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- The Number Of Jobs In The Automotive Sector Is Increasing Article By Pankaj Bansal
Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar17 hours ago
Bill Ford once said that the automotive industry is like a living organism, it is constantly evolving. This is why the people who work in it need to be flexible, inclusive and innovative. The automobile sector in India has grown rapidly. In the last two years, the market has shown an incredible ability to meet challenges despite changing trends. Consumer preferences are changing, increasing demand for two-wheelers, four-wheelers and electric vehicles. Whenever there is growth in any sector, the demand for new talent also increases. According to Tagged’s Decoding Jobs India 2023 report, the automotive industry leads the way in hiring talent, accounting for 30 percent of new hires this year.
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Government Initiatives : The Government of India is actively working to create a business friendly environment to promote the automotive industry. It also includes providing employment opportunities for skilled and unskilled workers and attractive incentives for investors. The government has offered incentives of around $3.5 billion between 2021 and 2026 for the production and export of clean technology vehicles. The government also offers Production Linked Incentives (PLI) to some car companies to encourage local vehicle manufacturing and new investment. More than 100 advanced technologies like compressed natural gas (CNG), electronic control units (ECU), advanced driver assistance systems, BSVI compliant flex fuel engines, e-bikes are included in the PLI plans on for cars. Due to the government’s attention to this sector, a long-term job creation situation has been created. Skills and roles in demand: The period 2021 to 2025 is considered to be critical for the automotive industry. During this period manual and mechanical systems are converted into automatic and electronic systems. The growing demand for convenient services has also increased the need for digital skills across all branches of the automotive industry. In addition to the government’s PLI schemes, many job opportunities are being created for engineers, technicians and consultants in this sector. The growing demand for vehicles has also created many opportunities for professionals who have recently completed a graduation, intermediate or intermediate level. Companies want to hire engineers with expertise in mechanical, electrical and robotics. In addition, they are looking for skilled professionals in various fields such as research and development, tooling, purchasing, tailoring, operations, stores, administration, finance and human resources. Apart from this, systems engineers, program managers, electronic and mechatronic engineers are also in demand. Fluency in fuel cells, AutoSAR architecture, battery management system, system integration etc. has become a big deal today. How to attract the attention of recruiters : Companies are looking for the right talent. They are doing targeted recruitment to strengthen their workforce. In such circumstances I would like to offer two pieces of advice to those entering the car industry or those with experience in the field. First, referrals from experienced professionals in the community will help you. Secondly, you can also benefit from connecting with different communities and career boards in the field. If your efforts are regular, the right company will find you in due course. Mary T. Bara rightly said that the automotive industry is a reflection of our society and the people who work in it are as diverse as the cars they make. (This is the author’s personal opinion.)
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Pankaj Bansal Co-Founder of Taggd (Digital Recruitment Platform) and Work Universe, @pankajbansalPB.
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