Engineers Wanted for Samsung Jobs in India

One of the largest recruitment drives is getting ready to take place by Samsung India. They are looking to hire 2,500 graduates from the top engineering universities over the next three years. Global senior vice president of Samsung, Dipesh Shah, said most of the new hires would be for new-age domains such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, big data, and biometrics. R&D centers in Bengaluru, Noida, and Delhi will take 1,000 engineering graduates. If you are seeking a job in these fields, submit your resume to Jobs Across The World. They will match you with the perfect job and company. Samsung’s Bengaluru R&D center is the largest outside South Korea, where research is being done on semiconductors, smart devices, modems, printers, networks and Internet protocols.

According to Shah, “Samsung is extremely bullish on R&D in India. Our R&D centers in India work on cutting-edge technology to develop innovations that are centered on Indian customers’ preferences and also contribute significantly to global products.” He mentioned there is a definite need for workers in this field. They will be hiring across fields like computer science, mathematics, electrical engineering, and applied mechanics. Shah did say the aggressive hiring is not due to competition, but analysts disagree saying Samsung is for sure feeling the heat since Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has caught up with them for the top spot in the Indian smartphone market. If you are looking for work, now is the time to submit your resume to Jobs Across The World. Many opportunities are awaiting you.