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Can Re-skilling Help IT Sector Employees Avoid Layoffs?

NASSCOM has stated that almost half of the sector's workforce needs to be re-skilled to keep up with the technological advancements of the field

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"Lay Offs In Big Firms Open Opportunities For MSMEs"

If top 10 IT companies are laying off employees, there is a huge potential in mid-sized and small scale enterprises. The smaller enterprises can also leverage the experience of those who have been laid off from big firms.

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‘IT Sector More Driven By Politics Than Technology Today’

The curb on H-1B visa, increasing emphasis on automation and an attempt to reduce cost of production has led Indian IT sector go through its worse phase since the 2008 global financial crisis.

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Indian IT Export To Grow 7-8% In Fiscal 2018: Nasscom

The IT-BPM industry is expected to add 1.3-1.5 lakh new jobs during 2017-18, Nasscom president R Chandrashekhar told reporters here. In the previous fiscal, the industry's net hiring stood at 1.7 lakh.

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Indian IT Industry Is Not Dependent On H-1B Visas: Vishal Sikka

Sikka also believes that the Indian IT companies need to grab the opportunities provided by new technologies like artificial intelligence in a big way to retain its global leadership edge in this fast changing infotech environment.

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Embracing Data Will Lead To More Opportunity In India

India is growing at a rapid rate and we can accelerate this growth by improving social sectors, education and healthcare.

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'Need To Establish Legal Infrastructure For India To Take Lead In Artificial Intelligence'

Information Technology, manufacturing, agriculture and forestry are certain sectors that are expected to experience shrinkage of employment demand as robotic systems and machine learning algorithms take up several tasks.

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Karnataka Government Keen On Policy To Stop IT Layoffs

The government is keen on coming out with a policy addressing various problems including "forced resignation" adopted by IT companies.

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Don’t Blame Government For Layoffs In IT Sector

The real reason for this trend has actually got nothing to do with Modi and everything to do with a gamut of external factors. Allow me to explain this further

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Indian Engineers Are Bad: They Deserve To Be Fired

Engineers show larger skill gap in Programming Practices and Programming Ability abilities. Programming Practices is the ability to code in readable and maintainable fashion and Programming Ability is the ability to code in most optimized way.

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RBI Appoints S Ganesh Kumar As New Executive Director

As Executive Director, Kumar will look after the departments of Information Technology, Payment and Settlement Systems and External Investments and Operations.

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Three Years Of Modi Govt: Rising Up In The World

There is still a lot of work to be done before India is fully digitally empowered, but it’s on the right path

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India’s IT/BPM Industry Needs To Shift From Scale To Skill: NASSCOM Chairman Raman Roy

The National Association of Software and Services Companies, or NASSCOM, a trade association, recently appointed Raman Roy as its chairman for 2017-2018. Roy seems to be the right person at this time, given he has played a pivotal role in building the Indian BPM/BPO industry

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