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Curriculum for

Knitting Machine Operator


(Certificate Level - 6 months)
Code: VF51S004

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Contents
Overall objective of the course 3 Assessment 47
Competencies gained after completion for the course 3 Module 1: Operate Single Knit Machine 47
Knowledge proficiency detail 4 Module 2:Repair yarn related faults at single knit machine 51
Job Opportunities available immediately and in future 4 Module 3:Operate Circular Double Knit Machine 53
Entry Requirement 4 Module 4:Repair yarn related faults at Double Knit Machine 57
Minimum qualification of trainer 4 Module 5:Operate V-Bed Flat Knit Machine 59
Medium of instruction 5 Module 6:Repair yarn-related faults at V-Bed Flat Knit 63
Timeframe of assessment 5 Module 7:Check the faults in fabric 65
Curriculum for Knitting Machine Operator 6 Module 8:Develop professionalism 67
Module 1: Operate Single Knit Machine 13 Module 9: Observe occupational health and safety practices 68
Module 2:Repair yarn related faults at single knit machine 19 Module 10: Communicate with co-workers 69
Module 3:Operate Circular Double Knit Machine 21 Module 11: Work in a team 70
Module 4:Repair yarn related faults at Double Knit Machine 27 Module 12: Manage time 72
Module 5:Operate V-Bed Flat Knit Machine 29 List of Machinery/Equipment/Tools 73
Module 6:Repair yarn-related faults at V-Bed Flat Knit 35 List of Consumable Material 75
Module 7:Check the faults in fabric 37 Reference Material 76
Module 8:Develop professionalism 40
Module 9: Observe occupational health and safety practices 41
Module 10: Communicate with co-workers 42
Module 11: Work in a team 43
Module 12: Manage time 45

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Overall objective of the Course
The objectives of this course are to:

Acquire the operating skill and knowledge of Knitting Machine Operator for single knit, double knit and V-Bed flat machine,
repair and maintenance of minor faults and remedies.
Qualitative production of fabric.
Produce skilled manpower for Hosiery Industry in the field of Industrial Knitting Machine Operator.
Improve the Level of skill of workers in industry and increase the economic potential of the country.
Provide industry with workers whose scope with job knowledge and skills are identified.
Assist in human resources development by providing precise and assessed countrys skilled manpower quantitatively as well
as qualitatively.
Provide technical and vocational training basis which reflects the requirements of industry.

Competencies gained after completion of the course


At the end of the course, the trainee must be able to attain the following competencies.

1. Operate Single Knit Machine


2. Repair yarn-related faults at single knit machine
3. Operate Circular Double Knit Machine
4. Repair yarn-related faults at Circular Double Knit Machine
5. Operate V-Bed Flat Knit Machine
6. Repair yarn-related faults at V-Bed Flat Knit Machine
7. Checks the faults in fabric
8. Develop Professionalism
9. Observe Occupational Health and Safety Practices.
10. Communicate with Co-Workers.
11. Understanding of the work ethics.
12. Work in Team Effectively.

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Knowledge Proficiency Details
On successful completion of course, the trainees must have acquired the following knowledge & skills:

Market awareness
Quality Standards
Fabric knitting Structures
Concepts of time and motion study
Fabric structure graphs
Fabric order details
Concepts of Time and Motion Study

Job Opportunities available immediately and in future

After completion of the training, candidates can find the employment opportunities in the following disciplines.

Machine Operator
Sr. Operator
Supervisor
Assistant Knitting Master
Knitting Master

Entry Requirement

Intermediate

Minimum qualification of trainer

2- Years Certificate 3- Years Industrial cum training experience. 6 month Certificate in Industrial knitting machine operator Course.

OR

B.Sc. Textile Engineering 2- Year Industrial cum Training Experience

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Medium of Instruction

English/Urdu

Timeframe of assessment

Duration of Course Six Months


Total Hours 800 hrs
Per Week Hours 40 hrs
Per Day Hours 07 hrs (Friday 05 hrs)

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Overview about the program Curriculum for Knitting Machine Operator

Module Theory Workplace


Learning units Total Hours
Title & Aim Days/hours Days/hours
LU-1 Carry out minor maintenance, cleaning
etc

LU-2 Adjust parts of machine i.e. CAM &


GSM

LU-3 Yarns are creeled and ends joined

LU-4 Yarns are run through correct yarn-


Module 1: paths at operating tensions
Operate Single Knit
LU-5 Operate knitting Machines.
Machine
LU-6 Monitor production for faults, and
variations 20 140 160
Aim:
This module develops LU-7 Monitor machine for continuous
competency to operate functioning of all systems
single knit machine
LU-8 Remove production from machines

LU-9 Document production

LU-10 Lubricate machines

LU-11 Clean yarn paths, eyelets, knitting


heads

LU-12 Clean working environment

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LU-13 Overhaul machine
Module 2:
Repair yarn related
LU-1 Fix press-offs of fabric
faults at single knit
machine LU-2 Rethread Incorrectly-positioned yarns
10 45 55
This module develops LU-3 Join broken yarns or new ends
competency to repair yarn
related faults at single knit LU-4 Reset machine for restart
machine
LU-1 Carry out minor maintenance, cleaning
etc

LU-2 Adjust parts of machine

LU-3 Yarns are creeled and ends joined

Module 3: LU-4 Yarns are run through correct yarn-


paths at operating tensions
Operate Circular Double
Knit Machine LU-5 Operate knitting Machines.
20 140 160
LU-6 Monitor production for faults, and
Aim: variations
This module develops
LU-7 Monitor machine for continuous
competency
functioning of all systems

LU-8 Remove production from machines

LU-9 Document production

LU-10 Lubricate machines

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LU-11 Clean yarn paths, eyelets, knitting
heads

LU-12 Clean working environment

LU-13 Overhaul machine

Module 4:
Repair yarn related
faults at Circular LU-1 Fix press-offs of fabric
Double Knit Machine
LU-2 Rethread Incorrectly-positioned yarns
10 40 50
Aim:
LU-3 Join broken yarns or new ends
This module develops
competency to repair yarn LU-4 Reset machine for restart
related faults at double
knit machine
LU-1 Carry out minor maintenance, cleaning
etc

LU-2 Adjust parts of machine


Module 5:
Operate V-Bed Flat Knit LU-3 Yarns are creeled and ends joined
Machine
LU-4 Yarns are run through correct yarn-
paths at operating tensions
20 140 160
Aim: LU-5 Operate knitting Machines.
This module develops
competency to operate V- LU-6 Monitor production for faults, and
Bed flat knit machine. variations

LU-7 Monitor machine for continuous


functioning of all systems

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LU-8 Remove production from machines

LU-9 Document production

LU-10 Lubricate machines

LU-11 Clean yarn paths, eyelets, knitting


heads

LU-12 Clean working environment

LU-13 Overhaul machine

Module 6:
Repair yarn-related
faults at V-Bed Flat Knit LU-1 Fix press-offs of fabric
Machine
LU-2 Rethread Incorrectly-positioned yarns
10 40 50
Aim:
LU-3 Join broken yarns or new ends
This module develops
competency to repair yarn LU-4 Reset machine for restart
related faults at V-Bed flat
knit machine.
LU-1 Check Knitting hole
Module 7:
LU-2 Check yarn break
Check the faults in
fabric LU-3 Check Needle Break
5 45 50
Aim: LU-4 Check needle line because of needle
This module develops problem
competency to analyse
fabric structure faults. LU-5 Check Sinker Line

Lu-6 Check oil line

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LU-7 Check stains on fabric
Module 8:
Develop LU-1 Participate in Training
professionalism
LU-2 Interact with colleagues
Aim: 10 10 20
This module develops LU-3 Consult with experts
competency to work
professionally at
LU-4 Participate in skill test/ competition
workplace

Module 9: LU-1 Observe health, safety and security


Observe occupational related procedures
health and safety
practices LU-2 Follow workplace health safety and
security requirements
Aim: 15 10 25
LU-3 Follow planning , organizing and safe
This module develops work techniques Identify and evaluate
competency to observer potential hazards
and follow occupational
health and safety LU-4 Deal with hazardous or emergency
practices situations

Module 10:
Communicate with co- LU-1 Adopt effective Communication and
workers behaviour with co-workers
Aim:
LU-2 Interpret work related instructions 10 10 20
This module develops
correctly
competency to
communicate with co- LU-3 Produce reports and prepare work
workers effectively related documents in a proper for

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LU-1 Perform duties and responsibilities in a
positive manner to promote cooperation and
good relationship

LU-2 Seek assistance from co-workers


when difficulties arise and solve through
Module 11:
discussion
Work in a team
LU-3 Respect difference in personal beliefs
Aim: and values during all activities and 15 10 25
This module develops interactions
competency to work in a
team LU-4 Contribute to group work activities

LU-5 Share information related to group


members

LU-6 Provide support to achieve


organizational goals

Module 12: LU-1 Manage time to complete the assigned


work within the stipulated time frame
Manage time
LU-2 Manage work load as required by the
Aim: management
This module develops 15 10 25
competency to manage LU-3 Prioritize tasks in accordance with the
time effectively while importance of the tasks
working in an
LU-4 Meet the specified deadlines
organization.
LU-5 Handle the co-workers using effective

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time management

Total Hours 160 640 800

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Industrial knitting Machine Mechanic Curriculum Contents
Module 1 Title: Operate single knit machine
Objective of the Module: To get understanding of operating single knit machine.
Duration: 150 hours Theory: 10 hours Practice: 140 hours

Learning Learning Learning Duration Material Learning


Unit Outcome Elements (Hours) Required Place

Knowledge of
maintenance and
Understand the cleaning
minor/general cleaning requirement of
LU-1 and maintenance machine along Single knit machine
Carry out minor requirements of machine with needed Machine manual
12 Workshop/workplace
maintenance, with cloth, brush etc. equipments Needed tools
cleaning etc Cleaning material
Able to clean and maintain Ability for minor
the machine maintenance and
cleaning of
machine

Knowledge of
function of parts
Understand functions of
i.e. creel, IRO,
LU-2 parts i.e., CAM and GSM
needle, CAM,
Adjust parts of adjusters for required Single knit machine
thread feed wheel,
production. Machine manual
machine i.e. CAM sinker etc 12
Needed tools
Workshop/workplace
& GSM Able to adjust parts creel,
Ability to adjust
IRO, needle, CAM, thread
parts i.e. creel,
feed wheel, sinker etc
IRO, needle,
CAM, thread feed
wheel, sinker etc

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Knowledge of the
Understand the function
functions and
and placement of thread
placement of
LU-3 in creels and technique of Single knit machine
thread into creel
joining the thread ends Machine manual
Yarns are creeled by join the ends 12 Workshop/workplace
Needed tools
and ends join Able to place the yarn in Yarn
Ability to place
creel by joining the thread
yarns creel and
ends
ends are joined.

Understand the yarn paths Knowledge of


from bobbin to needles correct yarn path
through arrow head and from bobbin to
LU-4 other yarn paths with needle through
Yarns are run Single knit machine
correct tension arrow heads with
Machine manual
through correct correct tension 12
Needed tools
Workshop/workplace
yarn paths at Demonstrate correct yarn
Yarn
operating tensions paths by passing through Ability to feed
correct yarn paths from correct yarn from
bobbin to needle with with required
correct tension tension.

Knowledge of
machine on off
Understand the machine techniques by
on and off button by closing the
LU-5 checking that all security security doors. Single knit machine
doors are closed. Machine manual
Operate knitting 12 Workshop/workplace
Ability to operate Needed tools
Machines. Able to operate knit knitting machine
machine by closing the by closing all
security doors security doors

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Knowledge of the
reasons of
production faults
Understand the production
i.e. needle break,
faults i.e. needle break,
yarn break, sinker,
LU-6 thread break, sinkers,
feeder etc Single knit machine
feeders etc
Monitor Machine manual
12 Workshop/workplace
production for Ability to Needed tools
Demonstrate the
faults, and demonstrate Register
monitoring of production
variations monitoring of
for faults and record
production for
variation to match the
detection of faults
quality requirement
and variation and
their correction.

Knowledge of
importance of
machine
operations and
Understand the
make adjustments
LU-7 importance of machine
to t the required
Monitor machine operations and make Single knit machine
quality of fabric
adjustments as needed Machine manual
for continuous 12 Workshop/workplace
Needed tools
functioning of all Ability to
Able to monitor the
systems demonstrate the
machine operation for
monitoring of
quality oriented production
machine for
continues
functioning of all
systems

LU-8 Understand that how to


Single knit machine
stop machine and remove Knowledge of how
Remove Machine manual
the production from to stop machine to 12 Workshop/workplace
production from Needed tools
machine remove production
machines Rolls
of fabric in the

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Demonstrate to remove form of rolls.
the production from
machine Ability to
demonstrate
removal of
production from
machine as per
the requirement.

Knowledge of the
process of
Understand the
recoding of
importance of recording
production on
the information for smooth
manual register or
production outputs
in computer.
LU-9
Able to record information Single knit machine
Document Abi.ity to 12 Workshop/workplace
e.g. fabric weight , Record register
production operator name, machine
demonstrate
recording of
number, date , shift (A or
production
B), customer name, on
information i.e.
manual register as well as
fabric weight,
on computer
operator name,
machine number

Understand the lubrication Knowledge of


requirement of machine by lubrication
filling required quantity of technique of
oil in oil pipes of cylinder machine by filling
needles and sinkers. the oiler by using Single knit machine
LU-10 air hoses, cleaning Machine manual
12 Workshop/workplace
Lubricate machine Able to lubricate machine solution , rag etc Needed tools
by filling oiler by using air Machine oil
hoses, cleaning solution, Ability to
rags etc demonstrate the
machine
lubrication for
smooth running of

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machine by
checking oil
cylinder oil pipes,
sinkers oil pipes

Knowledge of
importance of
cleaning of
Understand the machine parts i.e.
importance and yarn path, eyelets,
techniques of cleaning of knitting heads etc
LU-11 yarn paths, eyelets, to get required Single knit machine
Clean yarn paths, knitting heads etc quality production. Machine manual
12 Workshop/workplace
eyelets, knitting Needed tools
heads Demonstrate cleaning of Ability to Cleaning material
machine parts i.e. yarn demonstrate the
path , eyelets, knitting cleaning of
heads etc machine parts i.e.
yarn paths,
eyelets, knitting
heads etc.

Knowledge of
requirement of the
clean work
Understand the environment
importance of cleaning of before and after
the work environment the production for
LU-12 before and after the qualitative Single knit machine
production production Machine manual
Clean working 12
Needed tools
Workshop/workplace
environment Demonstrate the cleaning Ability to Cleaning material
of work environment demonstrate the
before and after the cleaning of work
production environment to get
the required
quality of
production.

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Knowledge of the
techniques of
Understand the overhauling
techniques of overhauling process of
of machine after machine with the
production with required required Single knit machine
LU-13 tools and equipments. equipment Machine manual
12 Workshop/workplace
Overhaul machine Needed tools
Be able to understand the Ability to Cleaning material
Overhauling of the demonstrate the
machine for uninterrupted overhauling of
and smooth production machine with
needed tool and
equipments

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Module 2 Title: Repair yarn related faults at single knit machine
Objective of the Module: To understand yarn related faults during production at single knit machine.
Duration: 50 hours Theory: 5 hours Practice: 45 hours

Learning Learning Learning Duration Material Learning


Unit Outcome Elements (Hours) Required Place

Knowledge of
reason of press-
offs of fabric
Understand the reason of during the fabric
press-offs of fabric manufacturing
Single knit machine
LU-1 process
Thread
Fix press-offs of Able to fix press-off offs of 13
Needed tools
Workshop/workplace
fabric fabric by running the Ability to fix the
thread into the missing press-offs of fabric
needles by checking and
rethreading the
thread into the
needles

Knowledge of the
correct path of
yarn from thread
Understand the path of
cone to needle.
LU-2 yarn starting from creel
Single knit machine
through arrow to needle.
Rethread Ability to yarn
13 Workshop/workplace
Incorrectly- demonstrate Needed tools
Able to rethread
positioned yarns rethreading of the
incorrectly positioned
incorrectly
yarns from cone to needle
positioned yarn by
identifying the
problem and then
its correction

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Understand the reason of Knowledge of the
broken yarn and joining of reasons of reason
running yarn or new yarn of broken yarn.
LU-3 Single knit machine
ends for production.
yarn
Join broken yarns Ability to 13 Workshop/workplace
Needed tools
or new ends Able to join the broken demonstrate
yarn as well as the news joining of the yarn
ends of yarn for continues broken as well as
production new yarn

Knowledge of the
importance of
Understanding the
resetting of
importance of resetting of
machine for new Single knit machine
LU-4 machine for new orders
orders. Yarn
Reset machine for Able to understand the
13 Needed tools Workshop/workplace
restart Ability to Cleaning material
resetting of machine for
demonstrate the
production process of new
resetting of
orders
machine for new
orders.

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Module 3 Title: Operate Circular Double Knit Machine
Objective of the Module: To learn how to operate circular double knit machine
Duration: 150 hours Theory: 10 hours Practice: 140 hours

Learning Learning Learning Duration Material Learning


Unit Outcome Elements (Hours) Required Place

Knowledge of
maintenance and
cleaning
Understand the requirement of Circular Double Knit
minor/general cleaning machine along Machine
LU-1 and maintenance with needed
Carry out minor requirements of machine equipments Machine manual
12 Workshop/workplace
maintenance, with cloth, brush etc.
cleaning etc Ability to Needed tools
Able to clean and maintain demonstrate minor
the machine maintenance and Cleaning material
cleaning of
machine

Knowledge parts
functions i.e. creel,
Understand functions of
IRO, needle, Circular Double Knit
parts i.e., CAM and GSM
CAM, thread feed Machine
LU-2 adjusters for required
wheel, sinker etc
production.
Adjust parts of 12 Machine manual Workshop/workplace
machine Ability to
Able to adjust parts creel,
demonstrate Needed tools
IRO, needle, CAM, thread
adjustment of
feed wheel, sinker etc
parts i.e. creel,
IRO, needle,
CAM, thread feed

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wheel, sinker etc

Knowledge of the
functions and
Understand the function placement of
Circular Double Knit
and placement of thread thread into creel
Machine
LU-3 in creels and technique of by join the ends
joining the thread ends
Yarns are creeled 12 Machine manual Workshop/workplace
Ability to
and ends join Able to place the yarn in demonstrate that
Needed tools
creel by joining the thread yarns are creeled
ends and ends are
Yarn
joined.

Knowledge of
Understand the yarn paths
correct yarn path
from bobbin to needles
from bobbin to Circular Double Knit
through arrow head and
LU-4 needle through Machine
other yarn paths with
Yarns are run arrow heads with
correct tension
correct tension Machine manual
through correct 12 Workshop/workplace
yarn paths at Demonstrate correct yarn
Ability to Needed tools
operating tensions paths by passing through
demonstrate
correct yarn paths from
feeding of correct Yarn
bobbin to needle with
yarn from with
correct tension
required tension.

Understand the machine


Knowledge of
on and off button by
machine on off Single knit machine
LU-5 checking that all security
techniques by Machine manual
doors are closed.
Operate knitting closing the 12 Workshop/workplace
Machines. security doors. Needed tools
Able to operate knit
machine by closing the
Operate knitting
security doors
machine by

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closing all security
doors

Knowledge of
reasons of
Understand the production production faults
faults i.e. needle break, i.e. needle break, Circular Double Knit
LU-6 thread break, sinkers, yarn break, sinker, Machine
Monitor feeders etc feeder etc
Machine manual
production for 12 Workshop/workplace
Demonstrate the Ability to
faults, and monitoring of production demonstrate Needed tools
variations for faults and record monitor of
variation to match the production for Register
quality requirement detection of faults
and variation and
their correction.

Knowledge of
importance of
machine
operations and
Understand the
make adjustments Circular Double Knit
LU-7 importance of machine
to t the required Machine
Monitor machine operations and make
quality of fabric
adjustments as needed
for continuous 12 Machine manual Workshop/workplace
functioning of all Ability to
Able to monitor the
systems demonstrate the Needed tools
machine operation for
monitoring of
quality oriented production
machine for
continues
functioning of all
systems

LU-8 Understand that how to Circular Double Knit


stop machine and remove Knowledge of how Machine
Remove the production from
12 Workshop/workplace
to stop machine to
production from machine remove production Machine manual

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machines of fabric in the
Demonstrate to remove form of rolls. Needed tools
the production from
machine Ability to Rolls
demonstrate
removal of
production from
machine as per
the requirement.

Knowledge of
process of
Understand the
recoding of
importance of recording
production on
the information for smooth
manual register or
production outputs
in computer.
LU-9 Circular Double Knit
Able to record information Machine
Document Ability to 12 Workshop/workplace
e.g. fabric weight ,
production operator name, machine
demonstrate
Record register
recording of
number, date , shift (A or
production
B), customer name, on
information i.e.
manual register as well as
fabric weight,
on computer
operator name,
machine number

Understand the lubrication


Knowledge of
requirement of machine by
lubrication
filling required quantity of Circular Double Knit
technique of
oil in oil pipes of cylinder Machine
machine by filling
needles and sinkers.
the oiler by using
LU-10 Machine manual
air hoses, cleaning 12 Workshop/workplace
Lubricate machine Able to lubricate machine
solution , rag etc
by filling oiler by using air Needed tools
hoses, cleaning solution,
Ability to
rags etc Machine oil
demonstrate the
machine
lubrication for

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smooth running of
machine by
checking oil
cylinder, oil pipes,
sinker oil pipes
etc.

Knowledge of
importance of
cleaning of
Understand the machine parts i.e.
importance and yarn path, eyelets, Circular Double Knit
techniques of cleaning of knitting heads etc Machine
LU-11 yarn paths, eyelets, to get required
Clean yarn paths, knitting heads etc quality production. Machine manual
12 Workshop/workplace
eyelets, knitting
heads Demonstrate cleaning of Ability to Needed tools
machine parts i.e. yarn demonstrate the
path , eyelets, knitting cleaning of Cleaning material
heads etc machine parts i.e.
yarn paths,
eyelets, knitting
heads etc.

Knowledge of
importance and
Understand the
requirement of the
importance of cleaning of Circular Double Knit
clean work
the work environment Machine
environment
LU-12 before and after the
before and after
production Machine manual
Clean working the production for 12 Workshop/workplace
environment qualitative
Demonstrate the cleaning Needed tools
production
of work environment
before and after the Cleaning material
Ability to
production
demonstrate the
cleaning of work
environment to get

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the required
quality of
production.

Knowledge of
techniques of
Understand the overhauling
techniques of overhauling process of Circular Double Knit
of machine after machine with the Machine
production with required required
LU-13 tools and equipments. equipment Machine manual
12 Workshop/workplace
Overhaul machine
Be able to understand the Ability to Needed tools
Overhauling of the demonstrate the
machine for uninterrupted overhauling of Cleaning material
and smooth production machine with
needed tool and
equipments

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Module 4 Title: Repair yarn related faults at Circular Double Knit Machine
Objective of the Module: To get the knowledge of repairing yarn related faults at circular double knit machine
Duration: 50 hours Theory: 5 hours Practice: 45 hours

Learning Learning Learning Duration Material Learning


Unit Outcome Elements (Hours) Required Place

Knowledge of
reason of press-
offs of fabric
during the fabric
Understand the reason of Circular Double Knit
manufacturing
press-offs of fabric Machine
LU-1 process
Fix press-offs of Able to fix press-off offs of 13 Thread Workshop/workplace
fabric by running the Ability to
fabric demonstrate to fix
thread into the missing Needed tools
the press-offs of
needles
fabric by checking
and rethreading
the thread into the
needles

Knowledge of the
correct path of
yarn from thread
Understand the path of Circular Double Knit
cone to needle.
LU-2 yarn starting from creel Machine
through IRO to needle.
Rethread Ability to
13 yarn Workshop/workplace
Incorrectly- Able to rethread
demonstrate
positioned yarns rethreading of the
incorrectly positioned Needed tools
incorrectly
yarns from cone to needle
positioned yarn by
identifying the
problem and then
its correction

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Understand the reason of Knowledge of
broken yarn and joining of reason of broken
Circular Double Knit
running yarn or new yarn yarn.
LU-3 Machine
ends for production.
Join broken yarns Ability to 13
yarn
Workshop/workplace
or new ends Able to join the broken demonstrate
Needed tools
yarn as well as the new joining of the yarn
ends of yarn for continues broken as well as
production new

Knowledge of
importance of Circular Double Knit
Understanding the
resetting of Machine
importance of resetting of
machine for new
LU-4 machine for new orders
orders. Yarn
Reset machine for 13 Workshop/workplace
Able to understand the
restart Ability to Needed tools
resetting of machine for
demonstrate the
production process of new
resetting of Cleaning material
orders
machine for new
orders.

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Module 5 Title: Operate V-Bed Flat Knit machine
Objective of the Module: To get knowledge of operating V-Bed Flat Knit machine
Duration: 150 hours Theory: 10 hours Practice: 140 hours

Learning Learning Learning Duration Material Learning


Unit Outcome Elements (Hours) Required Place

Knowledge of
maintenance and
cleaning
Understand the requirement of V-Bed Flat Knit
minor/general cleaning machine along machine
LU-1 and maintenance with needed
Carry out minor requirements of machine equipments Machine manual
12 Workshop/workplace
maintenance, with cloth, brush etc.
cleaning etc Ability to Needed tools
Able to clean and maintain demonstrate
the machine minor Cleaning material
maintenance and
cleaning of
machine

Knowledge of
function of parts
Understand functions of
i.e. creel, IRO, V-Bed Flat Knit
parts i.e., CAM and GSM
needle, CAM, machine
LU-2 adjusters for required
thread feed wheel,
production.
Adjust parts of sinker etc 12 Machine manual Workshop/workplace
machine Able to adjust parts creel,
Ability to Needed tools
IRO, needle, CAM, thread
Demonstrate
feed wheel, etc
adjustment of
parts i.e. creel,
arrow, needle,

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CAM, thread feed
wheel, sinker etc

Knowledge of
functions and
Understand the function V-Bed Flat Knit
placement of
and placement of thread machine
thread into creel
LU-3 in creels and technique of
by join the ends
joining the thread ends Machine manual
Yarns are creeled 12 Workshop/workplace
and ends join Ability to
Able to place the yarn in Needed tools
demonstrate that
creel by joining the thread
yarns are creeled
ends Yarn
and ends are
joined.

Knowledge of
Understand the yarn paths
correct yarn path
from bobbin to needles
from bobbin to V-Bed Flat Knit
through arrow head and
LU-4 needle through machine
other yarn paths with
Yarns are run arrow heads with
correct tension
correct tension Machine manual
through correct 12 Workshop/workplace
yarn paths at Demonstrate correct yarn
Ability to Needed tools
operating tensions paths by passing through
demonstrate
correct yarn paths from
feeding of correct Yarn
bobbin to needle with
yarn from with
correct tension
required tension.

Understand the machine


Knowledge of the V-Bed Flat Knit
on and off button by
machine on off machine
LU-5 checking that all security
techniques by
covers are closed.
Operate knitting closing the 12 Machine manual Workshop/workplace
Machines. security covers.
Able to operate knit
Needed tools
machine by closing the
Ability to Operate
security covers.
knitting machine

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by closing all
security covers.

Knowledge of
reasons of
Understand the production production faults
faults i.e. needle break, i.e. needle break, V-Bed Flat Knit
thread break, sinkers, yarn break, machine
LU-6 feeders etc feeder etc
Monitor production Machine manual
12 Workshop/workplace
for faults, and Demonstrate the Ability to
variations monitoring of production Demonstrate Needed tools
for faults and record monitor of
variation to match the production for Register
quality requirement detection of faults
and variation and
their correction.

Knowledge of
importance of
machine
operations and
Understand the
make adjustments
LU-7 importance of machine V-Bed Flat Knit
to t the required
Monitor machine operations and make machine
quality of fabric
adjustments as needed
for continuous 12
Machine manual
Workshop/workplace
functioning of all Ability to
Able to monitor the
systems Demonstrate the
machine operation for Needed tools
monitoring of
quality oriented production
machine for
continues
functioning of all
systems

V-Bed Flat Knit


Knowledge of 12 machine Workshop/workplace
how to stop

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Understand that how to machine to Machine manual
LU-8 stop machine and remove remove production
Remove the production from of fabric. Needed tools
production from machine
machines Ability to Rolls
Demonstrate to remove demonstrate
the production from removal of
machine production from
machine as per
the requirement.

Knowledge of the
process of
Understand the
recoding of
importance of recording
production on
the information for smooth
manual register or
production outputs
in computer.
LU-9 V-Bed Flat Knit
Able to record information machine
Document Ability to 12 Workshop/workplace
e.g. fabric weight ,
production operator name, machine
Demonstrate
Record register
recording of
number, date , shift (A or
production
B), customer name, on
information i.e.
manual register as well as
fabric weight,
on computer
operator name,
machine number

Understand the lubrication


requirement of machine Knowledge of
by filling required quantity lubrication V-Bed Flat Knit
of oil. technique of machine
machine by filling
LU-10
Able to lubricate machine the oil by using air 12 Machine manual Workshop/workplace
Lubricate machine by filling oil by using air hoses, cleaning
hoses, cleaning solution, solution , rag etc Needed tools
rags etc
Ability to Machine oil
demonstrate the

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machine
lubrication for
smooth running of
machine by
checking oil cylin
etc.

Knowledge of
importance of
cleaning of
Understand the machine parts i.e.
importance and yarn path, eyelets, V-Bed Flat Knit
techniques of cleaning of knitting heads etc machine
LU-11 yarn paths, eyelets, to get required
Clean yarn paths, knitting heads etc quality production. Machine manual
12 Workshop/workplace
eyelets, knitting
heads Demonstrate cleaning of Ability to Needed tools
machine parts i.e. yarn demonstrate the
path , eyelets, knitting cleaning of Cleaning material
heads etc machine parts i.e.
yarn paths,
eyelets, knitting
heads etc.

Knowledge of
importance and
Understand the
requirement of the
importance of cleaning of V-Bed Flat Knit
clean work
the work environment machine
environment
LU-12 before and after the
before and after
production Machine manual
Clean working the production for 12 Workshop/workplace
environment qualitative
Demonstrate the cleaning Needed tools
production
of work environment
before and after the Cleaning material
Ability to
production
demonstrate the
cleaning of work
environment to get

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the required
quality of
production.

Knowledge of
techniques of
Understand the
overhauling
techniques of overhauling V-Bed Flat Knit
process of
of machine after machine
machine with the
production with required
required
LU-13 tools and equipments. Machine manual
equipment 12 Workshop/workplace
Overhaul machine
Be able to understand the Needed tools
Ability to
Overhauling of the
Demonstrate the
machine for uninterrupted Cleaning material
overhauling of
and smooth production
machine with
needed tool and
equipments

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Module 6 Title: Repair yarn related faults at V-Bed Flat Knit Machine
Objective of the Module: To get the knowledge repairing yarn related faults at V-Bed Flat Knit Machine
Duration: 50 hours Theory: 5 hours Practice: 45 hours

Learning Learning Learning Duration Material Learning


Unit Outcome Elements (Hours) Required Place

Knowledge of the
reason of press-
offs of fabric
during the fabric
Understand the reason
manufacturing
of press-offs of fabric
LU-1 process V-Bed Flat Knit machine
Thread
Fix press-offs of Able to fix press-off of 13 Workshop/workplace
Ability to Needed tools
fabric fabric by running the
Demonstrate to fix
thread into the missing
the press-offs of
needles
fabric by checking
and rethreading
the thread into the
needles

Knowledge of
the correct path of
Understand the path of
yarn from thread
yarn starting from creel
LU-2 cone to needle.
through IRO to needle. V-Bed Flat Knit machine
Rethread yarn
Ability to 13 Workshop/workplace
Incorrectly- Able to rethread Needed tools
Demonstrate
positioned yarns incorrectly positioned
rethreading of the
yarns from cone to
incorrectly
needle
positioned yarn by
identifying the
problem and then

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its correction

Understand the reason


Knowledge of
of broken yarn and
the reasons of
joining of running yarn
broken yarn.
LU-3 or new yarn ends for V-Bed Flat Knit machine
production. yarn
Join broken yarns Ability to 13 Workshop/workplace
Needed tools
or new ends Able to join the broken
Demonstrate
joining of the yarn
yarn as well as the
broken as well as
news ends of yarn for
new
continues production

Knowledge of the
Understanding the importance of
importance of resetting resetting of
of machine for new machine for new V-Bed Flat Knit machine
LU-4 orders orders. Yarn
Reset machine 13 Needed tools Workshop/workplace
for restart Able to understand the Ability to Cleaning material
resetting of machine for demonstrate the
production process of resetting of
new orders machine for new
orders.

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Module 7 Title: Check the faults in fabric
Objective of the Module: To get the knowledge of analyzing fabric structure
Duration: 50 hours Theory: 05 hours Practice: 45 hours

Learning Learning Learning Duration Material Learning


Unit Outcome Elements (Hours) Required Place

Knowledge of the
causes of knitting
Understand the causes of
hole in fabric
LU-1 knitting hole in fabric
Fabric
Check Knitting Ability to 7 Workshop/workplace
Able to check and the
hole Demonstrate the Needed tool
knitting holes and its
checking of
rectification
knitting hole and
its rectification

Knowledge of the
causes of yarn
break i.e. needle
Understand the causes
problem, thread
the yarn break because of
tightness or
needle, tight thread or any
looseness or nay
other reason. Fabric
LU-2 other cause.
7 Workshop/workplace
Check yarn break Able to check the yarn Needed tool
Ability to
break problem its impact
Demonstrate the
on fabric and its
checking of yarn
rectification
break and its
rectification for
smooth production

LU-3 Understand the causes of Fabric


7
Check Needle needle break and its Knowledge of the Needles

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Break replacement causes of needle Needed tool
break and its
Able to replace the needle replacement
if required
Ability to
Demonstrating
checking of needle
break and its
replacement
procedure.

Knowledge of
checking of the
needle line
Understand the reason of
because of needle
needle line because of
LU-4 problem.
needle problem
Fabric
Check needle line Ability to 7
because of needle Demonstrate checking of
demonstrate the Needed tool
the needle line by
problem checking of the
analyzing the needle
needle line
problem
because of the
needle problem.

Knowledge of the
checking of the
Understand to check the
collar size.
collar size and its impact
Collar
LU-5 after finishing.
Ability to 7
Check Collar Size Needed tool
Demonstrate
Able to check and rectify
checking and
the problem
rectification of the
problem.

Understand the reason of Fabric


Lu-6 7
the oil line of fabric i.e. any Knowledge of the

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Check oil line leakage of oil reason of oil line Needed tool
of fabric and
Able to check and correct highlight any
the oil line problem leakage spot

Ability to
Demonstrate
checking of the oil
line and its
correction by
stopping the
leakage

Knowledge of the
checking of the oil
stain on fabric and
Understand the reason of its solution
LU-7 the oil stain on fabric
Fabric
Ability to
Check stains on Able to understand the oil
7 Needed Perclon
Demonstrate the
fabric Needed tool
stain problem and its checking and
solution identifying the oil
stain and its
corrective solution

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Module 8 Title: Develop professionalism
Objective of the Module: To be able to adopt professional approach while working in a factory
Duration: 20 hours Theory: 10 hours Practice: 10 hours

Learning Learning Learning Duration Material Learning


Unit Outcome Elements (Hours) Required Place

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Explain
Understand the
importance and
importance of training
LU-1 Participate in advantages of
5 Classroom
Training getting technical
Able and motivated to
and professional
participate in training
trainings

Explain and
Understand the social
demonstrate
norms in a factory Handouts
effective
LU-2 Interact with communication 5 Classroom
colleagues Able to interact with Case studies
skills and
colleagues effectively and
interaction with
constructively
colleagues Role play
script
Explain how to
LU-3 Consult with Able to take guidance take guidance
5 Activity Classroom
experts from experts / seniors from sheets
experts/seniors

Understand the Explain the


importance of the skill test importance of
LU-4 Participate in for future growth/career evaluation by skill
skill test/ 5 Classroom
test/competition
competition Able to participate in skill for further training
test/ competition and development

Module 9 Title: Observe occupational health and safety practices


Objective of the Module: To be able to adopt occupational health and safety practices
Duration: 25 hours Theory: 15 hours Practice: 10 hours

Learning Learning Learning Duration Material Learning


Unit Outcome Elements (Hours) Required Place

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Explain and
LU-1 Observe Understand and apply the demonstrate
health, safety and principles of occupational occupation, health
6.25 Classroom
security related health and safety and safety
procedures practices in a company practices working
at a station
LU-2 Follow Explain and
workplace health Recognize and explain demonstrate
safety and workplace health safety workplace health, 6.25 Handouts Classroom
security and security requirements safety and security
requirements requirement Case studies
LU-3 Follow
Role play
planning ,
script
organizing and
Understand planning and
safe work Explain about safe Activity
organizing the safe work 6.25 Classroom
techniques techniques
work techniques sheets
Identify and
evaluate
potential hazards
LU-4 Deal with Demonstrate to
Able to deal with the deal with the
hazardous or
hazardous or emergency hazardous or 6.25 Classroom
emergency situations when arise emergency
situations situations

Module 10 Title: Communicate with co-workers


Objective of the Module: To be able to communicate with co-workers effectively
Duration: 20 hours Theory: 10 hours Practice: 10 hours

Learning Learning Learning Duration Material Learning


Unit Outcome Elements (Hours) Required Place

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Explain about
LU-1 Understand the concept communication
Adopt effective of effective channels and its
Communication communication and importance for 6.66 Classroom
and behaviour conducive behavior with conducive
with co-workers co-workers behavior with co- Handouts
workers
Case studies

LU-2
Understand and Explain work Role play
Interpret work script
interpret work related related
related 6.66 Classroom
instructions accurately instruction
instructions Activity
as required correctly sheets
correctly

LU-3
Able to produce reports
Produce reports Explain report
and required work
and prepare work writing skills as 6.66 Classroom
related documents as
related documents per requirements
per requirement
in a proper form

Module 11 Title: Work in a team


Objective of the Module: To be able to work in a team
Duration: 25 hours Theory: 15 hours Practice: 10 hours

Learning Learning Learning Duration Material Learning


Unit Outcome Elements (Hours) Required Place

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LU-1
Perform duties
and Explain job
Understand the job duties
description form
responsibilities in and responsibilities so as
and its link with 4.16 Classroom
a positive manner to cooperate with co-
co-workers for
to promote workers effectively
good relationship.
cooperation and
good relationship
LU-2 Understand the problem
Seek assistance solving and conflict
from co-workers Explain problem
resolution techniques
solving and
when difficulties 4.16 Classroom
conflict resolution
arise and solve Able to seek assistance
techniques
through from peers in difficulties
for their solution Handouts
discussion
Case studies
LU-3 Understand the ethical
Respect difference and cultural norms with in Explain about Role play
in personal beliefs a factory ethical standards script
and values and social norms 4.16 Classroom
during all Able to respect beliefs and which working in a Activity
values of co-workers factory sheets
activities and
interactions which working

LU-4 Able to understand the


concept of team work Explain benefits of
Contribute to
team work and its 4.16 Classroom
group work Able to contribute in group application with in
activities work activities factory

Explain
LU-5 importance of
Able to share correct
Share information sharing of
information while working 4.16 Classroom
related to group with group members
information and
members disadvantages of
incorrect
information

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LU-6 Explain
Provide support to responsibilities to
Be able to support the
support
achieve organizational objectives 4.16 Classroom
organizational
organizational for better results
objectives for
goals better results.

Module 12 Title: Manage time


Objective of the Module: To be able to manage time effectively
Duration: 25 hours Theory: 15 hours Practice: 10 hours

Learning Learning Learning Duration Material Learning


Unit Outcome Elements (Hours) Required Place

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LU-1
Manage time to Able to understand self
complete the management and time Explain time
management skills management and
assigned work 5 Classroom
self management
within the Able to management time skills
stipulated time as per the requirement
frame

LU-2 Able to understand the


Explain work load
Manage work load work load management
management 5 Classroom
as required by the techniques as per the
techniques
management requirement
Handouts

Case studies
LU-3 Explain
Prioritize tasks in Able to prioritize the task importance and Role play
accordance with i.e. high, medium and low methods of task 5 script Classroom
the importance of priority tasks. prioritization at
the tasks work place Activity
sheets

LU-4 Explain how to


Able to meet the required meet the required
Meet the specified 5 Classroom
and specified deadlines of and specified
deadlines a task deadline of a task

Explain how to
LU-5 handle co-workers
with effective time
Handle the co- Able to handle co-workers
management for 5 Classroom
workers using by unsung effective time
better coordination
effective time management techniques
and productivity
management

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Industrial knitting Machine Operator Curriculum Assessment
Module 1 Title: Operate single knit machine
Objective of the Module: To get understanding of operating single knit machine.

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Duration: 150 hours Theory: 10 hours Practice: 140 hours

Learning Theory Workplace Recommended Formative Assessment Recommended Scheduled


Unit Days/hours Days/hours Methodology Dates

10 hours 140 hours Trainee will: Oral At the end of


module
M1-LU-1
Explain maintenance and cleaning Practical/
Carry out minor
requirement of machine along with Demonstration
maintenance, needed equipments
cleaning etc Demonstrate minor maintenance MCQs
and cleaning of machine
Written test

Trainee will:
M1-LU-2
Adjust parts of Explain function of parts i.e. creel,
IRO, needle, CAM, thread feed
machine i.e. CAM wheel, sinker etc
& GSM Demonstrate adjustment of parts
i.e. creel, IRO, needle, CAM, thread
feed wheel, sinker etc

Trainee will:
M1-LU-3
Explain the functions and placement
Yarns are
of thread into creel by join the ends
creeled and ends
Demonstrate that yarns are creeled
join and ends are joined.

M1-LU-4
Yarns are run Trainee will:
through correct
yarn paths at Explain correct yarn path from
operating bobbin to needle through arrow
tensions heads with correct tension

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Demonstrate feeding of correct yarn
from with required tension.

Trainee will:

M1-LU-5 Explain the machine on off


Operate knitting techniques by closing the frame
Machines. doors.
Operate knitting machine by closing
all frame doors

Trainee will:
M1-LU-6
Monitor Explain the reasons of production
faults i.e. needle break, yarn break,
production for
sinker, feeder etc
faults, and Demonstrate monitor of production
variations for detection of faults and variation
and their correction.

Trainee will:
M1-LU-7
Monitor machine Explain the importance of machine
operations and make adjustments
for continuous to t the required quality of fabric
functioning of all Demonstrate the monitoring of
systems machine for continues functioning of
all systems

M1-LU-8
Trainee will:
Remove
production from Explain that how to stop machine to
machines remove production of fabric in the

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form of rolls.
Demonstrate removal of production
from machine as per the
requirement.

Trainee will:

M1-LU-9 Explain the process of recoding of


Document production on manual register or in
production computer.
Demonstrate recording of
production information

Trainee will:

Explain the lubrication technique of


M1-LU-10 machine by filling the oil cylinder by
Lubricate using air hoses, cleaning solution ,
machine rag etc
Demonstrate the machine
lubrication for smooth running of
machine by checking oil cylinder, oil
pipes, sinker pressure etc.

Trainee will:

M1-LU-11 Explain importance of cleaning of


machine parts i.e. yarn path,
Clean yarn
eyelets, knitting heads etc to get
paths, eyelets, required quality production.
knitting heads Demonstrate the cleaning of
machine parts i.e. yarn paths,
eyelets, knitting heads etc.

M1-LU-12 Trainee will:

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Clean working
environment Explain the importance and
requirement of the clean work
environment before and after the
production for qualitative production
Demonstrate the cleaning of work
environment to get the required
quality of production.

Trainee will:

M1-LU-13 Explain the techniques of


Overhaul overhauling process of machine
machine with the required equipment
Demonstrate the overhauling of
machine with needed tool and
equipments

Module 2 Title: Repair yarn related faults at single knit machine


Objective of the Module: To understand yarn related faults during production at single knit machine.
Duration: 50 hours Theory: 5 hours Practice: 45 hours

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Learning Theory Workplace Recommended Formative Assessment Recommended Scheduled
Unit Days/hours Days/hours Methodology Dates

5 hours 45 hours Trainee will: Oral At the end of


module
M2-LU-1 Explain the reason of press-offs of Practical/
fabric during the fabric Demonstration
Repair yarn manufacturing process
related faults Demonstrate to fix the press-offs of MCQs
fabric by checking and rethreading
the thread into the needles Written test

Trainee will:

M2-LU-2 Explain the correct path of yarn


Rethread from thread cone to needle.
Incorrectly- Demonstrate rethreading of the
positioned yarns incorrectly positioned yarn by
identifying the problem and then its
correction

M2-LU-3 Trainee will:


Join broken
Explain the reason of broken yarn.
yarns or new
Demonstrate joining of the yarn
ends broken as well as new

Trainee will:
M2-LU-4
Explain the importance of resetting
Fix press-offs of of machine for new orders.
fabric Demonstrate the resetting of
machine for new orders.

M2-LU-5
Reset machine Trainee will:

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for restart
Explain the reason of press-offs of
fabric during the fabric
manufacturing process
Demonstrate to fix the press-offs of
fabric by checking and rethreading
the thread into the needles

Module 3 Title: Operate Circular Double Knit Machine


Objective of the Module: To learn how to operate circular double knit machine
Duration: 150 hours Theory: 10 hours Practice: 140 hours

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Learning Theory Workplace Recommended Formative Assessment Recommended Scheduled
Unit Days/hours Days/hours Methodology Dates

10 hours 140 hours Trainee will: Oral At the end of


M3-LU-1 module
Explain maintenance and cleaning Practical/
Carry out minor
requirement of machine along with Demonstration
maintenance, needed equipments
cleaning etc Demonstrate minor maintenance MCQs
and cleaning of machine
Written test

Trainee will:

M3-LU-2 Explain function of parts i.e. creel,


arrow, needle, CAM, thread feed
Adjust parts of wheel, sinker etc
machine Demonstrate adjustment of parts
i.e. creel, arrow, needle, CAM,
thread feed wheel, sinker etc

Trainee will:

M3-LU-3 Explain the functions and


Yarns are creeled placement of thread into creel by
and ends join join the ends
Demonstrate that yarns are creeled
and ends are joined.

M3-LU-4 Trainee will:


Yarns are run
Explain correct yarn path from
through correct
bobbin to needle through arrow
yarn paths at heads with correct tension
operating
tensions Demonstrate feeding of correct
yarn from with required tension.

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Trainee will:

M3-LU-5 Explain the machine on off


Operate knitting techniques by closing the frame
Machines. doors.
Operate knitting machine by
closing all frame doors

Trainee will:
M3-LU-6
Monitor Explain the reasons of production
faults i.e. needle break, yarn break,
production for sinker, feeder etc
faults, and Demonstrate monitor of production
variations for detection of faults and variation
and their correction.

Trainee will:
M3-LU-7
Monitor machine Explain the importance of machine
operations and make adjustments
for continuous to t the required quality of fabric
functioning of all Demonstrate the monitoring of
systems machine for continues functioning
of all systems

Trainee will:
M3-LU-8
Remove Explain that how to stop machine
production from to remove production of fabric in
machines the form of rolls.
Demonstrate removal of production
from machine as per the

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requirement.

Trainee will:

M3-LU-9 Explain the process of recoding of


Document production on manual register or in
production computer.
Demonstrate recording of
production information

Trainee will:

Explain the lubrication technique of


M3-LU-10 machine by filling the oil cylinder by
Lubricate using air hoses, cleaning solution ,
machine rag etc
Demonstrate the machine
lubrication for smooth running of
machine by checking oil cylinder,
oil pipes, sinker pressure etc.

Trainee will:

M3-LU-11 Explain importance of cleaning of


Clean yarn paths, machine parts i.e. yarn path,
eyelets, knitting eyelets, knitting heads etc to get
heads required quality production.
Demonstrate the cleaning of
machine parts i.e. yarn paths,
eyelets, knitting heads etc.

Trainee will:
M3-LU-12
Clean working
Explain the importance and
environment requirement of the clean work
environment before and after the

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production for qualitative
production
Demonstrate the cleaning of work
environment to get the required
quality of production.

Trainee will:

M3-LU-13 Explain the techniques of


Overhaul overhauling process of machine
machine with the required equipment
Demonstrate the overhauling of
machine with needed tool and
equipments

Module 4 Title: Repair yarn related faults at Circular Double Knit Machine
Objective of the Module: To get the knowledge of repairing yarn related faults at circular double knit machine
Duration: 50 hours Theory: 5 hours Practice: 45 hours

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Learning Theory Workplace Recommended Formative Assessment Recommended Scheduled
Unit Days/hours Days/hours Methodology Dates

5 hours 45 hours Trainee will: Oral At the end of


module
M4-LU-1 Explain the reason of press-offs of Practical/
fabric during the fabric Demonstration
Repair yarn manufacturing process
related faults Demonstrate to fix the press-offs of MCQs
fabric by checking and rethreading
the thread into the needles Written test

Trainee will:

M4-LU-2 Explain the correct path of yarn


Rethread from thread cone to needle.
Incorrectly- Demonstrate rethreading of the
positioned yarns incorrectly positioned yarn by
identifying the problem and then its
correction

Trainee will:
M4-LU-3
Join broken yarns Explain the reason of broken yarn.
or new ends Demonstrate joining of the yarn
broken as well as new

Trainee will:

M4-LU-4
Fix press-offs of Explain the importance of resetting
fabric of machine for new orders.
Demonstrate the resetting of
machine for new orders.

M4-LU-5

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Reset machine for Trainee will:
restart
Explain the reason of press-offs of
fabric during the fabric
manufacturing process
Demonstrate to fix the press-offs of
fabric by checking and rethreading
the thread into the needles

Module 5 Title: Operate V-Bed Flat Knit machine


Objective of the Module: To get knowledge of operating V-Bed Flat Knit machine
Duration: 150 hours Theory: 10 hours Practice: 140 hours

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Learning Theory Workplace Recommended Formative Recommended Scheduled
Unit Days/hours Days/hours Assessment Methodology Dates

3 hours 47 hours Trainee will: Oral At the end of


M5-LU-1 Practical/ module
Explain maintenance and Demonstration
Carry out minor
cleaning requirement of machine MCQs
maintenance, along with needed equipments Written test
cleaning etc Demonstrate minor maintenance
and cleaning of machine

Trainee will:

M5-LU-2 Explain function of parts i.e.


creel, IRO, needle, CAM, thread
Adjust parts of feed wheel, etc
machine Demonstrate adjustment of parts
i.e. creel, IRO, needle, CAM,
thread feed wheel, etc

Trainee will:

M5-LU-3 Explain the functions and


Yarns are creeled placement of thread into creel by
and ends join join the ends
Demonstrate that yarns are
creeled and ends are joined.

Trainee will:
M5-LU-4
Yarns are run Explain correct yarn path from
through correct yarn bobbin to needle through arrow
paths at operating heads with correct tension
tensions
Demonstrate feeding of correct
yarn from with required tension.

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Trainee will:

M5-LU-5 Explain the machine on off


Operate knitting techniques by closing the
Machines. security covers.
Operate knitting machine by
closing all security covers

Trainee will:

M5-LU-6 Explain the reasons of


production faults i.e. needle
Monitor production
break, yarn break, feeder etc
for faults, and
Demonstrate monitor of
variations production for detection of faults
and variation and their
correction.

Trainee will:

M5-LU-7 Explain the importance of


Monitor machine for machine operations and make
continuous adjustments to the required
functioning of all quality of fabric
systems Demonstrate the monitoring of
machine for continues
functioning of all systems

Trainee will:
M5-LU-8
Remove production
Explain that how to stop machine
from machines to remove production of fabric in
the form of rolls.

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Demonstrate removal of
production from machine as per
the requirement.

Trainee will:

M5-LU-9 Explain the process of recoding


Document of production on manual register
production or in computer.
Demonstrate recording of
production information

Trainee will:

Explain the lubrication technique


of machine by filling the oil
M5-LU-10
cylinder by using air hoses,
Lubricate machine cleaning solution , rag etc
Demonstrate the machine
lubrication for smooth running of
machine by checking oil cylinder,
oil pipes, sinker pressure etc.

Trainee will:

M5-LU-11 Explain importance of cleaning


Clean yarn paths, of machine parts i.e. yarn path,
eyelets, knitting eyelets, knitting heads etc to get
heads required quality production.
Demonstrate the cleaning of
machine parts i.e. yarn paths,
eyelets, knitting heads etc.
M5-LU-12
Clean working Trainee will:
environment

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Explain the importance and
requirement of the clean work
environment before and after the
production for qualitative
production
Demonstrate the cleaning of
work environment to get the
required quality of production.

Trainee will:

Explain the techniques of


M5-LU-13
overhauling process of machine
Overhaul machine with the required equipment
Demonstrate the overhauling of
machine with needed tool and
equipments

Module 6 Title: Repair yarn related faults at V-Bed Flat Knit Machine
Objective of the Module: To get the knowledge repairing yarn related faults at V-Bed Flat Knit Machine
Duration: 50 hours Theory: 5 hours Practice: 45 hours

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Learning Theory Workplace Recommended Formative Assessment Recommended Scheduled
Unit Days/hours Days/hours Methodology Dates

5 hours 45 hours Trainee will: Oral At the end of


module
M6-LU-1 Explain the reason of press-offs of Practical/
fabric during the fabric Demonstration
Repair yarn
manufacturing process
related faults Demonstrate to fix the press-offs of MCQs
fabric by checking and rethreading
the thread into the needles Written test

Trainee will:

M6-LU-2 Explain the correct path of yarn


Rethread from thread cone to needle.
Incorrectly- Demonstrate rethreading of the
positioned yarns incorrectly positioned yarn by
identifying the problem and then its
correction

Trainee will:
M6-LU-3
Join broken yarns Explain the reason of broken yarn.
or new ends Demonstrate joining of the yarn
broken as well as new

Trainee will:
M6-LU-4
Explain the importance of resetting
Fix press-offs of
of machine for new orders.
fabric Demonstrate the resetting of
machine for new orders.

M6-LU-5

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Reset machine for Trainee will:
restart
Explain the reason of press-offs of
fabric during the fabric
manufacturing process
Demonstrate to fix the press-offs of
fabric by checking and rethreading
the thread into the needles

Module 7 Title: Check the faults in fabric


Objective of the Module: To get the knowledge of analyzing fabric structure
Duration: 50 hours Theory: 05 hours Practice: 45 hours

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Learning Theory Workplace Recommended Formative Assessment Recommended Scheduled
Unit Days/hours Days/hours Methodology Dates

5 hours 45 hours Trainee will: Oral At the end of


module
M7-LU-1
Explain the causes of knitting hole Practical/
Check Knitting in fabric Demonstration
hole Demonstrate the checking of
knitting hole and its rectification MCQs

Written test
Trainee will:

Explain the causes of yarn break


i.e. needle problem, thread
M7-LU-2
tightness or looseness or nay other
Check yarn break cause.
Demonstrate the checking of yarn
break and its rectification for
smooth production

Trainee will:
M7-LU-3
Explain the causes of needle break
Check Needle
and its replacement
Break Demonstrating checking of needle
break and its replacement
procedure.

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Trainee will:
M7-LU-4
Explain checking of the needle line
Check needle line because of needle problem.
because of needle Demonstrate the checking of the
problem needle line because of the needle
problem.

Trainee will:

M7-LU-5 Explain the checking of the collar


Check Collar Size size.
Demonstrate checking and
rectification of the size problem.

Trainee will:

Explain the reason of oil line of


M7-Lu-6 fabric and highlight any leakage
Check oil line spot
Demonstrate checking of the oil
line and its correction by stopping
the leakage

Trainee will:

M7-LU-7 Explain the checking of the oil


Check stains on stain on fabric and its solution
fabric Demonstrate the checking and
identifying the oil stain and its
corrective solution

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Module 8 Title: Develop professionalism
Objective of the Module: To be able to adopt professional approach while working in a factory
Duration: 20 hours Theory: 10 hours Practice: 10 hours

Learning Theory Workplace Recommended Formative Assessment Recommended Scheduled


Unit Days/hours Days/hours Methodology Dates

15 hours 15 hours Trainee will: Oral At the end of


M8-LU-1 module
Participate in Explain importance and advantages Practical/
Training of getting technical and Demonstration
professional trainings
MCQs

Trainee will: Written test


M8-LU-2
Interact with Explain and demonstrate effective
colleagues communication skills and
interaction with colleagues

Trainee will:
M8-LU-3 Consult
with experts Explain how to take guidance from
experts/seniors

Trainee will:
M8-LU-4
Participate in Explain the importance of
skill test/ evaluation by skill test/competition
competition for further training and development

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Module 9 Title: Observe occupational health and safety practices
Objective of the Module: To be able to adopt occupational health and safety practices
Duration: 25 hours Theory: 15 hours Practice: 10 hours

Learning Theory Workplace Recommended Formative Assessment Recommended Scheduled


Unit Days/hours Days/hours Methodology Dates
M9-LU-1 Observe Trainee will:
15 hours 15 hours Oral At the end of
health, safety and
Explain and demonstrate module
security related occupation, health and safety Practical/
procedures practices working at a station Demonstration
M9-LU-2
Follow workplace Trainee will: MCQs
health safety and
Explain and demonstrate workplace Written test
security health, safety and security
requirements requirement
M9-LU-3
Follow planning , Trainee will:
organizing and
Explain about safe work techniques
safe work
Explain types of hazards on
techniques
workstation and with in factory i.e.
Identify and i.e. fire, back joint and neck
evaluate damage, cutting hazards etc
potential hazards
M9-LU-4
Trainee will:
Deal with
hazardous or
Demonstrate to deal with the
emergency hazardous or emergency situations
situations
M9-LU-1 Observe
health, safety and Demonstrate to deal with the
security related hazardous or emergency situations
procedures

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Module 10 Title: Communicate with co-workers
Objective of the Module: To be able to communicate with co-workers effectively
Duration: 20 hours Theory: 10 hours Practice: 10 hours

Learning Theory Workplace Recommended Formative Assessment Recommended Scheduled


Unit Days/hours Days/hours Methodology Dates

15 hours 15 hours Trainee will: Oral At the end of


M10-LU-1 module
Adopt effective
Explain about communication Practical/
Communication Demonstration
channels and its importance for
and behaviour
conducive behavior with co-
with co-workers MCQs
workers
Written test
M10-LU-2
Trainee will:
Interpret work
related
Explain work related instruction
instructions
correctly
correctly
M10-LU-3
Produce reports Trainee will:
and prepare work
related Explain report writing skills as
documents in a per requirements
proper form

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Module 11 Title: Work in a team
Objective of the Module: To be able to work in a team
Duration: 25 hours Theory: 15 hours Practice: 10 hours

Learning Theory Workplace Recommended Formative Assessment Recommended Scheduled


Unit Days/hours Days/hours Methodology Dates
M11-LU-1
Perform duties 15 hours 15 hours Oral At the end of
and Trainee will: module
responsibilities in Practical/
Explain job description form and its Demonstration
a positive manner link with co-workers for good
to promote relationship. MCQs
cooperation and
good relationship Written test
M11-LU-2
Seek assistance
Trainee will:
from co-workers
when difficulties
Explain problem solving and
arise and solve conflict resolution techniques
through
discussion
M11-LU-3
Respect
difference in Trainee will:
personal beliefs
Explain about ethical standards
and values and social norms while working in a
during all factory
activities and
interactions
M11-LU-4
Contribute to Trainee will:
group work
Explain benefits of team work and
activities its application with in factory

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M11-LU-5 Trainee will:
Share information
Explain importance of sharing of
related to group information and disadvantages of
members incorrect information

M11-LU-6 Trainee will:


Provide support
to achieve Explain responsibilities to support
organizational organizational objectives for better
goals results.

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Module 12 Title: Manage time
Objective of the Module: To be able to manage time effectively
Duration: 25 hours Theory: 15 hours Practice: 10 hours

Learning Theory Workplace Recommended Formative Assessment Recommended Scheduled


Unit Days/hours Days/hours Methodology Dates
M12-LU-1
Manage time to 15 hours 15 hours Oral At the end of
Trainee will: Practical/ module
complete the
assigned work Demonstration
Explain time management and self MCQs
within the management skills
stipulated time Written test
frame
M12-LU-2
Trainee will:
Manage work
load as required
Explain work load management
by the techniques
management
M12-LU-3
Trainee will:
Prioritize tasks in
accordance with
Explain importance and methods of
the importance of task prioritization at work place
the tasks
M12-LU-4
Trainee will:
Meet the
specified Explain how to meet the required
deadlines and specified deadline of a task

M12-LU-5 Trainee will:


Handle the co-
workers using Explain how to handle co-workers
effective time with effective time management for
management better coordination and productivity

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List of Machinery/Equipment/Tools
(For a Class of 25 Students)

NAME OF TRADE Knitting Machine Operator

Duration of Course 6 Months

Sr.No Nomenclature of Equipment/Tools Quantity

1 Single Knit Machine 3

2 Circular Double Knit Machine 3

3 V-Bed Flat Knit Machine 3

Tools and equipments


Machine tool kit (set)

Tool kit includes:


Screw Driver, Different Numbers /
4 Sizes 15
Pliers
Iron Hammer
L-Key different numbers / sizes
Foil
Pana set

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Iron hammer
Brush
Nose plier
Cutter plier

5 White board/Marker board 01

6 Cylinder balance meter 1

7 Tension meter 1

8 GSM Cutter 1

9 GSM Scale 1

10 Chairs 25

11 Teacher Table 01

12 Teacher Chair 01

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List of Consumable Materials
(For a Class of 25 Students)

Sr. No Name of Material/Items Quantity/Student For 25 students

60 bags
1 Thread for single knit machine -----
(Per bag 24 cones)
60 bags
2 Thread for circular double knit machine -----
(Per bag 24 cones)

3 Thread for V-Bed Flat machine ----- 50 cones

4 Gear Oil ----- 20 liter

5 White Oil ----- 20 liter

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Reference Material

1. Kitting Machine Operator Manual

2. Handouts for Occupational Health and Safety Standards, Communication Skill, Team work, professionalism and

time management.

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SCHEME OF STUDIES
Knitting Machine Operator

Sr Modules Theory Practical Total Hours


# Hours Hours
1 Module 1 20 140 160

2 Module 2 10 45 55

3 Module 3 20 140 160

4 Module 4 10 40 50

5 Module 5 20 140 160

6 Module 6 10 40 50

7 Module 7 5 45 50

8 Module 8 10 10 20

9 Module 9 15 10 25

10 Module 10 10 10 20

11 Module 11 15 10 25

12 Module 12 15 10 25

TOTAL HOURS 160 640 800

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