Tata Motors signs MoU with Automotive Skill Development Council to train youth

Tata Motors has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Automotive Skill Development Council (ASDC), a government of India recognised Skill Council for a collaborative skill development programme in the automotive sector.

This partnership will help Tata Motors’ skill development centres across its six plants in India and will comply as per competency levels of the National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF).

The MoU was signed to impart and enhance industry-ready occupational skills for the youth, followed by assessment and certification on the basis of skill levels achieved and certified as per NSQF.

The programme will comprise modules based on skills for design, engineering, manufacturing, automobile production, sales and service as well in various support functions with a focus on quality, productivity, dexterity, discipline and safety.

“We are keen to see the Indian automotive industry becoming globally competitive with Tata Motors playing a significant role,” said Gajendra Chandel, Chief Human Resources Officer, Tata Motors, “In line with the Government of India’s aggressive plans under the Skill India Mission towards ‘Kaushal Bharat – Kushal Bharat,’ we aim to contribute positively to build India’s competitiveness.”