B.Tech students should be ready to work in Germany, the visa process is going to be easy


They do not dream of getting a job abroad. It is the dream of many IT professionals in India to go abroad and get a good paying job. However, sometimes getting a work visa is not that easy. But now there is a great news for Indian IT professionals. In fact, Germany is in dire need of Indian IT professionals and due to this the government there is facilitating the visa process. The Chancellor of Germany himself said this.

What did the Chancellor of Germany say?

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz recently said that Germany’s IT sector is a minefield of highly skilled workers. They are looking for the best IT employees as they are facing shortage of IT employees. Earlier this year, when the German Chancellor was on a visit to India, he told the media in Bangalore that he was trying to bring such reforms in Germany’s legal framework that Indian IT professionals could get work visas easily.< /p>

Is German language compulsory?

Now the biggest question arises whether knowing German is mandatory for you to work in Germany. The Chancellor of Germany said that language is not a problem and most of the people who come to work in Germany speak English. But gradually while living here, he adopted the German language. That’s why IT professionals who think that they cannot work in Germany without knowing the German language have also expressed their doubts.

Germany has higher salary than India. >Many software engineers studying in IITs in India dream of going to Europe and getting a job. The big reason for this is the package given by the companies there to the students here. When a German company hires an Indian IT professional, it pays many times more than an Indian company. Along with this, there is a mindset among many people living in India that if they go abroad for work, they will get more respect from their relatives and society.


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