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Infy and Wipro to train UK Interns
By Bala Shah

On May 10, 2012, my colleague Techgirl had written about Infosys hiring 100 British apprentices (Infy called them ‘Learners’) and would fly them to their Offices in India and train them in fields such as marketing, HR and more. Infosys said that it ‘will develop and support learners to achieve long-term employability through a combination of training and gainful employment.’ More...

Techie’s starting salary Rs 35L
By Hitesh Shetty

Arun Chaitanya is from the first B. Tech batch from the Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad.  While most of his fellow techie students were given packages of Rs. 7-10 Lakhs as a starting salary, Arun, who has been hired by Japanese ERP giant Works Applications, starts his tech career in 2012 with a whopping Rs. 35 Lakhs salary package. TG caught up with Arun who told us More...

Interview with Technopark ex CEO
By Kerala IT News

It was in June 2009 that Mervin Alexander, a 1987 batch Indian Postal Service officer, took charge as the CEO of Technopark, Trivandrum, on deputation with the Government of Kerala and recently, he completed his tenure (in Nov 2011). We caught up with him before he leaves for Delhi to do a 1 year course in Defence Security and Strategy Studies at the National Defence College. More...

NASSCOM Lobbying costs $285000
By Ria Sharma

Washington based Center for Responsive Politics is America’s premier research group tracking money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy. Nonpartisan, independent and nonprofit, the organization aims to create a more educated voter, an involved citizenry and a more responsive government.  It only accepts donations from social / charitable organizations. More...

18 percent H1B Visas misuse SSN
By Bala Shah

The US had set up the H-1B visa program to hire on a short term basis highly skilled workers not available in America. While most Indian tech firms win contracts based on their quality computing skills and competitive costs and treat their H-1B techies well, there are others which exploit Indians at every opportunity.  The US Govt had announced huge fines for some such firms. More...

Wikipedia hires Kerala based techie
By Suneetha

Wikipedia has strong roots in India, and is among the top ten websites here. Wikimedia has announced the new engineering team for their internationalization / Localization features. The four new faces announced include Santhosh Thottingal, a FOSS evangelist from Kerala, currently employed with Infosys, who has been associated with Wikimedia projects since a couple of years. More...

700 apply to Wikipedia India
By Nina Mukherji

The Wikimedia Foundation has recently launched the India Education Program. The goal is to encourage professors in India to join a growing global community of educators who use Wikipedia as a teaching tool in their classes. Teachers and students will receive guidance and support from Wikipedia experts as well as free educational materials developed by the Wikimedia Foundation. More...

Amar Bose donates Bose to MIT
By Shalini Singh

Amar Gopal Bose is one of the biggest Indian origin names in the world.  As the Founder and Chairman of the Bose Corporation, Amar has a regular place on the Forbes Rich List.  His father was a freedom fighter from Bengal who migrated to USA to avoid persecution by the British when they still ruled us. Amar Bose’s first wife was an Indian whom he met while studying in Delhi. More...

LinkedIn:  Rajiv top CEO name
By Shalini Singh

While general social networking websites like Facebook and Orkut have the numbers in India, LinkedIn dominates the business and senior executive niche.  Many senior Indian executives can be found at LinkedIn, networking and sharing their knowledge. In March, 2011, LinkedIn had announced that it has a reached a major milestone of 100 million professionals signed up worldwide. More...

Apple CEO on Gay power list
By Techgirl

It will take many years and battles before gays get equal rights in India as they do in USA.  To their credit, media in India have done much, via their reports, to promote the cause of equality for same sex couples. Iconic gay media Out describes itself as ‘enriching your gay experience with thoughtful writing, stunning visuals, and authoritative coverage of fashion and design’ More...

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