Hyderabad city topped the list of cities in IT recruitment in the first quarter registering 34 percent of 4.5 lakh recruitments in the country.
In the first quarter from April to June, a total of 1,53,000 personnel got employment in Hyderabad followed by Bangalore (1,48,000 jobs), Mumbai (54,000), Pune (40,500 jobs), and Chennai (22,500).
Quess IT Staffing company in its report said those having knowledge of Data Analytics, Java technologies, Cloud Infra technologies, Full Stock technologies, UI, UX, and other digital expertise are most sought after by the IT companies.
Quess IT Staffing company CEO Vijay Sivaram said as many companies are looking to set up their offices in Tier-II cities, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Jaipur, and other cities provided 31,000 IT jobs.
With the Digital transactions increasing, those with knowledge of Digital technologies are getting good job opportunities. Particularly, they are sought after in the Automotive, Engineering, Banking Services Financial services, insurance, Telecom, and Consulting sectors, Mr Sivaram said.
The credit goes to IT minister Mr K T Rama Rao who is determined to see Hyderabad as IT capital of the country. He is relentlessly working to showcase the industry-friendly policies of the Telangana government and personally contacting CEOs of various companies to impress upon them to open their offices in Hyderabad city.
Mr KTR was also promoting the Tier-II cities – Warangal, Khammam, Karimnagar, and other districts around the state capital with a view to helping the educated unemployed youth. Hundreds of youth pass out from several engineering and management colleges in the districts and his initiative is helping them get jobs nearby their place. Already several companies were opened in Warangal, Khammam, and Karimnagar where the state government allocated land exclusively for the IT companies.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao