The Indian Automobile industry consists of two-wheelers, cars, trucks, three-wheelers, and buses which play a vital role in the growth of the Indian economy. India has appeared as the fourth largest exporter of Asia in automobiles, behind Japan, Thailand, and South Korea. It is projected to achieve top automobile country in the world in car volumes with 611 million vehicles approximately on the nation’s roads by 2050.
Automobile production has also observed with huge increase with a catalyst effect by increasing the demand for a number of raw materials such as steel, rubber, plastics, electronics, glass, paint, and services.
Today India is emerged as the potential automobile market and is rising at high speed. In recent days, several foreign investments are hunting into the Indian automobile industry. It has become a major two-wheeler market and three-wheeler manufacturer in the world. India is also the 2nd largest manufacturer of tractors.
Today, great scope for employment opportunities in the automobile industry has been seen. Candidates opting a bachelor's degree in electrical, mechanical, or automobile engineering are qualified to get great job opportunities in automobile companies.
Candidates with ITI courses and diploma courses are also eligible for many opportunities in this industry. While technical education is delivered by many engineering and polytechnic colleges in India.