Certified Garment Checker

How It Works

  1. 1. Select Certification & Register
  2. 2. Receive a.) Online e Learning Access (LMS)    b.) Hard copy - study material
  3. 3. Take exam at chosen Date and Venue
  4. 4. Get certified & Increase Employability

Test Details

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • No. of questions: 50
  • Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%).
  • There is NO negative marking in this module.
  • 70 exam centres in India.

Benefits of Certification

Rs.3,499 /-

Vskills has developed a new strategic framework for Skill Development for early school leavers and existing workers, especially in the unorganized sector to improve their employability called Trade Employable Skills (TES).

Trade Employable Skills does effective assessment and certification of candidates in different trade disciplines like Electrical, Electronics, Agriculture, Chemical, Automobile, IT, etc to make them job ready.

Why should one take this certification?

To demonstrate clear understanding and practical aspects and to get a visible recognition for this knowledge.

Table of Content

https://www.vskills.in/certification/Vskills-Certified-Garment-Checker-Table-of-Content

Practice Test

https://www.vskills.in/test/

Companies that hire Garment Checker

All small and medium companies need certified employees who have the requisite skills. There are more jobs opening up in the economy on a regular basis with the fast growth of the country.

Apply for Certification

By Net banking / Credit Card/Debit Card

We accept Visa/Master/Amex cards and all Indian Banks Debit Cards. There is no need to fill application form in case you are paying online.

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  • Visa Card
  • Master Card
  • American Express
 
TABLE OF CONTENT

 


Care of Garment

  • Sun light
  • Specific Cleaning Drying and Storage Requirements  
  • Of Textiles Made of various Fibres
  • Care of Woven, Knitted Felted Fabrics
  • Some of Common Terms Used in Market
  • Automoblie battery is another example

Managing Quality through Inspection

  • Histogram
  • Pareto chart

Seven Tool of Quality

  • Cause and effect diagram
  • Control chart
  • Effect Cause
  • Flow chart
  • Scatter diagram

Classification of Fibre

  • Introduction
  • Fibre
  • Classification of Fibres
  • Natural Fibres
  • Cotton
  • Jute flax
  • Wool
  • Silk
  • Viscose rayon
  • Cuprammonium rayon  
  • Acetate rayon
  • Nylon
  • Polyester
  • Acrylic
  • Staple Fibre
  • Filament
  • Yarn
  •  Classification of yarn
  • Yarn count or yarn number
  • Fabrics
  • Types of fabrics
  • Parts of woven fabrics
  • Types of weaves
  • Categories of Fibric 
  • Woven fabric production
  • Types of loom
  • Wet processing
  • Made-ups and garment
  • Some of the common terms used in market 

Garment defect

  • Entry roller hitting
  • Bad shuttle
  • Race board ply wood worn out
  • End out and float
  • Wrong drawing
  • wrong denting
  • loose warp  
  • temple cut
  • stitches
  • reed line
  • Double End
  • Leno Cut
  • Emery Press
  • Centre Cutter Press
  • Mixed Weft
  • Oil Weft
  • CWF Loose Weft
  • Loose Weft
  • Stitching Weft
  • Broken Pick
  • Double Pick
  • Lashing –in
  • Weft Catching
  • Crack
  • Weft Cut
  • Snarls
  • Pin Crack
  • Thick &Thin Place
  • Oil Stain
  • Shuttle Trap
  • Hole
  • Bad selvage
  • Let off
  • Starting mark
  • Stitching mark
  • Stitching warp tear
  • Iron stain
  • White patch
  • Loops
  • Emery cut
  • Cotton button

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