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HCL Tech ties up with Orion Edutech

HCL Technologies

BS Reporter  |  Mumbai 

today announced a tie-up with BPO training institute, Orion Edutech. As per the agreement, Orion will customise its Diploma in (DIBM) to suit HCL's industry specific talent requirement. This programme will be called the 'Orion Diploma in BPO Management – Powered by HCL'.

As per the terms of the partnership, selected candidates from the diploma will be absorbed into HCL as project trainees. On completion of the in-house three-month training cum probation, selected candidates will be awarded with the diploma and will be made full time employees of the company's business services division.

"Trends point towards a greater IT adoption across industries with 80% of growth to come from new areas. Keeping in mind the growing demand for outsourcing across industries there is the need to nurture skilled professionals who are keen to pursue stable careers in the industry. Structured programmes in BPO management is required to address this need," said Subrat Chakravarty, HR Head - Business Services, HCL Technologies.

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HCL Tech ties up with Orion Edutech

HCL Technologies

HCL Technologies today announced a tie-up with BPO training institute, Orion Edutech. As per the agreement, Orion will customise its Diploma in BPO Management (DIBM) to suit HCL's industry specific talent requirement. This programme will be called the 'Orion Diploma in BPO Management – Powered by HCL'.

today announced a tie-up with BPO training institute, Orion Edutech. As per the agreement, Orion will customise its Diploma in (DIBM) to suit HCL's industry specific talent requirement. This programme will be called the 'Orion Diploma in BPO Management – Powered by HCL'.

As per the terms of the partnership, selected candidates from the diploma will be absorbed into HCL as project trainees. On completion of the in-house three-month training cum probation, selected candidates will be awarded with the diploma and will be made full time employees of the company's business services division.

"Trends point towards a greater IT adoption across industries with 80% of growth to come from new areas. Keeping in mind the growing demand for outsourcing across industries there is the need to nurture skilled professionals who are keen to pursue stable careers in the industry. Structured programmes in BPO management is required to address this need," said Subrat Chakravarty, HR Head - Business Services, HCL Technologies.

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