Bosch, Bharath Univ partner

Launches training centre in Chennai

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Bosch, in collaboration with Bharath University, has opened a training centre in Chennai. The centre will impart training in the areas of diesel systems, gasoline systems, diagnostics, auto electricals, to name a few

Bosch, in collaboration with Bharath University has opened a training centre in Chennai. Located inside the premises of Bharath University the joint certification centre was inaugurated on 14 March 2016. The event was attended by S Jagatrakshagan, founder chairman, Bharath University; J Sandeep Anand, president, Bharath University; M Pon-
navaikko, vice-chancellor, Bharath University; and Abhijit Kallianpur, senior general manager, Automotive Service Solutions, Bosch India.

Spread across 3,600 square feet, the joint certification centre has been set up to provide quality training to students. The centre will impart training in the areas of diesel systems, gasoline systems, diagnostics,  auto electricals, to name a few. With an aim to impart quality skills that would help the youth of India build a sustainable future, the training material has been developed and provided by Bosch. The centre has been equipped with the latest Bosch equipment, such as, fuel injection test bench, auto electrical test bench, diagnostic scanner, vehicle lift among others. The training centre will provide joint certification programmes to students of Bharath University, technicians and service personnel alike. On an average 100 training programmes will be conducted every year.

Commenting on the inauguration of the technical centre, Vijay Pandey, regional president, Automotive Aftermarket, Bosch, said, “In the Automotive Aftermarket sector, Bosch is among the highest generators of employment. However, given India’s insufficient labour pool there is a need to build on the country’s employability level, the same has also been identified by the Government of India which has initiated the Skill India programme. To address this concern Bosch has collaborated with Bharath University in Chennai to offer quality training programmes. Our joint vision is to ensure the youth of India is able to build a sustainable future.”

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