycles in CNC turning 60 4 13. Grooving/Threading on OD/ID in CNC turning Offset correction 60 4
  • 9. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 9 practice Size control on CNC machine Sub program with repetition 14. CNC turning exercise: Multistate threading Programming 60 4 15. FANUC CNC Control – Turning Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications, Machine starting & operating in reference point, jog & incremental modes, coordinate system points, assignments absolute & incremental co- ordinate. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation 60 4 16. Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on old program. 60 4 17. Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c turning with radius/Chamfer with TNRC editing practice & simulation. 60 4 18. Linear & Circular interpolation simulation & assignment Chuck removal & mounting on CNC Lathe Tool changes in CNC turning & MPG Mode operation. Linear interpolation & circular interpolation. Manual Data Input(MDI) mode operations & zero offsets & tool offsets, measurement on tool presenter Automatic Mode Execution. 60 4 19. Part program preparation, simulation & auto mode execution 60 4
  • 10. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 10 of CNC m/c exercises-stock removal cycle OD drilling/boring cycles stock removal cycle ID etc. Review, assignment/practice/test 20. Geometry & wear offset correction Part program preparation, simulation & auto mode execution of CNC m/c exercises-stock removal cycle OD drilling/boring cycles stock removal cycle ID etc. Review, assignment/ practice/ test. 60 4 21. Threading cycle OD Sub program with repetition, 60 4 22. FANUC CNC Control –Milling Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications, Machine starting & operating in reference point, jog & incremental modes, coordinate system points, assignments absolute & incremental co- ordinate. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation 60 4 23. Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on software on old program. Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c practical milling examples, chamfering & end milling with CRC etc. Editing practice & simulation. Review, assignment, practice, test. 60 4 24. Linear & Circular interpolation simulation & assignment milling Tool changes in CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine & MPG 60 4
  • 11. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 11 mode operation. Manual Data Input (MDI) mode operations & zero offsets & tool offsets, measurement on tool preseter Automatic Mode Execution. CNC machine exercise end milling with polar co-ordinates. Drilling-G81 etc. 25. Geometry & wear offset correction Part program preparation, simulation on CNC milling & auto mode execution of CNC m/c exercises. Chamfer & counter-sink drilling. Deep hole drilling G83 Threading & tapping G84 60 4 26. Boring cycles G85-G89. 60 4 27. Preparation of part programme for auto mode execution of CNC machine exercises sub program. Circular & rectangular pockets. Drilling, Milling patterns etc. 60 4 28. CNC machining programming & DNC operations introduction. 60 4 29. SIEMENS CNC Control - Milling (Sinumeric 802D-M or latest) Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications, Machine starting & operating in reference point, jog & incremental modes, coordinate system points, assignments absolute & incremental co- ordinate. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, R.P. Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation 60 4 30. Linear interpolation & circular interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program Milling. Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in 60 4
  • 12. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 12 CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c practical milling examples chamfering & end milling with CRC etc. Editing practice & simulation. 31. Linear & Circular interpolation simulation & assignment milling Tool changes in CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine & MPG mode operation. Manual Data Input(MDI) mode operations & zero offsets & tool offsets, measurement on tool presenter Automatic Mode Execution. CNC machine exercise end milling with polar co-ordinates. Drilling-Cycle 81 etc. Chamfer & counter-sink drilling. Deep hole drilling Cycle 83 Threading & tapping Cycle 84, Boring cycles 85-89 60 4 32. Geometry & wear offset correction Part program preparation, simulation on CNC milling & auto mode execution of CNC m/c exercises. Boring cycles G85-G89 Review, assignment/practice/test 60 4 33. Preparation of part programme for CNC milling center. Simulation on CNC mill computers. Auto mode execution of CNC machine exercises sub program Circular& rectangular pockets. Drilling, Milling patterns etc. 60 4 34. Row of holes (Drilling pattern cycle) HOLES 1 Circle of poles (Drilling pattern cycle) HOLES 2 60 4 35. Slot on circle practice circumferential slot practice. 60 4 Total (Block-I) 2080
  • 13. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 13 Basic Training, internal assessment and Examination 520 Sub Total (A) 2600 Optional components N/A (All components are compulsory) Title of component and identification code/NOSs/ Learning outcomes Estimated size (learning hours) Level Sub Total (B) Total (A+B) 2600
  • 14. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 14 SECTION 1 ASSESSMENT 21 Body/Bodies which will carry out assessment: National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) 22 How will RPL assessment be managed and who will carry it out? 1. Only those candidates will be allowed to appear in the Test conducted by NCVT as Private candidate who have already acquired the National Trade Certificate. 2. Three (03) years experience of the candidates wishing to appear as Private candidate after obtaining NTC should be in the same trade in which he proposed to acquire the National Apprenticeship Certificate. 3. Private candidates possessing the minimum educational qualification required for engagement as an apprentice in that particular trade and the minimum experience as stated above would only be permitted. 4. Candidates are to be sponsored by an establishment and should not be entertained directly. 5. Only, the experience acquired by the candidate in an establishment implementing the Apprentices Act, 1961 should be considered and such certificate should be issued by the Officer In-charge of Training of that establishment. Based on above Eligible candidates will appear in the AITT conducted by NCVT. 23 Describe the overall assessment strategy and specific arrangements which have been put in place to ensure that assessment is always valid, reliable and fair and show that these are in line with the requirements of the NSQF. (1) Assessment process: The assessment for the block-based qualification is carried out by conducting formative assessments, and final examinations. The internal assessments for theory subjects and practical are conducted by the concerned instructors for evaluating the knowledge and skill acquired by trainees and the behavioural transformation of the trainees. This internal assessment is primarily carried out by collecting evidence of competence gained by the trainees by evaluating them at work based on assessment criteria, asking questions and initiating formative discussions to assess understanding and by evaluating records and reports, and sessional marks are awarded to them. Theory is conducted in Trade theory, Workshop Calculation & Science, Engineering Drawing and Employability Skills along with practical examinations. The question papers for the theory Examinations contain objective type questions. Trade practical examinations are
  • 15. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 15 conducted by the local board constituted as the defined rule. However, the question papers for the Trade practical are prepared by NCVT. The marking pattern and distribution of marks for the qualification are as per NCVT approved structure issued from time to time. (2) Minimum pass marks: The minimum pass percentage for Practical is 60% & minimum pass percentage for Theory subjects is 40%. (3) Testing and certifications for the course:  Online examination conducted for all theory papers. A panel of expert paper setters, who are graduates in the concerned field with minimum 5-7 years experience, is prepared for setting question papers for the Trade. The panel is vetted by the Member Secretary, NCVT.  Paper setters are appointed from the panel after the approval of the competent authority for setting the question paper.  The question papers are then moderated by the Board of Moderation to see if the paper is set as per the requirement and syllabus.  An Examination Board consisting of representatives of industry/Employer/State Government are set up to supervise and monitor the conduct of Examinations at every Centre.  Theory and practical Examinations are carried out with invigilators/examiners with the overall supervision of the Examination Board.  Examiners called for evaluation of practical should have minimum technical qualification of a Diploma in the respective engineering field. However, when diploma holders not available, the qualification is suitably relaxed.  Examiners for practical Examinations are appointed preferably from Polytechnics/ Engineering colleges/ expert from establishment/ Government Departments or from retired qualified personnel possessing requisite qualifications and sufficient experience in the trade/discipline. Testing centre located in ITI Local board of examiners will be constituted in respect of every centre by the State Director in-charge of Training/State Apprenticeship Adviser in consultation with the State council for Vocational Training for conducting and evaluating the Trade test on the spot. The local Board of examiners will consist of the following:  State Director in-charge of Training/State Apprenticeship Adviser (Secretary, State council for Vocational Training) or his nominees (who must be a duly qualified technical person) as Chairman.
  • 16. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 16  Suitable Experts from various industries/Institutions depending on the trades in which Test will be conducted at the Centre. Testing centre located in the establishment coming under the purview of State Governments Local board of examiners will be constituted in respect of every centre by the State Director in-charge of Training/State Apprenticeship Adviser in consultation with the State council for Vocational Training for conducting and evaluating the Trade test on the spot. The local Board of examiners will consist of the following:  State Director in-charge of Training/State Apprenticeship Adviser (Secretary, State council for Vocational Training) or his nominees (who must be a duly qualified technical person) as Chairman.  Suitable Experts from various industries/Institutions depending on the trades in which Test will be conducted at the Centre. Testing centre located in the establishment coming under the purview of Central Governments Local board of examiners will be constituted in respect of every centre by the Regional Directors (RDAT) in consultation for conducting and evaluating the Trade test on the spot. The local Board of examiners will consist of the following:  Chairman appointed by the employer in whose establishment Trade Testing Centre is located  Suitable Experts from various industries/Institutions depending on the trades in which Test will be conducted at the Centre.  Flying squads from State Governments as well as the Central Government are constituted to check malpractices during the conduct of Examinations.  Evaluation of every practical examination is carried out by the concerned examiner (from industry/ polytechnics) with the overall supervision of the Examination Board in a free and fair manner as per the assessment criteria.  The marks compiled by the Regional Directors/State Apprenticeship Advisers as per NCVT guidelines and the results were declared by the State Governments and RDATs  The successful trainees are awarded National Apprenticeship Certificates. Overall assessment strategy: Assessment of the qualification evaluates trainees to show that they can integrate knowledge, skills and values for carrying out relevant tasks as per the
  • 17. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 17 defined assessable outcomes and assessment criteria. The trainees may choose the preferred language for assessment. The underlying principle of assessment is fairness and transparency. While assessing the trainee, assessor is directed to assess as per the defined assessment criteria against the assessable outcomes. The evidence of the competence acquired by the trainees can be obtained by conducting theory and practical examinations, observing the trainees at work, asking questions and initiating formative discussions to assess understanding and evaluating records and reports. The ultimate objective of the assessment is to assess the candidates as per the defined assessment criteria for the assessable/ learning outcomes. Specific Arrangements for assessment: • Assessment is outcome-based. • There are formative and summative assessments in Theory and Practical. • Assessment is carried out in Trade theory, Trade Practical, Workshop Calculation and Science, Engineering Drawing and Employability Skills.  While Trade Theory and Trade Practical are used for assessing Trade- related jobs, Workshop Calculation and Science is used to test trainee‟s numerical skills, Drawing is used to test the ability of the trainee to draw and read sketches and Employability skills is used to test the communication and language skills of the trainee.  In addition to demonstration of theory and practical knowledge, trainees get a chance to present total personality. Quality assurance activities: • Question papers are set by external paper setters • Evaluation of Theory Examinations is done online. • Trade Practical is examined by External Examiner (as explained above). Please attach most relevant and recent documents giving further information about assessment and/or RPL. Give the titles and other relevant details of the document(s) here. Include page references showing where to find the relevant information. ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE Complete a grid for each component as listed in “Formal structure of the the qualification” in the Summary.
  • 18. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 18 NOTE: this grid can be replaced by any part of the qualification documentation which shows the same information – i.e. Learning Outcomes to be assessed, assessment criteria and the means of assessment. 24. Assessment evidences Title of Component:CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR GENERIC LEARNING/ ASSESSABLE OUTCOME: Outcomes to be assessed/NOSs to be assesed Assessment criteria for the outcome 1. Recognize & comply safe working practices, environment regulation and housekeeping. 1. 1. Follow and maintain procedures to achieve a safe working environment in line with occupational health and safety regulations and requirements. 1. 2. Recognize and report all unsafe situations according to site policy. 1. 3. Identify and take necessary precautions on fire and safety hazards and report according to site policy and procedures. 1. 4. Identify, handle and store / dispose off dangerous/unsalvageable goods and substances according to site policy and procedures following safety regulations and requirements. 1. 5. Identify and observe site policies and procedures in regard to illness or accident. 1. 6. Identify safety alarms accurately. 1. 7. Report supervisor/ Competent of authority in the event of accident or sickness of any staff and record accident details correctly according to site accident/injury procedures. 1. 8. Identify and observe site evacuation procedures according to site policy. 1. 9. Identify Personal Productive Equipment (PPE) and use the same as per related working environment. 1. 10. Identify basic first aid and use them under different circumstances. 1. 11. Identify different fire extinguisher and use the same as per requirement. 1. 12. Identify environmental pollution & contribute to avoidance of same. 1. 13. Take opportunities to use energy and materials in
  • 19. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 19 an environmentally friendly manner 1. 14. Avoid waste and dispose waste as per procedure 1. 15. Recognize different components of 5S and apply the same in the working environment. 2. Understand, explain different mathematical calculation & science in the field of study including basic electrical and apply in day to day work. [Different mathematical calculation & science – Units, Basic Mathematics, Percentage,Material Science, Elasticity,Mass, Weight and Density, Mensuration, Heat & Temperature, Pressure &Basic Electricity,] 2.1 Explain concept of basic science related to the field such as Material science, Mass, weight, density &Pressure. 2.2 Measure dimensions as per drawing 2.3 Use scale/ tapes to measure for fitting to specification. 2.4 Comply given tolerance. 2.5 Prepare list of appropriate materials by interpreting detail drawings and determine quantities of such materials. 2.6 Ensure dimensional accuracy of assembly by using different instruments/gauges. 2.7 Explain basic electricity, insulation &earthing. 3. Interpret specifications, different engineering drawing and apply for different application in the field of work. [Different engineering drawing - Geometrical construction, , Layout, Method of representation, Symbol, scales, Different Projections] 3. 1.Read & interpret the information on drawings and apply in executing practical work. 3.1 Read & analyse the specification to ascertain the material requirement, tools, and machining /assembly /maintenance parameters. 3.2 Encounter drawings with missing/unspecified key information and make own calculations to fill in missing dimension/parameters to carry out the work. 4. Select and ascertain measuring instrument and measure dimension of components and record data. 4.1 Select appropriate measuring instruments such as micrometers, verniercalipers, dial gauge, bevel protector and height gauge (as per tool list). 4.2 Ascertain the functionality & correctness of the instrument. 4.3 Measure dimension of the components & record data to analyse the with given drawing/measurement. 5. Explain the concept in productivity, quality tools, and labour welfare legislation and apply such in day to day work 5.1 Explain the concept of productivity and quality tools and apply during execution of job. 5.2 Understand the basic concept of labour welfare legislation and adhere to responsibilities and remain
  • 20. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 20 Specific Assessable Outcome: to improve productivity & quality. sensitive towards such laws. 5.3 Knows benefits guaranteed under various acts 6. Explain energy conservation, global warming and pollution and contribute in day to day work by optimally using available resources. 6.1 Explain the concept of energy conservation, global warming, pollution and utilize the available recourses optimally & remain sensitive to avoid environment pollution. 6.2 Dispose waste following standard procedure. 7. Explain personnel finance, entrepreneurship and manage/organize related task in day to day work for personal & societal growth. 7. 1.Explain personnel finance and entrepreneurship. 7. 2.Explain role of Various Schemes and Institutes for self-employment i.e. DIC, SIDA, SISI, NSIC, SIDO, Idea for financing/ non financing support agencies to familiarizes with the Policies /Programmes & procedure & the available scheme. 7. 3.Prepare Project report to become an entrepreneur for submission to financial institutions. 8. Plan and organize the work related to the occupation. 8. 1.Use documents, drawings and recognize hazards in the work site. 8.1 Plan workplace/ assembly location with due consideration to operational stipulation 8.2 Communicate effectively with others and plan project tasks 8.3 Assign roles and responsibilities of the co-trainees for execution of the task effectively and monitor the same. SPECIFIC OUTCOME Block-I Assessment Criteria i.e. the standard of performance, for each specific learning outcome mentioned under block – I (section: 10) must ensure that the trainee achieves well developed skill with clear choice of procedure in familiar context. Assessment criteria should broadly cover the aspect of Planning (Identify, ascertain, estimate etc.); Execution (perform, illustration, demonstration etc. by applying 1) a range of cognitive and practical
  • 21. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 21 skills required to accomplish tasks and solve problems by selecting and applying basic methods, tools, materials and information 2) Knowledge of facts, principles, processes, and general concepts, in a field of work or study 3)Desired Mathematical Skills and some skill of collecting and organizing information, communication) and Checking/ Testing to ensure functionality during the assessment of each outcome. The assessments parameters must also ascertain that the candidate is responsible for own work and learning and some responsibility for other’s work and learning.
  • 22. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 22 Means of assessment 1 Assessment will be evidence based comprising the following:  Job carried out in labs/workshop  Record book/ daily diary  Answer sheet of assessment  Viva-voce  Progress chart  Attendance and punctuality  Assignment  Project work Means of assessment 2 Add boxes as required. Pass/Fail The minimum pass percentage is 40% for each Theory Examination and 60% marks for each Trade practical Examination.
  • 23. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 23 SECTION 2 25. EVIDENCE OF LEVEL OPTION A Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level Process  Introduction of lathe. Its types etc.  Introduction of Taper, its types, uses calculations of tapers & its Measurement by sine bar and slip gauges.  Introduction of Milling machine, its types & specification, driving and feed mechanism of milling machine. Classification & different types of milling cutters & their uses.  CNC technology- Difference between CNC and conventional lathes. Advantages and disadvantages of CNC machines over conventional machines. Schematic diagram of CNC system. Axes convention. Working of parts explained using multimedia CNC teachware. Parts shown on machine. The learner requires to familiar in work to make job as per specification applying different types of basic machining operation and check for dimensional accuracy as indicated in the learning outcomes to achieve the tolerance levels and accuracy demanded as per the job. The learner requires applying situation of clear choice of procedures in familiar context as indicated in the learning outcomes like, “Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c turning with radius/Chamfer with TNRC editing practice & simulation”, 4
  • 24. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 24 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level  Programming - Sequence, formats, different codes, canned cycles. Absolute and incremental programming system. Tool nose radius compensation (G41/42). Cutting tool materials, cutting tool geometry - insert types, holder types, insert cutting edge geometry, ISO nomenclature for turning tools, boring tools, inserts.  Cutting parameters - cutting speed, feed rate, depth of cut, constant surface speed, limiting spindle speed. Process planning, tool selection and cutting parameters selection. Explained using multimedia CNC teach ware and CNC machine simulator.  Program execution in different modes like single block, manual and auto. Tool and work offsets setting. Prepare various programs as per drawing etc.  Surface finish- Surface roughness related BIS symbols etc. “Part program preparation, simulation & auto mode execution of CNC m/c exercises-stock removal cycle OD drilling/boring cycles stock removal cycle ID etc. Review, assignment/practice/test”, Hence NSQF Level is 4for this descriptor
  • 25. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 25 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level  Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation  Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on old program. Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming.  Chuck removing & its assembly. Cutting tool setting Work setting Program editing & simulation  Cycle 95-Stock removal cycle OD/ID Drilling/boring cycles in CNC turning  Grooving/Threading on OD/ID in CNC turning Offset correction practice Size control on CNC machine Sub program with repetition  CNC turning exercise: Multistate
  • 26. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 26 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level threading Programming  FANUC CNC Control – Turning Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications, Machine starting & operating in reference point, jog & incremental modes, coordinate system points, assignments absolute & incremental co-ordinate. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation  Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on old program.  Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c turning with radius/Chamfer with TNRC editing practice & simulation.
  • 27. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 27 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level  Linear & Circular interpolation simulation & assignment Chuck removal & mounting on CNC Lathe Tool changes in CNC turning & MPG Mode operation. Linear interpolation & circular interpolation. Manual Data Input(MDI) mode operations & zero offsets & tool offsets, measurement on tool presenter Automatic Mode Execution.  Part program preparation, simulation & auto mode execution of CNC m/c exercises-stock removal cycle OD drilling/boring cycles stock removal cycle ID etc. Review, assignment/practice/test  Geometry & wear offset correction Part program preparation, simulation & auto mode execution of CNC m/c exercises- stock removal cycle OD drilling/boring cycles stock removal cycle ID etc. Review, assignment/ practice/ test.  Threading cycle OD Sub program with repetition,
  • 28. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 28 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level  FANUC CNC Control –Milling Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications, Machine starting & operating in reference point, jog & incremental modes, coordinate system points, assignments absolute & incremental co-ordinate. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation  Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on software on old program. Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c practical milling examples, chamfering & end milling with CRC etc. Editing practice & simulation. Review, assignment, practice, test.
  • 29. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 29 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level  Linear & Circular interpolation simulation & assignment milling Tool changes in CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine & MPG mode operation. Manual Data Input (MDI) mode operations & zero offsets & tool offsets, measurement on tool preseter Automatic Mode Execution. CNC machine exercise end milling with polar co-ordinates. Drilling-G81 etc.  Geometry & wear offset correction Part program preparation, simulation on CNC milling & auto mode execution of CNC m/c exercises. Chamfer & counter-sink drilling. Deep hole drilling G83 Threading & tapping G84  Boring cycles G85-G89.  Preparation of part programme for auto mode execution of CNC machine exercises sub program. Circular & rectangular pockets. Drilling, Milling patterns etc.  CNC machining programming & DNC
  • 30. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 30 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level operations introduction.  SIEMENS CNC Control - Milling (Sinumeric 802D-M or latest) Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications, Machine starting & operating in reference point, jog & incremental modes, coordinate system points, assignments absolute & incremental co-ordinate. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, R.P. Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation  Linear interpolation & circular interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program Milling. Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c practical milling examples chamfering & end milling with CRC etc. Editing practice & simulation.
  • 31. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 31 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level  Linear & Circular interpolation simulation & assignment milling Tool changes in CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine & MPG mode operation. Manual Data Input(MDI) mode operations & zero offsets & tool offsets, measurement on tool presenter Automatic Mode Execution. CNC machine exercise end milling with polar co-ordinates. Drilling- Cycle 81 etc. Chamfer & counter-sink drilling. Deep hole drilling Cycle 83 Threading & tapping Cycle 84, Boring cycles 85-89  Geometry & wear offset correction Part program preparation, simulation on CNC milling & auto mode execution of CNC m/c exercises. Boring cycles G85-G89 Review, assignment/practice/test  Preparation of part programme for CNC milling center. Simulation on CNC mill computers. Auto mode execution of CNC machine exercises sub program
  • 32. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 32 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level Circular& rectangular pockets. Drilling, Milling patterns etc.  Row of holes (Drilling pattern cycle) HOLES 1 Circle of poles (Drilling pattern cycle) HOLES 2  Slot on circle practice circumferential slot practice. Professional knowledge Factual knowledge of field of knowledge or study 1. CNC technology- Difference between CNC and conventional lathes. Advantages and disadvantages of CNC machines over conventional machines. Schematic diagram of CNC system. Axes convention. Working of parts explained using multimedia CNC teachware. Parts shown on machine. 2. Programming - Sequence, formats, different codes, canned cycles. Absolute and incremental programming system. Tool nose radius compensation (G41/42). The learner requires to Factual knowledge about CNC technology, Programming, Cutting parameters , Surface finish, Linear interpolation, Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC processes, operations and general concepts, in a field of work or study. Hence NSQF Level is 4for this descriptor 4
  • 33. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 33 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level Cutting tool materials, cutting tool geometry - insert types, holder types, insert cutting edge geometry, ISO nomenclature for turning tools, boring tools, inserts. 3. Cutting parameters - cutting speed, feed rate, depth of cut, constant surface speed, limiting spindle speed. Process planning, tool selection and cutting parameters selection. Explained using multimedia CNC teachware and CNC machine simulator. 4. Program execution in different modes like single block, manual and auto. Tool and work offsets setting. Prepare various programs as per drawing etc. 5. Surface finish- Surface roughness related BIS symbols etc. 6. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC
  • 34. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 34 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level m/c part program preparation 7. Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on old program. Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. 8. Chuck removing & its assembly. Cutting tool setting Work setting Program editing & simulation Professional skill  Introduction of lathe. Its types etc.  Introduction of Taper, its types, uses calculations of tapers & its Measurement by sine bar and slip gauges.  Introduction of Milling machine, its types & specification, driving and feed mechanism of milling machine. Classification & different types of milling cutters & their uses.  CNC technology- Difference between CNC and conventional lathes. The learner works in a repetitive and narrow range with using appropriate rules and tools and also maintains the quality of the work. These are done by selecting and applying basic methods, tools, materials and information as indicated in the learning outcomes like. “Program execution in different modes like single block, manual and auto. Tool and work offsets setting. Prepare various programs as per 4
  • 35. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 35 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level Advantages and disadvantages of CNC machines over conventional machines. Schematic diagram of CNC system. Axes convention. Working of parts explained using multimedia CNC teachware. Parts shown on machine.  Programming - Sequence, formats, different codes, canned cycles. Absolute and incremental programming system. Tool nose radius compensation (G41/42). Cutting tool materials, cutting tool geometry - insert types, holder types, insert cutting edge geometry, ISO nomenclature for turning tools, boring tools, inserts.  Cutting parameters - cutting speed, feed rate, depth of cut, constant surface speed, limiting spindle speed. Process planning, tool selection and cutting parameters selection. Explained using multimedia CNC teach ware and CNC machine simulator. drawing etc.” “Chuck removing & its assembly. Cutting tool setting Work setting Program editing & simulation”, and “Grooving/Threading on OD/ID in CNC turning Offset correction practice Size control on CNC machine Sub program with repetition” Hence NSQF Level is 4for this descriptor
  • 36. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 36 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level  Program execution in different modes like single block, manual and auto. Tool and work offsets setting. Prepare various programs as per drawing etc.  Surface finish- Surface roughness related BIS symbols etc.  Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation  Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on old program. Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming.  Chuck removing & its assembly. Cutting tool setting Work setting Program editing & simulation  Cycle 95-Stock removal cycle OD/ID
  • 37. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 37 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level Drilling/boring cycles in CNC turning  Grooving/Threading on OD/ID in CNC turning Offset correction practice Size control on CNC machine Sub program with repetition  CNC turning exercise: Multistate threading Programming  FANUC CNC Control – Turning Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications, Machine starting & operating in reference point, jog & incremental modes, coordinate system points, assignments absolute & incremental co-ordinate. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation  Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on old program.
  • 38. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 38 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level  Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c turning with radius/Chamfer with TNRC editing practice & simulation.  Linear & Circular interpolation simulation & assignment Chuck removal & mounting on CNC Lathe Tool changes in CNC turning & MPG Mode operation. Linear interpolation & circular interpolation. Manual Data Input(MDI) mode operations & zero offsets & tool offsets, measurement on tool presenter Automatic Mode Execution.  Part program preparation, simulation & auto mode execution of CNC m/c exercises-stock removal cycle OD drilling/boring cycles stock removal cycle ID etc. Review, assignment/practice/test  Geometry & wear offset correction Part program preparation, simulation & auto
  • 39. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 39 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level mode execution of CNC m/c exercises- stock removal cycle OD drilling/boring cycles stock removal cycle ID etc. Review, assignment/ practice/ test.  Threading cycle OD Sub program with repetition,  FANUC CNC Control –Milling Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications, Machine starting & operating in reference point, jog & incremental modes, coordinate system points, assignments absolute & incremental co-ordinate. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation  Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on software on old program. Work offset & tool offset measurement &
  • 40. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 40 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c practical milling examples, chamfering & end milling with CRC etc. Editing practice & simulation. Review, assignment, practice, test.  Linear & Circular interpolation simulation & assignment milling Tool changes in CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine & MPG mode operation. Manual Data Input (MDI) mode operations & zero offsets & tool offsets, measurement on tool preseter Automatic Mode Execution. CNC machine exercise end milling with polar co-ordinates. Drilling-G81 etc.  Geometry & wear offset correction Part program preparation, simulation on CNC milling & auto mode execution of CNC m/c exercises. Chamfer & counter-sink drilling. Deep hole drilling G83 Threading & tapping G84  Boring cycles G85-G89.
  • 41. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 41 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level  Preparation of part programme for auto mode execution of CNC machine exercises sub program. Circular & rectangular pockets. Drilling, Milling patterns etc.  CNC machining programming & DNC operations introduction.  SIEMENS CNC Control - Milling (Sinumeric 802D-M or latest) Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications, Machine starting & operating in reference point, jog & incremental modes, coordinate system points, assignments absolute & incremental co-ordinate. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, R.P. Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation  Linear interpolation & circular interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program Milling. Work
  • 42. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 42 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c practical milling examples chamfering & end milling with CRC etc. Editing practice & simulation.  Linear & Circular interpolation simulation & assignment milling Tool changes in CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine & MPG mode operation. Manual Data Input(MDI) mode operations & zero offsets & tool offsets, measurement on tool presenter Automatic Mode Execution. CNC machine exercise end milling with polar co-ordinates. Drilling- Cycle 81 etc. Chamfer & counter-sink drilling. Deep hole drilling Cycle 83 Threading & tapping Cycle 84, Boring cycles 85-89  Geometry & wear offset correction Part program preparation, simulation on CNC milling & auto mode execution of CNC
  • 43. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 43 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level m/c exercises. Boring cycles G85-G89 Review, assignment/practice/test  Preparation of part programme for CNC milling center. Simulation on CNC mill computers. Auto mode execution of CNC machine exercises sub program Circular& rectangular pockets. Drilling, Milling patterns etc.  Row of holes (Drilling pattern cycle) HOLES 1 Circle of poles (Drilling pattern cycle) HOLES 2  Slot on circle practice circumferential slot practice. Core skill Language to communicate written or oral, with required clarity, skill to basic arithmetic and algebraic principles, basic understanding of social political and natural environment  Understand and explain the concept in productivity, quality tools, and labour The learning outcomes for example „Measure dimension of the components & record data‟ and „Mark as per specification‟ display the learning outcomes where the learner needs to display desired mathematical skill; understanding of social, political; and some skill of collecting and organising information, communication. 4
  • 44. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 44 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level welfare legislation and apply such in day to day work to improve productivity & quality.  Explain energy conservation, global warming and pollution and contribute in day to day work by optimally using available resources.  Explain personnel finance, entrepreneurship and manage/organize related task in day to day work for personal & societal growth. Hence NSQF Level is 4 for this descriptor Responsibility  Introduction of lathe. Its types etc.  Introduction of Taper, its types, uses calculations of tapers & its Measurement by sine bar and slip gauges.  Introduction of Milling machine, its types & specification, driving and feed mechanism of milling machine. Classification & different types of milling cutters & their uses.  CNC technology- Difference between CNC and conventional lathes. The role of CNC Programmer cum Operator is independently responsible to perform the work as per specifications followed by analysis of what needs to be done based on their understanding of various CNC Operations, cutting tools, their effect on machining processes, selection of best machining and mechanical working processes, principles and standards to achieve desired outcome. This is indicated in all the learning outcomes. 4
  • 45. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 45 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level Advantages and disadvantages of CNC machines over conventional machines. Schematic diagram of CNC system. Axes convention. Working of parts explained using multimedia CNC teachware. Parts shown on machine.  Programming - Sequence, formats, different codes, canned cycles. Absolute and incremental programming system. Tool nose radius compensation (G41/42). Cutting tool materials, cutting tool geometry - insert types, holder types, insert cutting edge geometry, ISO nomenclature for turning tools, boring tools, inserts.  Cutting parameters - cutting speed, feed rate, depth of cut, constant surface speed, limiting spindle speed. Process planning, tool selection and cutting parameters selection. Explained using multimedia CNC teach ware and CNC machine simulator. Hence NSQF Level is 4 for this descriptor.
  • 46. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 46 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level  Program execution in different modes like single block, manual and auto. Tool and work offsets setting. Prepare various programs as per drawing etc.  Surface finish- Surface roughness related BIS symbols etc.  Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation  Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on old program. Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming.  Chuck removing & its assembly. Cutting tool setting Work setting Program editing & simulation  Cycle 95-Stock removal cycle OD/ID
  • 47. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 47 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level Drilling/boring cycles in CNC turning  Grooving/Threading on OD/ID in CNC turning Offset correction practice Size control on CNC machine Sub program with repetition  CNC turning exercise: Multistate threading Programming  FANUC CNC Control – Turning Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications, Machine starting & operating in reference point, jog & incremental modes, coordinate system points, assignments absolute & incremental co-ordinate. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation  Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on old program.
  • 48. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 48 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level  Work offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c turning with radius/Chamfer with TNRC editing practice & simulation.  Linear & Circular interpolation simulation & assignment Chuck removal & mounting on CNC Lathe Tool changes in CNC turning & MPG Mode operation. Linear interpolation & circular interpolation. Manual Data Input(MDI) mode operations & zero offsets & tool offsets, measurement on tool presenter Automatic Mode Execution.  Part program preparation, simulation & auto mode execution of CNC m/c exercises-stock removal cycle OD drilling/boring cycles stock removal cycle ID etc. Review, assignment/practice/test  Geometry & wear offset correction Part program preparation, simulation & auto
  • 49. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 49 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level mode execution of CNC m/c exercises- stock removal cycle OD drilling/boring cycles stock removal cycle ID etc. Review, assignment/ practice/ test.  Threading cycle OD Sub program with repetition,  FANUC CNC Control –Milling Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications, Machine starting & operating in reference point, jog & incremental modes, coordinate system points, assignments absolute & incremental co-ordinate. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation  Linear interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program. Circular interpolation, assignment & simulation on software on old program. Work offset & tool offset measurement &
  • 50. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 50 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c practical milling examples, chamfering & end milling with CRC etc. Editing practice & simulation. Review, assignment, practice, test.  Linear & Circular interpolation simulation & assignment milling Tool changes in CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine & MPG mode operation. Manual Data Input (MDI) mode operations & zero offsets & tool offsets, measurement on tool preseter Automatic Mode Execution. CNC machine exercise end milling with polar co-ordinates. Drilling-G81 etc.  Geometry & wear offset correction Part program preparation, simulation on CNC milling & auto mode execution of CNC m/c exercises. Chamfer & counter-sink drilling. Deep hole drilling G83 Threading & tapping G84  Boring cycles G85-G89.
  • 51. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 51 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level  Preparation of part programme for auto mode execution of CNC machine exercises sub program. Circular & rectangular pockets. Drilling, Milling patterns etc.  CNC machining programming & DNC operations introduction.  SIEMENS CNC Control - Milling (Sinumeric 802D-M or latest) Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications, Machine starting & operating in reference point, jog & incremental modes, coordinate system points, assignments absolute & incremental co-ordinate. Identification of machines over travel limits & emergency stop, machine parts, mode practice (Jog, MDI, Edit, R.P. Auto, Single Block, MPG) Work & Tool setting CNC m/c part program preparation  Linear interpolation & circular interpolation, assignments & simulations on software on old program Milling. Work
  • 52. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 52 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level offset & tool offset measurement & entry in CNC control. Part program preparation by absolute & incremental programming. CNC m/c practical milling examples chamfering & end milling with CRC etc. Editing practice & simulation.  Linear & Circular interpolation simulation & assignment milling Tool changes in CNC milling with ATC & Tool Magazine & MPG mode operation. Manual Data Input(MDI) mode operations & zero offsets & tool offsets, measurement on tool presenter Automatic Mode Execution. CNC machine exercise end milling with polar co-ordinates. Drilling- Cycle 81 etc. Chamfer & counter-sink drilling. Deep hole drilling Cycle 83 Threading & tapping Cycle 84, Boring cycles 85-89  Geometry & wear offset correction Part program preparation, simulation on CNC milling & auto mode execution of CNC
  • 53. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 53 Title/Name of qualification/component: CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR Level: 4 NSQF Domain Outcomes of the Qualification/Component How the outcomes relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level m/c exercises. Boring cycles G85-G89 Review, assignment/practice/test  Preparation of part programme for CNC milling center. Simulation on CNC mill computers. Auto mode execution of CNC machine exercises sub program Circular& rectangular pockets. Drilling, Milling patterns etc.  Row of holes (Drilling pattern cycle) HOLES 1 Circle of poles (Drilling pattern cycle) HOLES 2  Slot on circle practice circumferential slot practice.
  • 54. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 54 OPTIONB Title/Name of qualification/component: Enter the title here Level: Add level number NSQF Domain Key requirements of the job role How the job role relates to the NSQF level descriptors NSQF Level Process Professional knowledge Professional skill Core skill Responsibility
  • 55. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 55 SECTION 3 EVIDENCE OF NEED 26 What evidence is there that the qualification is needed? What is the estimated uptake of this qualification and what is the basis of this estimate? Basis In case of SSC In case of other Awarding Bodies (Institutes under Central Ministries and states departments) Need of the qualification The proposed qualification is running in the system for last few decades and passed out candidates are engaged in various related industries. Industry Relevance The job role defined for the qualification is as per the National Qualification of Occupation 2015 which is developed by Employment Directorate under the ministry of Labour and Employment in collaboration with different industry partners and as per ILO guidelines. Moreover the training is imparted in industry where such requirement is available. This justifies the qualification is very much relevance for industry. Usage of the qualification The Proposed qualification is running in Apprentice system across the country successfully over the period of time. Estimated uptake The present seating capacity is approximately 93 27 Recommendation from the concerned Line Ministry of the Government/Regulatory Body. To be supported by documentary evidences. This qualification is run by Ministry of Skill Development and
  • 56. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 56 Entrepreneurship and different industries under the related line ministry are also generally consulted before finalizing the curricula. 28 What steps were taken to ensure that the qualification(s) does (do) not duplicate already existing or planned qualifications in the NSQF? Give justification for presenting a duplicate qualification The qualification is originally designed and approved by NCVT for the Apprenticeship Training Scheme and is in existence for more than 50 years. NCVT has been entrusted with the responsibilities of prescribing standards and curricula for Apprenticeship training, advising the Government of India on the overall policy and programmes, conducting All India Trade Tests and awarding National Apprenticeship Certificates. 29 What arrangements are in place to monitor and review the qualification(s)? What data will be used and at what point will the qualification(s) be revised or updated? Specify the review process here  Mentor Council (MC) for the Production and Manufacturing sector was formed in 2014 to review the curriculum of this qualification under the sector.  CSTARI, the research wing of DGT, reviews and updates the qualification, in consultation with industries and other stakeholders, on a regular basis by conducting trade committee meetings.  DGT will keep on doing continuous comparative study in the trade by referring to relevant upcoming qualifications in the National Qualifications Register (NQR) and relevant sectors. Please attach most relevant and recent documents giving further information about any of the topics above. Give the titles and other relevant details of the document(s) here. Include page references showing where to find the relevant information. SECTION 4 EVIDENCE OF PROGRESSION 30 What steps have been taken in the design of this or other qualifications to ensure that there is a clear path to other qualifications in this sector? Show the career map here to reflect the clear progression  Qualifying trainee will obtain an NCVT Certificate in CNC PROGRAMMER CUM OPERATOR trade which gives the following
  • 57. NSQF QUALIFICATION FILE (Approved in 20th NSQC dated 9th April 2018) CNC Programmer cum Operator NSQC Approved 57 options of progression to the trainee: Please attach most relevant and recent documents giving further information about any of the topics above. Give the titles and other relevant details of the document(s) here. Include page references showing where to find the relevant information.