According to NASSCOM (National Association of Software and Service Companies) revenue from managing computer networks and operating call centers for foreign clients from India will climb 32% to $52 billion in the year ending March 31.
The revenue would exceed a July forecast of $50 billion estimates.
The School of interdisciplinary Area Studies at University of Oxford has launched a new degree course i.e. M.Sc in Contemporary India, in response to ever-increasing interest among students about India and its booming economy.
The course would be an ideal platform for students to take lessons both from India’s success as democracy and its endeavors to tackle its wide-ranging social, political and economical issues.