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Old 14th July 2015, 13:34   #1
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Default NEEM: Skill development programme from Tata Motors and NTTF

Tata Motors in association with Nettur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF) has launched the National Employability Enhancement Mission (NEEM) - a nationwide skills enhancement initiative of Government of India.

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This initiative offers a 2 year, certificate programme in automobile manufacturing and aims to enhance employability through an objective of learn and earn. Tata Motors will bear all the expenses of training cost, fees of the selected candidates during the period of training. NTTF will provide technical inputs over two years and hand hold the youth to be industry ready.

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The course is designed into two parts – technical orientation delivered through class room sessions and on-the-job training in the world-class manufacturing facility. The program is divided under four semesters, each focusing on different kind of skill set. The NEEM trainees will be trained in various aspects of automobile technology spread over four semesters.

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During the first six weeks the trainees will be groomed on the behavioural skills combined with culture building at the NTTF Campus. Thereafter, they will be taken through on-the-job training jointly by NTTF and Tata Motors at the Dharwad plant. The course will give importance to enhancing practical knowledge and improving the skill level of the candidates. Theoretical classes will be held at NTTF.

The candidates will be mentored and guided by industry leaders. They will be assessed periodically and on successful completion of the program, a certificate will be awarded jointly by NTTF and Tata Motors Ltd.

The NEEM trainee will have the choice and freedom to migrate to any other industry after the completion of the course.
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This is a very good step by NTTF and TATA. A combination like this will impart much more practical orientation to one than a purely educational institution course. Any idea if this course is aimed at those who have completed plus two or those who have completed graduation or diploma in engineering.
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Superb initiative . If implemented properly, there will so many benefits, cant imagine how many - like boosting employ-ability of youth, ensuring supply of right talent to support the plans of manufacturers who are planning to make India their manufacturing/ export hub and open ways for those interested in a career in Auto industry but cant afford actual a full fledged engineering degree.

Also happy with the fact that its initiated by Tata, the name itself brings in a good mix of credibility and corporate result orientation.

BTW, Do we know of the eligibility criteria and how many candidates will be enrolled per year ??
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