While all other sectors face instability from the ‘now growth, now recession’ turbulence of the world economic conditions, the Life Sciences industry remains reasonably insulated. Furthermore, this industry in India is even experiencing rapid and consistent progress. Be it the pharmaceutical space, the medical devices, diagnostics and imaging sphere, the healthcare sector or the relatively recent world of biotechnology, they all enjoy growth rates of over 12%. Given this scope of expansion, every company in this industry is waking up to making good use of the opportunity. For some, this means growth into related business and product lines, organically or inorganically, while for others it would mean renewing their strategic focus to gain maximum market share. Further, the constant action of mergers and acquisitions, the increased need for outsourcing (now also in the form of medical tourism) and India’s growing capacity for R&D and generic exports, have all kept the players in this sector on their toes.

This state of affairs makes the need for hiring that one right person more essential than ever. The changing environment has brought with it several adaptive requirements on the part of the industry. New perspectives are needed on issues ranging from patent expirations, to innovations in medical delivery to the growing enthusiasm over areas such as cosmetic surgery.

Scope of Practice:

  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Biotechnology
  • Generics
  • Medical Devices
  • Diagnostics
  • Healthcare Services
  • Healthcare Informatics
  • Consumer Health
  • Research and Development


Life sciences
Education and not-for-profit
Banking and financial services