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Tata Motors signs MoU with IIT for partnership in edu, research

| | Jamshedpur | in Ranchi

Tata Motors Ltd. signed a Memorandum of Understanding(MoU) with the Indian Institute of Technology (BHU), Varanasi, for the introduction of innovative programs in education and research.

Taking their first steps towards a long journey of technological collaboration, both entities will be working in areas of mutual interest, with an aim to cater to the future engineering needs of the industry and academia.

The MoU has been signed for a period of five years, under which joint R&D projects will also be undertaken towards the development of new technologies in various engineering domains. The signing of the MoU was conducted in the presence of Gajendra Chandel, chief human resource officer, Tata Motors Ltd., and Professor Rajeev Sangal, Director, IIT (BHU).

Speaking on this association, Gajendra Chandel said, “The automotive industry in India is continuously evolving with a rapid shift towards Digital, Analytics, AI, AR, VR etc. which means making connected vehicles and driverless vehicles a reality. With such fast-changing technologies and market conditions, we understand the need to articulate a clear roadmap towards a world-class, competent, talented and innovative workforce. Through this MoU, we intend to have a multi-dimensional partnership with IIT (BHU), which will help us retain our competitive edge and develop next-gen engineering skills, not only within the company but also that of our academic partners with future ready faculties while simultaneously fulfilling our Vision & Mission to create a Future Ready organization.”

He further added, “This partnership will help us bridge the gap between academic excellence and business know-how, to create industry ready resources. This also supports the Government’s ‘Make in India’, ‘Skill India’ and ‘Startup India’ program, preparing the Indian industry to compete at a global platform.” Speaking on the occasion, Prof. Rajeev Sangal, IIT (BHU) Varanasi Director, said, “We look forward to partnering with Tata Motors in this uniquely collaborative program.

The partnership will enable joint research in specific areas which will feed into the future products of Tata Motors, as well as advanced training of students.

The faculty and students will greatly benefit by exposure to current industry practices and the roadmap of the future growth of the industry. We are looking that at the end of the program we will have created a talent pool which is ahead of the curve, acquiring advanced knowledge, and narrowing the skills-gap."




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