Business Process Management Industries to be set up soon in cities: Mr. Karthigan Munuswamy

Mysuru, November 18, 2022: “The Future Skills Program of the National Association of Software and Service Companies, under the Skill India initiative of the Ministry of Electronics, Information and Technology, Govt. of India, the Business Process Management (BPM) industries will boom in the coming years, and there will be a lot of employment opportunities for young graduates in India,” observed Mr. Kartigan Munuswamy, Associate Director, Talent Acquisition, Firstsource Ltd., Bengaluru.

He participated in a program on Skilling for Business Process Management, held at the JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru, organized in association with the NASSCOM-Futureskills and Firstsource Ltd., for undergraduate students. “Graduates who possess good communication skills, problem-solving qualities, analytical and business development skills will be on top priority in the BPM industry,” he said.

Mr. Vineeth Kumar, Senior Manager, Human Resources, firstsource Ltd., spoke on the deep dive into the BPM industry in India. He briefed the opportunities, roles, work responsibilities, growth, the importance of stability, and benefits as an Associate, Consultant, Analyst, Manager, Senior Manager, and other top levels in the BPM industries.

Mr. Dinesh Kumar Panigrahi, Regional Lead, NASSCOM, Bengaluru, presented an overview of the FutureSkills Prime program. Ms. Priya George, Senior Manager, BPM, NASSCOM, Bengaluru, spoke about the salient features of the BPM Associate Programme. Mr. Sathish M., Customer Success Manager, FutureSkills NASSCOM, Bengaluru, explained the training and placement activities for the BPM industry. Ms. Palak of NASSCOM was present.

The Chief Executive of the College, Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, welcomed the guests. In his address, he spoke about the role and importance of BPM.

Principal Prof. M.P. Vijayendra Kumar proposed a vote of thanks. IQAC Coordinator Dr. Rajendraprasad mastered the program.

About 50 teachers and more than 500 final-year undergraduate students participated in the program.