Mission: We make real what matters.
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At Siemens, we believe ideas can come from anywhere. That's why we don't work behind closed doors here. Anyone who has the courage to bring ideas to the table is welcome to join the discussion. It's how we design and implement over 7,600 different inventions around the world each year. Think you can bring an idea to life? join us.
Whatever we're today, is because our customers. To do what customers want is the greatest achievement and we are building such experiences every day. By improving the way we collaboarte with both our colleagues and the people we serve, we’ll stay competitive in the marketplace, our customers will be happier — and they’ll stay with us for longer.
We make real what matters by using our innovative technology and know-how to advance societies. Through Corporate Citizenship, an integral part of our culture at Siemens, from the very start we work on improving access to technology, opportunities in education and growth in sustainable communities.
We believe, it’s not just about ‘Giving back to Society’. It’s about addressing the most pressing needs of society through our competencies and technology know-how.
Emulating the ‘shared value’ concept and supported by volunteer employees, Project Asha – one of our many corporate social responsibility initiatives is transforming living conditions of over 550,000 people in 47 villages.
Through its integrated development approach – Project Asha provides access to education, healthcare, electricity, means to livelihood and a decent way of life. This community now experiences enhanced living conditions using sustainable and inclusive technology that is scalable and replicable. Over 1,065 acres of land in India is now arable through rainwater harvesting and 73 million liters of water are available for agriculture and household requirements.
Additionally, we support the educational mission of organizations like Industrial Training Institutes, universities and schools with a focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
With a holistic approach, the Siemens Scholarship Program has transformed lives of deserving students from economically disadvantaged families, empowering their future and turning them into role models in their community.
Siemens workforce in India consists of four generations with more than 22,000 employees across group companies.
Unconscious biases can impact our decisions without us being aware of them. Often, they lead to unsupported assumptions or stereotypes, and can hinder us from taking objective decisions. At Siemens, we sensitize our employees so that they can recognize these patterns and, with targeted training, learn to overcome them.
Over the past years, Siemens has endeavored to create significant employment opportunities for women – from in management positions.
Inclusion is more than just accessibility
For us, inclusion is a holistic mind-set. It’s the individual potential that counts – no matter where you come from, what you look like or whom you love. Our employees demonstrate how to overcome hurdles every single day – and we support them wholeheartedly.
Siemens' long-term commitment in India began in 1867, when Werner von Siemens personally supervised the setting up of the first telegraph line between London and Calcutta. Today, Siemens has 22 factories located across the country, eight Centres of Competence, 11 R&D centres and a nationwide sales and service network.
An emerging nation like India needs modern infrastructure, robust manufacturing, reliable power and cutting-edge healthcare systems. We’ve been heavily involved in its growth for over 100 years and will continue to help it thrive long into the future.
If you’re excited about bringing world-class technology and infrastructure to high-growth markets like India, let’s chat.
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The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Siemens (New Delhi) in January 2012.
1 written, 3 technical interview on java one managerial and final telephonic hr round. Whole process was smooth. 1st round was a major eliminator 90% ppl dint make it, it consist of 15 attitude and 30 java questions.