IIM-Ahmedabad was declared All-India Winners and IIM-Lucknow adjudged All-India Runners-up in the contest. The objective was also to capture the available talent and get them to opt for GE for a career. The topic was Business Process Outsourcing: Going Beyond Cost Advantages.
Says Mr Pramod Bhasin, president & CEO, GECIS Global, and president, GE Capital India: India has the intellectual talent to provide best-in-breed solutions to global customers. We are looking at attracting bright talent to work with us.
Mr Bhasin believes that the 21st century will see a surge in growth of IT-enabled services industry. And India should play a major role.We have to move beyond the cost advantages India offers, change the perception of India from a low-wage to a high-intellect country, he adds.
The competition was open to final year students across the participating business schools. The finalists were selected after three rounds of short-listing and were invited to Gurgaon to present their paper to a panel for selection.
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