Monthly Archives: April 2014

IT Hiring Down – where did we go wrong ?

It was 13th Dec 1999, my boss from the MNC I was working in called me to congratulate me on my wedding. As we exchanged pleasantries, I could notice tension in his voice. Concerned, I probed for the reason and … Continue reading

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ANTYODAYA …The last mile, the last house, the last citizen…

ANTYODAYA …The last mile, the last house, the last citizen… Undoubtedly, the target of every policy in governance has to cover the last mile, reach the last house and benefit the last citizen. If not, then there is no meaning … Continue reading

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IT Sovereignty in India – The Data Centre Dimension

IT Sovereignty in India – The Data Centre Dimension   In my last post I had mentioned that we, as a country, have somewhere lost the willingness or rather courage to try when it comes to becoming a truly sovereign … Continue reading

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IT Sovereignty in India – Importance of Digital Literacy

Government officials around the world have emphasized the importance of digital literacy for their economy. According to Hot Chalk, an Online resource for educators: “Nations with centralized education systems, are leading the charge and implementing digital literacy training programs faster … Continue reading

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