Automotive Skill Development Council showcases skilling initiatives at Bharat Mobility Expo

The expo served as a platform for ASDC to talk about EV battery manufacturing, battery safety, recycling, as well as EV charging and battery swapping.

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Automotive Skill Development Council showcases skilling initiatives at Bharat Mobility Expo

Automotive Skill Development Council (ASDC), operating under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, showcased its skilling initiatives at the Bharat Mobility Expo, the stalls of which were visited by  Dr Pawan Goenka (former president ASDC), Vinkesh Gulati (VP ASDC), and other industry veterans paid a visit. 

The expo served as a platform for ASDC to talk about EV battery manufacturing, battery safety, recycling, as well as EV charging and battery swapping.

FR Singhvi, ASDC President and Joint Managing Director, Sansera Engineering stated, "This expo aligns with PM Narendra Modi's vision for a greener India, focusing on advanced energy storage, green hydrogen, and e-mobility technologies. The battery is the core of this industry."

Citing the India Battery Manufacturing Vision, Mr Singhvi projected the creation of over 2.6 million jobs and a USD 35 billion investment by 2035. Highlighting the surge in EV sales in India as a cleaner and more efficient alternative, he emphasised the government's ambitious target of achieving 30% electrification of India’s vehicle fleet by 2030.

Vinkesh Gulati, Vice President of ASDC, referred to the Economic Survey of 2023, predicting substantial growth in India’s domestic EV market. He stated, "With a projected 49% CAGR between 2022 and 2030, the EV market is poised to achieve an annual sales figure of 10 million units by 2030. The establishment of in-house battery pack assembly facilities by most EV OEMs will create new job opportunities for skilled professionals."

ASDC highlighted the importance of hiring individuals with the right skill levels, assessed and certified by independent bodies like ASDC, to retain talent. The stall also addressed challenges in recruitment, including geographical and expectation mismatches.

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