NPTC Group Electric Vehicle Training Programme in India

Logos of NPTC Group of Colleges, Grwp Llandrillo Menai and Geethanjali College

NPTC Group of Colleges is collaborating with Grwp Llandrillo Menai to deliver a brand-new Electric Vehicle Training Programme to Geethanjali College of Engineering and Technology in India. This project has been supported by Global Wales and has opened up the opportunity for two Electric Vehicle experts, one from NPTC Group and one from Grwp Llandrillo Menai, to visit India to deliver this EV Training Programme.

By NPTC Group and Grwp Llandrillo Menai forming this partnership, it means that an exciting synergy has been created. With the combination of Grwp Llandrillo Menai’s specialised expertise in sustainable technology and continued research and development in Electric Vehicles, along with NPTC Group’s extensive expertise in providing comprehensive and industry-focused programmes, it makes for a highly successful programme.

Students in India will be able to have access to the practical elements of the Electric Vehicle programme as well as the in-depth theoretical knowledge. The aim is to help improve the EV skills and curriculum in Indian engineering colleges. Currently there is a lack of alignment with industry standards and technological advancements, so this collaboration has enabled Indian Colleges to have develop their EV training programmes.

The aim is to enable students to have hands-on experience of EV Training so that they have improved employability prospects. By UK Colleges sharing best practices with Indian Colleges, it makes this possible.

The Indian EV industry is a rapid growing industry so with the right curriculum and skill development India can become a global leader in the EV market.

NPTC Group is looking forward to the delivery of this EV Programme and is hopeful for what the future holds for partnerships with India and EV training.

Two further education colleges, NPTC Group of Colleges and Grŵp Llandrillo Menai Colleges, were awarded Global Wales funding to jointly deliver a 5-day in-person introductory electric vehicle (EV) certificate course with Geethanjali College of Engineering in Telangana.

The course will be delivered to second year college students and faculty to prepare them to enter a future career in the EV industry. This funding call has been supported by the Research and Innovation Circle Hyderabad