In an effort to promote 'Make in India' initiative, the Electronics City Industries Association (ELCIA) Cluster has clinched a deal with Mycronic and their Indian partner, Accurex Solutions. This partnership is also aimed at strengthening ELCIA’s ‘Education and Industry’ initiative.

To empower and enable the local electronics industry community, Mycronic will provide free state-of-the-art equipment to ELCIA Cluster for two years. ELCIA Cluster’s partnership with Mycronic will empower ELCIA members, students, entrepreneurs, and the industries in and around Electronics City in bangalore. The initiative is also aimed at these aspirants to keep track of updates in the field of electronics.

This knowledge would go a long way in developing relevant skills and create a job-focused environment for future investments.

Hands-on experience

Rammohan K.N. the managing director, of Accurex Solutions; Clemens Jargon, VP Global Dispensing; and Muralidhar R, Chairman, ELCIA Cluster, said that this was an opportunity that is aimed at jobs creation and skills development.

Jargon said that this association aims to offer state-of-the-art products to students and entrepreneurs so that they can have hands-on experience.

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