GREAT PLANS OF THE STATE: In 5 years, this sector's export will jump 4 times! Look what will bring the money
The action plan, drawn up by the ministerial council for IT, led by Ana Brnabic, will be one of three priority projects of the Government in the next five years
Serbia in the next five years should increase net exports of IT sector from the current 400 million to 1.5 billion a year, forecasted with a National Action Plan for IT, which the Serbian government should adopt by the end of the year.
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This document plans to raise capacity in the IT industry and creation of IT personnel which is missing.
According to estimates, the market now has about 1,500 skilled IT professionals and that number needs to be increased at least five times to over 7,000 IT workers annually, in order to achieve export targets.
- Construction of the new part of the Faculty of Electronics should soon start in Nis, and the building of NT park and additional space for Technical College in Novi Sad was started, and the final realization of the plan which was rumored for many years is being considered - rearranging of "Lola" Institute for the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade - said the newspaper citing an unnamed source in the government.
The Action Plan provides innovations when it comes to non-formal education. They will work together with the IT clusters, organizations such as the "StartIT", companies and universities to introduce a voucher system for retraining.
- Young people will thus be able to acquire basic IT skills, which will be enough to start a career, it can be the basis for long-term retraining.
One of the proposals in the Action Plan is to allow people from the profession to teach in universities, in order to compensate for the shortage of professors and lecturers, and investment in education and government services is expected, notably the Tax Administration, the Agency for Business Registers and other in order to understand the specifics of IT startup industry.
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