Software export major Infosys plans to hire a few thousand people with arts and other non-engineering degrees to work on new digital applications, which are more than just delivering technology services.
Analysts said Infosys’ approach was in line with the shifts in the industry.
“When you are doing more business services, you have to cater to varied industries. That necessitates the need for diverse skill sets. It also shows the changing model of business,” said Sanchit Vir Gogia, chief executive of Greyhound Research.
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