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actively hiring NRIs and returnees:
Labs India We are offering some exciting and challenging career
opportunities for those with PhDs in Computer Science
and Electrical Engineering with expertise in our
foci areas and who are willing to move back to India.
The positions call for an ability to carry out world-class
research and evangelize ideas to a global audience.
L&T Infotech: The
company is actively looking for technocrats and
NRI's interested in a move back.
Motorola's Return to India
development centers in Hyderabad (India), Southborough
(MA, USA), Tempe (AZ, USA), Loughborough (UK) and
Shanghai (China), Motorola is seeking returnees.
Appliance, Inc. NetApp
Banglore is looking for about 35 Indian citizens.
NetApp wants to hire them in US and move them to India,
the pay scale is great and total relocation is paid
Technologies hiring is not limited to those based
in India. We realize that as a professional working
outside the Indian sub-continent you might be interested
in exploring opportunities in India, especially
if you have worked in India in the past and would
like to return.
Section of Reserve Bank of India: This site, hosted by RBI should be considered the
'official' stance on issues pertaining to policies
and administration of NRIs, a must read for returning
NRIs.Facilities for Non-Resident Indians and FAQ
including "Who is a non-resident Indian (NRI)?"
"Who is a person of Indian Origin?""What
is an OCB?" "What are the various facilities
available to NRIs/OCBs?"
on Returning To India
- MSN Forum on Returning to
India: Portal catering to NRIs and wannabe returnees. Part
of Microsoft's MSN network.
- R2IClub.com: Portal with articles, discussion forums and other
aspects of returning to India
- Return 2 India Lessons Learnt : As someone who has recently endeavored the returning back to India journey, I can say that it has not been a easy path and there are many times we wished we could talk to someone who has gone through.
- Indusladies.com: Family aspects of
Returning to India. Intersting discussions in a
new website for
Indian ladies. Indian ladies living around the world
come here to discuss various topics, engage in a
dialogue, ask questions, get help, share tips and
along the way build authentic and enduring friendships.
One of the topics heavily discussed in this forum
is the family aspects of returning to India. Please
check the following two discussions as a starting
Exodus: High-tech Indian Immigrants Returning Home: By Mira Kamdar: Sri Renganathan had made it in America
- she owned a lovely home and had a good job with Intel.
But three years ago, she and her husband decided to
move back to India. They headed to Bangalore, her hometown,
where she was able to keep her job with Intel, before
moving on to a better position with another high-tech
company. Her husband, who'd been laid off in the wake
of the tech-bubble bust of 2001, started his own biotech
consulting business. "Ours was a one-way move,"
says Renganathan of her family's return to India. "We
sold the house and packed up and came." Renganathan
and her husband are among the tens of thousands of Indians
who, despite having more than achieved the American
dream, are voting with their feet to return home. This
is not the mythic immigrant saga most Americans imagine.
India's economic boom is now offering returning Indians
things that simply didn't exist there when they left:
U.S.-level salaries and an American lifestyle, including
gated communities with manicured lawns and swimming
pools, shopping malls filled with familiar brands, and
international schools for their children. - San Jose
out other articles on the topic
on Returning to India
- Delhi Ledger: Blog by Prashant Jeloka & Meenal Bagla, who moved back to India from the United States after 12 years.
- India Repeat:
Blog by Roona, who moved back to India from the United States about 6 months ago. She has been blogging about experiences in moving back.
- IndiaRepeat:Blog about the R2I journey of a "little nuclear family" from the east coast of the United States to Pune
to India: Cost of Living'How
much will it cost me to live well in Mumbai or Delhi?'
This was the question I posed to many of my friends
in India prior to my move. Analysis by Vikram Chachra
- Planning: Ram Viswanathan's Blog "I
have also tried justifying to myself that today there
are far more NRIs going back to India. But statistics
show that most who go back have a definite reason
to go back - lost a job or got terribly homesick or
simply made enough money to retire."
where do I stand? : Shivalik says"Been
over two months since I ve moved back from the US.
Getting used to the Indian day to day life. So much
has happened, finally got myself a new car, known
as the Chevy Aveo - Red in color, reason being, my
son and I both love red, wifey is not too concerned
with the color of the car. We have moved into our
rented apartment in bangalore, which is quite near
the airport literally walking distance. Have also
gotten a driver and a local maid, who will help out
(hey what is the point of living in India if one has
to drive by him/herself)?"
The Non Returning Indian? Surya Ramkumar's Blog
"Perhaps I went home with lots of expectations
- after all, every thing I read about India in popular
press seemed to indicate that the country has become
Delhi Times : Experiences of
Gaurav Bhatnagar, IITD graduate returning after a
few years with Microsoft in Redmond
"India is a growing fast. There are lot of
new opportunities now. The software sector is going
through a boom. India is truly shining in many ways"
- Return Ticket: Our Return Journey 16 years later: "Last week marked pretty big changes for us which is making us go through so many mixed and conflicting emotions. We both had our last working days at our jobs and right immediately had the shippers pack up and take away all the stuff from our home leaving us with a 'Empty home', but a 'Heavy heart'".
- Saro's Corner: : Return to India, US Travel, Post R2I & Stock Trading experiences
Random Points on Reverse Migration : Mahadevan
Ramesh writes from Chennai "India has
become quite modern too. Familiarize yourself with
the modern banks, schools, computers, plane reservation,
shopping, investing etc. Qualitatively, there should
be very little difference in all these activities
between the USA and India."
on Yahoo Answers : How much money do you need to retire
in India ?
Blog: A blog about returning from Houston to Hyderabad
- Techgoss.com :
An interesting article
as an organisation is a pioneer in the industry -
the innovators innovator. It stands today with over
a fifty thousand employee strength in India and growing.
More on techgoss.com
book is available in India online from McGraw-Hill
India and from Amazon Kindle and Indian book sellers:
to return to Indian and want to learn more
about the workings of Offshoring companies?
Check out the new book: Offshoring
IT Services : A Framework for Managing Outsourced
Projects. Written by Mohan
Babu K, an executive with Infosys, the book
is a must-read for NRIs and others interested
in working in multi-cultural and multinational
is a timely book that provides guidance
on the various issues associated with offshoring
or outsourcing IT projects. I found the
chapters on communication and cultural differences
to be of particular interest. -
Dr. Nancy R. Mead Software
Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie
Babu K has written a highly user-friendly
book, illuminating many facets of global
IT management from all points of the offshoring
spectrum. This author understands offshore
practices from the inside out, having IT
experience both in North America as well
as in India. One of the most attractive
features of nearly every one of the book's
chapters is the content related to culture,
communication and virtual work -- along
with insight about the management of technical
and project issues. With the integration
of both project and (what some may view
as) "soft" issues, Mohan continually
reminds the reader to consider the human
and cross-cultural elements operating on
global teams. This book will benefit anyone
working across time, distance and culture. - Deena Levine Global
Business/Cross-Cultural Consulting [www.dlevineassoc.com]
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