Adayana Inc to start employability training
Hyderabad, July 26: With USD 20 million raised from a UK-based private equity firm, Adayana Inc, a learning service company, has launched a set of scalable workforce development initiatives to help address the critical skills shortage faced by several industries in India.
Company CEO Rajiv Tandon said it had partnered with Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) to train millions of workers over the next decade, for employability in the automotive sector.
Similar initiatives were planned in several other sectors, including health care, construction and retail, he said and added it was also working with five Indian Universities including Allahabad and Kamraj to provide their students with ''employability skills'' that - when combined with technical skills - make them ''job-ready.'' It had been working with several strategic clients in India including Wipro and Tata, Mr Tandon said and added ''our unique business model transcends the traditional outsourcing model by using dual shoring as a means of matching high value added training to a global talent base.'' The Minneapolis headquartered Company with operations in Hyderabad, provides a range of technology-enabled learning services to a focused set of vertical markets that include automotive services, defence, food, agriculture, life sciences, and training outsourcing.