Mahindra Employee Bags Two Titles At WSC

The automotive world is full of competitions across the globe providing a very good platform to the motor enthusiasts to showcase their talent on the global scale and win honours. One such event is the WSC, the highly regarded World Skill Championship which is considered to be the Olympics of the automotive world. This event takes place every year in different parts of the world and the main focus of the event is always the vocational skills and the overall excellence. The winners of the tournaments go on to get highly respected jobs in different car companies and this can be deemed as the perfect platform for the aspirants looking to showcase their talents to the world.

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This year’s WSC was held in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the South American developing nation and it was the 43rd edition of the tournament. It was successfully concluded recently, and an employee from the Indian car giant Mahindra & Mahindra emerged as a dark horse in the tournament and surprised everyone with his immense skills and talent. Mahindra said in a statement that Sachin Narale won two championships in the tournament making the company and the entire nation proud. He works in the Pune plant of the Indian SUV master and is appointed in the Body in White department of the company.

Mahindra said that the company had complete faith in the abilities of Sachin as he was famous in his department among the employees for his unusual skills and talent and the company is proud to have him as a very important asset to the company.

He won the ‘Best of Nation’ and the ‘Medallion of Honour’ awards at the championship and dedicated his win to his family and the officials of Mahindra & Mahindra who had enough faith in him to let him represent the company at an event of this scale. Meanwhile, in the welding category, he finished in the 7th position. The company has facilitated its employees and prepared them for the competition and it all have turned out to be very fruitful.

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