Increased investments in education, high enrolment rate and accessibility to education is good news for a country looking to become an economic power, with the backing of a flourishing industrial sector and skilled manpower.
Our country needs people who would say enough that they are successful in their job careers, they have accumulated enough wealth and enough recognition,” said Vineet Nayar, Founder Chairman, Sampark Foundation.
“The journey of entrepreneurship doesn’t start from what you want to be but from what you don’t want to be,” said Vineet Nayar, Founder Chairman, Sampark Foundation.
The former CEO of HCL Technologies was delivering a keynote address titled ‘Behold the Crystal Ball’, at the 12th edition of TiECON Chennai 2019 entrepreneurship event here on Saturday.
Doomsday predictions about India’s nearly $100 billion technology sector are nothing new. And Vineet Nayar, the former CEO of the country’s fourth-largest software company, HCL Technologies, has been ringing the warning bells ever since he was a top executive in the industry.
Mr Trump has done Indian ITa big favour. I believe his focus on immigration reforms and planned restrictions on H-1B visas in the US is a boon in disguise for Indian IT because of four reasons.