The scope in automotive technologies is increasing and providing opportunities to bring prosperity in the area. With an enlarging competition between the automakers, this is experiencing the taste of unique and excellent technologies through which innovative paths for young and new talents are getting explored. These healthy collaborations and competitions would gift us a new world of automobiles. Cars with various technologies and robotics have already paced their sales and reputation in the market. Still, new trials and innovations are on the way.
A well-known automaker “Morris Garages” also known as MG motors initiated a step that would be beneficial to the automotive markets as well as the enthusiasts willing to come into this line. MG Motor has collaborated with Automotive Skill Development Council (ASDC) and Autobot India to start a workshop training program called “Daksha”. The main motive of this program is to find and polish the skills of new workers for the enhancement of the automobile industry. The industry needs to have advanced and extremely skilled manpower to achieve the goals that every other innovative mind is thinking in the real world. This program is dedicated towards the specialization in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and electric vehicles, considering them as the real future of automobiles. Humans have already reached the extremes of the rigid and hardware innovations and it’s time for the software technologies to handover it.
This partnership between MG motor and ASDC and Autobot India is dedicated to the MG’s vision of CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric) concept which is designed to concentrate moreover high end automobiles and cars with advanced features. This workshop would be opening new gates for the new workers and would be providing a new vision to the upcoming innovations in the automotive industry. The eight-module training programme will provide exclusive skill development courses to engineering students that are willing to step into the automobile industry. Due to COVID pandemic, this training will be provided online for some time and case study and best practices will be included later.
Whatever kind of technology it be, the growth of the industry is taking the speed. For these advanced hybrid and electric vehicles technology students need to be nourished for an efficient future. The company said that ITI, diploma, as well as engineering students, will be trained to catch the level of competition being fought right now so that they can perform an efficient job and can carry innovations to an advanced level. Initiatives like this also increase employment for the youngsters.
“The Dakshata programme is an initiative that will enable young students to develop relevant skills on futuristic technologies and become self-reliant, thereby empowering them for a brighter future and further strengthen the goal of fulfilling a broader vision of Skill India,” MG Motor India Chief Corporate Affairs Officer Yash Yadav said.
“We thank MG Motor for collaborating with us for the Dakshata programme, which is part of our shared vision of building a sustainable skilling ecosystem in the automotive industry,” ASDC Chairman Nikunj Sanghi said.
CEO of Autobot India Ashwini Tiwari also said in the support of the program that the dream of high-end technologies also needs an advanced skill set to carry the legacy advancing yourself technically and it could take automotive to a different level.