Jamshedpur: Working as an employability enabler, Tata Steel has been imparting vocational skills linking youth to the entry-level organised sector jobs. The objective is to convert potential talent pool into a trained and readily employable workforce. Utilising a pool of resource persons, Urban Services, a unit of Corporate Relations, Tata Steel has been conducting in-house trainings on various trades.
Nayi Disha is a joint initiative of Urban Services, Tata Steel, and Tata Cummins to impart employability training, mechanic training, to the unemployed youth of Jamshedpur. The year-long training programme comprises modules like familiarization to processes in Assembly, Test and Paint (ATP), Engine Quality Audit (EQA), Test Cell and Re-work, Personality Development, Safety, Basics of Internal Combustion(IC) Engine etc.
A total of 15 students from urban bastis, within the catchment areas of community centres, were enrolled for the training programme which concluded on April 28, 2014. All the candidates were successfully recruited by Boudhiya Motors Ranchi and Mithla Motors, Jamshedpur.
Convocation ceremony for successful students was held on 28th April, 2014 at Tata Cummins Conference Hall. S S Pathak, Deputy Labour Commissioner, Jamshedpur, graced the occasion as the chief guest and gave certificates to the successful candidates. The programme was also followed by the launch of 3rd batch in which 25 trainees have been enrolled.