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Jan 06, 2014
Former telecom secy R Chandrashekhar takes over as Nasscom PresidentFormer Telecom Secretary R Chandrashekhar, under whom a government IT department was set up for the first time, on Sunday took over as President of Nasscom -- a body representing the USD 108 billion Indian IT-BPM industry. He succeeds Som Mittal, who served as the President of Nasscom from 2007-13.<br /><br />
Jan 02, 2014
Why the Nasscom chief is losing sleep over US Immigration BillThe US Immigration Bill, which proposes higher visa fees and enhanced audit by US agencies, is still giving "sleepless nights" and the Indian IT industry needs to keep a watch, Nasscom chief Som Mittal said.
Jul 24, 2013
Watch out: IT biggies all set to cut back on campus hiringArray
Jul 30, 2012
Nasscom says panel on IT tax review will bring clarityPrime Minister Manmohan Singh today set up a committee to look into taxation matters of the IT sector and research and development activities, to provide clarity on such issues.
Jun 26, 2012
Som Mittal Stays As Nasscom President Till 2014Mittal, an IIT-Kanpur alumuni, took over as the association president in January 2008.
May 31, 2012
IT Enables Targeting Customers IndividuallyCustomers leave a lot of data behind after making a purchase. Som Mittal, President, NASSCOM informs how companies devise targeted offerings based on customer preferences.
Apr 14, 2012
Despite Infy's poor show, Nasscom's 11-14% growth forecast for IT remainsMittal admitted that there will be uncertainty in 2013 as many analysts have warned about IT budget spend going down. But all these concerns were already factored into Nasscom growth estimates
Feb 14, 2012
Removal of MAT on SEZs tops Nasscom's Budget 2012 wishlist<br /><br /> In the last Union Budget, government imposed a minimum alternate tax of 18.5 percent on the book profits of SEZs developers and units.
Dec 06, 2011
IT to grow 16-18 percent this fiscal:NasscomNasscom had in February presented a conservative outlook of 16-18 percent growth in IT exports in 2011-12 in the wake of the slow economic recovery in the US and uncertainty in the European region.
Jul 22, 2010
NASSCOM Releases Captive Landscape ReportThe release pegs the size of the captives sector at USD 11.1 billion, almost 22 per cent of total IT-BPO industry export revenues.