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Archive for September 5th, 2015

Anna University

Saturday, September 5th, 2015

Anna University India’s primary university to take higher knowledge to the poorest, is today a case study in chaos. It’s swung from mad growth underneath the previous control to the other intense, with the present dispensation randomly turning off courses and initiatives, leaving lakhs of students in the lurch.Such is their state of this critical institution that the vice-chancellor and a former registrar stay accused of perjury. A rise in tuition expenses has coincided with a fall in scholar intake. Consequently, thousands are now being denied access to inexpensive higher knowledge and skill development.The roots of the disaster is claimed to have been through the tenure of previous vice-chancellor V N Rajasekharan Pillai (2006-11), when the university moved out massive growth, much beyond its capacity. Pillai has since been booked by CBI for alleged crime in some of those decisions.But if Ignou needed a program modification, the answer of the brand new control under V-C Michael Aslam has been exorbitant, although he claims to have wielded the axe on the foundation of tips of a top driven committee.

In the last two years, it’s shut down almost 300 programmes and 250 community colleges, ended over 600 MoUs with different institutions, suspended courses through 29 partner institutions in 19 foreign nations, ended many on-campus programmes, abruptly shut India’s first sign language study and teaching heart, ended all programmes for the disabled, scrapped a convergence system run in partnership with normal colleges and shut down many seats and all special centres in the Northeast.

As these choices come below raising scrutiny, top Ignou functionaries have now been accused of picky demonstration of facts to a parliamentary ranking committee.A top driven committee appointed to research the working of the school has become being extended to bring up to speed at the very least two more experts. A source told TOI that the three-member panel, headed by educationist D Kiminas Madhava Menon, has become collection to check out new evidence and allegationsM Aslam told TOI that his choices were centered on suggestions of a top driven committee and the board of management, or grounded on powerful legitimate advice. He also reported a Delhi high court order to warrant the steps. He added that the extreme growth during his predecessor’s tenure was “unjustified” and “a disaster “.Nevertheless, TOI analysis reveals vital information was held back by the Ignou leadership while protecting their decisions. For example, Aslam’s authorities accuse him of not submitting two legitimate opinions prior to the high court and parliamentary committee that reinforced Ignou’s growth in 2009.Opinions of then attorney common Goolam Vahanvati and additional solicitor common Mohan Parasaran were purchased in Oct 2009, prior to the school extended into community schools and on-campus programmes. Equally legitimate officers supported the moves, stating’open school’did not mean communication education alone. They said Ignou can use all way of imparting education to grow higher education.

How Software Outsourcing to India Helps

Saturday, September 5th, 2015

Converging technologies of telecommunication, IT and media have redefined the way we do business. And global giants such as IBM, Microsoft, General Electric, British Aerospace and General Motors keep ahead of their rivals, thanks to the competitive advantage conferred on them by some of the best software companies in India. You, too, can benefit immensely from a successful software outsourcing strategy to India.

Software Outsourcing to India is rapidly becoming a global practice as international corporations recognise its multiple benefits. The software outsourcing budget of global leaders has increased significantly and the worldwide expenditure on outsourcing services is expected to grow from $140 billion in 2005 to over $220 billion by 2010. Most importantly, corporate giants in the UK, USA, Europe and Japan prefer India for cost-effective and high-quality software solutions.

The abundance of highly qualified and technically skilled English-speaking computer professionals is the key to success when it comes to IT outsourcing to India. The country churns out 75,000 IT graduates and two million English-speaking graduates every year.

According to a recent study, around 17 million professionals will be eligible to join the IT industry by 2008.

The comprehensive IT infrastructure makes India the most viable outsourcing option for the corporate houses worldwide. Excellent telecom, ISP and cellular networks are available across the country. In addition, India has reliable satellite and submarine communication links that facilitate good band connectivity with the rest of the world.

Software Outsourcing to India is rapidly becoming an accepted management tool for redefining and re-energising business processes. It challenges today’s managers to rethink the traditional, vertically integrated firm in favour of a more flexible organisation – structured around core competencies and long-term, outside relationships.

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