Nasscom wants exports scheme extended by a year
The scheme, introduced by the commerce ministry in 2015, came to an end in March 2019.
Indian IT employees stare at a mid-life crisis
The axe will fall mainly on midlevel employees and those who haven’t picked up relevant skil...
Tech turns to flexi staffing to keep its bench from idling
The $177 billion tech services industry is expected to employ 7,20,000 flexi staff...
Software firms want SEZ sops to stay, seek tax cut
Propose extension of Special Economic Zones benefits for 20 more years; cite lower tax in other nations.
Nasscom seeks incentives for investment in R&D, talent development
Nasscom, the industry body for $177 billion IT-BPM sector, said it has submitted an “extensive” recommendations document with the government ahead of the Union Budget next month.
Nasscom, Fintech want crypto in RBI’s sandbox
Nasscom says other countries permit it in their regulatory sandbox; says inclusion could help RBI develop a better understanding of the risks.
Nasscom asks Sebi to ease norms for offline testing of fintechs
Sebi on May 28 introduced a discussion paper on a regulatory sandbox and mandated “limited offline testing” by the applicants in the eligibility criteria to enter the sandbox
H-1B visa curbs may boomerang on US companies: Nasscom
Higher number of work permits issued to Indian nationals working for American firms.
Nasscom hit by Big Boys bias charge
Nasscom is learnt to be working to add 7 more EC members, to assuage the ruffled feathers.
Budget 2019: No clarity on SEZ benefits extension in Budget 'missed' opportunity for India, says Nasscom
"One key exclusion in the Budget was a conducive policy for special economic zones (SEZ), leaving it as a missed opportunity for India as other countries continue to provide benefits to enterprises."
From ISRO to IT, India loves ‘Chandra’
Tech Mahindra boss pointed out that if one wants to be in IT in India, one’s name should be Chandra.
India urges nations to join hands to leverage its strong workforce
India, with a strong 48-member contingent, is among the 63 countries participating in the world's biggest international vocational skill competition -- WorldSkills Kazan 2019, which is underway in the capital of Tatarstan.
TCS, Infosys, other IT firms raise market access issue in China with Piyush Goyal
India's IT industry contributed 7.7 per cent to the country's GDP in financial year 2016-17 and is expected to contribute 10 per cent of India's GDP by 2025.
Indian government sector next big thing for Google Cloud
According to Google, the time is ripe for the company to now deeply explore the government sector as various state governments are moving fast on initiatives like building smart cities.
Nasscom partners with GE healthcare for health-tech innovation
Technology adoption in the Indian healthcare sector is poised for substantial growth as it continues to emerge as a game-changer in the delivery of healthcare services, said Nasscom in a press release.
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