Cluster intervention and other support programmes to build competency in selected SMEs
United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA)
Ministry of Heavy Industries (Government of India)
3-12 months (depending on programme offering chosen by participants)learn more
UDAY-PRIDE launched in success to its previous projects, which ran from 1999 to 2010. The programme contains Core and Elective Modules that correspond to the requirements of the companies.
A set of six mandatory courses on relevant topics available to new participants who have not participated in earlier programmes or programmes of similar nature…Expected duration: 12 months.
Optional modules available for past participants to educate themselves on topics of their choice suited for their individual requirements. Expected duration: 3-9 months depending on selected courses.
Set of trainings organized by experts on various topics. Expected duration: 0.5-3 days.
The Ministry of Heavy Industries, Government of India, which focuses on promoting the development and growth of capital goods, automotive, power equipment manufacturing and engineering industry in the country, fund the programme.
Companies have found the programme useful and assessed tangible benefits such as lower operating costs, energy savings, fewer defects rates etc. and intangible benefits such as higher employee motivation, customer satisfaction etc. Our customers are not only satisfied but are happy and they have positive feedback to share.