M.Sc. (IT)Engineering College Bikaner
Price on request
Computer software affects every aspect of our lives, but most significantly the way we communicate. With each passing year, software evolves into a faster, more sophisticated, versatile and easy-to-use technology. As computers become increasingly sophisticated and pervasive, their importance will increase, and skills in IT will correspondingly increase in importance. One will need therefore, IT skills and knowledge to compete in the job market. The rapid development of technologies such as networking, multimedia and the Internet have created totally new job categories where none existed a few years ago. This sector is also the one that is witnessing the fastest growth and change rate. New software and techniques come out every month and professionals have to keep pace with the rapid advancements. As global delivery matures, multi-location strategies will become the norm and most sourcing destinations, including emerging locations, will grow in size. Building on its existing strengths, India will remain the leading destination and will continue to play an important role in most global sourcing strategies. The visibly higher preference for India is driven by its unmatched superiority when measured across a range of parameters that determine the attractiveness of a sourcing location.
Indian software industry is set to achieve a turnover of 10 billion dollars by the year 2005. Though India produces about 4 lakh engineering graduates and more than 6 lakh Arts and Science Graduate every year yet not enough numbers of IT graduates.. The projected demand for trained I.T. professionals is estimated at over 400,000 per year. There is a clear imbalance between the demand and supply of IT professionals with the result that this sector offers one of the highest remuneration packages.