As Indian Infrastructural sector witnesses a revolution in response to the “Make in India” call, employment opportunity in India is being redefined with numerous avenues and mass-scale employment generation is dawning to the utmost pleasure of millions of Indian aspirants.
While India embarks on its mission to becoming a formidable world power, Education and Employment are the two primary fuel which will propel India in the path of success. Considering the importance Education and Employment will contribute in creating a developed India, current govt. is stressing upon rolling out of new primary, secondary and finishing schools along with the best and latest course modules and learning techniques to impart best education standards and produce greater %ages of employable candidates to take up this daunting task.
Finishing schools are about to get an increased attention these days as it is from here that the candidates embark on their chosen career to sustain their livelihood and contribute intellectually to the economic development of the nation. With digitisation and self-sustained economy taking over the world, the layout of digitisation and agricultural independence requires capable ITI, Civil, Mechanical and Agricultural manpower resources.
ITI is gaining increased preference these days owing to a rise in the role and demand of ITI qualified candidates. With improving infrastructural growth in newer employment avenues like Indian Army, Navy, Cabling and wiring, Pipelines, Aviation and Manufacturing units apart from the already existing avenues ITI qualifiers are witnessing a surge in employment opportunity which is expected to grow further with time as India leaps ahead. Similarly, with a constant rise in Infrastructural feats of India Mechanical and Civil Engineers are also going to enjoy a growing importance and demand of their role in contributing to the Infrastructural marvels of this nation.
With three-fifth of India’s land dedicated to cultivation India ranks as second in the world with a total of 159 million hectors of land available for cultivation. Since India has a diversified climate, its soil is rich several crucial mineral deposits which give scope for cultivation of a varied spectrum of crops. But with lack of Industry based education and techniques there is an acute shortage of manpower which the current govt. has taken up head-on with introduction of higher number of seats and new agricultural training institutions to provide latest knowledge of cultivation and increase harvest. As education and training is intellectually preparing the future agri farmers, latest technological improvements are being introduced to provide a bigger, better and faster harvest to these farmers so that India can self-sustain its agricultural needs without having to import this basic need of human beings.
A list of streams along with new is listed below to give a glimpse of what is in store for the upcoming ITI, Mechanical, Civil and Agriculture Engineers in the immediate future.
1. Information Technology
3. Manufacturing units
5. Real Estate
6. Power sector
7. Automobile and Aviation.
8. Transportation and Roadways,
9. Industrial and general repairs.
13. Oil and refineries
14. Consumer durables.
15. Unconventional Power sectors.
Mechanical (Apart from the opportunities listed above)
1. Automotive Engineer
2. Aerospace Engineer
3. Nuclear Engineer
4. Maintenance Engineer
5. Control and Instrumentation Engineer
6. R&D Engineer
1. Structural Engineering
2. Traffic and Transportation Engineering
3. Hydraulics and Water Resources Engineering
4. Environment Engineering
5. Geotechnical Engineering
6. Construction Engineering
7. Geo informatics.
9. R&D Engineering.
The list of career opportunities and avenues have undoubtedly increased and are expected to grow with various other avenues and sectors of employment branching for these aspirants as India progresses towards achievement of its goals.