The candidates who have passed 12 standard in the science stream with 50 percent marks with some financial limitations would be eligible for the course.
The course would be three years long during which they will get stipend and other facilities.
“Since 2011 Lupin has helped to create a total of 560 graduates with 181 students passing out this year (2018),” said senior vice president (HR), C Srinivasalu, Lupin.
“We expect to graduate more than 1,000 students by 2020 adding to the manpower resource of the pharmaceutical sector and most of these would be absorbed by Lupin, “added C Srinivasalu.
The company has already initiated the initiative at its facilities in Goa, Tarapur (Maharashtra), Indore (MP), Aurangabad (Maharashtra) and Sikkim.
The candidates also get five-day on-the-job training with one day of classroom session during the course.
It is to be noted that the program was initiated in the year 2010 to fill acute shortage of skilled manpower.