Boom In Non-Tech Jobs As 3000+ Freshers Will Be Hired By EY, PwC, Deloitte For These Job Profiles Across India
It seems that the country’s other leading consulting and professional services firms such as EY, PwC, Deloitte, KPMG and Grant Thornton, are on a campus recruiting frenzy.
Campus Recruiting Frenzy Begins
Most of them are on track to have their greatest campus intakes this year considering their businesses and revenues reached new heights.
According to the top industry officials, these firms are expected to increase their intake of fresh graduates.
They will take fresh graduates from leading engineering, management, and undergraduate colleges by 100-150% in 2019 and 2020.
To meet the rising demand as the need for consulting support has peaked across sectors amid recovery from Covid-19 disruptions.
Campus Hiring Heating Up
“We look at the campus talent pool as a critical resource to serve our clients and operations’ needs with the appropriate balance of technical capability and executive presence,” said Prashant Mehra, the partner and chief operating officer of Grant Thornton Bharat.
The firm hopes to hire 500 graduates, undergrads, and professionals from colleges such as SRCC, Kirorimal, Bhagat Singh, Venkateshwara, Dyal Singh, HR College, NM College, Christ College, and others by the end of the year.
Basically, “Campus hiring is heating up in a big way,” according to Padmaja Alaganandan, PwC India’s chief people officer,
The consulting firm is likely to hire around 3,000 students from colleges and universities.
Trades In Demand
The students will be selected with a wide range of abilities such as engineers, management graduates, accountants, designers, and those with expertise in areas like ESG (environment, social, and corporate governance).
So far, business consultancy, managed services, and risk advising are in high demand according to the officials.
With the outbreak of Covid-19, most Indian companies have accelerated their digital implementation.
Technical Roles In Demand
This means that tech roles such as data science, digital analytics, design, compliance services, cyber security, and so on will be a big focus this year.
At present, consulting firms are witnessing a huge surge in revenue growth in technology advisory and other technology-related practices.
This could be the side effect of most Indian company’s huge spurt in revenue growth in technology advisory and other technology-related practices.
The partner and talent head at EY India, Sandeep Kohli mentions that the firm will hire more than 6,000 graduates from campuses across the country for all of its service lines and global delivery center.
Considering the last six months, top consultancies hired more than 20,000 workers including freshers, according to industry estimates.
The demand for advisory services has also increased after June 2020 as clients struggled to adjust to new business models after top corporations came into cashflow challenges owing to pandemic-related lockdowns and limitations.
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