ASDC appoints F R Singhvi President, Vinkesh Gulati as Vice President

F R Singhvi's appointment as President follows the successful tenure of Vinod Aggarwal (President SIAM and MD & CEO, Volvo Eicher Commercial Vehicles Ltd). 

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F R Singhvi and Vinkesh Gulati

F R Singhvi and Vinkesh Gulati

Automotive Skills Development Council (ASDC), the sole sector skill council in India supported by the Indian automobile industry, announced the nomination of Auto component industry veteran F R Singhvi, as its next President. Concurrently, Vinkesh Gulati has been appointed as Vice President. 

F R Singhvi's appointment as President follows the successful tenure of Vinod Aggarwal (President SIAM and MD & CEO, Volvo Eicher Commercial Vehicles Ltd). 

With over 39 years of professional experience and a background as a Chartered Accountant, F R Singhvi is the co-promoter and the Joint Managing Director of Sansera Engineering Ltd. Over the years, he has been actively driving initiatives at the Automotive Components Manufacturers Association (ACMA), where he leads Pillar 3 programmes encompassing ACT, Skilling and Mentoring, HR, YBLF and representing ACMA in ASDC Governing Council.

"I have been part of ASDC and excited to lead it in its endeavours to skill, upskill, and reskill the personnel within the automotive industry. ASDC has grown into a vital institution, significantly contributing to the auto sector through its various skill-based initiatives," said F R Singhvi. 

Vinkesh Gulati said, "ASDC has built a strong foundation over the years. We have achieved significant milestones, with robust industry and ecosystem engagement. Additionally, ASDC has actively participated in G20 discussions on the future of work. I look forward to taking this forward in my new capacity."

Outgoing President Vinod Aggarwal concluded by saying, "I sincerely appreciated the opportunity to serve as President ASDC over the past two years, during which ASDC drove several pathbreaking initiatives. Looking ahead, the Indian Automotive industry will play a key role during India’s transformation in its Amrut Kaal by incorporating sustainable technologies and modern practices. I am confident that based on its rigorous curriculum and outreach, ASDC’s training will play a pivotal role in supporting India’s youthful workforce in the coming years." 

 

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