Hyundai To Train Chandigarh Polytechnic Students
Published On Nov 21, 2016 02:45 PM By Alshaar
India’s second largest carmaker, Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) has joined forces with Chandigarh Polytechnic College’s Professional Development Centre in Mohali. The facility will train students as per the requirements of the modern automobile industry.
In line with the latest technologies, HMIL will support enhancement on education standards through tie ups with Polytechnic Institutes with specially designed curriculum, training material, car, engine, gear box & other learning aids; it informed in a press release.
Through a new syllabus, the company aims to expose automobile trade students to modern automobile technologies, thereby increasing the opportunities of employability and career prospects. At a time when innovation and cutting-edge machineries have taken centre stage, the Indian automotive service industry will benefit from the desired results of this project.
On the occasion, senior vice president (Sales and Marketing), Hyundai Motor India, Rakesh Srivastava said: “We wish to contribute towards a marked increase in the availability of skilled manpower in the automobile service industry. We are committed to provide the best to students, which will eventually benefit the industry and society on the whole.”
Earlier this month, India’s number one car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki India Limited had also announced its plans to setup the Japan-India Institute of Manufacturing by August 2017. With this, the carmaker aims to impart training to around 300 youths annually in technical trades and Japanese shopfloor practices.
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