Engineering and Manufacturing Sectoral Report 2020

Engineering and Manufacturing sector plays a crucial role in the Indian economy and is responsible for one of the largest job creations. With its strategic importance increasing day-by-day, the government has implemented key policy interventions to usher in further investment in this sector. Comprising of heavy and light engineering, the sector is expected to grow to $ 115.17 billion by 2025.

Upon surveying hundreds of Business and Talent leaders through primary survey and exhaustive conversations, we have prepared a comprehensive report to help you flourish in the constantly changing environment.



Recovery and uptick in hiring

The Eng. & Manufacturing industry has faced many challenges in the last few years. Not only did they face a stoppage of production during the pandemic, but the sector also experienced structural headwinds. However, the sector is seeing recovery and an uptick in hiring.

Sneak Peak of Decoding Jobs Sectorial Report

Engineering and Manufacturing Sector’s hiring intent: 33% Positive

Did you know that the government was targeting to create 100 million jobs in manufacturing by 2022.

top skills in demand

Demand skilled professionals would be the highest in the work experience band of 1-10 years, and the proportion of gig workers is likely to increase.

  • Data Analyst & Scientist

  • Human Centered Design

  • Compliance

  • Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

  • Soft Skills

Leaders Speak

AmarDeepika Kashyap

President – Group HR

As manual interventions for strengthening the supply chain had limited impact, it became imperative to introduce new age technologies such as digitization, AI, Machine Learning, Robotics, VR & AR, for adding value to different segments of the supply chain.

Ashok Piramal Group

Sriram TV

Vice President – Human Resources

The future of jobs in India will be determined by the 3 factors of Globalization, Demographic changes and adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies.

Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions

Key Contributors

Rashmi Mansharamani

Chief Human Resources Officer

Rachna Parashar

Country HR Leader

Tanvi Choksi

HR Head and Director

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