Today, computers have found a place and importance in every field. They are not only making people’s lives easier, but are also making work life more efficient. They are being effectively used in fields ranging from space exploration to food processing and from banking to communication, etc.
Multinationals and IT giants have made their way into India and the IT industry has witnessed quantum growth in the turnover and profits. Various software giants like IBM, Motorola, Oracle, Samsung, HP, Digital, Unisys, AT&T, ICL, Fugitsu etc. have opened software development centers in the country. The number of professionals in IT industry is huge, but there is still a vast gap between the demand and supply of professionals which is an encouraging sign for IT professionals.
One should have an interest in research and development and computers, flexibility and willingness to learn new things, logical thinking, technical skills, communication skills, and the ability to work in a team.