One of the most promising job sectors that took the world, especially India, by surprise was the IT or information technology. The manner, in which the IT jobs went beyond expectations, was a matter of ecstasy for many jobs aspirants, who could lay their hands on good salary and a better standard of living. Private companies and corporate houses were largely responsible for these jobs.
With outsourced work from American and European countries, people in India, were able to find a plethora of jobs in the IT sector. Since, these companies had been using computers for their professional needs, these jobs were possible. As for the government sector in india, information technology had not penetrated the strata of social and official business, due to which, the government IT jobs were not very much prevalent in those days.
But, in the last decade or so, the infrastructure has been completely laid down, to enable the functioning of the government machineries, with the help of the computers and a better layout of the IT jobs. A major share of the world economy was contributed by the IT sector, gradually becoming an integral and inseparable part of the revenue for the government of India. For a period of almost 2 decades, these private companies commanded a stronghold over the Indian economy.
Now that the government is well equipped with the infrastructure and logistics required to function in a modern and computer friendly environment, the government jobs in the IT sectors started to come up. As the world is going into the next decade of the 21st century, and India is becoming a power-to-be in the world stage, IT jobs are being found in both indigenous companies and government organisation.
Many economists and social commentators are clearly indicating that IT jobs 2012 will be, perhaps, the highest in number and will also see a hike in the salaries of these IT people. With introduction of computer and information technology in the government sector in full swing and many departments accepting this as the stand method of operation, it is surely going to be a field day for the IT students and suitably qualified people.
Some of the jobs that are included under the IT spectrum are the business and system analysts, data warehousing, database administration, desktop support, ERP & CRM, embedded technologies, web designing, graphic animation, e-commerce, network administration, project leader, software engineer, tech architect and system security, to name some of them. These jobs are also gradually being opened up in the government sectors and the recruitment is being done in the same way as that of other government jobs.
Those who are eligible for these jobs, and are having the requisite qualifications, can now put in their applications. Such candidates have a better chance to make it to the selection list. The perks and salaries in these, government IT jobs are in accordance with that of the other jobs and the recruits enjoy the benefits as other government jobs. These are prospects that are not only lucrative, but also have the potential of further growth, as the IT journey has just started and it has miles to go.
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