Indian IT professionals lack soft skills, says TCS official
Friday, 1st July 2011
The skills gap in the IT and ITeS industry remains an area of concern. Industry experts say that the percentage of employable candidates has not gone beyond the 25 per cent mark in spite of the efforts and initiatives taken by companies and various industry bodies such as the Confederation of Indian Industry to prepare the workforce to be industry-ready by the time they complete their academic programme.
Speaking at the inaugural session of the Coimbatore edition of ICTACT Bridge 2011, organised jointly by the ICT Academy of Tamil Nadu (ICTACT) and Nasscom (the National Association of Software and Services Companies) at Hotel Le Meridian here, Mr K. Jayaramakrishnan, Vice-President (Global Alliance), Tata Consultancy Services said �soft skills was and is still a major issue.�
Publication : Businessline
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