New Delhi: Electronic Sector Skill Council of India (ESSCI) under the aegis of Government of India’s Skill Ministry, has partnered with Daikin Japanese Institute of Manufacturing Excellence (DJIME), a not-for-profit educational institute set up by Daikin Air-conditioning India Pvt Ltd. as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility. The strategic collaboration will empower skill development and certification of technicians, paving their way to build an enterprising career in the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning) sector. DJIME offers training programs that consist of a combined curriculum with on-the-job training, HVAC technical know-how, soft-skills training & Japanese manufacturing processes training.
The MoU was signed and exchanged between Mr KanwalJeetJawa, Chairman & MD, Daikin India and Dr Abhilasha Gaur, Chief Operating Officer, Electronics Sector Skills Council of India in the presence of other dignitaries from Daikin and ESSCI in Neemrana.
Expressing her views Dr Abhilasha Gaur, Chief Operating Officer, ESSCI said, “This collaboration with DJIME is a step towards fulfilling the need for skilled workforce in India and narrowing the existing gap between the demand and supply of the future skills. As thought leaders in the skilling sector, we consider it our responsibility to foster an ecosystem for growth and adoption of vocational & skill education. I am confident that this association with DJIME will pave the way for a more skilled workforce in the air-conditioning industry”. Aimed at creating talented and technically skilled professionals for the air conditioning industry, DJIME’s collaboration with the Sector Skill Council will empower the youth to find jobs, earn livelihood and create a better future for themselves. Under this agreement, DJIME would run courses for RAC Field Technicians, RAC Field Engineer etc. These courses would be accredited by ESSCI (Electronic Sector Skills Council of India), under the NSQF (National Skill Qualification Framework) and in alignment with existing QP (Qualification Packs) and NOS (National Occupation Standards) for various job roles in the HVAC industry. The MoU will also seek to affiliate DJIME as a Training Partner for the Government of India’s Skill Ministry and would confer certification in compliance to NCVET (National Council for Vocational Education Training).
On this occasion, Mr K J Jawa, Chairman & MD, Daikin India said, “Our program addresses Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s clarion call to focus on the skill development of youth. Through this MoU with ESSCI, we will provide talented youths with certification. Skilling, upskilling and reskilling are key tools in not just empowering the country’s workforce but also in creating a talent pool that is employable. I am certain that this collaboration holds huge growth potential. At Daikin, we are known for our exceptional quality products that stem from developing world-class people, processes, and infrastructure. We are continuously growing and adapting to the changing needs and dynamics of the air conditioning industry and are delighted that DJIME is contributing skilled manpower to the industry.”
Through Daikin’s huge network of production bases, sales, service centers and channel partners, Daikin would look to provide employment opportunities to the certified DJIME students, consistent with Daikin’s strategy of ‘Skilling for the Industry’ and ‘Benefit of Society’.
About Daikin Japanese Institute of Manufacturing Excellence
Daikin Japanese Institute of Manufacturing Excellence (DJIME) is a not-for-profit skill development institute created by Daikin Air-conditioning India Pvt Ltd (DAIPL), a 100% subsidiary of Daikin Industries Limited (DIL), Japan. DJIME was formed as part of JIM (Japan-India Institute for Manufacturing) agreement, signed between the Honourable PMs of India and Japan in 2016, that sought to develop Indian youth on Japanese manufacturing practices. The objective of DJIME is to contribute to society by making people industry-employable enabling them to make their living, through means of skilling, reskilling and upskilling, thus empowering the youth of this country. DJIME is affiliated and accredited by Ministry of Economic, Trade and Industry (METI), Japan and ESSCI (Electronics Sector Skills Council of India).
About Electronic Sector Skill Council of India
Electronics Sector Skills Council of India (ESSCI) is a not-for-profit organization, registered under the Indian Companies Act, 1956.The council has been promoted by six associations i.e. CEAMA, ELCINA, IESA (formerly ISA), IPCA, MAIT & ELCOMA. Vision of ESSCI is to facilitate a world-class eco-system for developing a future ready workforce in the Electronics System Design & Manufacturing Sector. Mission of ESSCI is to become a global leader in skill development in Electronics by aligning to the product lifecycle – Design, Manufacturing & Service through blended Skilling, R&D, Innovation & adoption of state of the art technologies to reach masses and lead to the growth of the ESDM sector.’
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