Building a career in India of the late 1990s was like getting caught between devil and the deep sea. Traditional professions such as medicine, engineering and law were the elusive devil while information technology (IT) was the deep sea. The choice was clear though. If one couldn’t become a doctor, or an engineer, the quickest way to salvage the situation was to become the quintessential IT graduate.
Despite the robust growth in the number of IT-related jobs all over the world, something still seems amiss in the demand-supply equation, especially considering the fact that over 4 billion people are still offlineEhtesham Shahid