Companies woo Bangalore techies

By siliconindia staff writer   |   Monday, 21 November 2005, 08:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: The heads of Microsoft India Development Center and Symantec India (R&D)— Srini Koppolu and Sharad Sharma—are specially visiting Bangalore on December 3, 2005 to kick off the siliconindia Career Workshop & Recruitment Fair. The duo will talk about building a Good to Great technical Career. They will also talk about why some IT professionals make the leap and others don't.

In India many IT professionals are hungry to know about career paths that would make them successful. With career-tracks in India poised to achieve world-class competitiveness, siliconindia has been organizing unique career workshops that have been great learning and networking platform for the experienced IT talent. It is unique in the sense that IT professionals get to hear views about career paths from various experts external to their own organizations.

For the December event a series of brainstorming sessions that addresses compelling issues related to IT professionalÂ’s career has been lined up. During these sessions senior managers of various IT companies and technology experts will share their experiences on how they've moved-up the corporate ladder and what facilitated them to become established corporate leaders. They will guide attendees on how to utilize their talent in the right way and carve a niche as they make their career journey.

In parallel to the workshop, siliconindia is providing a platform for companies to recruit senior talent for their India operations.

Companies recruiting at the event include Symantec, Intel, Oracle, Yahoo, CA, NetApp, Applied Materials, Marlabs and many more

This is the fourth and last such event to be held in 2005. Nearly 1000 experience IT professionals have attended each of these events in the past.

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