New Delhi, Nov 24: South Korean electronics main Samsung plans to rent over 1,000 engineers in India from IITs and different prime engineering faculties, together with BITS Pilani and NITs, in 2022. The younger engineers, graduating in 2022, will probably be employed for new-age domains like synthetic intelligence, machine studying, IoT, deep studying, networks, picture processing, cloud, information evaluation, on-device AI in addition to digicam applied sciences, Samsung mentioned in a press release.
For its three R&D centres (Bengaluru, Noida and Delhi), Samsung will rent round 260 engineers from IIT campuses in Delhi, Kanpur, Mumbai, Madras, Guwahati, Kharagpur, BHU, Roorkie and different newer IITs. The remainder of the hiring will probably be from different prime engineering faculties corresponding to BITS Pilani, IIITs and NITs, it added. The corporate will rent college students from a number of streams, together with laptop science, electronics and communications, electrical engineering, arithmetic and computing, instrumentation and knowledge expertise, to help its efforts to construct progressive options for India-specific challenges.
Samsung India Senior Vice-President and Head (Human Sources) Sameer Wadhawan mentioned the analysis and improvement (R&D) section in India has advanced up to now few years. “This yr, we plan to rent over 1,000 engineers and have already prolonged 250 PPOs to engineers at IITs and different prime establishments,” he mentioned.
This yr, Samsung had a barely longer internship interval in order that college students can spend extra time within the firm, permitting them to work together with the leaders and managers. “This helps us spot brilliant expertise amongst them. Hiring by means of PPOs helps each the employer and the worker get a greater perspective on job fitment and satisfaction,” he added.
Samsung’s R&D centres in India have a robust tradition of patent submitting. The centre in Bengaluru has filed over 7,500 patents globally, with over 3,500 patent filings in India to this point.