Maruti Suzuki, in organisation with Ganpat University, orderly a “Certificate Ceremony” for a initial collection of students from Japan-India Institute for Manufacturing (JIM) in Mehsana, Gujarat. A sum of 254 students perceived a “Certificate of Course Completion” for skills in Japanese Manufacturing Practices and Processes, during a Maruti Suzuki upheld institute. Japan-India Institute for Manufacturing during Ganpat Vidyanagar, Mehsana, is partial of a company’s Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives for ability development. Maruti Suzuki has invested over Rs. 6 crores in environment adult and using a JIM, Mehsana.
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Congratulating a students Mr. Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director CEO, Maruti Suzuki India Limited, pronounced “I am happy to see a swell we have done here during JIM in only a year. My heartiest congratulations to a students, teachers and a staff of JIM. Skill growth during JIM is focused on employability. Besides a core technical skills, we husband a students in Japanese Manufacturing Practices and Process that are really critical for a chairman to attain in today’s flourishing vehicle industry. These values of discipline, punctuality, Kaizen will element their technical skills and heed them from a rest. We trust that JIM during Mehsana is set to offer as a indication for ITI preparation in a country. JIM will minister to Skill India and assistance girl find a beneficial employment.”
Dr. M S Sharma, Director General, Ganpat University, said, “JIM is an glorious instance of government, attention and educational hospital entrance together for a inhabitant cause. Ganpat University is happy to be an critical partner in this initiative. As a heading manufacturer Maruti Suzuki understands a attention requirement and helps us redefine a training curriculum. This has helped students during JIM to acquire a right skills, both technical as good as soothing skills, and do their dreams of removing a fascinating employment.” The certificates were awarded by Mr. Ryoji Noda, Consul-General of Japan in Mumbai, Mr. Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director CEO and Mr. A K Tomer, Executive Director, Maruti Suzuki India Limited along with Dr. M S Sharma, Director General, Ganpat University.