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A Statistical Study on the Issues of KPO Sector


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Its global economy and everyone talks about the “world becoming flat”. This in turn means that there are plenty of opportunities for everyone to become professional and make it big in the corporate world. India as an economy has long marched into the global economy. We have global corporate giants who have set up offices, factories and outlets not just in bigger cities in India but in smaller towns as well. The Indian corporate giants have also grown and spread deeper into India to give a stiff competition to global giants. This directly results in fantastic career options for an aspiring student today. Every company small, medium or big Indian and/or Multi-National Corporations (MNCs) need good talents. The Education sector has grown leaps and bounds. Universities, Deemed Universities, Self Financing Colleges, Government Colleges, International Degree Programs and Institutes that teach Information Technology related subject …. the list goes on. On the face of it, this looks like there is a conscious effort to create supply of professional talent to match the growing corporate talent needs. However, the question is “does our academic curriculum helps create employable professionals or just graduates who have completed a course”? Thus, through this Present Paper, the research scholar makes an attempt to give the statistical study on the issues of KPO sector.


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Multi-National Corporations (MNCs), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).
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B. Mohana Priya
AVIT, Paiyanoor, Chennai, India

Abstract


Its global economy and everyone talks about the “world becoming flat”. This in turn means that there are plenty of opportunities for everyone to become professional and make it big in the corporate world. India as an economy has long marched into the global economy. We have global corporate giants who have set up offices, factories and outlets not just in bigger cities in India but in smaller towns as well. The Indian corporate giants have also grown and spread deeper into India to give a stiff competition to global giants. This directly results in fantastic career options for an aspiring student today. Every company small, medium or big Indian and/or Multi-National Corporations (MNCs) need good talents. The Education sector has grown leaps and bounds. Universities, Deemed Universities, Self Financing Colleges, Government Colleges, International Degree Programs and Institutes that teach Information Technology related subject …. the list goes on. On the face of it, this looks like there is a conscious effort to create supply of professional talent to match the growing corporate talent needs. However, the question is “does our academic curriculum helps create employable professionals or just graduates who have completed a course”? Thus, through this Present Paper, the research scholar makes an attempt to give the statistical study on the issues of KPO sector.


Keywords


Multi-National Corporations (MNCs), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).



DOI: https://doi.org/10.36039/ciitaas%2F6%2F5%2F2014%2F106793.148-153