ADVANTAGES OF JIM/JEC

Under the JIM program, human resources can be developed flexibly according to human resources needs (knowledge/skill level, quantity) of companies.

Key Benefits
  • Medium- to long-term human resource development produces human resources with a deep understanding of the company’s manufacturing and loyalty to the company.
  • Excellent students can be trained to become future shop floor supervisors at an early stage.
  • Japanese government JIM accreditation will help attract the highest level of students.
  • Cooperating with the Apprenticeship, the NEEM (National Employment Enhancement Mission) Scheme, an educational system approved by the government of India, assists companies in accepting students to participate in OJT and providing students with an “Earn and Learn model” .
    NEEM Scheme: An education system approved by the government of India as an effort to promote employment which provides practical education to young people who are otherwise unable to receive education due to family circumstances
  • Participating companies are highly valued by the government of India as they contribute to the “Make in India” and “Skill India” initiatives proposed by Prime Minister Modi.
  • The program provides vocational training and employment opportunities for young people living near the factories, contributing to local communities.
  • A portion of JIM operating expenses fall under CSR expenses.

Major supports by METI

  • Provide accreditation to Japanese companies as JIMs. Enable JIM-Accredited Companies to issue JIM Completion certificates to trainees at the completion of the program.
  • Provide a common soft skill teaching materials for JIMs that can be utilized for the JIM Program. (The JIM-Accredited company has the option to utilize the material within their JIM curriculum)
  • Support in dispatching Instructors if required
  • Possibility to utilize the ‘Train the Trainer Program’ offered by the Association for Overseas Technical Cooperation and Sustainable Partnerships (AOTS).