Demand mounting for Cloud-Computing in India 20 March, 2012
Dr. T. P. Sethumadhavan, Academic Consultant and Officer on Special Duty, Directorate of Entrepreneurship, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Thrissur was the chief guest in the weekly session of Online Gurukul held on March 20, 2012.
The topic of the session was Emerging trends in Career Market.
While interacting with the participants, Dr. Sethumadhavan said that the proposal in 2012-13 budget to remove restriction on Venture Capital Funds will create more employment opportunities in following sectors - Engineering, IT, Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical, Livestock, Hospitality and Food Processing.
“According to International Data Corporation (IDC), Cloud computing will generate 14 million jobs by 2015. Over 2 million jobs will be created in India,” he said.
He added that India’s share in Engineering services will increase from 12% to 25% by 2020. “Engineering sector will be the biggest sector after IT and ITeS.”
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Answering to a question, Dr. Sethumadhavan seating from AIMS (Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences) Kochi, said students should ensure the authenticity of the job portal which they use before sharing their personal and professional information.
“Online research is quick and can list a broad variety of job offers but not all of them are serious and reliable. Initially try to visit the classified or professional advertisements websites, where offers are divided in to regions or sectors, and their structure will make the search easier,” he added.
Around ten colleges attended the online interaction.
The goal of Online Gurukul is to assist and empower needy students. The classes are being transmitted through Amrita University's award winning E-Learning platform - A-VIEW (Amrita Virtual Interactive E-Learning World).