NASSCOM Conclave Focuses On Future Of Indian IT-ITeS Industry
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NASSCOM Conclave Focuses On Future Of Indian IT-ITeS Industry

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New Delhi: Aiming to provide emerging firms insights on the changing user environment, IT-ITeS industry body Nasscom organized a conclave, showcasing the evolution of the Indian IT Industry and its future roadmap.

The Emergeout Conclave 2013, pondered on opportunities from emerging and developed markets, the hot verticals for start-up successes, changing buyer landscape and the art of learning from failures among other pertinent issues.

"The landscape of the IT industry is changing rapidly and many start-ups and emerging companies are finding themselves ill-equipped to address the changing needs of their customers" Nasscom President Som Mittal said.

These start-ups and new players are uncertain about the ways and means to tap the emerging SME (small and medium enterprise) customer base, gain deeper knowledge about their prospective buyers and enhance their engagement mechanisms with them, he added.

"Keeping this in mind we have designed the sessions of today's conclave, to evangelize and support emerging IT companies to out-compete and perform in such a dynamic environment," Mittal said.

The USD 108 billion India IT-ITeS industry faces challenges like employability, infrastructure, favorable policies and competition from other low cost countries, he added.

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1: Very good article. Yes. There is much concern about IT Fiture and Employment opportunities for IT graduates. There was much hype created for IT in India. About 12 lakh Engineering Graduates are coming out every year in India. NASSCOM has been very much concerned about the poor quality of graduates for employability: “Low employability of existing talent with only 10-15 per cent employable graduates in business services and 26 per cent of employable engineers in technology services continues to be a major bottleneck, Mittal said.” One solution is that Leading IT Companies like Infosys,TCS,WIPRO,HCL should take more students from Established Engineering Colleges rather than going to poor quality Colleges and select few. I have seen some engineering Graduates not knowing how to write a leave letter leave away a LOVE LETTER in English! Such is the poor knowledge of English both written and spoke.
Dr.A.Jagadeesh Nellore(AP),India
Posted by:Anumakonda - 29 Aug, 2013