Samsung India plans to hire more than 1,000 graduates from top engineering colleges across the country. The company will start visiting the colleges from December 1, 2018. The hiring process will include students from top engineering colleges including IITs, and BITS Pilani. The newly hired people will work on artificial intelligence, machine learning, IoT, natural language processing, camera technology, and 5G networks. The company has spent over $15bn last year on research.
Samsung had said last year that it will hire a total of 2,500 engineers for its R&D operations over the next three years. In India, Samsung has three R&D centres in Delhi, Noida and Bengaluru. These units contribute to Samsung’s global products portfolio as well as work on developing India-specific innovations.