Nissan to create 3,000 jobs in Kerala
With Nissan’s strategic engagement, objects to create over 3,000 jobs. The change is expected to give a major push to the state in the global IT sector.
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Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer, Nissan Motors objects to create over 3,000 jobs within three years in IT and ITES sector at its digital innovation hub named ‘Nissan Digital’ which will come up at Technocity in Kerala.
On 29th June , the state government will sign a formal memo of understanding with Nissan Motors for the project and it may begin operations this year itself.
Nissan formally offered to create 3,000 jobs due to the various sops offered by the state government but depends on the availability of quality talent with digital capabilities.
They have advertised on LinkedIn for user interface engineers, product owners and head of data sciences for the future facility.
According to the reports, Nissan had already begun hiring for its upcoming centre
The planned global IT hub of Nissan Motors would emphasise on emerging technologies like electric and driverless cars.
Initially, Nissan would be allotted 1.2 lakh built-up space at Yamuna Building in Technopark phase-3. They will set up their own campus, Nissan Knowledge City, in 30 acres of special economic zone notified area in Technocity.
Another 40 acres of adjacent SEZ land has also been reserved for future expansion.
Nissan suggests to develop the area as an electric vehicle and automated vehicle campus. The state government would set up electric vehicles charging station and also propose import duty exemptions.
The change is expected to give a major push to the state in the global IT sector. The state government also guaranteed that a representative of Nissan Motors would be included in the committee formulating an electric vehicle policy of the state.