Executive Summary Report

Year 2014 has recorded an average opportunity growth in employment sectors

across India. Majority of employments has come from IT/ITES and Manufacturing Sectors.

Year 2015, the industry is hoping that the reforms announced in the budget 2015 will

create new jobs in the country especially in sectors such as infrastructure and

manufacturing besides the traditional IT sector.

"As far as job creation and hiring scenario is concerned, 2015 will be a much better year in

comparison to 2014 given the increased stability in the political and economic environment of the country. The phenomenon of job

creation will be led by the IT sector followed by the services industry and even the

manufacturing sector is showing healthy signs," said Hitesh Oberoi, managing director and CEO

Info Edge (India) Ltd.

According to a report by job portal naukri.com, 62% recruiters and 89% consultants expect

creation of new jobs in the first half of 2015 itself. While 56% of recruiters expect the new job

creation to be in the IT sector while 28% of the recruiters expect more jobs to come up in BFSI

space.

Skills Ahead, India’s most efficient training and consultancy firm, is presenting an essential

Year 2014 has recorded an average opportunity growth in employment sectors

across India. Majority of employments has come from IT/ITES and Manufacturing Sectors.

Year 2015, the industry is hoping that the reforms announced in the budget 2015 will

create new jobs in the country especially in sectors such as infrastructure and

manufacturing besides the traditional IT sector.

"As far as job creation and hiring scenario is concerned, 2015 will be a much better year in

comparison to 2014 given the increased stability in the political and economic environment of the country. The phenomenon of job

creation will be led by the IT sector followed by the services industry and even the

manufacturing sector is showing healthy signs," said Hitesh Oberoi, managing director and CEO

Info Edge (India) Ltd.

According to a report by job portal naukri.com, 62% recruiters and 89% consultants expect

creation of new jobs in the first half of 2015 itself. While 56% of recruiters expect the new job

creation to be in the IT sector while 28% of the recruiters expect more jobs to come up in BFSI

space.

Skills Ahead, India’s most efficient training and consultancy firm, is presenting an essential