India’s emergence as the centre of Information Technology in Asia and Africa, if not beyond, rests on the fact that with the advent of the computer era (though it was in a primitive stage way back in the 1980s, like traditional moccasins are to modern footwear), for millions of English speaking students in the highly populated nation, the nuisance of huge unemployment served as a rowel to direct their higher education and careers in a way that made them become professional programmers: they were instantly absorbed into the job market due to the high demand for custom software for countless companies and brands the world over and this demand gradually transformed the nation into the pyrotechnic expert in the field, making its once sick economy now healthily quob.
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