As per reports about two lakh engineers and 20,000 MBAs and other graduates are likely to be hired by the IT. Are bad days over for this sector? Your views?
Asked by Good Citizen, 14 Apr '11 12:18 pm
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Yes IT industry ,y At its current growth rate, Indias $11 billion BPO industry will reach about $30 billion by 2012, said the joint report, published by consultancy firm Everest Group and Indias National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom).If the industry reaches $50 billion in revenue, it will directly employ two million staff and provide indirect employment for two to three times more people, said Som Mittal, president of Nasscom. The industry would comprise 2.5 percent of India's GDP (gross domestic product).The BPO industry needs more employable graduates with skills in new areas such as analytics or the industry could face staff shortages of up to one million people for entry-level positions, Some companies have explored setting up operations in smaller cities due to competition for staff from the retail and telecommunication areas.Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 14 Apr '11 12:27 pm
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Looks soAnswered by dhanendra kumar jain, 14 Apr '11 12:38 pm
Hope so.........signs r goodAnswered by gaurav shokeen, 14 Apr '11 12:24 pm
Yes the good days are back again for this fieldAnswered by rajnikant raiyarela, 14 Apr '11 12:19 pm