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Feb 04, 2019
IIM Lucknow students get 100% final placements in three days; IT sector recruitment likely to surge this yearThe students were reportedly offered jobs in top four segments—consulting, finance, sales and marketing and business development, said a report.
Oct 26, 2018
IT hiring gets a fillip: Software companies bullish on employment prospects, to scale up recruitment by March 2019The hiring of tech experts is likely to be higher in the non-IT domains because of automation.
Jun 06, 2018
TCS wants to switch to on-demand hiring owing to increased automation in software delivery processesThis year, TCS had already given out job offers to 20,000 on-campus candidates which had been the same as in the previous year
May 08, 2018
IT companies to boost hiring in April-September period post last year's relaxed pace, says surveyHiring plans of the Indian IT companies will edge up during the April-September period as labour market outlook is optimistic, says a survey.
Feb 20, 2018
Nasscom forecasts 7-9% revenue growth for IT industry in next financial yearFor the second year in a row, software industry lobby Nasscom on Tuesday projected a flat growth revenue scenario for the industry in FY19, clipping at 7-9 percent over FY18
Jul 19, 2017
Gentle deceleration in IT hiring due to focus on efficiency, innovation, says junior minister ChaudharyThe growth in total employees stood at 7 percent in 2014-15, which came down to 6 percent the following year and was 5 percent in 2016-17
Jul 22, 2016
Nasscom’s bleak outlook for IT sector: From lower jobs to Brexit impactNasscom's statements assume significance as the three major IT services companies of the country - Wipro, Infosys and TCS - have come out with a not-so-impressive earnings, giving rise to concerns about the jobs creation potential of the sector
Aug 05, 2013
Bad news for job seekers: IT hiring could come down by 17%Rising automation and low attrition in IT sector may act as a dampener for job seekers with industry body Nasscom expecting hiring to decline by up to 17 percent to 1,50,000 in the current fiscal.