MG Motor India meets the milestone of training 10,000 professionals under Saarthi program. The program started in 2021 with an aim to bring chauffeurs of MG customers up to speed with latest technologies offered by MG cars in accordance with the vision of CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electric). In a ceremony organized in Noida, Mr Ganesh Prasad Saha, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic), graced the event and felicitated the participants.
By upskilling more than 10,000 chauffeurs across India, MG Saarthi works on familiarizing the participants with advanced features in the MG cars. The sessions comprise of lessons around safe vehicle operations and road safety techniques for driving responsibly. Customers can sign up their chauffeurs for the training, free of cost.
Recently, MG also announced its continued commitment to women’s empowerment by launching ‘MG Sewa – Saarthi‘, a motor driving vocational training program for women from economically weaker section in the Vadodara district.