Samsung recruits over 1,000 engineers from Indian engineering

Samsung recruits over 1,000 engineers from Indian engineering

Consumer electronics and smartphone maker Samsung is recruiting over 1000 engineers from Indian engineering colleges including Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) this year. Sameer Wadhawan informed that the company is planning to hire 260 engineers from IITs alone and rest from colleges like National Institute of Technology (NIT), Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) and BITS Pilani, for its human resource for India. Head, Sameer Wadhawan said. ET.
The company is visiting two new IITs this year at Jodhpur and Goa, apart from IITs at Delhi, Madras, Bombay, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Roorkee, Bhubaneswar, Guwahati, Tirupati, Palakkad, Indore, Gandhinagar and Varanasi (BHU).

Wadhawan said, “There are 250 pre-placement offers this year out of 1000 offers to engineering students.

The recruited talent from engineering campuses will work at three R&D centers in Bengaluru, Delhi and Noida. They will work on new technologies and digital solutions including AI, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Internet of Things, Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI), Networks among others.
The company currently has about 10,000 engineers in these R&D centres, most of whom are hired from campuses. The last campus hiring by Samsung India was in 2019 when it hired over 1200 engineers. Due to the pandemic, the examinations in engineering colleges got postponed and the onboarding process was also delayed till late 2020/early 2021.

“We respected all offers from campuses despite the uncertainty created by the pandemic,” he said.

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