India has emerged as the fastest growing economy in the world, surpassing China across different economic parameters. In 2019-2020, its economy is expected to grow at 7.6% per annum.
It is a country with an estimated population of 133.92 crores, 50% of which is below the age of 25! This is a staggering statistic from a demographic point of view as it reveals that almost half the nation’s population can constructively contribute to India’s workforce.
Emerging data indicate that there are a plethora of job opportunities available which require skills and qualifications of an international quality and standard. The opening of the Indian economy and globalization has spawned the need for high caliber professionals to meet growing demands of both local and international organizations operating here.
International companies like Sony Corporation, Amazon, Pepsico, Citi Group, IBM, Nestle, Lee Jeans and Accenture have already established themselves on the Indian horizon and have brought with themselves a new work culture and numerous employment opportunities.
The same can be said of various Indian conglomerates like RIL, TCS, Leela Hotel Group, HDFC Bank, Cipla, Aditya Birla Group, Mahindra Life Spaces, HUL and Maruti Suzuki. These, among other major Indian business houses, are leading generators of lucrative job opportunities for Indians seeking professional growth in companies which are rapidly growing in stature and size.
Leading Indian cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangaluru, Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai, Kolkata and Gurgaon are the best locations to search for ample job opportunities as most of the companies mentioned above have a pan India presence. These cities provide adequate employment opportunities in established and developing sectors of the Indian economy like financial services, FMCG, E-commerce, healthcare, IT, Real Estate, hospitality and tourism and manufacturing. Apart from being amongst the most developing cities of India in terms of job creation, these cities are also widely recognized for their affluent lifestyles and faster rate of infrastructural developments.
For Indians considering an international education, there are ample employment opportunities to match corresponding career objectives upon return to India. A degree gained abroad brings with it ingrained skill sets which employers value the most and the training extent of which is unparalleled in India, for instance, the ability to demonstrate high levels of dependability, high communication and presentation skills, ability to be goal oriented, possession of high motivational skills, and team work and leadership qualities.. Exposure abroad also prepares an individual to become innovative, adaptive and responsive to emerging and evolving job profiles and responsibilities considerably faster than if pursued through a conventional Indian higher institute of learning.

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