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Title: Employability Skills and Emotional Intelligence as Determinants of Employer Satisfaction in Information Technology Sector in India
Authors: Kumar, Ashwin Sadasiva
Keywords: India
Information Technology Sector
Employer Satisfaction
Emotional Intelligence
Employability Skills
Issue Date: 27-Sep-2019
Publisher: Chitkara University Punjab
Abstract: The Information Technology sector in India has delivered a significant role in improving India's Gross Domestic Product from the growth rate of 1.2% in the year 1998 to 7.7% in 2017, NASSCOM affirms that Information Technology sector of India has amassed a revenue of US$160 billion in2017 and United State of America has more than 60 % of Indian IT exports (Singh and Shelly 2017). India was found at the top in 2011 in the world location attractiveness index for outsourcing followed by China and Malaysia (Kearney, 2011). The prominent reasons for growth of outsourcing in India are low cost of operations which attract the developed nations to invest for outsourcing, urge of global competition, access to global market and availability of quality employability skills in the population (Kakabadse and Kakabadse, 2005).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/892
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