A Hindu Nationalist Perspective
I found this article on Reuters Mobile (us.mobile.reuters.com) and thought you might find it interesting:
Analysis: The end of Indian IT staffing as we know it http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSBRE92N0K820130324
Another article complements what is being said here:timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/stoi/all-that-matters/Indian-IT-Wake-up-and-smell-the-opportunity/articleshow/28071491.cmsI think the outdated syllabus in engineering colleges is largely to blame. For instance, keeping on teaching about 8085 microprocessor when so much has changed in recent years does not make much sense. Earlier, because of economic boom, companies were willing to take freshers on board and invest in training them, but not anymore.Also, I think more stress has to be put on lab work and internal assessment rather than university examinations.
Link that workshttp://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/tech-news/software-services/Indian-IT-Wake-up-and-smell-the-opportunity/movie-review/28098432.cms
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