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ManufacturingThe manufacturing sector consists of establishments engaged in the mechanical, physical, or chemical transformation of materials, substances, or components into new products.

At world level, manufacturing sector as a whole has grown moderately in production and employment since last decade. The manufacturing sector has added steam to its growth parameters and it is predicted that this growth rate will accelerate in the coming years, thus resulting in high demand of Indian Professionals in both national as well as in international market.

Career opportunities
One of the major employment areas for Indian Professionals, is the materials manufacturing industry, including semiconductors, magnetic materials, printing, photography and optics. This area also includes many steel and chemical companies as well. Other important employment areas include electronics, communications and measurement (which emphasizes the design and construction of optical and medical instruments.







Prospective industries for those seeking a career in Manufacturing Industry are :
  • Building Services
  • Construction Industry
  • Consultancy and Construction Firms
  • Educational Institutions
  • Electronic Industry
  • Environmental Protection
  • Government Departments
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing Industry
  • Power Companies
  • Public Utilities
  • Semiconductor Industry

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Typical job-related activities involve :
  • Assembly
  • Installation
  • Maintenance
  • Testing
  • Troubleshooting
  • Repair
  • Upgrading of associated electronic equipment and systems.
Eligibility
Employers seek graduates for entry-level operator, distributor, and dispatcher positions. Candidates with b mathematics and science skills are preferred. College-level courses or prior experience in a mechanical or technical job may be helpful. With computers now used to keep records, generate reports, and track maintenance, employers are increasingly requiring computer proficiency.

While the manufacturing industry requires different qualification levels for the various processes involved in it, no standard educational requirements are defined. Applicants with a college degree in industrial engineering, management, or business administration, and particularly those with an undergraduate engineering degree and a master's degree in business administration or industrial management, enjoy the best job prospects.