Bolt.Earth Collaborates With ASDC To Empower India’s Automotive Workforce In EV Infrastructure Training


Bolt.Earth, a prominent provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, has joined forces with the Automotive Skills Development Council (ASDC) to empower India’s automotive workforce with comprehensive training on EV infrastructure. This collaboration aims to bridge knowledge gaps, enhance the industry’s skill competitiveness, and promote the expansion of EV charging infrastructure.

In collaboration with ASDC, the course provides participants with an in-depth knowledge of Level-1, Level-2, and Level-3 chargers, along with a comprehensive understanding of EV charging infrastructure.

Mohit Yadav, founder of Bolt.Earth, expressed excitement about the collaboration, emphasizing the company’s commitment to solidifying its leadership position and preparing for widespread EV adoption and innovation through industry education and skills development.

Arindam Lahiri, CEO of ASDC, highlighted the transformative opportunity this partnership brings to India’s automotive workforce. The upcoming virtual course, available for free registration, equips individuals with essential knowledge of EV infrastructure. Leveraging Bolt.Earth’s expertise in the EV space, ASDC ensures the provision of specialized training materials, reaching a wide range of automotive professionals through their accessible skill development platform.

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Yogesh Singhal, Head of Operations & CRM at Bolt.Earth, stressed the importance of addressing the lack of education in the automotive workforce, particularly regarding EVs. By equipping India’s workforce with the necessary knowledge through this course, they aim to encourage indigenous skill development and innovation to meet the growing demand for EVs and related charging infrastructure. This collaboration aligns with ASDC’s commitment to sustainability and local skill development, contributing to the expansion of EV charging infrastructure across India.

The registration criteria for the course are inclusive, encompassing individuals with ITI, Diploma, B.Tech, and AMIE qualifications (preferably in Electrical/Electronics), as well as experienced professionals in the Automotive/EV industry. The comprehensive curriculum and industry insights provided by Bolt.Earth and ASDC will greatly benefit this diverse pool of participants, according to Mr Lahiri.

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