India currently has one among the most important education systems within the world and has become the second largest marketplace for e-learning. The Education sector has been witnessing a paradigm shift, driven by digitization. Once considered a philanthropic activity, it's now transformed into an ‘industry’ on its own. With India on the brink of hosting the world’s largest tertiary- age population within the world, the expansion prospects for the Education sector is unbound.

At Ananta HR, we understand, human resource plays a foremost role in this sector. Our team understands that the increasing number of faculties, colleges and universities require fresh talent and innovative leadership strategies to sustain during this changing environment. With an in-depth understanding of the sector, Ananta HR has the ability to deliver results across the entire Education realm.


Healthcare industry has become one of India’s largest sector, in terms of wealth and enrollment. The Indian healthcare sector is flourishing at a brisk pace due to its strengthening coverage, services and increasing expenditure by public also private players. India's competitive advantage lies in its large pool of well-trained & devoted medical professionals. India ranks 145 among 195 countries in terms of quality and accessibility of healthcare, we'll effort to shore up this. Finding exceptionally talented manpower requires plenty of challenges which we hold expertise in Healthcare and feel proud to provide staffing to our clients.


The Manufacturing sector in India is poised for a phase of remarkable growth due to policies just like the ‘Make in India’ campaign and better limits on FDI in various sectors. Under the Make in India initiative, Government aims to enlarge the share of the manufacturing sector to country’s GDP to 25 per cent by 2025. With motivation on developing industrial corridors and smart cities, the government aims to make sure holistic development of the state. For massive expansion in sector need highly skilled resources as well which we can help to provide our client.

We believe maintaining long-standing relationships with our clients and make sure that companies find an ideal link with the proper talent at the proper time..


We (India) have come a long way from first automobile on road in 1897 to the one of the leading Automobile Industry in the world. Royalties of India were the only privileged amongst to own cars during pre-independence era and now almost every household owns one. India was the world's fourth largest manufacturer of passenger vehicle and seventh largest manufacturer of commercial vehicles in 2019. We Ananta HR understand the industry and its requirements very broadly and our team of consultants with a robust practice of the industry across the different levels of the value chain ensures that we work on these mandates very efficiently.


India is the world's fourth-largest energy consumer. Oil and Gas consumption has outpaced that in Asia at current prices. The Oil and Gas sector in India is a symbolic impact in the major decision-making process for all other sectors in the economy. As the demand for energy keeps rising globally, the demand for skilled manpower to steer the industry keeps rising exponentially. From general project staffs to highly skilled managers, we can offer targeted and specific recruitment solutions to numerous clients in this sector.


Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector is fourth largest sector with household and personal care in India. The market is highly fragmented with almost 50 per cent share with the unmarked, unpackaged home-made products in country. Easier access, growing awareness and dynamic lifestyles have been the key growth drivers for the sector. Well established distribution networks, cheap operating costs, easy availability of raw materials, and the presence across the entire value chain are the factors highly supportive of the FMCG sector in India.

In India, FMCG employing over 2 million productive workforces currently, it has emerged as major employer for the Indian workforce. With our substantial information bank of experienced FMCG industry experts, as a recruitment organization we deliver recruitment needs on time and on budget while maintaining aggregate privacy for clients.


Logistics is observed as the backbone of the economy, providing efficient and cost effective flow of products on which other commercial sectors depend. Logistic industry in India is evolving rapidly, it’s the interplay of infrastructure, technology and new sorts of service providers, which defines whether the logistic industry is in a position to help its customers reduce their costs in logistic sector and supply effective services. Inadequate logistics infrastructure can create bottlenecks within the growth of an economy. There exist several challenges and opportunities for logistic sector in the Indian economy. Trained Manpower is essential both for the third party logistics sector as well as the manufacturing and retailing sectors, which we can help to provide enough, i.e., IT, driving and warehouse as well as at a higher strategic level.


In recent year, this sector employs considerable coverage in our country. Success rate is due to the fact that there is the availability of resources required in this field. For nearly the past two decades, it has been catering to a number of industries. This has become popular due to Economy of scale, Factor of cost advantage, Superior competency, and Business risk mitigation. Clients while outsourcing their business & knowledge today don’t simply search for practical arrangements yet additionally need better efficiency, skilled staff, improved nature of administration and brilliance in the business procedure. This time is perfectly ripe for the industry in India to move up the curve. We will offer professional approach in finding talent to our clients as we understand the specific needs of our clients in this specialized industry.


There is an increasing need for harnessing the talents and knowledge of the increasing population and to look for ways that can adequately expand and take advantage of the workforce in future. IT services are inspiring into innovation, advanced processes, and development of products which require specialized skills. The Indian ecosystem is required to travel through a serious transformation to make sure that the workforce is eligible to figure on these advancements. IT companies spend about 40% of the entire expenditure of the corporate in the acquisition, up-skilling and retention process. The companies do understand the importance of investing in human capital and it is believed that huge success can be achieved by prioritizing and creating a road map for reforms to address the requirements of the industry. By 2026, the population of the country is expected to reach 1.4 billion and 83% of this increase is estimated to be in the age group of 15-59 years. Finding exceptionally talented manpower requires tons of challenges and that we Ananta HR hold expertise in IT and feel proud to provide staffing to our clients.