The MoU was signed between Government of Karnataka and Toyota, to impart skill development training to students studying at Government Polytechnic, Joida. Mahesh.N.Salkar, VP, Toyota Kirloskar, R.V.Deshpande, Higher Education Minister, displaying MoU while H.U.Talawar, Director, Department of Technical Education, look on. Photo by ENARADA.COM
ENARADA, Bangalore, October 29, 2014
Final year students of Government Polytechnic students in Joida (a small town in Uttara Kannada District) will get a technical training under ‘Toyota Technical Education Program.’
A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between Government of Karnataka and Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt Ltd., today in Vidhana Soudha.
“The objective of skill development training is to create more job opportunities for the students,” said Minister for Higher Education, R.V.Deshpande.
R.V.Deshpande said, last year Toyota has trained 37 students of Government CPC Polytechnic, Mysore and this year 42 students from Mysore along with 40 students of Joida will be trained.
Mahesh.N.Salkar, Vice President, Customer Service Group, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) said Toyota Motors Corporation, Japan(TMC) conducts programs on various aspects of Automobile manufacturing and servicing to the world wide student community. He further added, TMC has authorised TKM to conduct similar training program in India.