IT industry must skill workforce to hold position globally: NASSCOM | Delhi NYOOOZ

Summary: He further added that the skills in cloud computing, robotics, and artificial intelligence are much-sought-after skills that IT companies require now. New Delhi, July 23 (ANI): The Indian IT-BPM industry employing about 37 lakh people will have to revise the skills of about 60 to 70 percent of its current workforce to hold its position in the global software service industry in the throes of technology-led disruption, said NASSCOM at a human resource summit in Chennai. The IT companies will also seriously review hiring fresh graduates from campuses en-masse and go for targeted hiring of graduates who are experts in certain subjects. “The margins in the IT business, though, are coming down but companies have not cut spending. NASSCOM president R Chandrashekhar said, “Although the Indian industry’s share in…


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