MG Motor India said today that it had inked two Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with the Government of Gujarat as part of its community-focused programs for schools and the general public. The first MoU was signed with ‘Kaushalya, The Skill University,’ a state government institution aimed at developing youth ‘Skill Smart,’ as part of the company’s MG Nurture initiative. The other MoU was signed as part of the MG SEWA project with the Gujarat Labour Welfare Board. The Board was given an ambulance (Mobile Medicare Unit: MMU) to aid in its outreach of welfare services.
Shri Balvantsinh Chandansinh Rajput – Hon’ble Cabinet Minister of Industries, Civil Aviation, Labour and Employment, Govt. of Gujarat, Dr Anju Sharma, IAS – Additional Chief Secretary, Labour, Skill Development and Employment, Director General of Kaushalya – The Skill University, Govt. of Gujarat, Shri Anupam Anand, IAS – Labour Commissioner and Director of Skill Development, Govt. of Gujarat, Smt.
Government of Gujarat
MG Nurture is a student empowerment program that strives to bridge the gap between academia and industry. The program involves 25 colleges and aims to upskill 20,000 students. It focuses on developing future-ready skills in engineering institutions and ITIs across India by providing hands-on training in Electric Vehicles (EV) and Connected Vehicles. The effort intends to improve not only technical capabilities but also soft skills and mentorship, preparing students for future difficulties. Internships and real-world experiences are included in the program, allowing students to gain practical knowledge in a professional setting.
The community involvement effort MG Sewa has been a driving force for societal transformation, fostering diversity, inclusiveness, and general development for equitable and collaborative growth. After four years, the program continues to contribute to the comprehensive and constructive development of the community in which it operates. MG Sewa’s activities include child education, skill development, and long-term employment for economically underprivileged women, as well as medical care for the underserved. Its social endeavors also include sanitizing elderly people’s cars during a global pandemic, creating jobs for women to enable a sustainable existence, and providing assistance to local healthcare facilities, among other things. So far, the initiative has funded the education of almost 60,000 female students.