Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Thursday said the state government will spend around Rs 5,000 crore in the next five years for the developing the information technology (IT) sector.
Infosys Foundation has recently launched a programme to enhance employability of engineering graduates. Gauri Rane reports.
Promising incentives and uninterrupted power, the BJP ruled Chhattisgarh on Thursday held a road show in Bangalore.
As per reports, India will be No 1 in terms of job creation in the world.
Andhra Pradesh CM K Rosaiah told CEOs and heads of leading IT and ITES companies operating in Hyderabad that all necessary measures would be taken to see that the IT industry maintains its `business continuity’.
India`s IT spend is expected to touch Rs 1,64,300 crore (USD 37.6 billion), accounting for 2.3 per cent of the GDP by 2013, a study on Monday said.
India`s second-largest software exporter Infosys Technologies plans to give pay hikes and promotions next month, a financial daily reported on Thursday, citing a senior company official.
Rajiv Gandhi is often credited with ushering in IT revolution but the policy which provided a headstart to India in software exports was actually brought in by his mother Indira Gandhi.
IT bellwether Infosys Technologies has been adjudged as most admired Indian company, ahead of Tata Consultancy Services and Bharti Airtel, says a survey.
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