25 years ago, to be precise, on July 24, 1991, from acentralized economic planning India took a U-turnand launched its massive economic reforms.Popularly known as Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG Model), the new economic policies set a stage for fundamental mind shift and transformed the country forever. There was one thing that has been changing dramatically since the reforms in 1991 – India’s Information Technology Industry. From $150 million in 1991 to more than$5.7 billion in 2000, the IT Industry bubbled with an annual growth not sliding below 50 percent. Indeed, IT in India was not just a boom, but a trend that all businesses had to embrace unfailingly to sustain and expand. It was evident that the industry would turn extremely demanding and the need for...
Sarath Syam, Assistant Managing Editor
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