Thursday, February 2, 2006

India’s tech innovation boom – the economic train is just picking up steam

Here is another article in EE Times on Indian Semiconductor growth, forcasting thousands of jobs within and outside of India. I hope Punjab would also see benefits of this growth and is not left to agriculture and military recruitment only. Personally, with the current situation of farmers committing suicides, water shortage problem, devlopment effort of Punjab government, big companies like Pepsico and lenders taking advantage of poor Sikh farmers thru “ahrtiay” or government dealers, I hope Punjabi farmers and younger geenration will learn to make a transition from an agrarian society to high tech innovators, service providers, lenders, company owners and manufacturers. I think farming is only for the biggest farmers now who have money and connections. The small guys are just debt ridden and barely making ends meet. May be one day if India will starve, it will see the harm it has done to Sikhs farmers over the last fifty years. May Waheguru help them and keep them in high spirit!

Also, below are articles on high technology and engineering companies around Chandigarh for those job seekers out there in Punjab. Those EE’s out there, send them your resume everyone and don’t be afraid to ask for more money than average. Multinationals like Samsung will make billions out of your design innovations in the world market and not just in India. My advice is: the more creative you are in your design effort (hardware, software, mechanical, civil etc), the more successful you will be in the engineering field. And this creativity come from experimenting with anything and everything and a lot of common sense. Read if you like and good luck on job search:

http://www.eetimes.com/news/design/showArticle.jhtml;jsessionid=TFBXTGDIRMYHEQSNDBOCKH0CJUMEKJVN?articleID=178600955

http://www.eetimes.com/news/latest/business/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=177100795

http://www.eetimes.com/news/latest/business/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=174402827

http://www.eetimes.com/news/design/business/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=171204270

http://www.eetimes.com/search/search_eetimes.jhtml?site=4&sort=date&queryText=chandigarh&Search.x=18&Search.y=9

http://www.eetimes.com/news/design/showArticle.jhtml;jsessionid=2NTGL5WKUNDXAQSNDBCCKHSCJUMEKJVN?articleID=179102759

http://www.eetimes.com/news/latest/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=179102531


Here is an interesting comparison of China's and India's economic progress:

http://www.sepiamutiny.com/sepia/archives/002944.html#more

7 Comments:

Blogger REDNECK said...

Sorry to hijack your blog watch video and then pass around to clear up misrepresentation of Bba Vadhbhag Singh Ji

http://simarjot.com/simarjot/babavadbhagsinghji.php

11:12 AM, February 04, 2006  
Blogger SikhsRus said...

Thanks for sharing! I am sorry to say, but I had not heard of Baba Vadbhag Singh beore your post. I will to do some more history search and watch the video at some spare time since it is long one. Does he belong to a certain sect of Sikhs? Please educate if time permits.

1:45 AM, February 05, 2006  
Blogger REDNECK said...

Hi Sikhsrus Ji,

He is not a memeber of a sect cos he was amritdhari and took amrit from the guru but his lineage came from dhirmal but organisations such AKJ and nihangs have tried to smear him and I have been busy challenging them on the websites but none of them want to play cos they no they are hypocrites cos my guru does not say Babaji was a bad person but they keep using a letter from Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh Ji to validate their claims but dont understand that, that in itself is not conclusive evidence its and opinion from someone who was not a guru, it infuriates me when different sects claim to be true and attack other organisation but fail to see that they themselves are the cause of so much disunity why not live and let live instead of forcing your own opinions on others.

I hope that helps the video is quite informative,

Isdhillon

1:57 AM, February 05, 2006  
Blogger SikhsRus said...

what! you are awake and blogging at this time! This is probably like first the time in about a year I have been on computer at 2:00AM? My bedtime is around 9PM. Actually, I had taken a long nap in the afternoon, because I spent my early Saturday morning in an emergency room for my dad, and could not go to sleep tonight.

2:12 AM, February 05, 2006  
Blogger SikhsRus said...

Oh! and thanks for the info! Also, I have been hearing a lot about Randhir Singh as well. I guess he has been inspiration for many western Sikhs since I have heard and read about him on Sikhnet blog. I wish somebody had sent me to a Khalsa School instead of Government schools all over Punjab. But it is never too late too learn! Thanks again. It is way tooo late for me! Sat Sri Akal!

2:20 AM, February 05, 2006  
Blogger REDNECK said...

I am from the United Kingdom not america that is probably the reason cos of the time difference. I respect Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh Ji too but have found a growing amount of intolerance from the followers especially towards others it really does worry me the way we are heading people should be focus their lives on making a difference for the welfare of the whole of humanity but we seem to keep focussing on difference and whose sikhi is better or worse.

Sorry to be depressing,

ISDhillon

12:16 PM, February 05, 2006  
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