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Indian IT companies recruiting from Germany campuses

Published On: 17 May 2012 | Last Updated On: 17 May 2012

Major IT companies, which include TCS, Wipro, Cognizant and Mindtree, will now be recruiting junior-level talent and interns from German campuses.

Inorder  to strengthen their base in Europe and to create a more diverse pool of talent, these companies have signed up for Prof Karl Kurbel's “ Vibe” programme at the University of Frankfurt Oder and Value Leadership Group, offshore advisory firm, headed by Peter Schumacher which provides 50 German students with a paid internship every year.

This programme will enable the German students to work for a period of three months in India as interns, after which, they will work in Germany itself at an offshore site. Vibe programme will give the interns first hand global delivery experience and also provide for cross-cultural understanding which is of utmost importance to graduates in computer science

Indian IT firms will be using this programme to gain more outsourcing business and understand local industries from this region as most German firms lack talent in Information Technology.

Inorder to tackle the effects of the economic slump, Indian companies have started hiring from US. This was revealed by the study of CII (Confederation of Indian Industry) in which 36 Indian companies were surveyed across different sectors.

The study projected that Indian firms have increased the staff over 70% since 2005 and also are expected to create 3,400 new jobs this year. The study by the CII (Confederation of Indian Industry) also reveals that, through acquisitions and mergers the Indian companies have saved over 2,000 jobs. Moreover, Indian IT companies doing local hiring in America has quadrupled over the past year.

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