In a bid to fulfill the objectives laid down in the Prime Minister’s National Skill Development Mission and to promote employability through skills-enhancement for the youth of India, Tata Motors has joined hands with various non-government organisations and ITI’s (Industrial technical Institutes) across the country. Through the prestigious skill development program – Kaushalya, Tata Motors aims to offer technical education in automotive trades and create employment opportunities.
Tecknotrove Systems has been assigned to develop and deploy state-of-the-art driver training simulators for this skill development project . Tecknotrove will assisting the technical training institutions in establishing Driver Training Centres, by deploying Driving Simulator for training & enhancing driving skills.
Mr. Ravi Pisharody, Executive Director, Tata Motors Commercial Vehicles, said, “Reports suggest that the average age in India will be 29 years by 2020, and if the country is to leverage its young workforce, it is imperative to impart the right skills, ensuring higher productivity and employability. We believe it is important that we join hands with the government and our partners alike, to help create this skilled workforce for the country, with hands-on training, and on the other hand incentivise them while studying. Tata Motors has tied-up with over 135 Government ITI’s and over 10 Non Government Technical Institutes across India, through Kaushalya.”
Tecknotrove is proud to be associated with Tata Motors for this skill development project . “We thank Tata motors for giving us the opportunity for being a part of this prestigious skill development project . TecknoSIM Training Simulators are pivotal to bridging the skill gap in India and training solutions from Tecknotrove will surely transform the Industrial Training Institutes and help them is getting the youth ready for the jobs”- says Shantanu Gupta – Founder and Managing Director Tecknotrove Systems.