Engaged in the Skill India mission, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI) inaugurated its 2nd Skills Improvement Center in Rajasthan in collaboration with the Government Industrial Training Institute (ITI), Kota. The new center will enable young people in the region to acquire employment-oriented technical skills as part of corporate CSR in the city.
The inauguration took place in the august presence of Ashwani Kaul (President, Institute Management Committee, ITI Government, Kota and Vice President, DCM Shriram Fertilizers & Chemicals), Ashok Kumar Sharma (Deputy Director, Training , Rajasthan Technical Education Department, Kota Zone Regional Office), Mr. Rahul Sharan (Senior Manager – Skill Enhancement, CS Technology & Customer Relations, HMSI) and other dignitaries from Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.
As part of this CSR initiative, Pradeep Pandey, Senior Vice President – Customer Service, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. said, “In keeping with our commitment to upgrade the skills of local youth and improve their employability, we are proactively supporting the Skill India mission to empower Indian youth. BS-VI emission standards have increased the demand for skilled technical labor in the automotive sector. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, students were unable to get hands-on training. HMSI’s second skills improvement center in Rajasthan in Kota will provide improved recovery facilities for hands-on training while ensuring all safety protocols. In addition, we will continue to open other centers in other parts of the country.
The HMSI Skills Improvement Center at ITI Kota has a fully functional workshop with two-wheelers and service infrastructure to give hands-on training to students on the technical aspects of maintenance and repair of vehicles. two wheels. Upon completion of the training program, HMSI will also support recruiting opportunities for successful candidates at HMSI dealerships.
As part of its corporate social responsibility, HMSI has taken several initiatives in the direction of skills development. In order to bridge the gap between the need and the availability of skilled labor in the automotive sector, HMSI is establishing skills improvement centers across India. Currently, HMSI operates 45 skills development centers in 19 Indian states.
These include Rajasthan (Kota and Jodhpur) Uttar Pradesh (Kanpur, Meerut and Prayagraj), Madhya Pradesh (Khargone, Satna, Jabalpur, Bhopal and Ratlam), Odisha (Cuttack), Bihar (Patna), Telangana (Hyderabad and Sircilla) , Karnataka (Mysuru & Mangalore), Kerala (Palakkad & Kozhikode), Uttarakhand (Dehradun), West Bengal (Kolkata & Asansol), Haryana (Panipat, Rohtak & Gurugram), Gujarat (Rajkot, Gandhinagar, Sarkhej, Ankaraodleshwar), & Delhi- RCN (Jaffarpur and Nandnagri), Tamil Nadu (Chennai, Madurai and Sivagangai), Chhattisgarh (Bhilai), Maharashtra (Amravati, Pune, Nasik, Dhule and Palgadh), Andhra Pradesh (Vizag and Tirupwahati), Assam) (Guzag and Tirupwahati) Punjab (Bathinda and Patiala) for the benefit of more than 3,000 students.
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