The Indian Automotive Industry is one of the fastest-growing markets of the world and contributes significantly to the country’s manufacturing eco-system. The future workforce of this industry will need to work on a series of non-routine tasks that require social intelligence, complex critical thinking and creative problem-solving ability to remain relevant in the auto industry.
The Automotive Industry is an important part of the Indian economy, it is the fourth largest in the world with an annual turnover of $100 billion and employs 37 million people contributing to 7.5% to the country's GDP. This consists not just dealership but vehicle manufacturers, parts suppliers, and related businesses including 2-Wheelers, 4-Wheelers, Passenger Vehicles and Commercial Vehicles
Changing market demand: The launch of smart, connected vehicles points towards the presence of more Electrical & Electronics parts in newer vehicles. To meet up with this trend Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) /Auto component manufacturers now also require electronic and electrical engineers, Telematics, Vehicle Networking, Automation, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) specialists and Data Analytics.