Sunday, 21 October 2018

HCL Tech To Set Up New Global IT Centres In Andhra Pradesh To Create Over 5,000 IT Jobs

HCL has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) in this regard with the Andhra Pradesh government. The IT hub unfolds across 29.86 acres are a part of Andhra Pradesh's efforts to form employment opportunities for experienced engineers. The corporate will also establish a coaching center to assist recent engineering graduates it services firm HCL Technologies are going to be investing Rs. 700 crore on its new it centers in Andhra Pradesh. The corporate plans to set up 2 new facilities which are able to produce over 5,000 jobs for local talent within the state. 

The creation of these global centers is aligned with HCL’s vision to expand and build new opportunities in rising cities. The corporate is assured regarding its global center in Vijayawada. HCL’s senior leadership needs to remodel its Vijayawada center into one among the best it centers within the industry. The state information technology and communications minister, Nara Lokesh is functioning closely with HCL to assist in quickly putting in the campus. The government wants HCL to grow this center into their largest delivery centers across the globe. As a part of the setup, HCL will develop 2 facilities - in Vijayawada and Amravati. The development is going to be completed in phases over the next few years. 



A large portion of this migrated talent includes a desire to return back however they can not find equivalent opportunities close to their town. Through ‘come back home’ campaign, HCL needs to attract the talent that belongs to Vijayawada and near areas. 
The company plans to provide them with the latest job vacancies opportunities in areas of application, product development, and different rising technologies. HCL believes that young engineers leave their home cities and move to that hub like Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Pune, and Noida in search of employment. The experienced talent created by local engineering colleges isn't absorbed within the state because the talent moves out of their town to seek out employment in different destinations.

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