The company has appointed 3,000 trainers and will train these employees on 5G technology and equip them with devices that will allow them to use it in the coming months. Airtel has also launched a ‘5G Masterclass’ for its employees, which covers everything from the basics of 5G technology to how it can be used in various applications like smart cities and healthcare.
5G services are expected to be rolled out completely across India by 2024, but Airtel is expected to expand its 5G services as soon as possible.
The company has announced that it is hiring 20,000 people across India and abroad starting in May. This is part of plans to upskill its staff to meet customer needs in the 5G era. Airtel says it has been making investments in technology and innovation to improve customer experience and business efficiency. It will also be adding more than 100 new products over the next few years.
This comes after Airtel launched 5G services in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, and Hyderabad last month (20 April). The company also announced plans to launch 5G services in Chennai and Pune this month (21 April). Airtel said it will be partnering with industry leaders such as Ericsson, Nokia Networks, and Huawei to provide these services.
Airtel is preparing for the 5G era by hiring 20,000 staff members. The company has already hired a total of 3,000 employees in the past year, and now it is looking to upskill its existing workforce. The course covers the basics of the 5G network, how it will work in India, and how you can use it. It also covers what you need to know about your role in the 5G world as well as ways that you can get involved. You’ll also learn about the tools and resources available for getting started with 5G, as well as how to use them effectively.
The company has been on a hiring spree lately, and it’s not stopping now. The company plans to upskill 20,000 staff as the 5G era begins. Airtel also plans to offer new training courses for employees who are already working in the telecommunications industry. Airtel also plans to offer new training courses for employees who are already working in the telecommunications industry.
The telco giant plans to hire more than 20,000 people this year as it gears up for its 5G rollout. The company said that it will work with its partners in 5G technology to roll out the network. Airtel has been making preparations for the launch of 5G since last year. It has recently announced that it has started laying down pre-5G cell sites for large cities and small towns across the country.
Airtel is gearing up to make the 5G era a reality by upskilling 20,000 staff members in India as the telecom giant gears up to launch its 5G network. The company will be offering the training through its e-learning platform, Airtel Guru. This training aims to enable the employees to learn new skills and knowledge that will help them adapt to the changing environment.
Airtel has been hiring more people after the launch of 5G. It also plans to hire at least 8,50,000 people across various verticals including customer care and sales.