Impact of IT/ITES on Indian Economy

Impact of IT/ITES on Indian Economy

…ified, 15.85bn spent by this sector in the domestic economy in the FY2006, generated an additional output of 15.5 billion. The development of this sector has not limited itself to Tier-I cities like Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad or NCR. It is going deep into Tier-II or III cities. An example is Bhubaneswar, a Tier-III city where all 4 major Indian IT companies: Infosys, Satyam, TCS and Wipro are present. In 2006-07, Orissa’s exports has…

Indian cultural values have nothing to fear from globalization

…in their cultural values than that of their fore fathers. The cultural difference can be found all across India. The culture of southern and Northern states is diverse. We call collectively the culture of whole India as one Indian culture. Indian culture is changing every day. India adopts good from every new culture which comes close to it. Both new and old culture in its time is regarded as Indian culture. Elders will always feel that young…

Should FDI be Allowed in Higher Education

…education have so far brought just commercial products, and may be in the future too, will bring copyrighted courses and workshops modules in order to make money. There courses will be less in accordance with the need of the Indian students or requirements of Indian science and research. Also, questions are raised about the Intellectual Property Rights, who will own the IPR? How the benefits of any research will be shared? Also, India should…