Bengaluru's bustling information technology (IT) corridors may well be a thing of the past as the Covid-19-led work from home (WFH) requirement reduces the need for large office spaces, thereby sending out a ripple of change in how India's technology capital operates. However, at the heart of it, Bengaluru still remains every job seeker's first priority due to the impact it has on the country's digital economy, and the life it offers to the working professional. Recalling the yesteryears of Bengaluru's busy city lights, the Director of DXCorr Design Inc., P. Naga Srinivasa Reddy says, "Bangalore The TecHalli being the home to technology, the country's electronic city, played a major role in making India digital". Rightly so, the surging demand in gadgets like mobiles, smartwatches,...
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