Mysuru, November 18, 2022: Mr. Karthigan Munuswamy, Associate Director of Talent Acquisition at Firstsource Ltd., Bengaluru, expressed optimism about the future of Business Process Management (BPM) industries during a program on Skilling for BPM held at JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru. The event, organized in collaboration with NASSCOM-Futureskills and Firstsource Ltd., aimed to provide insights and opportunities for undergraduate students in the BPM sector.
Highlighting the impact of the Future Skills Program by the National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) under the Skill India initiative, Mr. Munuswamy emphasized the potential boom in BPM industries and the resulting employment opportunities for young graduates in India. He highlighted the importance of communication skills, problem-solving abilities, analytical thinking, and business development skills, which would be in high demand in the BPM industry.
Mr. Vineeth Kumar, Senior Manager of Human Resources at Firstsource Ltd., provided a comprehensive overview of the BPM industry in India, including available opportunities, job roles, responsibilities, growth prospects, and the significance of stability and benefits across various levels within the BPM sector.
The program also featured industry experts from NASSCOM. Mr. Dinesh Kumar Panigrahi, Regional Lead at NASSCOM Bengaluru, provided an overview of the FutureSkills Prime program, while Ms. Priya George, Senior Manager at NASSCOM Bengaluru, highlighted the key features of the BPM Associate Programme. Mr. Sathish M., Customer Success Manager at FutureSkills NASSCOM, Bengaluru, presented training and placement activities specific to the BPM industry, with the presence of Ms. Palak from NASSCOM.
The esteemed Chief Executive of the College, Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, extended a warm welcome to the guests and emphasized the role and importance of BPM in his address. Principal Prof. M.P. Vijayendra Kumar delivered a vote of thanks, expressing gratitude to all participants.
The program witnessed the participation of approximately 50 teachers and over 500 final-year undergraduate students, demonstrating the strong interest and enthusiasm surrounding the BPM sector.