Global Application Management Services Market Data Analysis 2019-2025:Accenture, IBM, Infosys …

It demonstrates various segments Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft …

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There are 15 Chapters to display the Global Application Management Services market

Chapter 1, Definition, Specifications and Classification of Application Management Services , Applications of Application Management Services , Market Segment by Regions;

Chapter 2, Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;

Chapter 3, Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Application Management Services , Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;

Chapter 4, Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);

Chapter 5 and 6, Regional Market Analysis that includes United States, China, Europe, Japan, Korea & Taiwan, Application Management Services Segment Market Analysis (by Type);

Chapter 7 and 8, The Application Management Services Segment Market Analysis (by Application) Major Manufacturers Analysis of Application Management Services ;

Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox, Market Trend by Application Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox;

Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;

Chapter 11, The Consumers Analysis of Global Application Management Services ;

Chapter 12, Application Management Services Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;

Chapter 13, 14 and 15, Application Management Services sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.

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Global Application Management Services Market Insights 2019-2024: Accenture, IBM, Infosys, TCS …

This report also gives information of the dominant market players Accenture, IBM, Infosys, TCS, Atos Origin, Bourntec Solutions, Capgemini, Cognizant …

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Important discussions with market experts, people with experience from the market field, provided the important information points gathered during the secondary research. Inclusion of expert advices, insights and suggestions gives assurance of the genuine and accurate information. It demonstrates various segments Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox and sub-segments Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox of the global Application Management Services market.

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This research also consists of databases, wide secondary sources and directories to recognize and collect information useful for theoretical, practical and market relevant study of Application Management Services market.

There are 15 Chapters to display the Global Application Management Services market

Chapter 1, Definition, Specifications and Classification of Application Management Services , Applications of Application Management Services , Market Segment by Regions;

Chapter 2, Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;

Chapter 3, Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Application Management Services , Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;

Chapter 4, Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);

Chapter 5 and 6, Regional Market Analysis that includes United States, China, Europe, Japan, Korea & Taiwan, Application Management Services Segment Market Analysis (by Type);

Chapter 7 and 8, The Application Management Services Segment Market Analysis (by Application) Major Manufacturers Analysis of Application Management Services ;

Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox, Market Trend by Application Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox;

Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;

Chapter 11, The Consumers Analysis of Global Application Management Services ;

Chapter 12, Application Management Services Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;

Chapter 13, 14 and 15, Application Management Services sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.

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Once High in Demand, Civil and Mechanical Engineering Lose Out to New-Age Courses: Report

It also pointed out that key technology trends are driven by AI, big data analytics, IoT, and cloud computing, require engineers to gain not just the …
New Delhi: Considered to be one of the most sought after courses in India, mechanical and civil engineering seem to be losing their charm to newer disciplines. A recent study has revealed that B.Tech aspirants are now preferring computer science engineering, aerospace engineering and mechatronics with nearly 60% of candidates opting for the emerging technologies.

According to the findings of the committee for ‘Preparing Short and Medium Term Perspective Plan for Engineering Education in India’, the capacity utilisation of the traditional engineering disciplines such as mechanical, electrical, civil and electronics engineering is around 40%. On the other hand, the capacity utilisation of computer science and engineering, aerospace engineering, mechatronics is 60%.


The committee, formed by All India Council for Technical Education and headed by BVR Mohan Reddy, pointed out that the figures of capacity utilisation for traditional and emerging technologies “are a clear pointer that the demand lies in emerging technologies as opposed to traditional engineering”.

“We recommend that no additional seats are approved in traditional engineering areas, but institutions need to be encouraged to convert current capacity in traditional disciplines to emerging new technologies.”

The other members of the committee — Shobha Mishra Ghosh, assistant secretary general (FICCI), Dr Shalini Sharma, senior consultant and head higher education, CII, Dr Sandhya Chintala, vice-president-NASSCOM, Deepak Chabra, senior executive ASSOCHAM, Dr Jatinder Singh, director- Ph.D Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Dr Raj Aggarwal, director- centre for management education, AIMA.

Recommendations for Emerging Technologies

Across all engineering disciplines, the committee recommended that courses in these emerging technologies are made part of the curricula and made mandatory for computer science, electrical, and electronics engineering.

The Committee has specifically recommended introducing undergraduate engineering programs exclusively focused in artificial intelligence, internet of things, blockchain, robotics, quantum computing, data sciences, cyber security, 3D printing and design.

The members have emphasised that greater focus should be on multi-disciplinary engineering courses, especially in computational biology, biotechnology, biomedical, mechatronics, space, aerospace, agriculture, and environmental engineering, by reducing the seats in conventional disciplines and converting some of the existing seats into these areas.

Employability of Engineering Graduates

The employability of engineering graduates showed that the enrolment in computer science and engineering, aerospace engineering, mechatronics, and biomedical engineering is progressively increasing. The data mentioned in the report stated that mechatronics reported 65% of enrolment and biomedical Engineering saw 69% enrolment in 2017-18, much above the country average of 49%.

The 2016 World Economic Forum report on the future of jobs detailed how skill requirement would morph over a decade – on an average, by 2020, more than a third of the desired core skill sets of most occupations will be comprised of skills that are not yet considered crucial to the job as in 2016.

It also pointed out that key technology trends are driven by AI, big data analytics, IoT, and cloud computing, require engineers to gain not just the technical skills but higher order cognitive skills. NASSCOM conducted a comprehensive study with Boston Consulting Group and found the same trend in favour of emerging technologies.

Further, the report suggested that it “is important to note that these new technologies will find application in every other industry such as agriculture, BFSI, life sciences, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, retail, automotive, manufacturing, energy, genomics, and transportation.”

The chairman of AICTE Anil Sahasrabuddhe endorsed this cross-sectoral application of emerging technologies. “The traditional technical education will never die but what we need to do is blend the two –emerging and traditional technical education for desired results. Some of the newer IITs are already bringing the two streams together,” he said.

The committee recommended introducing undergraduate engineering programs exclusively focused on emerging technologies and put greater focus on multi-disciplinary engineering courses, especially in computational biology, biotechnology, biomedical, mechatronics, space, aerospace, agriculture, and environmental engineering, by reducing the seats in conventional disciplines and convertingsome of the existing seats into these areas.

No New Capacity from 2020

The committee has observed that current (2017-18) capacity utilization in undergraduate and post-graduate level is as low as 49.8%. (Capacity Vs. Enrollment).

“Creating any further capacity is a big drain on investments since, at the very basic level, it involves the creation of physical infrastructure like buildings and lab infrastructure. We recommend that we do not create any new capacity starting from the academic year 2020. The creation of new capacity can be reviewed every two years after that,” it said.

While they took such a serious decision, they also recognized that there could be some applications in the pipeline for additional/new capacity applied in the last one or two years. These may be pending for want of some minor clearances. “So, applications made in the current year and the past two years may be considered for starting institutions if the infrastructure is already in place. We recommend that AICTE should take capacity utilization as a key consideration while granting additional capacities in different states,” said the report.

Today, about 3,500 institutions are disseminating engineering education in India. However, it is observed that enrolment into various engineering courses has been on the decline in the country since 2012-13.

AICTE has taken cognizance of the situation, and since 2016, it acted as a proactive regulator in reducing the number of engineering seats (capacity) in the country. This has helped in improving the seat utilization. Also, the pass percentages and placements for fresh graduates have steadily improved over the years.

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Market Update: Infosys jumps 4% ahead of results as Nifty IT zooms 5%; Tata Sponge up 14 …

Market Update: Infosys jumps 4% ahead of results as Nifty IT zooms 5%; Tata Sponge up 14%; PSU banks drag … Mahindra were the other gainers. The top Nifty gainers included TCS and HCL Tech which jumped over 3 percent each while Infosys, Tech Mahindra and ICICI Bank were the other gainers.

The Indian equity market was trading on a positive note on Thursday morning with the Nifty adding 37 points at 10,454 mark while the Sensex was up 174 points or 0.51 percent.

The Nifty PSU bank index traded lower by over 3 percent as stocks like State Bank of India fell 1 percent while Allahabad Bank, IDBI Bank, Union Bank of India and Punjab National Bank were the other losers.

However, Nifty IT zoomed 4.6 percent and was the distinct outperforming sector led by Tata Consultancy Services which jumped over 4 percent while HCL Tech and Infosys which added over 3.5 percent each. KPIT Tech, Tata Elxsi and Tech Mahindra were the other gainers.

The top Nifty gainers included TCS and HCL Tech which jumped over 3 percent each while Infosys, Tech Mahindra and ICICI Bank were the other gainers.

The most active Nifty stocks included TCS and Infosys. ICICI Bank, up 1.2 percent while BPCL down over 2 percent were the other active stocks in the afternoon trade.

The top BSE gainers included Tata Sponge which jumped close to 14 percent while Kwality, Dish TV, Religare and Tata Consultancy Services were the other gainers.

Firstsource Solutions, GNA Axles, IPCA Labs, Jubilant Foodworks, MRF, Nestle, Tata Sponge and Titan Company were some of the few stocks that hit fresh 52-week high whereas Balrampur Chini, Gitanjali Gems, India Oil Corporation and Vakrangee hit new 52-week low.

The market breadth was in favour of the declines with 764 stocks advancing while 923 declined and 359 remained unchanged. On the other hand, in the BSE, 1172 stocks advanced and 1370 declined and 131 remained unchanged.

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Democratising the job market for engineering graduates

Analysts say new job openings in digital technologies, e-commerce and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the domestic IT sector can at best add between 50,000 … These colleges now have the flexibility to discontinue streams that don’t attract enough students and start programmes in emerging technologies …

Jan 7: When Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy says the trend of stagnation of starting salaries for software engineers for six to seven years is “worrisome”, we should be nervous.

What does it imply for the job market? It’s only a handful of engineering graduates who get six-digit dollar offers.

As you look beyond the top 200 colleges in India, the number of placements is down dramatically over the past few years. Simply put, there are more engineering seats in Indian colleges than students, and there are more graduates than there are jobs.

The demand-supply gap is worse in engineering schools in tier 2 and tier 3 cities. Very few recruiters approach these colleges because they are remotely located, even knowing it would mean missing out on brilliant talent.

The news of a revival of economic indices — manufacturing, core sector expansion, merchandise exports — is buttressed by anecdotal references to Tata Steel and infrastructure major Liamp;T seeing a demand surge from fast-tracked infrastructure projects. The IT sector, which once absorbed engineers like a sponge does water, expects the addition of only 200,000 new jobs in 2018, in the face of a series of protectionist moves being brought in by the US, the biggest market for the USD150 billion sunrise sector.

Analysts say new job openings in digital technologies, e-commerce and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the domestic IT sector can at best add between 50,000 to 100,000 in a country that produces a million engineering graduates each year.

Everyone is worried — students, parents, college managements, including the engineering and management education accrediting body, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). In fact, AICTE has since last year mandated that all engineering colleges should let their students participate in a semester-long internship in industry.

The rapid growth of colleges in engineering and management created an excess capacity in most streams in the past. These colleges now have the flexibility to discontinue streams that don’t attract enough students and start programmes in emerging technologies while using the same infrastructure, much along the lines of broad-banding of manufacturing capacity.

The AICTE is monitoring engineering colleges that are not attracting enough students and where output quality is suspect in terms of learning outcomes. Closure of 300 such colleges is already on the cards. This move will check the oversupply of engineering seats in the country going forward.

Simultaneously, AICTE has reached out to assessment platforms like HireMee to assess engineering students to discover aptitude, logical reasoning, communication and core technical skills. This will help potential employers to access students from lesser-known, difficult-to-reach engineering colleges for suitable job openings. This project for social good can lead to a democratisation of job opportunities as it comes without any cost, either to students or the colleges.

The results of a proctored computer-assisted test by HireMee using a comprehensive assessment framework will present to recruiters different dimensions of personality and behavioural styles.

The government is equally committed to help identify the top 20 higher education institutions of eminence to achieve excellence on a global level and empower them with the wherewithal to compete with their international counterparts.

These institutions will be free to enter academic collaboration with the top 500 institutions in the world, enjoy flexibility, fix course structure, curriculum and syllabi. The scheme will enable Indian students to get world-class education and research facilities within the country.

The education policymakers are equally convinced that the curriculum has to be in tune with the market needs and, therefore, the rate of change of curriculum has to keep pace with the new technology, subjects and skills that are needed today. This is where behavioural assessment can play a big role in checking suitability for jobs.

The recent FICCI, EY and Nasscom report on “Future of Jobs in India” says that by 2022 nine per cent of India’s estimated 600 million work force will be deployed in new job roles that do not exist today. This means that once out of classrooms, the workforce has to imbibe new skills, master new technologies. Those who wish to stay ahead of the curve and stay employable will need to watch the changing technology trends and master them so that they have the first-mover advantage.

The education system, irrespective of the streams they impart education in, will have to introduce among students a new learnability trait that will instill among them a willingness to anticipate and accept change. Once out of the education system and in jobs, they will have to keep alive a strong desire to master new technologies, new skills.

These efforts at rationalising, re-building and strengthening the Indian higher education system offer no shortcuts and could take decades even after we stay focused and committed to achieving global excellence in education.

(Sanjiv Kataria has been NIIT’s brand custodian for nearly two decades. The views expressed are personal. He can be reached at Sanjiv.kataria@gmail.com ilt;mailto:Sanjiv.kataria@gmail.comigt;)

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