Autobot Academy, leading EV learning company, has appointed Rajeev Sharma as the Head, Autobot Academy Learning and Development (L&D) division. Rajeev is a prominent automotive professional and corporate trainer with over 34 years of industry experience in areas such as After Sales, Field Service, Customer Relation, Automotive Technical and Behavioural Training, Profit Centre Operations and Sales and Distribution Management etc.
Sharma is highly qualified as well as experienced in global standard training and development of personnel, quality management, customer relations, and business development arenas. Over the years, he has displayed his leadership abilities across multidisciplinary and cross-functional roles in leading automobile brands in India. In spearheading Autobot Academy L&D, he would be endeavouring to put the company on the world map of EV learning.
Speaking about his new role, Rajeev Sharma, said, “EVs are the future of commute. It is quite heartening to see India making rapid strides into developing home-grown EV manufacturing industry. There is immense potential and talent available, and my aim is to leverage my experience in almost all functions of the automobile industry, and create a future-oriented, holistic and global learning and development platform for the EV industry in the years ahead.”
Ashwini Tiwary, Co-Founder / CEO, Autobot India, said, “At Autobot Academy, we are building the world’s most extensive network of automobile experts and EV specific learning opportunities for the millions of aspirants joining the sector in the years to come. Mr Rajeev Sharma is a well-known name in the Indian automobile sector with ample expertise in passenger as well as commercial vehicles technology. With his knowhow and vision, he is an ideal leader for Autobot Academy’s L&D activities and will help build an excellence-driven ecosystem for the Indian automotive industry to expedite EV adoption in India.”
Autobot Academy plans to expand the network of its training services and establish Autobot Hands-on Hubs in 10+ major EV cluster cities across India. In another 2 years or so, they intend to launch physical products as well, and provide EV learning and career opportunities to millions of people in the years ahead.