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Turbulent Times

TCS under Rajesh Gopinathan continues its growth momentum despite industry disruption, US visa restrictions.

In February, when N. Chandrasekaran moved out of TCS to join Tata Sons as chairman, the IT industry was facing turbulence from two quarters technology disruption across sectors and visa restrictions imposed by the Donald Trump government in the US in response to job losses due to offshoring. It was left to his successor as CEO and MD, Rajesh Gopinathan, to take up the challenge of reimagining TCS' role in the ongoing digital revolution and tackling visa restrictions by hiring more Americans for jobs in the US.

The disruption, says Gopinathan, has put TCS in a 100 per cent risk scenario. "Everything is changing, whether it is financial

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