The Indian automotive landscape is evolving and with the growing stature of the industry, better resources in the form of skilled employees, is the need of the hour. According to the Automotive Mission Plan 2026, the Indian auto industry will be among the top three in the world in terms of engineering, manufacturing and export of vehicles as well as auto components. This will be in line with global standards growing in value to over 12 percent of India’s GDP and generating an additional 65 million jobs. However, even as the population of engineering graduates multiplies every year, given the mushrooming of technical institutes throughout the country, the automotive industry faces a major challenge of finding employable resources. The issue of quality versus quantity haunts the Indian automotive industry and while a lot has to be done by academic institutes to improve quality of students graduating every year, the industry too needs to interact more with the academia in order to groom students as prospective employees. Highlighting this need for better collaboration between the automotive industry and academic institutions, Autocar Professional, in collaboration with the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) and sponsored by the Varroc Group, organised a day-long seminar… Read full this story
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