By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Make in India and IT is one of the biggest sector of Make in India concept silently doing its contribution to India's growth. Concept is already exists from several decade. The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) should fell proud of this concept. Staffing and recruitment is one of the biggest service sectors in India today. Systems engineer IT is one of the top hot job in 2015.In preparation for 'achche din' promised by the new government, India Inc has big plans for 2015 when it comes to hiring people and doling out pay hikes. On the platter for the job market, the companies are promising an estimated 3-5 lakh new jobs, an increase of 15-20 per cent in headcount and average pay hike of 10-12 per cent that can go up to 30 per cent for certain roles and sectors.India's huge young population is biggest asset . Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in its skill development survey found Top 5 Hot Jobs in India By 2015! that by 2015, automobile industry, retail sector, banking and financial services, construction sector and health care industry will be facing a several shortage of skilled workers. Thus, experts , recommend you to aim for these Top 5 Hot Jobs in India by 2015 and choose courses and programmes that will equip you with related skills. Sectors like infrastructure, power, energy, manufacturing, IT, ITES, retail, e-commerce, banking and non-profit sector would also see high demand.According to reports with organic growth in the organized sector, the flexi-staffing industry is estimated to grow to represent 10% of the organized workforce by 2025.In the effort to acquire a regulated industry status for the staffing industry in India, the Indian Staffing Federation, released the first ever Indian Staffing Industry Research 2012 on 'Turning Available Work into Jobs'. The survey brought out the first ever report on the Indian Flexi Staffing industry that features the size of the Indian flexi-staffing industry, its growth drivers, its benefits to employers, the challenges involved, the regulatory scenario, some internationals trends and ISF's recommendations for the betterment of the industry.Numbers show that organized flexi staffing in India is likely to employ 9 million by 2025. And with organic growth in the organized sector the flexi-staffing industry is estimated to grow to represent 10% of the organized workforce by 2025. That would take the current size of the industry from 1.3 million to 9 million.