India’s Premier Tech Hiring Hubs
Where to hire professionals in a global tech powerhouse
India’s prevailing and vibrant workforce is one of the greatest drivers of its continued rise in the tech world.
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Delhi produces tens of thousands of highly trained software engineers, developers, and IT professionals every year.
In 2022, more than 77,000 undergraduate and post-graduate students received degrees from the University of Delhi alone. The Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi (IITD) ranks at the top of the county’s universities, too.
Employees in Delhi are also well-accustomed to and equipped for remote arrangements, ranking among the top cities in the world in terms of remote work success.
India’s population continues to supply the world with ambitious and highly trained tech professionals. This vast talent pool offers several benefits for companies, including:
An experienced and well-trained workforce due to a strong focus on tech in education
High English language proficiency
Covenient and collaborative time zone
Access to new market opportunities
Why there is increasing interest in the country’s talent
One of India’s biggest metropolises
Ahmedabad produces multitudes of software test engineers, full-stack engineers, and UX/UI engineers. The region boasts a supply of more than 22,000 backend engineers alone.
Ahmedabad also offers professionals with sought-after skill sets for services involving enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, change monitoring, and KPI monitoring.
In addition to being India’s first UNESCO World Heritage City, Ahmedabad ranked 3rd in India’s Ease of Living Index 2020. In 2022, the region was named one of TIME Magazine's World’s Greatest Places as well.
India’s fast-emerging tech region
In 2021, Bengaluru ranked 5th in the world as a hub for tech venture capital investments. The following year, it was identified as one of the top tech hubs in the Asia-Pacific region alongside Delhi, and second only to Beijing, China.
Bengaluru is also a top destination for e-retailers in the United States and Europe, with major companies such as Tesco, Target, and Lowes already set up in the region.
IT professionals, e-commerce experts, DevOps engineers, and software engineers are among the most abundant specialists that international companies can find in Bengaluru.
India’s own tech capital
the pinpoints to see where in India its three top tech talent hubs are located
Global companies are already capitalizing on the promise of India’s large and dynamic tech talent pool. However, there’s more to hiring tech talent than knowing where to look.
From compliance challenges to cultural considerations, you’ll need a guide to help you navigate the complexities of tapping into the country’s talent pool.
Download our eBook, Tech Talent Access: India, to find out how you can start finding, hiring, and managing talent in one of the world’s most promising tech powerhouses.
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