TSSC Overview of Indian Telecom Market 2022-23

The Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC) today released its report “Skilling India in NXTGEN Telecom Technologies” today. Here is all you need to know

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The Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC) today released its report “Skilling India in NXTGEN Telecom Technologies” today.

TSSC has trained 10+ lac youth since inception and has 1000+ training centres across India with presence in all 36 states and UTs. TSSC has a strong industry and academic presence with 40+ industry partners and 600+ training partners. We cover 51 key job roles in the telecom sector and provide training through Govt. schemes, CSR projects and NAPS program.

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The report also mentions that Digital India is expected to create $1.3T business opportunity by 2025

Number of internet users in India is expected to reach 900Mn by 2025

410 mn additional smartphone users are expected in India by 2025

The total installed talent in the Telecom sector is 1.06 lac with a demand of 1.47 lac.

The demand supply gap is highest across Cloud computing (56%) and lowest across Web and Mobile Development (36%)

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India–Talent Attributes (TelecomSector): Talent Supply and Demand is highest for Web & Mobile Development and lowest for AR/VR; Talent CAGR for the sector lies between 18.2% for Cloud Computing and 22.38% for Blockchain.

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Arvind Bali, CEO, Telecom Sector Skill Council said: "India is at a cusp where possible 5G rollout this year will ensure beginning of endless possibilities in communication services and customer experience. For adopting new tech and infrastructure, Skilling along with reskilling/upskilling of the workforce will ensure that the human resource requirement is sufficient when 5G services are live.”

TSSC along with all stakeholders is already driving training of workforce in new age technologies and has developed NSQF-aligned courses with unified credit framework on 5G technology that will be recognised in universities and institutions to meet this huge upcoming demand in trained talent force when the time comes. “We are here to ensure smooth adoption and execution of 5G technologies in India from skill management perspective,” Arvind Bali said.