Jammu Tawi, December 14
Tata Motors, India’s leading Commercial Vehicle manufacturer, recently completed training of over 200 candidates under the Prime Minister’s Udaan Scheme, through ‘Tata Motors Certified Works Manager’ programme.
After becoming the first automobile company to enroll under the scheme in 2013, the collaborative effort has resulted in training and generating employment opportunities for three-year engineering diploma holders and professional degree holders of Jammu & Kashmir, through a collective action oriented agenda.
Under the ‘Tata Motors Certified Works Manager’programme, fresh graduates from engineering colleges of Jammu & Kashmir are recruited and trained for a period of 6 months at Amity Noida and Tata Motors’ STC (Service Training Centers). On completion of their training, these graduates are placed at Tata Motors dealerships as ‘Service Managers’.
Out of the 230 UDAAN candidates enrolled under this program in last four batches, 218 candidates have completed their training and have been assured a job. The table below represents the success rate of Project UDAAN-Tata Motors Certified Works Manager Program.
The Candidates Joined Training 230 and Completed 218 among them 187 Joined work. Commenting on the association, Mr. Sanjeev Garg, VP & Global Head – Customer Care-CVBU said, “At Tata Motors, our constant focus is on providing quality technical education that is focused on employment. Through this initiative, we aim to provide job opportunities to over 1300 youth in Jammu and Kashmir, in the next 5 years. With an increasing number of vehicles plying on the road, quality repair and maintenance is an important aspect, and schemes like these help us equip a pool of skilled candidates, in turn helping strengthen our service.We will continue to invest in such training programs, for aspiring youth who wish to work with corporates.”
Speaking on the occasion, Deepak Verma, Batch-II trainee, now placed as a Customer Support Manager said, “The training sessions were insightful and helped me build my technical skills. In Jammu and Kashmir, the availability of industrial courses is limited; and opportunities, scarce. Owing to Tata Motors’ initiative on skill building, we have been empowered to explore our capabilities, at par with the Nation’s best.”
Tata Motors has been at the forefront in creating the right set of talent pool for the automobile engineering and manufacturing industry. With a first-of-its-kind MoU with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), Tata Motors has over the past few years, has signed over six such agreements with leading institutes and organisations, to develop skilled & highly competent manpower to be future ready.
Jammu Tawi, December 14