Yahoo! India to hire 400 Personnel

Yahoo India is expected to hire about 400 personnel over the next one year and most of them for its Centre of Excellence in Bangalore. The centre, which currently employs around 1,500 people, is looking to hire architects, user experience designers and programme managers for its expansion.

Yahoo has also developed a curriculum in partnership with BITS-Pilani (Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani) for an MS programme and the classes would be held in Bangalore. The move is aimed at discouraging the young employees from leaving the company for higher studies.

Source: Business Standard

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Anonymous said…
From 1979, one among the top ranking universities in India today, BITS Pilani has set a benchmark in Industry University collaborations for addressing the HRD issue of various industries by launching an array of work integrated learning programmes to synergize the workplace requirements of the industry with the learning requirements of the university. BITS Pilani Wipro WASE also bagged the Best Practice Award for College Corporate Partnership from Corporate University Xchange (CuX) USA for 2007.
Anonymous said…
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between BITS and Yahoo! Bangalore had been signed on Thursday, April 03, 2008 at Pilani with the objective of fostering collaboration between the two institutions to promote academic and research interactions for Industry-centric knowledge and skill upgradation.


The first batch of 37 candidates sponsored by Yahoo! Bangalore have been admitted to the two year MS Software Engineering programme of BITS Pilani and the class work for same started on Saturday July 19. 2008 at Bangalore. Apart from BITS Faculty members, Senior excecutives from Yahoo! were also present. Coordinator for the BITS Off Campus Centre at Bangalore, Mr Sanjay Singh gave orientation about BITS Pilani highlighting the educational process, programme deatils, evaluation methodology, etc.

The Dean's message from BITS Pilani which was flashed at the time of orientation stated " July 19, 1969 Apollo 11 went to Moon Orbit and July 19, 2008 BITS Yahoo! inititaive takes off to Excellence Circuit which is yet another Landmark in Industry University Partnerships. Hearty Welcome to the first Batch students and Thanks to all from Yahoo! for making it happen."
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