News: Indian IT companies on a hiring spree


Indian IT companies on a hiring spree

As the Indian IT industry prepares itself to meet the renewed demand for IT services, the IT companies are ramping up their headcounts. The companies are also building up bench strengths to handle the bigger size and variety of projects they expect to grab in the coming months.
On the backdrop of a good first quarter result and with a good set of deals in the pipeline, Tata Consultancy Services TCS, is set to hire 17,000-20,000 hands in the second quarter of FY’12. In total, the company is planning to hire 60,000 people this fiscal. In a similar vein, software exporter HCL Technologies will hire about 3,000 people in the same time frame. Infosys, India’s second largest IT bellwether, in order to meet growing demand, will hire 45,000 engineers worldwide this fiscal as against 32,000 projected in April 2011.

Topics: Updates, Jobs, Talent Acquisition

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