Setting an example in the country and allowing the underprivileged/poor sections of the society to find a rescue line in their lives, Yamaha recently inaugurated a one of a kind Yamaha Training School in Mumbai. The special school from Yamaha will function alongside the Bosco Boys Welfare Society located in Borivali, Mumbai. It's main aim would be to empower the students with adequate knowledge, specific for the industrial needs, which helps secure a job in the future.
The Bosco Boys Welfare Society, a partner organization of the much larger Don Bosco Development Society, has been working to provide a better future for many of the kids coming from poorer backgrounds prevalent in the society. Students from the economically backward sections will be given basic education and allied facilities, while the underprivileged get technical education which will help them secure a job. Yamaha said that they will be absorbed by the company as two-wheeler technicians working at various dealerships. Inaugurating the school was Yamaha Motor India's Managing Director Masaki Asano, where he emphasized that there was a tremendous shortage of skilled workers in the automobile sector, while the country is witnessing many number of people on the path to unemployment. He said that with this partnership, Yamaha is willing to bridge the gap and employ a large workforce that will work towards not only the betterment of the company as a whole, but improve the national background too.
The initiative by Yamaha will give economically backward and underprivileged sections of the society a chance to build its a firm future in the years to come. Upon completion of the course from Yamaha Training School (YTS), a certificate will be awarded to each student. Yamaha deserves a huge amount of respect for coming up with such an innovative and helpful idea, and we do hope other manufacturers gather inspiration from this.
Yamaha opens a dedicated technical training school for the underprivilged and financially weaker sections of society
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