Tata Motors to train automobile technicians

Our Bureau Hyderabad | Updated on August 02, 2013 Published on August 02, 2013

Tata Motors has announced an initiative under Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu (RYK) with Gram Tarang Employability Training Services to develop job-specific skills. The aim is to make youth employable in automobile services across Andhra Pradesh. The initiative will establish a well-equipped workshop and e-learning lab with computers loaded with self-learning modules (in Telugu, Hindi and English), to provide trainees with hands-on experience in assembling and disassembling.

The skilled and knowledgeable set of trained youth would work for Tata Motors’ growing commercial vehicle network, said Sanjeev Garg, Global Head-Customer Care, Commercial Vehicle business unit of the company.

Gram Tarang is a social entrepreneurial outreach of Centurion University, offering placement-linked training at its premises in Rajendranagar, Hyderabad.

In the long run, Gram Tarang aims to provide job-ready auto technicians to service dealers across Andhra Pradesh under the RYK programme. ITI candidates can approach Gram Tarang at

Published on August 02, 2013
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