Wireless Inspector

Wireless License

Will be updated

Preferably prior experience with wireless technology

The tasks a Wireless inspector is expected to perform include:

Inspecting radio licences and checking unauthorised use of receiving sets

Visiting premises of radio-set users, checking licences and initiating prosecution proceedings against pirates (non-holder of licences)

Making enquiries about character, antecedents and solvency of new dealers in wireless receiving sets for grant of licences

Liaising with and conducting periodical inspections of premises of authorised dealers in wireless receiving sets

Organizing anti-piracy drives

Examining applications of owners of defective sets for exemption of licence fee

In-depth knowledge of wireless equipment, receiving and transmitting messages in coded and plain language

Knowledge of licences, initiating prosecution proceedings, enquiries about character, antecedents and solvency of new dealers

Not applicable

Good communication skills

Planning and organizing skills

Relationship management skills

Analytical and critical thinking skills

Attention to detail


It is not a desk job

The role does not involve team handling

Travelling is required for the job

Part-time work and contractual jobs are not available

Work from home option is not available

Working hours

Work is for 5/6 days a week and minimum 8/9 hours every day

The job does not involve working in shifts

The role may include working on weekends and holidays

Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?This job is suitable for candidates with One Leg (OL), without both legs (BL) and who is Hearing Impaired (HH)

This job is not considered hazardous or dangerous as per The Factories Act, 1948 (section 87)

Will be updated
(These figures are indicative and subject to change)


Increase in Human Resource requirement in Telecommunications

The sector currently employs over 2.08 million employees and is slated to employ more than 4.16 million employees by 2022. This implies additional creation of ~2.1 million jobs in the nine-year period. The period 2013?17 will see a marginally higher growth in employment vis-a-vis 2017?22 due to expected changes in infrastructure integration and shared services along with increasing share of organized retail leading to higher productivity levels of workforce.

Indian Telecom Industry Trend

Indian Telecom industry has emerged as one of the greatest economic success stories by becoming the 2nd largest and fastest growing market, registering a consistent overall growth rate of more than 35% over the past decade (subscribers).

Further, the annual mobile handset sales are expected to cross 200 million units mark this year and India is fast becoming a manufacturing hub for Telecom infrastructure equipment.

With m-governance, m-commerce, m-education, m-health, online shopping, m-gaming, m2m communications & many such new innovations, Telecom industry is set to increasingly permeate the lives of Indians in the coming years. This dynamic sector employs close to 2.8 million people directly and almost another 7 million indirectly, making it one of the largest employment generating sectors in the country. Given these factors, it will increase job opportunities for Wireless Inspector.


Telecom companies

Radio companies

Wireless authorities

FCC (Federal Communication Commission)

Police departments

Cities across India

Will be updated

Engineering, science and polytechnic colleges across the country

IITs, ITIs across the country