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Keshav Murugesh, CEO of the Nasdaq-listed WNS, discusses the impact of the Trump administration on BPO and BPM industry with Ayan Pramanik. IMAGE: The WNS CEO believes that demand for the BPM industry continues to be very nascent, and the industry continues to be under-penetrated. Photograph: Getty Images. India creates jobs in the United States, contrary to the general view in that country, says Keshav Murugesh, chief executive officer of Nasdaq-listed WNS. The business process ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Job cuts: Wipro explains why it's important to re-skill employees

'A clear shift has happened from managing demand to creating demand. The second is this industry is based on talent and that talent is mobile. Earlier we used to learn about new technologies, now it is a matter of survival.' 'People who are good and doing well, they are not bothered because the demand from them is very high.' India's technology services firms are facing their worst period in a decade. The industry is facing technology and business shifts, impacting their growth and their ...
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'Government is not focussing on job creation'

'If jobs do not happen, the demographic dividend we have will become a demographic disaster.' With the United States changing its H-1B visa rules, will India's information technology sector suffer, or will it turn out to be an opportunity for it to rediscover its true strengths? Financial wizard V Balakrishnan -- former chief financial officer, Infosys -- below, left, discusses the challenges confronting the Indian IT industry, the annual need for 15 million to 20 million jobs and more in a ...
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Small IT firms to step up hiring in US

To increase local talent mix in the US like their major peer Infosys India’s small and mid-sized IT services companies are planning to increase local talent mix in the US like their major peer Infosys. The Bengaluru-based Infosys announced its plans to hire 10,000 US citizens in two years and set up four innovation hubs there. While companies such as Zensar Technologies, Persistent Systems are planning to increase the mix of US citizens at their local delivery centres, Infosys’s ...
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Cognizant to significantly expand local hiring in US

Firm to prune domestic costs through initiatives such as voluntary separation Cognizant Technology Solutions plans to sharply increase local hiring in the US this year with increased demand for co-innovation and on-site presence from clients. The Nasdaq-listed technology services major said it would look at talent across local community colleges to big management universities to man different projects in the US. Last month, when the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services opened the ...
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Has the promise of 'sabka vikas' failed?

While the widespread feeling is that employment growth has been sluggish, some argue that, since sabka vikas slogan will most probably not deliver, Mr Modi and the BJP are going in for an unambiguous strategy of Hindu consolidation, says Subir Roy. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. How has the National Democratic Alliance government delivered on the promise of sabka vikas (inclusive growth) that is widely considered to have brought Prime Minister Narendra Modi to power in 2014? This is ...
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Amarinder seeks Modi's nod to sell electricity to Pak

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Thursday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and sought his support in allowing the state to sell its surplus power to Pakistan or Nepal. The chief minister also demanded a package for farmers, especially those living along the international border, and concessions for the industry on the lines of those granted to hill states like Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. During the meeting with the PM that lasted around an hour, Amarinder expressed concern ...
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How Sanjiv Goenka plans to spread his wings

Group is planning to reduce its dependence on power generation business by expanding in other areas Diversified conglomerate RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group (RPSG) has forayed into fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and is eyeing $1 billion revenue in the next five years from this business. The group is planning to reduce its dependence on the power generation business by expanding in other areas like power distribution, FMCG and sports. Sanjiv Goenka, group chairman, has formed a new company, Guiltfree ...
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