India’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki is planning to add 10 more Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in order to meet the ongoing demand of manpower at the dealership and future needs. The company will also invest Rs 10 crore at the existing ITIs to equip them with modern equipment and facility.
The company is already working with 141 ITIs across 27 states in India to meet the manpower needs at its dealerships and service network across India. Every year 6,000 students who enroll into the ITI professional course for automobiles get practical and theoretical training from Maruti Suzuki.
The carmaker helps students to become industry ready with different kinds of training which are held at the ITI. For this, the carmaker invests in infrastructure development (offering tools and equipment, latest vehicles, engine cut sections, etc), provides full time and part time trainers for a different kind of training to ITI students. Out of total 6,000 students who undergo the Maruti Suzuki training, more than 2,500 students get placed at Maruti dealerships across India.
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