Furniture and Cabinet Making (Code 354)


Carpentry is one of the oldest craft and has been in vogue from time immemorial. A good carpenter can always find gainful employment even in villages with poor purchasing power. In urban and semi-urban areas furniture and cabinet making is extensively used for meeting the needs of elite and commercial organizations. This module is designed to train technicians who can manufacture various articles of furniture and cabinet for commercial use.


After going through this course the students will be able to:
Identify and select the right type of wood for various applications.
Manufacture the required dimensional tolerance, articles of furniture & cabi nets for commercial use.

Job Oppurtunities

The pass outs of this programme have ample scope for self employment, as there is sufficient market demand for furniture and cabinets in semi-urban areas. They can also get waged employment with furniture makers.

Entry Qualification

Class 8th Pass

Course Duration

One Year

Scheme of Evaluation

Theory - 40%, Practical - 60%

Scheme of Examination

Maximum Weightage in Theory - 30% Time - 2 hrs.
Maximum Weightage in Practical - 70% Time - 3 hrs.

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