Tata Motors trains 166 people in automotive assembly skills
Tata Motors awarded the ASDC Certification in automotive assembly skills and similar assessments to 166 trainees at its Pune Plant.
Tata Motors said that it plans to skill 40,000 people in next 3 to 4 years across all plants, subsidiaries and dealer network.
As part of a unique initiative to promote “Skill India Mission”, Tata Motors and Automotive Skills Development Council (ASDC) certified the first batch of trainees under their collaborative skills development and certification program.
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“It’s a matter of great satisfaction to see a large batch of trainees, both girls and boys, mostly from rural areas and small towns who were inducted through the ‘Earn & Learn’ mode under the ‘National Employability Enhancement Mission (NEEM)’ that’s part of Government’s Skill India mission,” said Gajendra Chandel, CHRO, Tata Motors.
“With the evolution in automobile manufacturing and service, the need for skilled workforce will continue to increase exponentially, with a huge potential to generate large-scale employment opportunities,” Chandel added.
06:31 PM IST