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7 lakh people in IT, BPO to lose jobs
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7 lakh people in IT, BPO to lose jobs

There are both good and bad news for those worried about predicted job losses in India's IT sector. First the bad news: A report by US-based research firm HfS Research says around 7 lakh low skilled workers in IT/BPO industry in India are expected to lose ... MSN India, 2 weeks ago

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87 cos to set up 18,160 seats in BPO/ITeS sector under IBPS

As many as 87 companies have entered into preliminary agreement with Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) to set up 18,160 seats in BPO/ITeS operations across the country, Parliament was informed today.
 DNA1 month ago
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TCS to shut Lucknow centre, says no job losses, staff to be relocated

TCS is setting up a large BPO operation in Varanasi next year, some staff could be absorbed there
 Business Standard2 months ago TCS to shut Lucknow centre; staff to be relocated  Rediff.com2 months ago
The Assam Tribune

BPO, software technology park on cards for Silchar

SILCHAR, Sept 21 - Union Minister for Law and Justice, Electronics and IT Ravi Shankar Prasad, has announced that as a part of spreading the technological know-how across the smaller cities of the country, Silchar, the second biggest urban sprawl in the ...
 The Assam Tribune1 day ago
Money Today

AI, automation will cost 7 lakh IT jobs by 2022, says report

About 7 lakh low skilled workers in IT and BPO industry in India are likely to lose their jobs to automation and artificial intelligence by 2022, says a report by US-based research firm HfS Research. However, it is not a bad news for everyone, as the report ...
 Money Today2 weeks ago

STPI to re-launch BPO promotion scheme after tweaking guidelines

The Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) has tweaked the guidelines of the BPO Promotion Scheme and would re-launch the same soon, an official said here on Thursday.The scheme, which was launched one and a half years back with the objective to spread the ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago

Omega Healthcare to hike Bengaluru headcount by 25%, hire 1,000 in 6 months

Mid-size BPO firm Omega Healthcare said it would hire 1000 people in the next six months in Bengaluru. The healthcare services provider, which earns largest chunk of its revenues from the US, has 4000 employees in Bengaluru. Omega Healthcare employs the same ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Indian, Chinese IT companies discuss avenues in artificial intelligence

Dalian (China): Several Indian and Chinese IT companies on Wednesday got together in China's port city of Dalian for cooperation in the field of artificial intelligence. On the first India-China Dalian IoT (Internet of Things) Conference, the government ...
 Sify2 days ago
Rediff.com

Let a thousand start-ups bloom!

There’s a crucial missing piece that can bring in a flood of high-quality angel investors who are vitally needed to kickstart our start-up dream, says Ajit Balakrishnan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. Last weekend a group of serious-faced men came to see me. When they called me, they’d said they needed some tips to make their venture to assist Indian start-ups successful, and I was only too happy to meet them. As soon as they came in, they eyed my dining table and, once ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago
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The new queens on the ramp!

The unique pageant aims to show the world that beauty can have various meanings, says Geetanjali Krishna. As we neared the end of our freedom month, a unique pageant in Gurugram celebrated a different kind of freedom. At stake was much more than the crown of Miss Transqueen India 2017 -- as they walked the ramp, transsexuals from across the country hoped to break the oppressive conventions of existing beauty norms. "Through this pageant, I want the world to see that beauty comes in all the ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
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