1) I would like to know the possibilities of getting a QA job in IT industry.
Your Comments & suggestions: <b>quite good as per your certificates in WinRunner, LoadRunner, TD and Manual Testing. But I fail to understand why after 7 years of good QA experience in non-IT you want to move to IT as a tester, as you are already an MR and growing well, I suppose. If you join a software company as a tester, be sure that you will be starting your career from scratch. Transition from an MR to a tester could be painful (initially).</b>
2) What is the market value for CSQA professionals?
Your Comments & suggestions: <b>Very high as it is a globally recognized certificate</b>
3) What is the career growth opportunity?
Your Comments & suggestions: <b>quite good but will take its own course. Will also depend on where you join and how fast you move/grow.</b>
4) Will IT companies accept my non IT QA exp and call for an interview?
Your Comments & suggestions: <b>six sigma is definitely an asset, other non-IT areas, I doubt.
And as my my latest understanding and learning on six sigma (got certified in green belt xis sigma), i can tell you that it is fantastic. even if you have experience in six sigma in non-IT, you can do wonders in IT too. go ahead. and good luck.