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TCS to shut Lucknow centre; staff to be relocated
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TCS to shut Lucknow centre; staff to be relocated

TCS is setting up a large BPO operation in Varanasi next year,  some staff could be absorbed there Image: Tata Consultancy Services Chief Executive Officer Rajesh Gopinathan speaks during a news conference announcing the company's quarterly results in Mumbai, India, July 13, 2017. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters India's largest information technology (IT) services firm, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), is shutting its Lucknow centre as part of a consolidation of its Uttar Pradesh (UP) ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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IT firms only need to get their mojo back

India's IT, BPO story isn't over yet, believes Ganesh Natarajan. IMAGE: There is life in the old dog yet, and the industry is fully capable of finding a way back to the growth trajectories that made it the darling of stock markets for two decades, says the author.Photograph: Reuters.   A busy month of quarterly and annual results have served to underline what we have all known for some time -- the information technology (IT) and business process management services industry is changing ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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PE investments up 62% to $5.4 billion in Q1

Total investments in the first six months of 2017 was a record $11.34 billion Private equity (PE) entities invested about $5.4 billion (Rs 35,000 crore) in India across 124 deals during the quarter ended June, up by 62 per cent than that in the same quarter of 2016, which saw $3.3 billion across 145 transactions. However, the figure was nine per cent less than the March quarter’s, which saw a record $5.9 billion across 148 transactions. Total investments in the first six months of 2017 ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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'The gig economy is going to be the future'

'You will see more and more people working independently -- starting beauty parlours, driving cars, etc.''This is what we call the gig economy.''The same people who have been laid off in India or are unable to get visas to work in the US may be part of this gig economy.''India needs billions of jobs, and it can only be created by self-employment or the gig economy.' When will the jobs come back, Mr Modi? IMAGE: India needs billions of jobs, and experts believe it can only be created by ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Scale to skill: The mantra Indian IT needs

Of the 3.9 million the sector employs, HR experts say at least 100,000 are likely to lose their jobs by the end of this financial year. Ayan Pramanik and Raghu Krishnan report. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com An audio clip of a Mumbai-based employee at Capgemini, the French information technology (IT) services entity, fighting with the personnel officer to retain her is an indicator of the human cost of the changes under way in the sector. The clip has gone viral on social media. One ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Don't panic, outlook for Indian IT sector is optimistic

Despite lay-offs and the threat of automation, the industry will continue to be an important driver of growth in employment and GDP, says Ashok Soota. There has recently been a lot of angst about the Indian information technology (IT) industry.  The anxiety has centred around two themes: Is the $150-billion industry, which is about seven per cent of Indian gross domestic product (GDP), now heading for a period of stagnation? The impact of the above and other global developments such as ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Mr Modi, where are the 10 million jobs you promised?

It is necessary that at least three million additional jobs (if not more) are created every year to ensure that there isn’t an increase in the stock of unemployed, says Mahesh Vyas. A common thread running through most current assessments of the government completing three of its five years in office is that it has failed to create the jobs that it promised. Apparently, the government had promised 10 million jobs per annum. That was, perhaps, a tall order. The unemployed in the country ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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