About the Program
The world is entering into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, known as Industry 4.0. Immersive technologies like Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality with aggregate manufacturing technologies based on 3D Printing coupled with holography are making it happen. Further integration of processes with Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Analytics and Internet of Things are making machines/ systems to be more intelligent, creative, cost-effective and highly efficient, leading towards total automation of all aspects of manufacturing. The services/ utilities/ products/ processes related to automotive manufacturing are getting exponentially automated, self-driven and on auto-pilot systems. Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University (HVSU) in collaboration with Hero MotoCorp, a known brand of the automotive world has designed a Bachelor of Vocation (Automotive Manufacturing) program which is aligned to National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF) Level-7 based on Dual Education Model. The program will enable the students to realise the complexities of the manufacturing processes, handled at the shop floors of the industry. The focus of the program is to prepare them to get familiar with the manufacturing ecosystem, while working with the industry and also be able to effectively use the tools and equipment for achieving the stringent quality standards in the manufacturing in an optimized manner.
About the Company
Hero MotoCorp Ltd. (Formerly Hero Honda Motors Ltd.) is the world’s largest manufacturer of two – wheelers, based in India, since 2001, with its current turnover of Rs.32,000 Crores.
It commenced its production as a joint venture between Hero Cycles of India and Honda of Japan in 1984, based on Japanese know-how and technology. In August 2011, the company was renamed Hero MotoCorp with a new public company under Mr Brijmohan Lal Munjal, as Founder, with its Head Office at New Delhi. They have manufacturing units at Dharuhera, Gurugram, Haridwar, Neemrana and Vadodara. Their product includes two wheeler vehicles, (motorcycles, and scooters).
Student Intake: 30