The consumption of Electronics was US $ 28 billion in 2005. It is estimated that the demand for electronics (consumption) in India will be US $ 126 billion in 2010 and US $ 363 billion in 2015. Out of this, the Indian Electronics and IT Hardware sector production amounted to Rs. 947 billion in 2009 and has grown at a CAGR of 16.4% since 2002. The Indian Electronics and IT Hardware sector has 6 key segments, namely Consumer Electronics, Industrial Electronics, IT Hardware, Telecommunication Equipment, Electronic Components, and Strategic Electronics. Consumer Electronics and Telecom Equipment are the largest segments with about 27% share each in total production.
Some Skill Gaps as Identified by Industry:
- Practical skills for using technical equipment and machines
- Ability to follow instructions and understand operating manuals for strict adherence
- Ability to identify defects and rectify them
- Ability to ensure minimum wastage
- Ability to work in a team as well as on an individual basis
- Awareness of health and safety standards
- Knowledge of quality standards
- Adaptability to new processes/production lines.
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|Smartphones Repair Technician - ELE/Q8104|
|Field Technician (Computing & Peripherals) - ELE / Q4601|