Our attention has been drawn to the fraudulent recruitment activities by individuals posing as ABC Consultants or Employees of ABC Consultants, trying to trick candidates to part with large sums of money by promising them job offers.
These individuals are also wrongfully using the company's registered trademark as well as using fake and copied website to legitimise their activities to lure innocent candidates to fall into this trap.
ABC Consultants does not charge any fee at any stage of its recruitment process from the candidate.
We would like to categorically state that these communications are purely made with the intent to defraud the candidates. The company has not authorised any individual to acquire any kind of payment from candidates, towards our company or towards any individual in the recruitment process.
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The Engineering sector is the largest industrial sector in the country and can be broadly categorised into two segments - heavy engineering and light engineering. The Indian engineering sector continues to grow on account of robust internal consumption, which has encouraged both inbound as well as outbound cross border Mergers &Acquisitions (M&A). The sector, long dominated by heavy engineering, is highly structured and technology driven.
Engineering exports have seen a robust performance in recent years. In 2010-11, engineering exports reached US$ 60 billion. The next decade in Indian engineering sector belongs to power and energy, mining, water and sewage treatment and port infrastructure. The planned infrastructure spending for the five year plan ending in 2012 has been targeted at US$ 500 billion, which is likely to be doubled to US$1 trillion in the following planning period. This planned infrastructure spending is across all core sectors which directly influence the engineering sector.
India ranked second in global manufacturing competence in 2010, according to a report by Deloitte. The country will be gaining an even stronger foothold on this position over the next five years. India’s rich talent pool of scientists, researchers, and engineers, as well as its large, well-educated English-speaking workforce and democratic regime make it an attractive destination for manufacturers.
Indian manufacturing/engineering industry employs over 4 million skilled and semi-skilled workers (direct and indirect). The sector saw a rise in salary of both middle and senior level management because of optimism in the domestic market, major foreign investments, high inflation and Greenfield entrants and brown field expansions.
With a dedicated team of 70 consultants and researchers working across diverse sub sectors such as light and heavy engineering, plastic, metals, fine and heavy chemicals, textiles, ABC Consultants is well positioned to service clients in this sector. Our consultants are domain experts who have spent their initial years in core industry across functions. They understand the ever-changing challenges of talent acquisition in this progressively complex environment. We have helped our clients in this sector recruit over 500 professionals in India and overseas in the past one year.