Japan-India Institute for manufacturing calls for admissions for its first batch of students

Japan-India Institute for manufacturing calls for admissions for its first batch of students

In order to boost the skilled manpower for the manufacturing industry, there has been an institute set up jointly by Japan & India near Delhi. This joint institute in particular to the automobile & auto component manufacture has called for admissions.

According to an official statement, the Japan-India Institute for Manufacturing, set up in Delhi’s neighboring town of Gurugram, has opened up admissions for its very first batch of students.

The institute is basically a shared initiative between the state government of Haryana & largest car-manufacturer Maruti Suzuki to improve the skill levels among students.

Japan-India Institute for Manufacturing is one of the model industrial training institutes run by Maruti Suzuki to put contribution to the government of India’s ambitious & aspiring “Skill India” initiative.

According to an executive in the Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, A.K Tomer, Automotive industry is well known for its ability to adapt to state-of-the-art trends & technology. Hence, it is very important for the workers within the automobile & auto component sector to possess the required skill sets.

He added that by the introduction of the greener technology, the Indian automobile industry is in the need of huge skilled manpower.

There was a signing of A Memorandum of Co-operation (MoC) between India’s Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship & Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry 2016 to train 30,000 youths in India over 10 years.

Via its all-inclusive industry-oriented training programs, the institute redefines the quality of technical training at ITIs with distinctive features such as mini-vehicle assembly line, safety lab, engine assembly line, virtual welding simulators & spot welding equipment. The main goal behind the strong infrastructure is to provide a hands-on learning experience to the students & make them ready for the industry.