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January 17, 2018

With an aim to enhance employability skills, Tata Motors and DPITI joined hands for Certificate Programme in Production Technology


With an aim to enhance employability skills of the youth, Tata Motors and Deshpande Private Industrial Training Center (DPITI) of Vocational Training have joined hands to introduce a one-year certificate program. The certificate program will be in ‘Production Technology’ and will be A learn and earn program. During the duration of their training, Tata Motors will bear all expenses related to training of the selected candidates.

Some salient features of the Certificate Programme in Production Technology are as follows:

— Production Training course is designed into two parts – technical orientation and on-the-job training.
— The technical orientation will be delivered through class room sessions and on-the-job training in the world-class manufacturing  facility.
— The program is divided in different kinds of skill sets, with a focus on Welding, Painting, and Vehicle Electronics Skills.
— During the first eight weeks, trainees will be groomed on behavioral skills, combined with technical knowledge at DIVT Campus,   making them ready for industry
— Trainees will be taken through focused on-the-job training jointly by DIVT and Tata Motors at the Dharwad plant.
— The course gives due importance to enhancing practical knowledge, improving the skill level of the candidates, at TML facility and through theoretical classes at DIVT.
— As per the MOU, DIVT will provide technical inputs over a period of 12 months and hand hold the youth to be industry ready.
— Trainees will be trained by a blend of technical modules and self-developmental courses, mentored and guided by industry leaders.
— After the periodic assessment and on successful completion of the program, a certificate will be awarded jointly by DIVT and Tata Motors Ltd., with the choice and option to migrate to any other industry after course completion.

Speaking on the occasion, K Mohan Kumar, Plant Head – Dharwad, Tata Motors, said that skill Development is an important pillar in their journey of transformation. Initiatives of ‘World Class Quality’ and ‘Do It First Time Right’ will be strengthened through this certification program which will not only help these students in enhancing their skills, but will also be help in meeting industry needs, which will be beyond the classroom training.

Sharing his thoughts on the association, Prakash Prabhu, Administrator, DPITI, said, that the Institute has been focusing on providing quality education through its various ITI program affiliated to NCVT and SCVT. This certification program will help the students across Karnataka in building Industry specific skills through its Classroom and On Job Training.

Note: News shared for public awareness with reference from the information provided at online news portals.

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