Tata Motors has partnered with Finance Collective Good Foundation (CGF), Code To launch the project Aspiration. The project is designed as a holistic and comprehensive development program that covers important aspects such as financial literacy, entrepreneurship, career-related skills as well as life skills.
Under the project Aspiration, The brand will provide skill-based training to more than 25,000 commercial vehicle drivers in India over the next three years in line with the National Skill India Mission. The focus will be on increasing the quality of training not only to ensure high impact by increasing the scale of training year after year, but also to ensure that drivers are not only ready but also ready to improve in any environment. .
“The Indian commercial vehicle driver community is severely underdeveloped and vulnerable to security issues. Equipping them with skills that can help them build sustainable enterprises is a high priority in our country. Focusing on important aspects of their lives – professional, health and financial, we are confident that we can change their attitudes and practices towards their profession, colleagues and the wider industry. This partnership will greatly benefit the driving community, empower them by acquiring relevant skills and potentially lead them towards entrepreneurship or community entrepreneurship, ”said Priya Naik, co-founder, Samhita.
The program will be a combination of academic and practical sessions to help drivers acquire relevant skills. So far training has been conducted in 15 cities including Ambala, Anuppur, Bhojpur, Guwahati, Gwalior, Hyderabad, Lakhimpur, Lucknow, Mumbai, Muzaffarpur, Nammakkal, Patna, Pune, Vizag and Vijayawada, covering more than 8000 drivers.
With input from PTI.
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