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Become an assessor

Last Modified: December 4th, 2018

Textile Sector Skill Council (TSC) is inviting leading assessors to be a part of the assessment of trainees of Textile (Spinning, Weaving, Knitting, Processing) and Handloom Sector.

TSC is in the process of finalizing National Operating Standards (NOS) and Qualification Packs (QPs) for the 54 job roles in the first phase (16 for Spinning, 16 for Weaving, 04 for Knitting and 18 for Processing).

TSC proposes to train and assess around 11.6lac workers in 10 years and is hoping that the number of training partners will be around 530.

For any assessment to be meaningful it is imperative that assessors have necessary expertise for the job. It is this imperative, that the Assessor has the following essentials for quality output:

  • Academic and Occupational Qualifications.
  • Industry work experience
  • Knowledge of assessment process and tools.
  • Understanding of the Occupational Standards for the relevant job role.
  • Understanding of competencies required in the job role for which assessment is being done.
  • Ability to capture the assessment observations correctly on the prescribed forms.
  • Ability to communicate in writing and orally in the local language in addition to English.
  • Good observation skills
  • Ability to use technology viz, computers, tablets, video communication tools like Skype etc

Each Assessor must be able to plan each task and allocate necessary resources to support the assessment.

In addition, the assessor must have high level of integrity, reliability and fairness. Each Assessor shall sign a document by which they commit themselves to comply with the rules of confidentiality and conflict of interest, independence from commercial and other interests that would compromise impartiality of the assessments.

If you are interested to be an assessor accredited by TSC, please download the “Protocols for Accreditation, Affiliation and Assessment” which is available at www.texskill.in . Kindly send the form given below, along with your CV and the requisite fee to TSC office for further processing.

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