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Chasing Down the Past, Fortune India features ‘The Asian Lenses Forum’ (TALF) by NIIT University Developing talent for global needs

After establishing itself as an outsourcing hub, India needs to emerge as a reservoir that can meet global requirements for talent
- By: Rajendra S. Pawar, Chairman, NIIT Group


Rising Need for IT Infrastructure Management Specialists

"There is serious dearth of skills in the IT sector"– that's a cliché!
"The area of infrastructure management is the worst hit talent shortage area" – now that's critical and valuable information!
- Says, G. Raghavan, President-Individual Learning Business, NIIT


India and China, key to Global Talent needs

- By: Prakash Menon, President, NIIT China.


India: From an outsourcing hub, to a global repository of talent

The country needs to develop talent in semi-urban and rural areas to cash in on the '40 million jobs' opportunity arising out of workforce shortages in the developed world
- By: Rajendra S. Pawar, Chairman, NIIT Group


Liberalise the Education sector

A three-pronged approach to Reforms
- By: Rajendra S Pawar, Chairman, NIIT Group                                                       


India's Trade Tech

Schooling for the millions in emerging information economies is the challenge of Rajendra Pawar's renewed NIIT (Forbes Asia profiles NIIT as a Global Talent Development Corporation)
- Forbes Asia, December 24, 2007


Scouting for the right banker                                                         

Creating multi-skilled financial managers who can fit into 21 Century banking and insurance environment is the need of the hour
- The Hindu, December 3, 2007


Math magic

A Childrens' Day gift from NIIT makes Mathematics easier
- The New Indian Express, November 23, 2007


Educate The Masses

India can address the world's needs for skilled manpower by Rajendra S Pawar
- The Times of India, October 9, 2007


Click, enter campus

Online study is the shortest, most convenient route to higher education for many Indians
- The Week, October 21, 2007


 The Tech Visionary

- The Economic Times, August 11, 2007


Top 10 Business Brands since 60 years of Independence                                                                                 

- The Economic Times, August 11, 2007


Daring to dream with computers

Girl students in Andhra Pradesh take up the battle against economic hardship with the weapon of IT literacy!                                                  


From Chess to the game of Life!

An all boys school in a tiny tribal village in AP uses computers to keep its students aware and ahead!                                                


Computer jobs are better than rolling beedis!

A community of girl children in AP gains confidence and computer knowledge through NIIT                                                  


Viswanathan Anand's Success Mantras: Know what you want to be Breaking the sound barrier                                              

Stalin Thomas and Joseph Thomas learn to "speak" the language of computers                                                      


Got 80 percent in your Class XII exams?

Lucky you!
By Vijay K Thadani                                                     


Making India an IT Superpower

We can do it!                                                


Major shortfall in knowledge professional predicted by analysts

Trained IT manpower needed to fill 5 million new jobs by 2012                                               


Dal, batti, computer!

A remote village in Rajasthan wakes to computer knowledge                                                       


Great Expectations?

The great hype and hoopla associated with the multimedia opportunity may be a case of great expectations. Realizing India's Multimedia ambitions is going to be difficult without the requisite manpower                                           


Want to land a good job?

Know computers!                                                       


Computer careers hot enough to be considered "cool"

Generation Next still upbeat about computer education                                                


BPO: The Big Potential Opportunity!

ITES is opening up a major employment opportunity for young Indians

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