Scope in the field of Automation
By virtue of being in this space for the last 20 years, we have built unquestionable credibility when it comes to the quality of work we deliver and the quality of people who deliver this work. We will leverage this goodwill for the benefit of students in the form of opportunities. We strongly believe that anyone who undergoes any of our courses, will be a cut above the rest and can secure jobs on his/her own merit. We will provide the platform for the future and students can move forward by virtue of their own skills.
There is huge potential for Automation Engineers, when it comes to jobs. The various sectors that require Automation Engineers are Product Manufacturers, Product Distributors & System Integrators, Original Equipment Manufacturers, the Manufacturing Industry, Process Plants and the IT Industry. They can build careers in different capacities right from Sales to Projects to Maintenance. Automation outside of the Industrial environment, is fast picking up, in the form of Building & Home Automation systems. An Engineer from any stream can use an Automation qualification for an impetus to his career, since there is no field where it is not applicable.
From Automobiles to Agro-products. From Hardware to Software. From Satellites to Submarines. From Televisions to Telecom. From Pharma to Biotech. From Paper to Power Plants. From Roads to Bridges. From Houses to Smart Cities. From Friendship to Partnership. From Profit to Progress. Whatever you want to make: Make in India.
The Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi, has launched the ‘Make in India’ initiative to place India on the world map as a manufacturing hub and give global recognition to the Indian economy. As a result of this, India’s manufacturing sector could touch US$ 1 trillion by 2025. Several mobile phone, luxury and automobile brands, among others, have set up or are looking to establish their manufacturing bases in the country. The focus of the Make in India programme is on 25 sectors.
Thanks to this initiative and the increase in foreign direct investment, the year 2016 is anticipated to create about 3.5 million job opportunities. A survey conducted by the Indian arm of US-based staffing firm, ManpowerGroup, said, employers predict an increase of almost 42% in the hiring numbers. “Industries like manufacturing and automation will now witness a major boost,” said AG Rao, group MD, ManpowerGroup India, at the “Make in India” week celebration in February 2016. Growth, Productivity, Efficiency, Return on Investment are all terms associated with Automation. To achieve the goals that we, as a country, have set for ourselves, Automation is a necessity. Opportunities are tremendous and growth potential is enormous. What is needed is Knowledge & Skill, which is where we come in.
Automation has emerged as an exciting career option for Engineers. The Automation Industry is growing at 6-8% globally whereas in countries like India & China, it is growing at more than 30%. The five year forecast shows healthy trends and the Industry will require more Engineers equipped with the right skills to join. The quality of our courses will definitely open up a plethora of opportunities for our students. Automation, as a field, is very closely associated with the IT Services and hence, opportunities are not only available in the Manufacturing Sector, but also in the IT Industry.