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Maruti Suzuki partners Government of Haryana to set up State’s first Japan-India Institute for Manufacturing (JIM)


Maruti Suzuki partners Government of Haryana to set up State’s first Japan-India Institute for Manufacturing (JIM)

New Delhi, January 28, 2019: Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with Government of Haryana to set up Japan-India Institute for Manufacturing (JIM), a model ITI, at Uncha Majra village in Gurugram district.

The MoA was signed by Mr Devender Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Skill Development & Industrial Training, Government of Haryana and Mr A K Tomer, Executive Director, Corporate Planning, Maruti Suzuki.

JIM Uncha Majra will be equipped with modern classrooms and latest training tools and equipment, including mini vehicle assembly line. Industry experts will impart training in eight trades related to automobile manufacturing, maintenance and service. Besides the core curriculum prescribed by NCVT, JIM will groom students in values of safety, quality, discipline, punctuality, Kaizen and other Japanese shop floor practices.

Japan-India Institute for Manufacturing (JIM) is born out of a collaboration between the Governments of Japan and India to create a pool of skilled manpower for manufacturing in India. It follows from a Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) signed in 2016 between Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Government of Japan (METI) and Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India (MSDE), for a “Manufacturing Skill Transfer Promotion Programme” to train 30,000 youths in India over 10 years.

Government of Haryana has provided land and building for the JIM at Uncha Majra. Maruti Suzuki will provide equipment, training modules and trained teachers, and will manage the institute.

Mr. A. K. Tomer, Executive Director, Corporate Planning, Maruti Suzuki India Limited, said, “We are happy to partner with the Government of Haryana to set up the State’s first Japan-India Institute for Manufacturing, a model ITI. Maruti Suzuki shares the Haryana Government’s commitment to train and develop youth so that they can benefit from the growing economic opportunities in the State. While the State Government has provided land and building, Maruti Suzuki will offer latest equipment and tools, employ industry experts as trainers and ensure students are trained in quality, safety, discipline, kaizen and other Japanese practices so that they are employable and have a sound long-term career.”


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