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The exciting and unique nationwide contest which aims at strengthening the role of Customer Service Engagement, contestants from all over India competed for the coveted title and an opportunity to represent Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. in World Technician Grand Prix in Japan. From the Regional round, 100 winners were selected for 4 zones. From the Zonal rounds, 20 winners (5 from each zone) were selected to compete in the final round.

The contest was designed to judge the contestants' skill in the areas of "proper service knowledge", providing service that "communicates the image of the Yamaha products" and providing amiable customer service. To judge the level of these skills, the contestants were tested in Theory, trouble shooting, electrical wiring, Engine noise diagnosis, FI Station repair on actual motorcycles and skill of dealing with customers during vehicle receiving and delivery. The winners were decided based on cumulative points earned in these areas.

National Technician Grand Prix (NTGP) was first held in India in 2010 and is a yearly event. It is a contest which is a part of the Yamaha Technical Academy (YTA) program promoted by Yamaha Motor Co., Japan. The Yamaha Technical Academy (YTA) is the cornerstone of Yamaha's Technical Training Program. Yamaha's YTA Instructors combine comprehensive technical model information from the Yamaha Factory with 'real-world' diagnostic and troubleshooting skills developed over many years of actual dealership experience.

The 6th edition of the National Technician Grand Prix (NTGP) 2015 organized by Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd, concluded with the announcement of winners at Surajpur in greater Noida on 2nd Dec. In this 3 days contest (30th November - 2nd December, 2015), 20 finalists from across India competed for the coveted title of "No.1 Yamaha technician" in India for 2015.

Winners of this contest are:-

1st Position: Mr. Sivanraj R,
P.S.N Auto Agencies Cochin, Kerala
Year of experience: 7 Yrs.
2nd Position: Mr. Jignesh G Rana,
Planet Automobiles Ahmedabad, Gujrat
Year of experience: 10 Yrs.
3rd Position: Mr. Divyanshu Shukla,
Shiva Motors New Delhi, Delhi
Year of experience: 3 Yrs.

The contest was designed to judge the contestants' skill in the areas of "proper service knowledge", providing service that "communicates the image of the Yamaha Brand" and providing amiable customer service. To judge the level of these skills, the contestants were tested in Theory, Trouble shooting, Engine noise diagnosis, FI Station usage, Electrical wiring and skill of dealing with customers during vehicle receiving and delivery. The winners were decided based on cumulative points earned in these test areas.

The exciting and unique nationwide contest which aims at strengthening the role of Customer Service Engagement, contestants from all over India competed for the coveted title and an opportunity to represent Yamaha Motor India Sales in the World Technician Grand Prix 2016 in Japan.

Historical success in WTGP 2014 inspires Indian technicians vastly, and it made the 6th NTGP more significant, since each participant tried to win this national contest while keeping an eye on WTGP 2016. All the participants put their best foot forward with one single goal to become no.1 Indian technician and then definitely the world's best technician.

In this nationwide contest, 1385 contestants from all over India competed for the prestigious title.

In WTGP 2014, it was the second time when YMIS participated in the World Technician Gran Prix. Mr Meenakshi Sundaram S (Alagendran Autos,Madurai), & Mr Sunilkanta Singh Hemam (Pakhangba Motors, Imphal) represented India there. Both the contestants proved the Indian technicians caliber at this world level contest.

Mr. Meenakshi won the 1st position, and received the world's best Technician's tag. Mr Sunilkanta also made his mark by securing 5th position.

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