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Tata Motors collaborates with Symbiosis International.

Auto Business News-December 21, 2017--Tata Motors collaborates with Symbiosis International

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Auto Business News - 21 December 2017

Tata Motors (NYSE: TTM), an India-based automaker, has collaborated with Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune through an MoU.

The collaboration is aimed at developing talent at multiple levels in the organisation and to help provide avenues for collaborative research, content development and knowledge exchange between industry and academia. The MoU has been signed for 6 years.

Gajendra Chandel, chief human resources officer, Tata Motors, said, 'Business landscape has become very dynamic in the current age that's shaping and being shaped more and more by technology and social media. Hence, it is important for us to prepare a world-class, competent, strategic yet flexible mind-set and innovative managerial talent to lead this change. This partnership with Symbiosis International (Deemed University) is envisaged as mutually rewarding that will help us not only push the boundaries of learning for our managers but also build case studies and related teaching capabilities. When industry and academia work in tandem to push the frontiers of knowledge coupled with real time applications, they become a powerful engine for innovation and value creation leading to higher economic growth. We are simultaneously gearing up to roll-out more such collaborative tie-ups with Academia to develop industry-ready resources.'

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