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The IT industry is one of the largest employers in India. Not only the industry offers numerous jobs but also tries to follow diverse employment practices and encourages people with different skill sets, gender, abilities and qualifications to work together. IT industry in India has created employment opportunities in smaller/non- metro cities giving the students a chance to enter this field. Nearly, 33-50% employees of large IT firms belong to non-metro areas.

In addition, this filed has helped and is still focusing on women empowerment. The increasing trend of number of women getting employed in this sector exhibits that this sector offers equal opportunities and benefits to women.

Indian IT job market has a very high growth rate. This growth has impacted the overall employment ratio resulting in doubling the employment every year. The number of people employed in the IT/ITeS sector has increased significantly from 670,000 to 2,572,000 from 2003 to 2010 as per the NASSCOM 2011 report. This sector is expected to grow even more in the coming years.

Key Players in the IT Industry in India

  • Infosys
  • Wipro
  • Tata Cons
  • Oracle
  • Dell
  • IBM
  • Microsoft
  • Accenture
  • Cognizant
  • Yahoo
  • Google

Requirements of IT Industry

The educational qualifications required for some of the IT industry jobs for fresh pass-outs are:-

  • Systems Analyst - BE/ B.Tech, Electronics, Communication, Computer Science
  • Data Warehousing - BE Computer Science/ MCA
  • E-Commerce Engineer - BE / B.Tech/ MCA
  • Network Designer - BE Computer Science, BE Electrical & Communication

IT Industry Specializations

Some of the areas of specialization in the IT Industry are:-

  • Designing
  • Research and Development in Peripheral Integration
  • Product Quality Control and Reliability Testing
  • Computer Manufacturing
  • Maintenance Service
  • System Developing /Programming /Software Engineering
  • Networking
  • Application Programming
  • EDP/ E- Commerce
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Database Warehousing and Management
  • Operating jobs, Computer operators, Data Entry

Pay Packages Offered

Some of the pay packages offered to the fresh pass-outs in IT industry are :-

  • Systems Analysis: Rs.15,000 - Rs.20,000 p.m.
  • Data Warehousing: Rs.20,000 p.m.
  • E-Commerce: Rs.15,000 - Rs.25,000 pm.
  • Networking: Rs.20,000 - Rs.25,000 pm.

Problems Faced by the IT Industry:

Even though demand of engineers is higher than other graduates in India, the IT industry is at times unable to hire talented people. Many engineering graduates do not have in-depth knowledge of the IT field and are unable to meet the industry standards. Sometimes they lack skills such as good communication and soft skills. The graduates need to be more trained in these areas.

IT industry in India has a booming growth and more and more youngsters are attracted towards this field.