One of the largest exporters and second largest car manufacturer, Hyundai Motor India Ltd would now be providing vocational education. Recently, the Corporate has tied up with 25 Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in India.
It has been seen that Hyundai has been contributing to the Skill India programme of the Government since it started its pilot programme in 2012 across 5 locations in India. Almost 95 percent of trained graduates from Hyundai’s Skill Development Programme (2012-2015) were recruited by its dealerships in 2015.
Therefore, this tie-up with 25 ITIs, Hyundai aims to produce a large number of skilled people and reduce the skill deficit in the Indian automobile industry. Moreover, with this partnership Hyundai will surely be able to bridge the gap of skilled manpower availability in the auto industry.
Under the Hyundai’s Skill Development Programme, the company has introduced the latest training methodologies at these 25 ITIs across India in a two-year training programme. Along with the programme, workshop practicals and 4 days of exclusive On Job Training at Hyundai dealership would be offered to the students for hands-on experience.