BANGALORE, INDIA – APRIL 13: (ISRAEL OUT) A tutor talks on the phone with an overseas student at TutorVista headquarters in the early morning of April 13, 2008 in Bangalore, India. India’s successful IT industry is moving up from back-office outsourcing, and into the consumer market in English speaking countries, using the internet. TutorVista offers personal tutoring lessons in Math, Sciences and English for high school students through the internet, by academically qualified Indian teachers. The price is a fraction of that paid to private tutors in the U.S. and UK. A host of other Indian companies offer even more–from advanced financial services to personal diet guidance. (Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)