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GIn the premise of Gram Tarang Employability Training Services Pvt. Ltd (GTETS), a social entrepreneurial outreach of Centurion University, India Yamaha Motor Pvt. Ltd, on 13th January, 2015 marked the inauguration of its first Yamaha Training School (YTS) to promote and encourage the economically weaker youth to become self-reliant.
Present at the event, Mr. Masaki Asano, Managing Director, Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. Said: "At present, there is a huge skills gap in the industry as it heads toward an expansion drive. On the other hand, a large number of unskilled youth are pushed towards unemployment which is a hindrance to any nation's development. This partnership is meant to address this very concern by providing a platform to the economically weaker and unemployed youth to obtain a job oriented technical training in two-wheeler repair and servicing that meets industry standards. Upon successful completion of the course, the students will receive a certification by Yamaha Technical Academy at Silver level and Gram Tarang Employability Training Services Pvt. Ltd, Bhubaneswar that will help them to find a suitable employment."
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Ravinder Singh, Vice President, Strategy and Planning, Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. said "As a recognized considerate industry player, we shoulder the responsibility to empower the economically weaker sections of the society especially the youth. We have incorporated many programs in our annual calendar to make a lasting impact on the lives of these young people by making them self-reliant. We signed an MoU with Gram Tarang Employability Training Services (GTETS), Bhubaneswar, Odisha in October 2014 to develop a synergetic partnership and thereby helping deserving students find employment in the automobile sector via impartment of technical training and education. We certainly foresee recruitment opportunities for them at our own dealerships as this will help our dealers in getting quality trained manpower for their business."