INDIA is considered as the world's second largest telecommunication market. The subscriber base is steadily increasing from 1.05 billion. In India almost everybody owns a mobile phone now and the governments aggressive introduction of digitization will open a great job opportunities in this sector. This sector comprises of telephone, internet service providers which helps the mobile phone sector. As this sector keeps growing, the demand of skilled employees will also grow. The growth is possible because of the penetration of mobile phones and services, internet connectivity and allied services. In telecom sector technology up gradation is faster making the older technologies redundant. Consequently the demand for skilled employees in every branch of the industry will continue to grow much higher than the present requirement including the skill sets of the employees. Telecommunication industry is one of the largest employer of skilled and highly skilled human resources and in the management / business sector of the industry.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY and BPO
Information technology in India is an industry consisting of two major components: IT services and business process outsourcing (BPO).
Industry experts and NASSCOM say the Indian IT workforce will touch 30 million by 2020, becoming the highest sector employer. It is expected that there will also be steady increase in salary structure in IT sector.
The outsourcing industry is also exploring India to set up their base and is expected to be a $2.5 billion industry in the next 24 months. According to the IBEF (India Brand Equity Foundation) figures, the Indian IT industry is set to touch $225 billion by 2020. Companies are looking to beef up operations, especially in areas like data sciences, algorithm design and cloud computing
The IT industry body Nasscom is working to change the acronym BPO to BPM ( Business Process Management) to build acceptance for BPM . It is possible that in near future the BPM resonates with clients, job seekers, job providers and other stake holders.