Will the 5G sector help India to provide employment?
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Will the 5G sector help India to provide employment?

    Posted by Priya Singh On 21-May-2022 09:02 AM

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The positive thing that happened in Covid is IT sector boomed & gave a positive result in the advancement of the research & technology.

The epidemic has increased digitalization and automation, resulting in new job opportunities and increased demand for current positions.

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A report on the Indian Telecom Market 2022-23 was released today by the Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC). According to the report, demand for 5G, Cloud Computing, AI, Big Data Analytics, IoT, Mobile App Development, and Robotic Process Automation will exceed 1.5 lakh in 2021. A 28 percent demand-supply imbalance existed. With the introduction of 5G, the talent demand-supply imbalance is anticipated to increase even more.

According to the analysis, the deployment of 5G by the Indian semiconductor market will improve wireless sector development potential and speed post-Covid economic recovery.

With the imminent launch of 5G services, TSSC wants to train 1 lakh individuals and create 10 new Centres of Excellence across India over the next three years. "India has an enormous scope for skilling and growth in the telecom sector," stated K Rajaraman, Secretary of the Department of Transportation.

Making the workforce more future-ready would necessitate a massive quantity of follow-ups within high-reliability IT systems that will allow for economical upskilling and reskilling.

He went on to say that the industry needs to grow at a CAGR of 30-40% to create amazing jobs. TSSC should add a rural broadband technician course to help with BharatNet development.

"We're focused on supplying the workforce demand for the growth of the 5G ecosystem in India," said Arvind Bali, CEO of TSSC. OEMs setting up shop in India would require a wide range of employment categories to establish their supply chain. With a world-class professional workforce for 5G and related technologies, we hope to help the ecosystem."

TSSC intends to educate its workers in 5G, IoT, AI, Machine Learning, and M2M. TSSC also intends to grow its telecom manufacturing and service clusters.

TSSC intends to extend its present infrastructure by establishing ten additional Centres of Excellence across India, providing the much-needed capacity to train a qualified workforce in cutting-edge technologies such as 5G, IoT, AI, ML, M2M, and others. The organization will use monies from corporate social responsibility budgets and other activities. They intend to grow into telecom manufacturing and service clusters, where specialized labor is in high demand.

TSSC wants to develop worldwide through collaborations with African and Middle Eastern countries, in addition to government schemes such as PMKVY, DDU-GKY, NULM, and ESDM. They are already in talks to create internationally recognized courses for traditional work positions such as mobile device maintenance and service-oriented job roles. Advanced employment responsibilities will be cascaded to these foreign locations in a gradual way.