Mobisoft Technology India PVT LTD is all set to commence their debut BPO venture in Guwahati, Assam under the North East BPO Promotions Scheme (NEBPS). This happens to be the first business under the NEBPS program. Mobisoft Technology India PVT LTD has inaugurated the new project on 13 October at Ulubari, Guwahati. The opening was attended by Shri. S K Barua, the Chairman Confederation of Indian Industry North East Council India, as the Chief Guest. Mr. Simanta Shekhar (Indian Singer), Mr. Prabir Kr. Das (Director of Software Technology Parks of India, Guwahati), and Mrs. Shanta B. Sarma (Director of Confederation of Indian Industry), will be among the guests of honour.
The North East BPO Promotions Scheme which is envisaged under the Digital India Program seeks to incentivize establishment of 5000 seats in respect of BPO/ITES operations in North Eastern Region. The budget outlay for the scheme is of Rs. 50 Crore. This would help in capacity building in the region in terms of infra & manpower and would become basis for next wave of IT/ITES led growth.
Among many other aggressive steps taken by the BJP towards the development of the Northeast India, the NE BPO Promotions Scheme is one that would supposedly bring drastic development to the private sector in the Northeast. The IT Minister Shri. Ravi Shankar Prasad said, “It is becoming a big case of digital empowerment, but we are not simply seeing on the revenue model or the earning power. Employment, empowerment, aspiration, digital spread; that is what Indian BPO movement is about.”
The NEBPS will not only provide huge employment for the youth of the Northeast region but cover a vast array of aspects that need immediate addressing such as making way for local entrepreneurship, growth of IT, and growth of especially abled employment et al. This scheme has potential to create employment opportunities of around 15000 direct jobs considering three shift operations. It may also create good number of indirect jobs.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *