Tata Motors partners with Graphic Era Hill University to train its employees in EV technology
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Tata Motors partners with Graphic Era Hill University to train its employees in EV technology.

Tata Motors will provide its employees at the Pantnagar Plant with a sponsored M.Tech degree in EV technology at Graphic Era Hill University (GEHU) in Bhimtal, Uttarakhand.

Tata Motors today announced a partnership with Graphic Era Hill University (GEHU) in Bhimtal, Uttarakhand, to provide an M.Tech degree in EV technology to its employees working at the Pantnagar Plant. The company will sponsor this program to enhance the technical skills of the employees. It will bridge skill gaps that prevail in the automotive industry and create a future-ready organization.

The course comprises 4 semesters, spread over 2 years, which will culminate in a holistic 6-month industrial project. In the two years, employees will undergo comprehensive training in two parts – a theoretical introduction to the curriculum content at Tata Motors’ Pantnagar campus and a series of hands-on experiences at GEHU’s Bhimtal campus. These employees will be mentored by industry experts and trained by technical specialists at Tata Motors and GEHU, Bhimtal, to ensure their competency and confidence to work on-site. Employees will also be awarded a certificate by the university.

Speaking on the occasion Mr. Ravindra Kumar G.P., President & CHRO, Tata Motors, said, “For us at Tata Motors, our greatest asset is our people. We place this value at the heart of our business strategy and are committed to developing a talented workforce with the right skill sets and values, which in turn will create long-term success for us. With our partnership with Graphic Era Hill University, we intend to achieve our vision of shaping new-age talent through continuous learning, thus empowering them and us with the skills to thrive in this rapidly evolving automotive industry. With Tata Motors making significant investments in electric vehicles, this program will assist us in creating a future-ready workforce equipped with the technical capabilities to build next-gen mobility solutions.”

Speaking on the occasion Dr. MC Lohani, Director, Graphic Era Hill University, Uttarakhand Bhimtal Campus, said, “We are pleased to collaborate with Tata Motors in this mutually beneficial initiative that will lead to a rich knowledge exchange and will enable students to align themselves with the latest industry practices. This program will greatly contribute to the development of a diverse talent pool and will benefit those who have expertise in areas where the skills gap is widening.”

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