Tata Motors Joins Amity University, UP To Provide M Tech Degree In EV Technology

Mobility Outlook Bureau
24 Jun 2022
06:30 PM
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This company-sponsored programme aims to enhance employees’ technical skills, thereby bridging skill gaps in the automotive industry and creating a future-ready organisation.

Tata Motors

Homegrown vehicle maker Tata Motors on Friday announced its partnership with Amity University, Uttar Pradesh Lucknow campus to provide M Tech degree in EV technology to its employees working at the Lucknow Plant. The course comprises four semesters, spread over two years, culminating in a six-month comprehensive industrial project.

This company-sponsored programme aims at enhancing employees’ technical skills, thereby bridging skill gaps that prevail in the automotive industry and creating a future-ready organisation, a press release from the company stated.

It added that employees enrolled for the M Tech programme will undergo comprehensive training that is designed in two parts, including technical orientation delivered through theoretical and practical sessions to be conducted at Tata Motors campus and Amity University Lucknow campus, respectively.

The company said that these employees will be mentored and guided by industry leaders and will engage in practice sessions that entail significant business projects. Further to periodic assessment and on successful completion of the programme, a certificate will be awarded by Amity University Lucknow Campus, it added.

Ravindra Kumar G P, President & CHRO, Tata Motors, said, “With Tata Motors making significant investments in electric vehicles, this course will only enable our employees to keep up with the pace of technological advancement and have a deeper grasp of EV technology transition and other cutting-edge technologies.”

Prof (Dr) Sunil Dhaneshwar, Pro Vice Chancellor, Amity University, Uttar Pradesh Lucknow Campus, said, “This programme will help us develop a talent pool that would have an edge, equipped with advanced knowledge, and a narrowing skills gap.”

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