Samsung to hire 1,200 engineers across institutes for its R&D centres

To strengthen its R&D operations, Samsung is planning to hire over 1,200 engineers from some of the leading institutes across India such as IITs, NITs, BITS Pilani, and Delhi Technical University amongst others.

Students from across the streams including Computer Science, Mathematics and Computing, Electronics and Communications, Instrumentation and Information Technology and several others will be hired by the company for various roles.

The process of hiring will begin on 1st December when the panel from Samsung R&D will visit the IIT campuses located at Kanpur, Mumbai, Delhi, Kharagpur, Roorkee, Tirupati, Gandhinagar, Jodhpur, Mandi, Patna, Pallakad, BHU, Madras, Indore, and Bhilai.

The recruited employees will work on technologies such as artificial intelligence, deep learning, machine learning, middleware development, IoT, data analysis, recognition systems, mobile communications, VLSI, UI/UX, voice and imaging amongst others.

The recruitment drive by Samsung is expected to give the right platforms for the newly graduated engineers to excel and set new benchmarks as the R&D centers of Samsung are known for driving innovations at both local and international levels.

Once the process is completed, the students will have to join the company, if get selected.

Company’s Bengaluru based R&D center has developed several latest technologies that have evolved amazing and extraordinary devices such as Galaxy Note 10. It is also the largest R&D center outside the Korea unit and has been also helped the camera capabilities of smartphones.

By 2020, the company has announced to hire more than 2,500 engineers and has already hired almost 2,000 engineers altogether in 2017-18. Through these hiring, the company is focusing a lot on nurturing the talent in India to foster innovations at both local and global levels.

During the time of ongoing economic distress, initiatives such as recruitment drive by companies such as Samsung will help India not only in creating mass employment, but also to move India back on its fast-track economic development journey.


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