Women are the future of automobiles in Indore

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Woman engineers’ entry in an otherwise male-dominated automobile sector has seen a marked increase in recent years.
Following the recently concluded annual automotive event, Baja SAE India in Indore, major companies recruited 63 students including five girls.
Significantly, two all-girls teams also participated in the Baja SAE event.
Automobile giants such as Mahindra and Cummins which have presence in Indore region, are recruiting women in larger number than before. Cummins having manufacturing plants at Pithampur and Dewas, has increased number of woman professionals to 27% in 2012 from a meager 4% in 2004, a company spokesperson said.
Senior vice president Mahindra Two-Wheelers Nirmal Matharu told DNA that Indore unit has a separate wing which is solely handled by ITI trained females.
“Though female are still less than 10% of our employee base, the number is rising gradually,” Matharu said.

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