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It is good news for the Indian jobseekers that Government of India is now making a blueprint to create specialised workforce for the electric mobility industry. The blueprint aims at generating 10 million jobs under the National Electric Mobility Mission plan.
According to the sources, the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship is in the process of preparing the program to provide adequate manpower to the electric mobility industry. The program includes creating a skilled and trained workforce for design and testing, battery manufacturing and management, sales, services and infrastructure of electric vehicles in the country.
Sources said that the ministry will also administer and supervise the creation of this specialised workforce in an intended and time-bound manner. The central government has directed all stakeholder ministries and related-sector skill councils such as automotive, power and the director-general of training for the curriculum. The strategy is to move all initiatives to one common platform to realize the desired results in a time-bound manner.
In 2013, Government of India had initiated the National Electric Mobility Mission Plan with an objective to put 6-7 million electric vehicles on roads by 2020 and targeting to achieving 30% e-mobility in the country by 2030.
This article first appeared on urbantransportnews.com
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