My dissertation titled "A study on Export Performance, Challenges and Prospects of Information Technology Industry in India" mainly deals with exporting performance Information Technology industry in India. It also deals with various problems faced by the IT industry and also appropriate solution for the same.
India has emerged as the fastest growing and the fourth largest IT market in Asia Pacific, competition is truly global and businesses compete across industries. The software industry, particularly in India is one of the fastest growing industries. Nasscom, the premier trade body and 'voice' of the IT software and service industry in India, announced the key findings of the Strategic Review 2006, on the eve of its 15th annual event Nasscom 2006: India Leadership Forum, scheduled from February 15-17, 2006 in Mumbai. "The Indian IT-ITES sector continues to chart double-digit growth and is expected to exceed $36 billion in annual revenue in FY06. Out of this, software and services exports are estimated to grow by 32%, to reach $23.4 billion in FY06. Indian IT-ITES is well on track to achieve the targets that the industry aspires to achieve by the end of the decade."Kiran Karnik, president, Nasscom, said, "2005 offered a steady growth for the industry. Along with increased presence of Indian IT companies across the globe, we saw new services lines emerging and the Industry reached the next level in services offered. Mergers and acquisitions by Indian players was also a key trend. Inspite of the growth seen so far, it is estimated that less than 10 percent of the addressable market for globally sourced IT-ITES has been captured till date, indicating significant headroom for growth.
" The Strategic Review 2006 reviews the industry's performance in 2005, estimates the growth expected in the current fiscal (FY06) details the service line trends observed across the various industry segments over the past year, presents an assessment of India's competitiveness as a sourcing destination, analyses the sustainability each individual factor contributing to India's leadership position and provides a view of the outlook projected for the global and Indian IT-ITES industries -- outlining the opportunities, challenges and agenda for key stakeholders to further extend India's leadership in this space.
[...] methodology we have classified the companies according to their size to suit the purpose of our study and to enable us to identify the differences in the responses of the companies if any We have relied on a qualitative methodology. We have used the technique of open-ended interviews using on interview guide to gather data. In some cases, the interviews was not comfortable with us recording the interview, so notes of the interview was manually recorded . The statistical methods and sampling techniques used in this are as follows. [...]
[...] The present study was conducted with an objective to study Export Performance, Challenges and Prospects of Information Technology Industry in India. Performance of exporting of industry is good enough to compete with other countries. There is a tremendous growth for the industry in India. India is one of the largest software exporting countries in the world. Growth of Indian GDP is mainly depending on exporting performance of IT industry in India. IT industry face number of challenges in India. To name a few, Labor laws, Reliability of power Supply, Telecommunications etc. [...]
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[...] EXPORTING PERFORMANCE OF IT INDUSTRY IN INDIA India has become one of the most preferred destinations for sourcing software and IT enabled services. India in comparison to other low cost locations ranks high in several critical parameters including, level of government support, quality of the labor pool, English language skills, cost advantage, project management skills, entrepreneurial culture, strong customer relationships and exposure to new technologies. India's strength has been enhanced by the industry's strong focus on quality software and processes. [...]
[...] STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM A study on “Performance, Challenges and Prospects of Information Technology Industry in India” NEED AND IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY 1. To analyze the present trend in IT industry in India 2. To analyze what are the challenges faced by IT industry 3. To come out with solution to the challenges To analyze the performance of the industry for the past 5 years. OBJECTIVES To analyze the performances of IT industry in India over a period of time. [...]
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