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  • 1. Are you the smart one !!! Careers from HR perspective By Ajit Chouhan One Bihar Team
  • 2. About the presentation
    • Some facts and data
    • What it means to us
    • Are you ready ???
  • 3. Facts ,trends and growth pattern
    • IT & IT Enabled services (ITES)
    • The global offshore market will reach upwards of $160 billion by 2009. The market will continue to grow in line with demand, at an approximate rate of 33 percent a year for the next three years.
    • Non IT-off shoring, which was virtually non-existent five years ago, will represent, nearly half (45 percent) of the offshore market in three years.
    • Exports of Indian IT and IT enabled Services (ITeS) continued to grow for the fourth year in a row with an increase of 33% to touch $23.6 billion in ’05–06 , according to reports by India’s industry association, Nasscom.
    • The projected growth in the exports for the year ’06–07 will continue to outstrip the growth in the domestic market, the industry is expected to meet its target of being a $60-billion industry by 2010 .
    • Nasscom has also projected that exports will grow 27%–30% in ’06–07 to $29–$31 billion, while the overall industry is expected to grow 25%–28% to $36–$38 billion.
    • The domestic market for software is estimated to reach $6 billion in the current year from $4.8 billion in the previous fiscal year
  • 4. Some more facts…
    • The other side of the story
    • Number of regular employees of Indian Railways in 1997: 1,583,614 (standing world record 2004) [GWR]  
    • Number of people applying for 22,000 jobs advertised by the Indian Railway (2003):740,000
    • Planned number of staff of Reuters news agency to work in Bangalore by 2006: 2,500 (or 10 % of Reuter's total workforce) [BBC Oct 04]
    •   - * working population: 699.9 million [*2005]  - domestic workers in India: 14 million  - women employed in rural areas: 31 %  - women employed in cities: 11 %  - people registered as unemployed with 936 employment exchanges: 41.6 million (beginning 2004)  - employment in the unorganized sector: 91.39 % of work force
    •   - employed in agriculture: 48 % (2005)  
  • 5. The Talent Pool today
    • Reports say only 25 per cent of technical graduates and 10-15 per cent of general college graduates are suitable for employment in the offshore IT and BPO industries respectively .
    • The IT industry today employs 1m workers, but faces a shortfall a shortfall of 500,000 professional by 2010 threatening its dominance of global offshore IT-services, warns a report published by business consultancy McKinsey and Nasscom.
    • According to the All India Council for Technical Education, India produced 401,791 engineers in 2003-04, 35 per cent being computer engineers.
    • In 2004-05, the number of engineering graduates increased to 464,743, of which 31 per cent were computer engineers.
    • Compared to India and China, the United States produces only 70,000 engineering graduates every year.
    • All of Europe produces just 100,000.
  • 6. The Talent Pool today
    • India currently has 113 universities and 2,088 colleges, many of which teach various engineering disciplines.
    • Engineering colleges in the country have been growing at 20 per cent a year, while business schools have grown at 60 per cent.
    • Five Indian states -- Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala -- account for 69 per cent of India's engineers.
    • Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Orissa account for only 14 per cent.
  • 7. Beyond IT and Bio-Tech
    • Media , Journalism, Entertainment , Web based earning opportunities, Agri- research, Pharma, Retailing, advertising are just few of the career options which are the fastest growing and highly lucrative career options.
    • Tourism and Health services continue to grow exponentially and India is being packages as a hot destination for Tourism with affordable and quality health services.
    • However we lack quality and affordable hotels to meet the growing demand of hotel accommodations.
    • Entrepreneurship is what we need, but we don’t have train people to become successful entrepreneurships.
    • Are we prepared to be pro-active and learn from the mistakes of past or we will continue to be reactive and regret later.
  • 8. Are you ready ?
    • Meticulous planning
    • Effectiveness and speed in execution
    • Focused and Result oriented
    • Persistent Effort
    • Continuous learning ,unlearning and re-learning
  • 9. Food for Thought
    • Do you have marketable skills and competencies which is the need of the hour?
    • Does your institutions helps you to meet the ever changing career opportunities. In other words do you think you are acquiring saleable Knowledge and Skills ?
    • Are you aware about the opportunities which your stream of education offers today?
    • Can you think beyond jobs ?Are you willing to explore the untapped market potential and become an entrepreneur.
    • In other words do you have a healthy disrespect for the present mode of acquiring degree/certificates.
  • 10.
    • Questions
    • Thank You
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