Samsung Devices Its Largest Employment Drive In India


Samsung Devices Its Largest Employment Drive In India

Samsung India will employ 2,500 student from the top engineering colleges of the country of over the period of upcoming 3 Years. This move is being claimed as one of its biggest drives of recruitment to increase up the talent of research and development.

Samsung Devices Its Largest Employment Drive In India

“A bulk of these fresh employees will be for new-age segments such as IoT (Internet of Things), machine learning, artificial intelligence, biometrics, and big data,” worldwide senior vice president at Samsung, Dipesh Shah, claimed to the media in an interview. He further added that a 1,000 engineering student will be hired in 2017 in the R&D centers of the company in Noida, Bengaluru, and Delhi.

This season of placement, the South Korean electronics and mobile phone behemoth has already cleared up talent for R&D all over the NITs (National Institutes of Technology) and other premier colleges such as Manipal Institute of Technology, BITS Pilani, Delhi Technological University, and Delhi College of Engineering. Now, it is employing aggressively in concluding placements all over the IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology). Its placement proposals at the IITs alone are anticipated to be well upwards.

Samsung has always spent openly in R&D. Its worldwide investment in 2016 on the R&D was almost $13 Billion. For Samsung hiring of this year will be a 25{9c13ba893f3703c58d1bbcbff2f97ff18cf629c78a707ad6d26f50de14f9545a} increment over the 800-odd grads of last year. in 2016, Samsung was the leading employer at the IITs.

“Samsung is very optimistic in India on R&D. Our R&D centers in the country operate on progressive technology to design innovations that are centered on preferences of users in India and also add considerably to worldwide products,” claimed Shah.

“There is a huge requirement for talent. We will be employing all over streams such as electrical engineering, computer science, computing, mathematics, as well as applied mechanics among others,” he further added.