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Hyundai, Maruti, this new work is going to be in trouble again with this plan of Tata

Big companies like Hyundai, Maruti, Mahindra are facing increasing difficulties. Indeed, in this financial year, Tata Motors is preparing to strengthen its research and development (R&D) through new jobs as well as skills development of existing employees. The top official of the organization has given this information. He said the plan aims to enhance the efficiency of many business ventures, including the electric vehicle (EV) segment.

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The company seeks to enhance its expertise in the field of battery packs and automotive designs. Shailesh Chandra, Chairman, Passenger Vehicles and Electric Vehicles, Tata Motors said, “As far as jobs in R&D are concerned, we are going to remove a lot of jobs this year, but at the same time there is one more area where we are. The skill development of existing engineers in R&D is a lot of work.

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He said the company is seriously planning to expand its research and development. Chandra said cooperation with other companies, including JLR, would be enhanced to increase capacity. “JLR will have a lot of tie-ups with many Tata companies. Therefore, the capabilities will not be limited to Tata Motors, but the opportunities to integrate with JLR and other Tata companies will also be considered. Where we are focusing.

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