Post Last Update: Friday, January 2, 2015 @ 5:20 PM
In general, the fact of Indians having a great educational knowledge is well known throughout the world. Companies on a global scale have a strong belief that the average Indian student has more knowledge about various topics than his or her counterpart in other countries. What makes them unable to reach the pinnacles of a great career is the lack of their exposure to large and globalised companies.
Another factor that caused a hindrance in a mass scale entry of people from India into the global job market was the lack of sufficient computer skills. It is in the present century that the concept of the world has taken a beating. With many information technology courses being offered by various universities, the students of the country have come to par with the people from other regions. Even the economic rise of India is aiding in the growing prospects of such students.
As the Indian government is supposed to rise gradually but strongly, towards a global economy, the government IT jobs are the ones, that are facing a beeline from prospective candidates. Although this trend had taken a hit during the global recession, the repercussions were felt in this part of the world to the least. Still, those with the govt jobs felt the least tremors as their jobs were secured enough.
Being under the payroll of the government, the jobs wouldn’t have been lost under any amount of financial stress. The payments might have been delayed but the jobs were secure enough to receive the salaries on a later date after the consolidation occurred. The same couldn’t be said for the private sector employees. Many financially and globally strong companies had to make cost cuttings by firing a lot of its employees. Thousands of people had to lose their jobs as the recession set in across the globe.
It was then that people again had a rethinking about the prospects that the government IT jobs had in the long run. This made people eye the jobs. The government also responded in the positive manner by ensuring that people who had to lose their jobs were absorbed by other companies as far as possible. Now, there are many avenues for people with the degrees in IT courses in the government sector.
As the modernization is also being adopted in various sectors, the students have enough reasons to smile. Their future with the government is not going to be cut as abruptly as it was in the private sector. The government is also realizing that in the age of computers, the computer jobs are to be harnessed properly. Most of the work is nowadays being done through computerized networks.Banks, post offices, railways, information technology, health, etc are looking for eligible candidates with IT backgrounds to work for the government. These are the govt jobs that require a large number of candidates. And enough of such jobs are being created with the economy going for a strong hold in the global arena. As the country is marching towards being a super power, people are going to be benefited in a big way, at least in the sector of job hiring
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