Wire Bonding, Die Attach. Die bonding

Minimum Preferably 12th standard passed

Certified training for Die Bonding Operator (programme aligned to ELE/Q1701 released by Electronics Sector Skills Development Council)

Not applicable

The tasks a Wire Bonding Operator is expected to perform include:

Attaching the silicon die or micro-chip on a lead frame or PCB, respectively

Operating the automated pick-and-place machine to solder or paste the silicon die or chip on a lead frame or PCB

Proficient in operating the pick-and-place machine

Proficient in carrying out preventive maintenance of machine as per manufacturer?s schedule

Skilled at maintaining ESD, dust-free and 5S standards as per company?s policy

Knowledge of maintaining a safe and healthy working environment at the workplace

Proficient at handling hazardous material

Knowledge of electrostatic discharge (ESD) measures for electronic component safety

Knowledge of disposal of hazardous chemicals, tools and materials by following prescribed environmental norms Safety procedures while operating hazardous tools and equipment

Physically fit

Manual dexterity and stability

Ability to work independently

Hardworking and persistent


Team player

Process oriented

Problem solving

It needs one to be on their toes

Work from home is not available

Part-time and contractual jobs may not be available

Local traveling is not a part of this job role

Need not handle a team

Working hours

Working is 9 hours everyday for 6 days a week

Shift system may be applicable

Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?Maybe

This job is not considered hazardous or dangerous

Health risks include physical and mental strain

One may develop occupational hazards like poor eyesight, lethargy, joint pain etc. if proper care is not taken

For freshers INR 7,000 to INR 9,000 per month For candidates with experience - INR 10,000 to INR 15,000 per month (These figures are indicative and subject to change)

EDSM Market in India

AlthoughIndiamajorly relies on imports of numerous electronics products, equipment and components from other countries, the country's Electronic System Design & Manufacturing (ESDM) market has witnessed a significant transformation over the past few years.

Future Prospects

While India?s presence as a base for manufacture of high end components is still underway, by nature of its growth in the IT/ITES industry, India has already established a presence in the R&D for components with global electronics majors such as Texas Instruments, Intel and others having their research facilities in India.

Projected HR Requirement in Electronics Components

According to the IMaCS Analysis, the human resource requirement in the Electronics Components segment has been projected to grow from 1,49,000 in 2008 to 8,34,000 in 2022 that is an increment of 6,85, 000 resources.

The Electronics Sector Skills Council of India has listed Active Components as one of the top 14 sub-sectors with a high potential for employment.

Manufacturing companies

Packaging solutions companies

Job openings are in Tier I, Tier II and Tier III cities