Commenting on this achievement, Mr. Subhajit Roy, Senior General Manager & Head - Customer Care (Domestic and International Business), Passenger Vehicle Business Unit (PVBU), Tata Motors said, “This is a very proud moment for all of us at Tata Motors. This achievement is admirable and we are delighted that the efforts of both Tushar and the Tata Motors team have resulted in making this possible. Due to his exemplary performance, Tushar has helped improve India’s position in the WorldSkills Competition by one place, and our rank by three spots, as compared to the previous edition in 2017.”
WorldSkills International awards Medallions of Excellence to those candidates, whose performance exceeds the global industry benchmark in a particular category. The results are derived from a WorldSkills Scale that uses a statistical formula and evaluates all participating countries in a particular skill. Tushar has completed his Full Term Apprentice (FTA) course at Tata Motors’ plant in Pune. To be eligible for representing India at WorldSkills, Tushar qualified and secured the winning position in the district, state and regional level rounds of IndiaSkills, followed by a gold medal in the final round of the competition.