Digital India To Create 5-Crore Jobs By 2020: Study
PM Narendra Modi’s ambitious Digital India mission is expected to create over five crore jobs in various sectors. The project will also facilitate Training to around 1 crore students for IT sector by 2020 - opening new windows of opportunities for professionals with a host of careers and jobs. This is according to a new release by Timesjobs.com, which further states that the new FDI norms will drive jobs in the country, especially in the IT sector.
India has already seen an increased FDI inflows at USD 55.46 billion in financial year 2015-16, as against USD 36.04 billion in 2013-14. This is the highest ever FDI inflow for a particular financial year, and according to the report.
“The radical liberalization of the FDI regime announced by the government recently has further encouraged local entrepreneurship, global investment firms to invest in startups as well as global IT companies, such as Google, Apple Inc., Amazon, etc. to expand their businesses & networks in the country leading to income and employment growth,” it said.
“India, with its recent radical reforms in the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) regime, will become the most open economy on the global platform for FDI. The decision of liberalizing FDI policy by putting most sectors on the automatic route for foreign direct investment is going to be highly constructive in enhancing investment, income, employment and career opportunities in the country.” said Nilanjan Roy, Head of Strategy, Times Business Solutions.
Despite the positive outlook on employment owing to Digital India mission, the Timesjob.com study asks the question, how does a competent professional ensure that they are making the best of this situation? Further, their career decision launch them into a high growth trajectory?
TimesJobs has created a unique framework that assists them in effective career development by assessing the best job offers by reading Company Ratings & Reviews from potential companies and gain insights and inside information. With these insights on current jobs, company culture, work-life balance, compensation, candid employee reviews and ratings professionals are able to develop a connection with the company they wish to work for. The job portal is also helping professionals review their own skills and competencies, identify their personal skill gaps and improve their profiles as per the latest skills in-demand for their particular profession.
TimesJobs users, especially tech professionals also gain full access to TechGig.com – India’s Largest Platform for IT Professionals and all its skill assessment resources.
“These comprehensive IT skill assessment tools, tests and challenges help tech professionals benchmark their technical proficiency and also identify their skill strengths and gaps, so as to arrive at the best solution that enhances their professional growth most effectively,” it said.
The portals are also offering an exhaustive collection of Interview tips and questions from top companies on the portal to help them prepare and ace their interviews with their employer of choice. Personal salary assessment and benchmarking are also taken into account, alonside the candidates’ skills, experience and education.
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