Mumbai, Jan 12: The appointment of three member board for Satyam Computer Services have definitely given relief to grief-stricken techies. Adding to this, the company has bagged two new projects, sources said.
Satyam received a pilot project from the Centre for Railway Information System. If the project is executed successfully Satyam would get a contract value of Rs 2,000 crore. The second project is from Malaysian Airlines which is also said to be worth crores.
“Last week, all the employees were reeling under the spate of bad news. The govt intervention has really helped alleviate the gloominess. Bagging of big projects will ensure free flow of funds," said a person familiar with the development.
Apart from this, a top company is bent on including the vast talent heap of Satyam Computers. In this regard, on Monday, Jan 12, few senior level employees have received mails from top MNCs for walk-in-interviews.
“In a drive to woo employees, Broadridge Solutions (headquartered in US) has sent a mail christened 'Amantran" wherein they have scheduled Jan 10 for walk-in interviews to recruit mainframe developers with 2-8 years of experience," the source said.
UK supermarket giant Tesco also plans to recruit 1,800 people at their Bangalore office, sources revealed. For ensuring the job security of its employees, the existing Satyam management is trying their level best to convince them. To clear any doubts on the recent
developments, it has started a helpline for employees who can seek any clarifications.
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)