President of ASDC and JMD Sansera Engineering Ltd, FR Singhvi, shared his views on the interim budget- “The comprehensive approach outlined in the interim budget towards the automotive sector aligns with the government’s objectives of promoting ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ (self-reliant India) and moving decisively towards achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2070. Moreover, this strategic move is expected to generate employment opportunities for semi-skilled labour in the installation and maintenance of EV charging stations.
ASDC, in its role, has taken on the responsibility of providing skilled professionals to meet the industry’s growing demand. As ASDC – an institution steadfast in its commitment to skill enrichment; we embrace these forthcoming advancements with anticipated enthusiasm. Such strategic executive direction indicates amplified requirement for skilfully trained professionals within evolving EV sector – a demand growth we are equipped and eager to accommodate viably through enriched training programs constantly updated catering ever-evolving industry requisitions effectively.”
The response from Singhvi confirmed the positive reception of the interim budget by ASDC.