Toshiba JSW Power Systems launches ‘Welding Training School’ for students in ITI to support ‘Make in India’

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GURGAONFurthering its commitment to India, Toshiba JSW Power Systems Private Limited (TJPS), a Joint venture between Toshiba Corporation in Japan and JSW Group in India, today reinforced its CSR activities with the launch of Welding Training School.

Traning booth in Toshiba Welding Training SchoolEstablished at the TJPS factory in Chennai, the Welding Training School will impart gratis (free of charge) training to 30 students recommended from neighboring Industrial Training Institute (ITI) from May to June 2015 in 3 separate training programs.

The 12 days program will include fundamental sessions such as the theory of welding and learn high-level welding skill, followed by a Skill Evaluation. TJPS also aims to foster the importance of safety, time management, compliance of manuals, and environmental awareness in manufacturing processes through this training.

Commenting on the occasion, Yoshiaki Inayama, Managing Director of TJPS said “Toshiba Group’s Corporate Philosophy emphasizes respect for people, creation of new value, and contribution to society. The Group slogan – ‘Committed to People, Committed to the Future’– expresses the essence of our corporate philosophy.

We recognize that it is our corporate social responsibility (CSR) to put our philosophy and slogan into practice in our day-to-day business activities. We hope, with the help of our Welding Skill training, the students will upgrade to high-level skilled workers to become an integral part of the manufacturing industry in Tamil Nadu and contribute to ‘Make in India’. We will continue to undertake such meaningful CSR activities in the future”

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Other successful CSR activities undertaken in Tamil Nadu by TJPS include environmental education for Adarkuppam school children and cleaning Kadapakkam Lake. Toshiba’s Indian Group companies also participated in a cleaning campaign, blood donation drive and gave lectures in schools.

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