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MG Motor companions ASDC, Autobot India to offer expert manpower to vehicle trade

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Mumbai: MG Motor has partnered with Automotive Skill Development Council (ASDC) and Autobot India to launch Dakshta, a coaching program specialising in synthetic intelligence (AI) and electrical autos, geared toward creating expert manpower for the vehicle trade. The partnership, which is part of MG’s imaginative and prescient of CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electric) mobility which it has augmented in its product portfolio in India, is a step in direction of democratising high-end automotive applied sciences within the nation via on-line and offline ability growth programs for engineering college students, MG Motor India stated in a launch.

The eight-module coaching programme coaching will concentrate on ability enhancement, thereby bettering employability within the automotive sector whereas creating expert manpower to cater to the automotive trade’s future necessities.

It will initially concentrate on on-line studying throughout COVID instances and later contain case research and finest observe sharing, the discharge stated.

“The Dakshata programme is an initiative that will enable young students develop relevant skills on futuristic technologies and become self-reliant, thereby empowering them for a brighter future and further strengthen the goal of fulfilling a broader vision of Skill India,” MG Motor India Chief Corporate Affairs Officer Yash Yadav stated.

As the technology-cost curve is changing into steeper, extra applied sciences are discovering their approach into the automotive sector at current.

Be it hybrid expertise, or electrical autos, the automotive trade is evolving at a fast tempo, the corporate stated, including that the programme’s aim is to coach ITI and diploma in addition to engineering college students to fill the availability deficit of the expert automotive workforce.

“We thank MG Motor for collaborating with us for the Dakshata programme, which is part of our shared vision of building a sustainable skilling ecosystem in the automotive industry,” ASDC Chairman Nikunj Sanghi stated.

The council is a joint initiative of the Government of India, Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), Automotive Component Manufacturers Association (ACMA), and Federation of Automobile Dealers Association (FADA).

Autobot India founder and CEO Ashwini Tiwary stated new-age autos should be extra technologically superior, linked and sensible, which requires a completely new set of expertise and data to drive the trade progress and its full value-chain.

Autobot India offers options to automotive trade in e-mobility schooling, consulting and lab infrastructure.

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