Tata Motors At KU For Training, Recruitment Drive

KL Report

SRINAGAR

The Centre for Career Planning and Counseling – the University of Kashmir today organized a recruitment drive by TATA Motors for its authorized dealers on for the position of ‘Trainee Workshop Managers’.

A team of senior executives headed by Alpa G Mishra, Head, Development and Training TATA- Motors along with the representatives of various dealers visited the University for Recruitment.

As pr a statement Alpa presented a brief overview of the company during the inaugural session and said that “TATA-Motors is one of the premier automobile company of the Country. It has a global presence and diverse range of products.

She said that company intends to recruit Graduate/Diploma Engineers from Mechanical, Automobile/Production disciplines from the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The selected candidates will undergo intensive training on technical and managerial skill development in the first six months in reputed educational institutes and TATA-Motors training centers. During the training period the selected candidates will receive stipend and boarding and logging will also be provided to them.

After successful completion of the training programme the candidates will also receive certificates from TATA-Motors and would be placed with various dealerships of TATA-Motors, across 50 cities in India as ‘Assistant Workshop Managers’. This training programme coupled with placement opportunities will greatly enhance the skill set of these candidates and provide them a growth oriented career path.”

Vice Chancellor KU Prof Talat Ahmad while inaugurating recruitment drive by Tata Motors said that “the competitiveness our economy in the future will depend on innovations and creativity and the large amount of scholarship has indicated that the role of higher education is crucial in the whole process. There is a need to provide students with intellectual training to be able to succeed in a global business world.”

While appreciating the role of TATA-Motors for taking this initiative, Prof Talat has expressed the hope that this will also motivate other major auto players to visit the Valley for recruitment. We are working on all fronts to enhance employability of the students to create better job opportunities for them.

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