IndiaRest of the World34% of theGlobal BPO sourcing market
In the 2012 financial yearIT-BPO Revenue isexpected to reachRS 918 billion*(US$16.6 Billion)A 17% increase fromthe previous year
And theindustry doesnot look to beslowing down
2.8 MILLIONdirectly employed in the industry&over 7.5MILLIONpeople indirectlyemployed through roles such as:CATERINGCLEANINGSECURITY
REGIONAL INDIAIndia’spopulation is astaggering1.2 billion+Photo copyright: Vladimir Wrangel
Even withmegacities likeBombay and Delhi, themajority of inhabitants livein tier 2 and 3 cities, in themore underdevelopedregions of India.
THE SPILLOVER EFFECTEnhanced standard of livingAccess to education Employment opportunitiesIncrease in spendingRetail Real estate TelecommunicationsBPO employment
REAL WORLD OUTCOMESA promising tier 2 city, Jaipurhas seen the amount ofgraduates grow 14 times, fromaround to 23,000 in ‘04/05 toapprox. 325, 000 in ‘08/09Intake in Engineering CollegesIn Dehradun, an emergingtier 3 city, the intake forengineering colleges was4 times greater in ‘08/’09as opposed to ‘04/’052004/05 2008/0932523Graduates‘000s4002002004/05 2008/09014xGraduates in Jaipur2750650Intake‘000s3000150004x
These cities have bothexperienced rapid growthin a number of differentareas, due in large part tothe expansion of IT-BPOorganizations into theirregions.
Indian IT-BPO sector notonly benefits a fewindividuals: the affluenceis being spreadthroughout the economy.A BRIGHT FUTURE
The industry holds greatpotential for the peopleof India.76%of Indian IT-BPOemployees areunder 30.
With an additional200,000 jobs beingcreated withinremote, rural areas.NASSCOM predicts that by 2020 theIT-BPO sector can provide directemployment to 10 million people andindirect employment to 20 millionpeople in India.
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