India is changing its destiny with a rapid momentum and the whole world is now looking to take a dip in the flow of the development process in the country. India has become the epicenter of the flat world. The Asian country has started sensing the real pace of the development that is happening in India now.
After sixty years of its freedom from the 200 years of British colonialism, the country has become one of the world’s two biggest pools of high-value skills. Now, Indians have the power to help clients in the domestic marketplace as well to help clients across the world also.
India is no more a mere country of outsourcing now. Indian skill and talent is influencing the big market players globally. The Infosys Technologies use $65 of every $1,000 in revenue only for the up gradation of its employees’ skills to prove itself anywhere. This is the new India.
Indian professional are roaring high and it seems, sky is not even the limit for them. The jobs of investment banking, aircraft engineering and pharmaceutical research have begun flowing to India from developed countries.
Now the analysts are saying that the kinds of jobs across the world that cannot be outsourced are now slowly disappearing from the scene. India is becoming an epicenter for the big global market players.
Indians are writing the success story from residing their own places. Now they are speaking and the whole world is listening with greater care than never before.
The same thing is being happened in so many fields that are booming in India. Blogging is a new phenomenon for Indians but a common experience for countries such as US. In this field, the India-based blog network, Instablogs that happens to be one of the largest blog network in world, is catering worldwide audience with greater impact.
The global players have started treating India as their second headquarter and have started sending senior executives with global responsibilities to work in India. The MNCs are hiring tens of thousands of Indian professionals to work from India for their firms.
Boeing and Airbus now employ hundreds of Indians for writing software for next-generation cockpits and building systems to prevent airborne collisions. Investment banks like Morgan Stanley are hiring Indians to analyze American stocks, jobs that commonly pay high salaries.
The drug maker Eli Lilly recently has handed over a molecule it discovered to an Indian company, which will be paid $500,000 to $1.5 million per year per scientist to ready the drug for commercial use.
On the other hand, India still has to go even farther as there are so many areas where the country requires drastic improvements such as educational system and basic facilities. Because of water and power shortages India could lack 500,000 engineers by 2010.