Well that’s a twist

Facing a shortage of manpower, the Archaeological Survey of India has decided to outsource the conservation of monuments, starting with certain portions of the Red Fort and Safdarjung Tomb in the capital.

Emphasis mine; article theirs.

Don’t worry, though. In keeping with the fine tradition of IT outsourcing, this version too will feature you-get-what-you-pay-for service and skills.

However, only relatively modern monuments will be given to private agencies for restoration and maintenance work, he said.

“We will especially outsource the conservation of those places which do not require much technical expertise,” he said.

Good call.

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Comment by JoeP
2006-08-20 11:45:51

Is it too much to hope that they’ll be outsourcing to UK and US organisations, and go some way to balancing the IT outsourcing trend?

 
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