“Over the past year or two, the outsourcing industry has been throwing up jobs for Doctors, Engineers, CAs, Architects,” says Jacob William of the Bangalore-based Outsource2India, which employs 500 people and offers services in the big-buzz, big-bucks area of knowledge process outsourcing. “Unlike the first wave which was more about entering data and answering phone

Many in India consider the insurance sector as the secured one but the recent downfall in the premium income of private and public life insurance and general insurance companies clears this myth. The figures came out in the light, regarding the premium income of insurance industry clearly shows that Insurance India is not recession proof.

Downfall started from t

AHMEDABAD: With returns on investment more than 79%, 2009 calendar year emerged as the best year for investors since 2000. Even as three trading sessions are yet to go, the benchmark Sensex closed on its 18-month high on Thursday at 17360. FII’s have once again proved to be the frontrunners in terms of the inflow, pumping more than Rs 82,000 crore in the Indian ma


BANGALORE: After a long hibernation of 18 months, headhunters are actively out in the market as talent requirements have started trickling in.

The hiring momentum is expected to pick up from April onwards.

Even in a worst scenario, calendar 2010 will create around 50,000 fresh IT/ITES jobs against zero fresh jobs except a very th


With organisations diversifying their businesses into global markets, work is no longer restricted by geographical boundaries. Today, firms want their employees to be on the move and work across the globe. Are you ready for such a ‘global’ career?

The boundaries of geography, language and culture are increasingly bec

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India has a growing population of educated people capable of handling high-end knowledge-based work and research. With a huge talent pool, India could emerge as a global KPO hub as the sector requires specialized knowledge in respective verticals. With the mushrooming of engineering and technical institutes in India, there will no shortage of skilled manpower in Ind

Howard Bolnick, who taught insurance at the Kellogg School of Management for 13 years, was in India for a five – day executive development programme on healthcare financing and health insurance, organised by the Insurance Foundation of India (IFI). Bolnick, a past president of the US Society of Actuaries, took time to talk to Sarabjeet K Sen on how he viewed the In

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