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DIYguru & e-Oxigen Automotive MOU to provide Live on-site Electric Vehicle training

DIYguru, the future mobility learning platform and eOxigen Automotive, a leading EV service provider in India along with Mass Foundation has announced their partnership to provide hands on training in Electric Vehicle to millions of students, entrepreneurs and professionals who are looking to upskill themselves and get ready for the future of E-Mobility. 

The partners signed a memorandum of understanding for this collaboration with the objectives to promote skill based learning for millions of mechanics and service providers who are getting ready for EV market. The training will be provided at eOxigen designated warehouse in Gurugram in it’s first phase starting 25th Feb. The duration of the training will be six days with participants ranging from industry to academia interested to learn about the service, maintenance and repair of electric vehicles.

“Partnering with the finest premier technical and research Electric Vehicle Institute like DIYguru, we want to make a contribution to India and to the whole world, through excellence in skill based technical training and hands on approach by providing skilled workforce to Electric Vehicle Industry”  Mr. Sujoy Chaurasia Managing Director eOxigen Automotive & Mass Foundation mentioned.

DIYguru CEO Avinash Singh mentioned, “This partnership is a milestone occasion because it brings together two parties from numerous walks of industry, who bear the same functionality to work collectively for the global upskilling disruption in electrical mobility. This partnership will explore priceless resources in battery-powered vehicles and enable them to be ready for the service industry in upcoming EV revolution.”

DIYguru is said to have launched its e-mobility program back in 2016 with Vecmocon, based out of IIT Delhi, and has since trained more than 50,000 students and professionals from Hyundai, Bosch, and Maruti Suzuki placing more than 80 percent of its students in the EV market. It has recently been accredited as the official partner of ASDC in the implementation of online courses in Electric Vehicle Engineering in India.

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