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Tata Motors aims to provide skill training to 40k in 3 years

Tata Motors, Financial Results

Mumbai: Tata Motors is aiming to train up to 40,000 people in the next three years in skills associated with automobile industry as part of its programmes to provide technical and vocational education for unemployed youth, a senior company official said today.

The company has already started training programmes in collaboration with Automotive Skill Development Council (ASDC) at its different manufacturing plants, various dealerships and services centres.

It is focusing on 10th and 12th class dropouts, youth from rural areas and small towns, scheduled castes (SCs) and scheduled tribes (STs) besides women under the initiative to make them industry ready workforce at the end of courses, which can take up to three years to complete.

Tata Motors, which will witness retirements of around 300-500 a year in its plants like Jamshedpur and Pune from 2018, is not only looking at preparing a ready supply of workforce for its plants but is also looking to play its part in Skill India Mission, company Chief Human Resource Officer Gajendra Chandel told

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