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Sending back foreign students is bad for everyone. Especially US

According to the US National Science Foundation, in 2018, over 50% of doctoral students at US universities in computer science, engine ...
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    Near-term disruption likely in IT sector; FY22 should be normal year: Citi report

    COVID-19 has provided IT services companies with an opportunity to test work from home (WFH) concepts, and innovate on services as well as delivery. Clients have also adopted technology at a faster pace than earlier, to ensure business continuity and some of these shifts will likely stay in the post-COVID-19 world, given cost and efficiency benefits.

    Indian IT leans on govt spends, managed services as deals slow

    While short-term projects are getting stalled, the managed services segment, w...

    COVID-19 pulls down global sourcing market down by 5% in Q2: ISG Index

    “In line with our prediction last quarter, the managed services market...

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