MG Motor India stays focused on upskilling students under its MG Nurture initiative

MG Motor India stays focused on upskilling students under its MG Nurture initiative

Accelerates hands-on experience and exposure to advanced vehicle technologies

MG (Morris Garages), a British automobile brand with a 100-year-old legacy, presented the MG Hector to the students of the CAEV (Connected Autonomous Electric Vehicles) programme at G H Patel College of Engineering and Technology college in Anand, Gujarat. This gesture falls under the umbrella of MG Nurture, an integral aspect of MG India's community focus to expedite skill development and foster technical upskilling for bridging the industry-academia gap. MG also felicitated 17 exceptional students of the CAEV program, instilling them further with confidence as they prepare to make a career in the automotive industry.

The Hector SUV, India’s first internet SUV comes with ADAS Level 2 and a host of more than 75 Connected features that will equip young talents with practical insights and operational expertise needed to excel in the automotive industry.

Sameer Jindal, Director, VAVE (Value Addition and Value Engineering), MG Motor India, said, "MG Motor is committed to creating a positive change for stakeholders across the board. Our MG Nurture initiative takes this promise a step further by nurturing the next generation’s skills, building a strong knowledge foundation, and making them future-ready for the automotive industry. Through our academic tie-ups with institutions across the country, offering elective courses designed to provide students with immersive learning experiences, we aim to contribute in our own way help India cultivate a future-ready ecosystem."

Er. Bhikhubhai Patel, President CVM University and Chairman Charutar Vidya Mandale, said "We welcome this gesture by MG India and appreciate their dedication to upskilling. This is the era of connected autonomous vehicle technology and this is a great opportunity for our students to get hands-on learning experiences and insights into the automotive sector for these advance technologies of CAEV program."

The vision of MG Nurture is to upskill over 100,000 students by 2025. With a commitment to continuous learning, the focus is on empowering the youth to make meaningful contributions to society. Students who benefit from this initiative are poised to emerge as substantial contributors to India's automotive industry, forming a workforce prepared for the opportunities of tomorrow.