Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV) has announced a ‘Daimler India School of Quality’ initiative to up skill its employees and present them with a robust quality mindset. Aligned with the company’s strategic objective of providing world-class products and services, the initiative is designed to enhance core competencies of employees across all levels, and to reinforce quality as a way of life at DICV. With a tailor-made, certified curriculum offered completely free-of-charge to all employees, DICV, through the initiative, which consists of three levels, is keen to develop a future-ready employee mindset. The first batch of students comprising around 3000 DICV employees will undertake the foundation level over the next 12 months, with the secondary and university levels continuing beyond April 2022. Looking at options to offer the initiative externally as paid training programme in the long term, the school of quality, at the foundation level covers ‘Basic Quality Tools & Methods’. At the secondary level, it covers ‘Advanced Quality Tools with Six Sigma Approach’. At the University level, it focuses on postgraduate and research programs. In other news, Parthasarathy Thota, who served as the CFO of DICV before moving to MFTBC Japan in 2016, has been appointed as its procurement head of Daimler Trucks Asia.

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