No doubt the time is changing and can
They further claim that India’s outsourcing industry is traveling beyond traditional fields like medical-transcription, call center jobs and other transaction intensive services to “KPO” (knowledge process out-sourcing) services where power of judgment, discretion makings, cutting edge knowledge are the tools. If knowledge is power as the adage goes
If the whole world is an office,
The memory is still fresh in the mind of the author, when the Janata Party first came to power after emergency, Raj Narayan-the crazy old law minister- was forcing laddus (a cricket ball shaped Indian sweet) in to the mouths of the bewildered foreign dignitaries).
The present ministry by god’s grace is devoid of such pranksters and as Raj Narayan is dead we will have to discover some others to do the force feeding.
George Bush who boldly stood firmly behind outsourcing band-wagon, even at the time of US election definitely deserves a cartload of laddus, because he can be qualified as the father of outsourcing! The author is suggests Mr. Bush for this laddu award and will be able to eat it one by one when haunted by Iraq-war and the ever mightier congress which is determined to give him no peace of mind.
Indian advocates argue cases in oversees courts for their clients abroad and Indian Chartered accountants deal the files and give guidance to their clients overseas. The author is sorry of only one thing that nobody is approaching us to outsource the multifarious skills of our ministers and politicians; if some of them were exported overseas
The one billion dollar contract ‘Tech Mahindra has won in the previous month from British Telecom was one of the biggest out-sourcing deals signed by Indian firms so far (Tech Mahindra is the Indian arm of British Telecom never diminishes the size of the deal). If Wharton and
The voracious elephant that is
Just think of a time when all these units start functioning, the two thousand billion Rs. Investments on which Mr. Narendramodi (CM of Gujarath) boasts at present will be left in some dark and cold corner without much limelight.
The author who is very optimistic about the future of this land is impatiently waiting to use a handset that is manufactured in India at present he is engaged in swatting mosquitoes with a “made in China” electric bat! And his children are playing with “made in
Once the author asked these questions to one biggie and his answer was that, “toys and such small items are reserved for small scale sectors and they have neither capital nor technology to make good things. Even if they make good things, the economies of scale will make the products expensive, moreover lack of marketing network will kill the industry, and hence we have to import them from