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Yamaha to train 50 students as future shop floor leaders

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Jul 24, 2018, 6:18 am IST
Updated Jul 24, 2018, 6:18 am IST
The entire program is monitored by a Steering Committee in India.
During the induction ceremony, the students were explained about the four year program which comprises of 2 year Certificate Program in Manufacturing Technology followed by a 2 year Diploma Program.
 During the induction ceremony, the students were explained about the four year program which comprises of 2 year Certificate Program in Manufacturing Technology followed by a 2 year Diploma Program.

Chennai: The Yamaha Motor NTTF Training Center (YNTC) has announced the induction of 50 students for the 2nd batch on Monday for the academic year 2018-22, to train them as future shop floor leaders with the Japanese style of manufacturing and working methods.

YNTC is the first Japan-India Institute of Manufacturing (JIM) established in Chennai in 2017in collaboration with the Governments of Japan and India along with Japanese companies to create a pool of skilled manpower for manufacturing units in India.

 

During the induction ceremony, the students were explained about the four year program which comprises of 2 year Certificate Program in Manufacturing Technology followed by a 2 year Diploma Program. The program will focus on the practical skills in Japanese-style manufacturing, covering nine main areas: motorcycle assembly, parts control, paint, welding, casting, machining (in both aluminum and steel), quality control, and utility techniques.

Speaking on the occasion, Riuji Kawashima, Deputy MD, IYM said, “YNTC was established last year with an objective to target young people residing in the rural areas in India with limited resources and who have the potential to learn and enhance their skills. We are gradually moving towards building a skilled work force which can meet the industry demands and further contribute towards the Skill India Mission launched by the Indian Government.”

YNTC runs a four-year program in Manufacturing Technology in association with Nettur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF), Vellore an educational foundation aimed at promoting technical education for youth in India. NTTF is responsible for imparting the classroom training whereas IYM provides on-the-job training to the selected students. The entire program is monitored by a Steering Committee in India.

“YNTC was established last year with an objective to target young people residing in the rural areas in India with limited resources and who have the potential to learn and enhance their skills. We are gradually moving towards building a skilled work force which can meet the industry demands and further contribute towards the Skill India Mission launched by the Indian Government”

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