Samsung India has offered some good news during a period of slow economic growth. The company has said that it is preparing to hire more than 1,200 engineers from top institutes like IITs and BITS Pilani this year.
The international tech giant is making this effort to create a strong R&D (R&D) pool and create products in India for both domestic and global markets.
Samsung has shown commitment to appoint 2,500 engineers for R&D in India and under this the company is going to recruit it.
In which areas will you get a job
Last year, the South Korean giant hired one thousand engineers from top engineering colleges including IITs, NITs and IIITs. This includes new-age domains such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning (ML), biometrics, neutral language processing (NLP), augmented reality (AR) and working on networks including 5-G. Being stressed.
What is the company’s plan
Samsung India has three R&D centers in the country, located in Bengaluru, Noida and Delhi. Samsung India HR head Sameer Wadhawan told news agency IANS, ‘In December 2017, we talked about our commitment to hire 2,500 engineers in India by 2020. We hired one thousand engineers in 2018 and are ready to hire more than 1,200 engineers in 2019. Samsung India is well on track to fulfill its commitment.
How many people are working for the the company in India?
Samsung India currently has over 70,000 people working across the country. In R&D centers, the company has 9,000 people working in our three centers.
Samsung is recruiting in top engineering colleges like all the major IITs, including the newly opened IIT Tirupati.
Sameer said, “We are also recruiting from NIT, BITS Pilani, Delhi Institute of Technology, Manipal Institute of Technology and IIIT.”
Outside Samsung’s South Korea headquarters, India has the largest number of R&D engineers.
Kiaan Ahuja is a reporter focusing on money in politics. Before joining Exports India he worked as a researcher and writer Dainik Bhaskar and as a freelance journalist for publications around the world, having been published by over 20 outlets including NPR, The Huffington Post, Salon, Truthout and VICE.com.