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Tata Motors has partnered with Amity University, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow to improve its employees’ technical skills. This collaboration aims to prepare them for the future. The auto manufacturer will offer a master’s degree in EV technology to all its employees at the Lucknow plant. The company-sponsored program is designed to improve employees’ technical skills and bridge the skill gap in the automotive industry.
According to Tata Motors, the MTech degree program will provide the knowledge and skills necessary for the automotive manufacturing industry. The M-Tech program is divided into two parts. Technical orientation, the first one will be delivered via theoretical and practical sessions at the Tata Motors Campus or Amity University, Lucknow Campus. The 4-semester course is spread over two years and will culminate with a 6-month comprehensive industrial project. These employees will be guided and mentored by industry experts and engaged in practice sessions that involve significant business projects. Amity University, Uttar Pradesh Lucknow Campus will award a certificate upon successfully completing the program.
Mr Ravindra Kumar G.P., President & CHRO, Tata Motors, said, “This association with Amity University, Uttar Pradesh Lucknow Campus will not only provide our employees with a pathway for career growth and skills development but will help us build a future-ready workforce. With Tata Motors making significant investments in electric vehicles, this course will only enable our employees to keep up with the pace of technological advancement and have a deeper grasp of EV technology transition and other cutting-edge technologies.”
Prof. (Dr.) Sunil Dhaneshwar, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Amity University, Uttar Pradesh Lucknow Campus said, “This mutually beneficial initiative will lead to a rich exchange of knowledge and will allow students to align with the latest industry practices. This program will help us develop a talent pool that would have an edge, equipped with advanced knowledge, and a narrowing skills gap.”