India Yamaha to set up Yamaha Training Schools at Government Polytechnics and ITIs, signs MoU

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India Yamaha Motor (IYM) has signed an MoU with the Directorate of Technical Education in the presence of Vinod Tawadeji, Minister of Higher & Technical Education, Government of Maharashtra and other Government faculties (involved in quality improvement of technical education), to set up Yamaha Training Schools (YTS) at Government Technical Colleges / Polytechnics in Maharashtra. Yamaha is setting up YTSs all over India under its CSR activity to train relatively indigent youngsters including girls with minimum education.

The MoU was signed on the eve of ‘Make in Maharashtra’, during the Make in India Week, to achieve the skill development objective for employability of Indian technical youngsters. With this, Yamaha becomes the first and only two-wheeler manufacturer to offer this unique course certified by the Government of Maharashtra in partnering with Government run institutes.

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At YTS, training is given through theory and practical lessons about Yamaha’s technology in order to make technical doctors out of the students, who shall be ready for employment at various Yamaha dealerships post the course. The students will also receive a Government recognized certificate that will help them gain a secured future. The first YTS in Maharashtra was set up in Government Polytechnic at Aurangabad in 2014.

Yamaha will be setting up more such Yamaha Training Schools in Government Technical Colleges / Polytechnics. Next, YTS shall be set up in the Government Polytechnic College at Pune, which will be the fifth YTS in the state and the second with the Government of Maharashtra Technical College. As on date, Yamaha has signed 27 MoUs for Yamaha Training Schools all over India.

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