In a globalised economy, proficiency in foreign languages works as a huge advantage and opens up diverse opportunities.
Indian economy went through major policy changes in early 1990s. The new economic reforms, popularly known as liberalisation and globalisation, aimed at making the Indian economy as the fastest growing economy and globally competitive. The job market scenario went through a drastic change and people started thinking ‘global’. MNCs started establishing themselves in this new globalised environment. Job opportunities started opening up in various fields such as engineering, medical, banking sector, and so on.
Read the full article by Jyothi Venkatesh (The Hindu, July 11, 2016)