The almost every university in India provide semiconductor physics and VLSI as their compulsory courses in these streams, but due to the lack of proper skills very few students are able to make it to the semiconductor industry such as Intel, AMD, Qualcomm, IBM and etc. even if the requirement is high.
Thinking off less opportunity in semiconductor and electronics industry students are choosing other streams for their graduation and higher studies.
Govt. of India has already taken an initiative of “make in India” with huge success and now the govt. is aiming towards “made in India.”
The dream of manufacturing chips in India is going to be true in the near future with a huge demand for employability of properly skilled electronics engineers.
Every year lakh of engineering students are graduating across the country and many of them are from various streams of Electronics (Electronics and Telecommunications (ETC), Electronics and Communications (EC), Electrical and Electronics (EEE), Applied Electronics and Instrumentation (AE&I), Electronics and Instrumentation (E&I) and etc.
Engineering graduate must understand that degree in electronics is not enough to get into the electronics industry. students skilled in Semiconductor technology, skilled in VHDL /Verilog programming and other important CAD tools of electronics with the knowledge of VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration ) will be able to find their path in this industry.
GSEC has a professional team of highly reputed individuals in place, with long and deep experience in the semiconductor and technology sector. They have committed themselves to conceptualize, set-up and manage the Semiconductor business.
This team will focus on building a long-term sustainable business and a leading brand in the country. They have operating experience in i) setting up technology businesses, ii) setting up scalable technology companies and iii) managing this scale of business. The team members have global networks to drive technology improvements and securing contracts.
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