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Edubridge and IQMS T&D is delighted to announce a new initiative, aimed at increasing the business expertise in the Indian industry. Their aim is to impart vital skills that make graduate,diploma holders and engineers shop floor ready for the manufacturing sector. Edubridge and IQMS T&D understand that the future of India is in the manufacturing sector that will power its rise to a global superpower, and the effect of progress shall be inclusive.
This is an integrated program, which is in vogue with employers. The feedback from industry is that there are some people working in the sector have a strong Auto parts manufacturing background, but little understanding of Quality Management System, and others have strong QMS, but relatively undeveloped manufacturing skills”.
The following industry experts have committed to forming part of the teaching faculty:
Sharadendra Sharma –CEO and Director
Kamlesh Kumar Singh - GM Manufacturiing and QMS Trainer
Chandrahas Sharma - Penal Expert
Raju Kaul - Penal Expert
Dinesh Jain - QMS Experts
Vikram Gaur – Chief mentor Open Source Technologies
This program prepares fresh job seeker, for this growing job market in 6/12 months of curriculum. The formats for Training and Skills development are designed for an all around development of a Technocratic Besides Technical Knowledge the SOFT SKILLS to have been made part of the curriculum. Regular talk would be shared with Experts and Panelists. Industry visits and 2/4 months on the job training would be imparted, to have the feel of large manufacturing organisations. Special efforts are made to invite Trainers from Industry.
Speaking on the occasion Mr.Neeraj Gaur, Chief Operating Officer, said, “We are delighted to announce the launch of our new training courses, we have built up a lot of experience as a manufacturer and feel that we can improve our operations by detailing that knowledge to our users”
India Infoline Research Team / 14:59, May 20, 2015
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