13 per cent of new jobs in IT Industry


The domestic IT industry will be slow to hire new employees. The industry’s representative body Nasscom estimates that in 2015-16 fiscal year, or 13 percent less than the 30,000 new jobs will be created. Indeed, the role of new technologies, many employees are redundant.

They also efficiency (Ifishiansi) is increasing the output of their clients are demanding more from less staff. It’s the start of a new trend is being seen as. Cognizant of the president and executive vice president of Nasscom India R. Chandrasekaran said, “The IT industry is working on such measures, which owed income and number of employees to be different from each other. In other words, the effect of the number of employees on the company’s earnings impact. The Automation and platform-based income growth is being focused on. ”

NASSCOM India Leadership Forum Chandrasekaran recently said these things. Chandrasekaran explained that the IT industry will hire new employees, but that could change in speed.

Changes in income model

India’s IT outsourcing companies typically in their clients who work on projects that make the bill. The system proceeds of the IT companies are directly linked to the number of employees. That is why in the industry to be repeated low-level jobs in the same way and for the work being focused on automation.

The new trend in difficult freshers

Artificial intelligence (artificial intelligence) and cloud computing as a business focus on the IT industry has increased. That is why the business has increased the demand for skilled people. But others, especially finding a job can be difficult for new graduates.

Estimated 2 million new jobs

Nasscom estimated that April 1, 2015, during the 2015-16 fiscal year, which begins about 2 million new jobs in the IT sector will emerge. Even in the best of circumstances will not recruit 2.3 lakh. This means that in this case than in the current financial year would be reduced by 10-13 percent.

Enhanced growth, hiring declined

Between fiscal 2011 and 2014 was sluggish hiring process. In this case, there was a boom during the financial year 2014-15. Analysts say that it is round, the IT industry is largely global recession was the situation facing. Now, however, the growth of the industry is growing, but companies are hiring new employees relatively low.

The compulsion Automation

Capgemini India because of the number of employees and automation companies in earnings has definitely changed. IT corporate clients are demanding deals 30-40 percent productivity improvement. That means more output than they have fewer staff.

Reduced hiring campus

Companies are hiring freshers and experienced people. That decline in campus hiring. According to some reports, during the 2015-16 fiscal year, Infosys hiring college campus planned 30,000 students, which is the lowest in three years.