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Ahmedabad: Micron Semiconductor India Pvt Ltd (MSIPL), the chip manufacturer which had committed to starting India’s first semiconductor plant in Sanand soon, has made its first round of recruitments from local campuses. Thirty-odd students have received employment offers or internship-cum-employment opportunities at the firm.
Experts expect around 150 fresh engineering graduates from Gujarat to be absorbed in the new and upcoming semicon sector by year-end. Fresh electronics and communications (E&C) graduates have bagged annual packages ranging from Rs 15 lakh to Rs 20 lakh.
Micron’s Sanand plant is India’s first big-ticket semiconductor project with an estimated investment of Rs 22,500 crore. At Sanand GIDC, the company is set to establish one of the country’s biggest Assembly, Testing, Marking and Packaging (ATMP) plant, which is expected to provide direct employment to 5,000 and indirect employment to 15,000-odd professionals.
Prof Usha Mehta, professor and postgraduate coordinator for very large-scale integration (VLSI) design course at the Electronics and Communications (E&C) Department, Institute of Technology of Nirma University, said that MSIPL has extended offers to 12 E&C graduating students so far. “The students are trained in VLSI design – an integral part of creating an…
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