Amplify your industry influence as part of India’s thriving tech ecosystem

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Shape the future, influence policy and propel innovation across the verticals of India's growth story.

A nasscom membership is your gateway to India's $254 billion technology sector. Access a dynamic network of innovators and thought leaders, all committed to upskilling the workforce, fostering innovation and advocating for business-friendly policies.

Membership Benefits

Analyze the Market

Gain insights on the latest trends with access to industry-defining research

Accelerate Growth

Enhance your brand's visibility and collaborate towards cutting-edge innovation

Amplify Alliances

Network with innovators and thought leaders across the Indian economy

“Nasscom membership has been the best decision for our small organisation to get relevant and timely insights on our industry trends.” 
Ankit Gupta, CEO, Digimarket Labs

Membership Details

Joining Criteria


For IT-BPM organisations registered in India with annual revenues* exceeding ₹2 crore.


For IT-BPM startups registered in India with annual revenues* not exceeding ₹2 crore.


For firms providing services affiliated to the IT-BPM sector including Financial Institutions, Venture Capital Firms, Research Institutions, Infrastructure Providers, Real Estate and Management Consultants and more.

Membership Fees


Companies which have annual revenues exceeding ₹500 crore annually.

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Companies which have an annual turnover between ₹50-500 crore.

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Companies which have an annual turnover between ₹2-50 crore.

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Startups with annual revenue not exceeding ₹2 crore.

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Companies which provide services to the IT-BPM sector.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It takes 10-15 working days to process the membership. There is a due diligence process, where members from the nasscom secretariat can organize a personal visit or do a telephonic discussion. Membership is not accepted in case documents are found to be incomplete.

If the subsidiary company is registered as a separate entity under the Indian Companies Act, 1956, in that case the company would have to register as a member.