Objectives and Qualified Manpower



THE MILLENIUM BPO POLICY
IntroductionObjectivesQualified Manpower
TelecomGeneral InfrastructureHuman Resources Development and Training
BitesBPO Potential in Non-metro CitiesIT Corridor
DATA SecurityMarketingDestination Karnataka
RelaxationsBPO Infrastructure CompaniesTechnology Upgradation
Anchor CompaniesSpecial Economic Zone [SEZ]Glossary
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Objectives

The objectives of the BPO Policy are:

  • To sustain Karnataka’s competitive advantage in Human Resources, Telecom and other infrasturcture areas.
  • To create new employment opportunities in Karnataka.
  • To promote investment and create an investor-friendly environment for the BPO sector.
  • To provide the necessary framework to ensure Data Security and Customer Secrecy for BPO companies.
  • To pro-actively market the State of Karnataka and its value proposition.
  • To provide a state level mechanism for certification and accreditation of HR Training Agencies.

Qualified Manpower – Karnataka’s most competitive advantage

  • Karnataka’s major edge is its Human Resource Bank. The State has begun to actively address and remove the existing bottlenecks in this area to sustain and improve its competitive advantage.
  • Karnataka has a multitude of Arts, Science, Commerce, Engineering, Law, Medical and Nursing colleges as well as high quality training institutions.
  • The State’s Education Policy initiated almost 50 years ago is one of the best in the country. For instance, Karnataka has actively encouraged the private sector in education – of the 124 Engineering colleges only 2 are government run; of the 62 Medical & Dental colleges only 5 are in government sector; and of the 58 Law institutions only 12 are in governement sector. Because of this early initiative the State has seen exxtraordinary investment in the field of education ensuring its comparative superiority.
  • There are large number of Primary and Secondary schools with excellent infrastructure. Bangalore also has many world-standard International Schools with international curricula that can cater to expatriates’ needs.
  • The State has a considerable talent pool of well qualified graduates who can be employed by BPO companies. There are over one million educated housewives in the State of Karnataka who are an important source of manpower for BPO companies.


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