JP Morgan recently announced plans to hire around 4000 experienced technologists in India this year. The company employs over 35,000 people in technology and operations across three cities in India, as well as over 250,000 people globally.
According to sources, Gaurav Ahluwalia, head of HR India corporate centres at JP Morgan, said, “Technology is essential to our client success and business strategy.” We’re always on the lookout for new talent to assist us in achieving our goals, particularly in areas like cloud, big data, AI, machine learning, digital platforms, and cybersecurity.
The US-India Friendship Alliance, an affiliate of the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum, and local charities supporting those affected by the virus in India received a $2 million donation from the organisation last month.
The funds will help small hospitals improve their capacity and supply chains, enabling them to accommodate a greater number of patients. Other funds will be used to help low-income families in India get food and other necessities.
The corporation has promised $30 billion over the next five years to aid jobs, accelerate an equitable recovery, and break down systemic bias barriers in order to advance racial equality.
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