Toyota and Karnataka govt join hands to impart ITI students with training
On Friday, Toyota Kirloskar Motor said that it inked in a pact with the Karnataka Government to impart industry-specific training to Industrial Training Institute(ITI) students and signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the commiserate of Industrial Training and Employment, Karnataka government, as an initiation.
Under the MoU, the automaker is identified as an industrial training provider to help India focus on the Atmanirbhar Bharat and Make in India projects.
The industrial training provider develops skilled human resources for manufacturing units and first-time entrepreneurs to equip them with high volume production.
A programme focusing on training all the 31 district ITI students of Karnataka is on focus, the company said in a statement. It added that the programme would help in future employment and increase their relevant skill in manufacturing.
Certified Toyota trainers will train the youngsters with hands-on experience in the manufacturing department. At the end of the programme, an exam will be conducted to be eligible for an apprenticeship in the company.
The classroom training will provide in-depth knowledge and make them more Industry-ready, the company added.
G Shankar, TKM Vice President, said,” Our mission is to bring about development by sharing our best practices and contributing to society,” The TKM group sells models like Innova Crysta and Fortuner in the country.