Finding a job in germany, it's difficulty level: "medium" ;)
- German employers demand a high level of self-reliance (look at a problem and find a solution by yourself without additional help)
- The other thing is know your stuff and like what you are doing.
- Having real working experience is also good.
- But you should improve language skills first, because that might be a showstoppers. (please read further to see my hint)
An engineer is like a swiss army knife - has every tool, perhaps not the sharpest or best but gets the job done.
Masters degree automotive & robotics:
I would suggest looking down to the south of germany, like munich for example, they have an automotive focus,
or RWTH Aachen (very hard, very elite) mostly looking Aachen and south of it. The automotive areas are
Stuttgart(Mercedes Benz, Porsche), Ingolstadt(Audi), München(BMW).
btw. Thinking aside from automotive:
University of Stuttgart has Wind Power Engineering courses and Suzlon group is also active in Germany (Hamburg & Rostock)
But even though I would suggest first re-doing your B.eng or B.sc.in germany (I think there is so much difference in academic titles you will be able to do that ), only for first 2 semesters or even more, just to assess the requirements better, because this is the most difficult part for foreigners from china and india to cope with the requirements. Please keep in mind, Bachelor degrees just sound equal, but are not in terms of requirements & their contents.
This approach has also a benefit, you would have gained a degree perhaps quicker because of your previous knowledge, you could devellop your language skill
and you could have earned a german engineering degree, even called the same, but I would say this has a good "ring" in every employers ear.
(this was also confirmed by a guy from india with a german masters degree I recently met)
But also as german employers like self-reliance, you will need that too in a german university, sustianability, creativity and not being shy.
And language skills are important, even you can do your Masters degree 100% in english, but you need a real social network with fellow students to achieve your goal. But a word of caution, you will probably encounter people who don't like indians or *enter country here*, racism is quite international, but those are not the majority. The better you speak the language the less those people will get a grip! Most professors speak a very simple english, but this changes as the medium age of them changes.