A US based global IT infrastructure support ITBD has expanded its operations in India, post Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s visit to the United States in June, providing employment opportunities to more than 200 skilled IT professionals.
Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Minister of State (MoS) in the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, on Monday inaugurated the new office of ITBD in Noida.
“Prime Minister Modi is a great visionary who started various programmes and schemes to make India the most favourable nation for global businesses and investors. India’s efforts in reforming the taxation and licensing policies are well appreciated by economists all over the world, and we are keen to pursue our commitments,” Rathore asserted.
Delighted to see the overwhelming audience at the inauguration ceremony, CEO ITBD, Sunny Kaila said that ITBD’s expansion in India reaffirms the commitment to grow with India, and choose it as a top ITBD FDI strategy, even during the harsh political climate created under the Trump Administration.
The company has invested two million US dollars. The Noida expansion assures immediate hiring of more than 200 IT professionals, including infrastructure engineers, network engineers, Wintel engineers and technical help-desk support engineers.
The company also announced the launch of their IT Skills Development Program that will be providing IT students with 500 paid internships over the next two years. An additional 100 scholarships will also be given to underprivileged students to complete their degrees