How to fix the outsourcing and offshored outsourcing debate
India has moved to address the outsourcing, offshourcing and automation that have made India the world’s most outsourced economy.
The government has introduced several laws to stop outsourcing and the country’s technology sector is also stepping up to make the transition easier.
The Indian government has set up the Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship to tackle the issue, and has promised to create jobs for 500,000 people by 2020.
The government’s initiatives include creating a national IT strategy to boost digital connectivity and training for young people, the creation of the National Talent Hub to train Indian tech workers in the country and the hiring of 50,000 IT professionals from abroad.
India has a high rate of employment in the technology sector and has been among the world leaders in the outsourcing of jobs to overseas companies.
The Ministry of Industry, Science and Technology is responsible for developing the IT strategy, and will soon begin setting up a national talent hub to train the best IT professionals.
The National Talent Center will be a centre for recruiting and training IT professionals, and the ministry has also announced a plan to create at least 1,000 jobs for Indian IT workers each year.
India is also working to promote outsourcing and automation as a way to increase productivity and reduce costs.
Earlier this year, the government launched a program called the Startup Mission to help companies in creating and scaling a new startup.
The initiative has so far attracted companies like Uber, Flipkart, Flipnote, GoGo and more.
The startup mission also aims to increase the number of startups in the world, but there are still more than 200,000 startups in India.
The Startup Mission also aims at increasing the number and quality of jobs available to Indian workers.
The goal is to provide more opportunities for Indian workers and businesses to innovate and grow.