Tuesday, February 23, 2016

CompanyPosition LocationLast Date
Kendriya Vidyalaya (CRPF Pallippuram) ( Walk-in )Counsellor/ Computer Instructor/TGT/PGTThiruvananthapuram.27 Feb
National Institute For Interdisciplinary Science And Technology (NIIST-CSIR) ( Walk-in )Project Assistant Gr.IIIThiruvananthapuram.29 Feb
Kendriya Vidyalaya Burdwan  ( Walk-in )PGT/TGT /Computer Instructor/Counsellor/DoctorBardhaman.26 Feb
Govt.of Assam (Darrang Dist.)Faculty Computer EducationGuwahati.25 Feb
Defence Institute of Advanced Technology (DIAT) ( Walk-in )Research Associate Polymer ChemistryPune.01 Mar
Maharaja Sayajirao University of BarodaProject Fellow GeographyVadodara.29 Feb
Govt. of West Bengal (District Health & Family Welfare Samity-South 24 Parganas) ( Walk-in )General Duty Medical Officer ( GDMO )Kolkata.26 Feb
National Institute of Oceanography (NIO Mumbai) ( Walk-in )Project Assistant Applied GeophysicsMumbai.01 Mar
Institute of PsychiatryAssistant Professor/ Radiology TechnicianKolkata.02 Mar
Army School Public BinnaguriPGT/ TGT/ CounsellorKolkata.24 Feb
Assam University ( Walk-in ) JRF Organic ChemistrySilchar.29 Feb
Power Grid Corporation of India LtdDiploma Trainee/Junior Officer TraineeAnywhere in India.14 Mar
NRSC-ISROGraduate/Technician ApprenticesHyderabad.06 Mar
Indian NavySSC (Executive & Technical Branches)Delhi.08 Mar
Rajasthan PoliceConstableJaipur.31 Mar
M.P. Power Generating Company Ltd.Medical OfficerJabalpur.14 Mar
Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya ( Walk-in )Field AssistantBilaspur.07 Mar
Kendriya Vidyalaya (No.1, Kanchrapara) ( Walk-in )PGT/DoctorKolkata.25 Feb
IIM Lucknow ( Walk-in )Academic Assistant/Programme AssociateLucknow.23 Feb
Balmer Lawrie & Co. Ltd.Junior Officer (Travel)Delhi. 22 Feb
IISER PuneProject Assistant/ Fellow BiotechnologyPune.26 Feb
Kerala Forest Research Institute  ( Walk-in )Project Fellow BotanyThrissur22 Feb
Indian Plywood Industries Research & Training InstituteScientist / Library AssistantBangalore.05 Mar
University of RajasthanProject Fellow Applied GeologyDhanbad.22 Feb
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad InstituteProject Fellow BotanyJaipur.20 Feb
Bankura MunicipalityFellows / Research Assistants HistoryKolkata.08 Mar
ISM DhanbadSupport StaffKolkata.25 Feb
Birla Industrial & Technological MuseumLower Division ClerkKolkata.31 Mar
JNUOffice AssistantDelhi.25 Feb
University of Calcutta ( Walk-in )JRF Environmental ScienceKolkata.22 Feb
West Bengal School Service CommissionAssistant TeacherKolkata.15 Mar
Mishra Dhatu Nigam LimitedJunior ExecutivesHyderabad.24 Feb
IVRI ( Walk-in )Research Associate Veterinary ScienceBareilly.23 Feb
Haryana SSCMotor Mechanic / Reference Assistant/ Statistical AssistantGurgaon.10 May
Kerala PSCBeat Forest OfficerThiruvananthapuram.09 Mar
Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (VYAPAM)Sub Engineer/DraughtsmanBhopal.07 Mar
Indian Air ForceRecruitment RallyBhubaneswar.22 Feb
NPCILAssistant/ Stenographer/PharmacistMumbai. 29 Feb
WBSEDCLAsst. EngineerKolkata.10 Mar
Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers LtdJunior ManagerKolkata.07 Mar
Jharkhand SSCAssistant Jailor Competitive ExaminationRanchi.18 Mar
CRPFConstableAnywhere in India.10 Mar
UPSCCombined Geo Scientist/ Geologist ExaminationAnywhere in India04 Mar
NIT TiruchirappalliProject StaffTiruchirapalli.26 Feb
VIT UniversityProject Fellow/Assistant Biomedical EngineeringVellore29 Feb
M.P Power Transmission Company LtdExecutive Trainee (Electrical)Jabalpur.04 Mar
Mumbai Port TrustJr.Engineer/Asst.Executive Engineer/Accounts OfficerMumbai.22 Feb
DRDO(DAVP)Scientist/Engineer BDelhi.10 Apr
TIFREngineer TraineeMumbai.25 Feb
NTPCExecutive Trainees/ Assist Chemist TraineesDelhi.29 Feb
Kendriya Vidyalaya No.3 Pathankot (Mamoon Cantt) ( Walk-in ) PGT/TGT/ Computer InstructorPathankot.09 Mar
Indian Railway (West Central)Group C/Erstwhile Group DJabalpur.27 Feb
IIITM KeralaTechnical AssistantThiruvananthapuram.22 Feb
IIITDM JabalpurAssistant ProfessorJabalpur.15 Mar
Power Grid Corporation of India LtdDiploma Trainee/Jr. Officer TraineeAndhra Pradesh, Karnataka22 Feb
Karnataka PSCAssistant Engineer (Civil/Mechanical)Bangalore.27 Mar
Cement Corporation of India Ltd.Artisan TraineeShimla.25 Feb
IIIT AllahabadPh.D. ProgramAllahabad. 28 Mar
RRCATStipendiary TraineesIndore.29 Feb
Cochin Shipyard LimitedAsst. Engineer (Machinist)/Technical Asst. /Jr. Technical Asst./Sr. Ship Draftsman/Jr. Commercial Asst. / Welder/FitterKochi. 29 Feb

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Authored by Rajeev Bhardwaj, VP-Human Resource, Sun Life Financial Asia Service Centre, India

 A corporate brand is the sum total of several ideas. It encompasses your organization’s philosophy, culture, and approach to business as well as its reputation among its customers. A brand is reflected not just by the belief system of the top management but by each and every cog in the establishment’s wheel. For people who like to see the world in boxes, Human Resource Managers are merely tools for ensuring a good flow of talent into the company, and have little bearing on the brand.

 However, a closer look at the interconnected aspects of branding will prove that Human Resource Managers are key to the organization’s branding. They not only ensure compliance with labor laws and employment ethics, but also make sure that people in the organization are in sync with the brand image and value of the establishment and also reflect it externally.

 A brand is the identity of a company in the eyes of its customers. To put it more precisely, it’s the promise that customers associate with the experience, value and quality of the services extended by the organization. If the promise is not delivered to the customers each and every time, the brand image suffers.

Richard Branson, the founder of Virgin Group, famously said that organizations should look after their employees, who in turn will automatically look after the customers and maintain the brand value. This is why the role of Human Resource Managers is important and key to the brand image. By being the vanguard of an organization’s culture, by moulding the environment of the organization, by instilling the right values in new employees and bringing them in sync with the organization’s core values and beliefs, HR professionals determine the continuity of the organization’s brand at every level. In this manner, they also act as brand ambassadors of the company they represent. More precisely, they ensure that each employee becomes a brand ambassador of the organization.

Competitive pressure in today’s business environment has catapulted the HR department from an administrative overhead to the fountainhead of innovative solutions to cultivate and nurture talent, and act as the conduit between the top management and the ground level executers. This is how the core philosophy of brand flows from top to bottom internally.

 Learning about the standards and trends prevalent in the industry is the key HR solutions provider as it helps organizations keep pace with the changing needs of time. For example, companies today are adopting employee friendly measures such as flexible timings, work from home options, paternity leaves and longer paid maternity leaves to make working more amenable and happy experience for employees. Organizations that take lead in adopting such friendly measures will automatically rank higher on employee preference and will have better retention results.

Happy employee translates into the most suitable brand ambassador of an organization as he/she act as an influencer in the industry and persuades more talented individuals to join the organization. Today, HR managers need to think like marketers and know how to market USPs of their organization to potential talent.

Their role is crucial in explaining their company’s work culture and benefits to prospective candidates. It’s also crucial in retaining experienced candidates as they seek job security. Hence, the importance of retention, particularly of quality talent is key to maintaining the organization’s brand value.

Saturday, October 3, 2015

There are many events are being organised around us, but we hardly do give any importance considering those belong to companies. In fact, those also help building society.  So we decided to feature corporate events of companies on our portals. CSR Policies of a company can change society. We have listed photos of the following events with captions.
  1. Paras Hospitals organises Mini Marathon on World Heart Day
  2. Mrs. Salma Ansari Launches Arushi Group in Saharanpur
  3. ATDC inks MoU with Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation
  4. Minister Thaawarchand Gehlot inaugurates ISSICON 2015
  5. JD Institute celebrates World Elder’s Day
  6. Metropolis Healthcare wins ‘Diagnostic Services Company of the Year’ Award
  7. THE NORTHCAP UNIVERSITY celebrates freshers party
  8. Mrs. Salma Ansari Launches Arushi Group

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Assistant Manager Quality Assurance-bargarh Odisha
SMVJ Group
5 - 8 yrs Bargarh Odisha


UG: B.Sc - Chemistry, Microbiology PG:
M.Sc - Any Specialization, Chemistry, Microbiology Doctorate:
Any Doctorate -
Any Specialization, Doctorate Not Required Please refer to the Job description above Company

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Thursday, August 20, 2015

Naukri Job Speak Index sees 11% Increase in July’15
New Delhi, Aug 20: Naukri Job Speak Index for the month of July 2015 was at 1835, registering an 11% increase hiring activity over July 2014. While the BFSI and Telecom industries recorded the maximum increase in hiring activity, the hiring scenario in the Oil and Gas and real estate industries continues to be dismal. In continuation with the trend witnessed previous month, consulting and medical/pharma professionals continue to witness a high growth in demand in the July’15 index as well. While the hiring activity in Delhi-NCR continued to be stable, Bangalore, Pune and Hyderabad let the tally registered a Y-o-Y growth between 15% - 20% in hiring activity in July 2015 as reflected by the Naukri Job Speak Index. V Suresh, Executive Vice President and Chief Sales Officer, Naukri.com said, “Job market continues to sustain the momentum gained in the first quarter with an impressive 11% YOY growth in July. Sectors like IT, Banking and Pharma have been leading this growth for the past few months and we can expect the other sectors to pick up in the next six months or so. In my view the financial year 2015-16 will be a year to cheer for the job-seekers.” Industry Sector Analysis: Apart from the BFSI and Telecom industries, which led the pack as aforementioned IT-Software and IT-Hardware industries reported a Y-o-Y growth of 26% and 21% in hiring activity in the July’15 index The media and internet industry saw a 19% Y-o-Y growth in hiring activity Pharmaceutical and Healthcare industries too saw an increase in hiring activity to the tunes of 16% and 15% respectively in July’15 over July’14 Core sectors like Oil and Gas, Real Estate and Auto continue to witness a decline in hiring activity to the tunes of 27%, 22% and 15% respectively in July’15 over July’14 City Wise Analysis: As mentioned above, Bangalore took a lead in hiring activity in the June’15 index Pune and Mumbai witnessed a growth in hiring activity to the tune of 17% and 16% respectively in July 2015 over July 2014 Hyderabad and Chennai registered a Y-o-Y increase of 16% and 8% respectively in hiring activity in the July’15 index The hiring activity in Delhi-NCR remained stagnant according to the July’15 Index Functional Area Analysis: As has been reported above, the demand for Pharma and Consulting professionals saw the maximum increase in the July’15 index. Following that The demand for IT-Software professionals recorded a Y-o-Y increase to the tune of 23%, in the July’15 index Demand for professionals in Accounts / Finance, HR, and Banking / Insurance also recorded a Y-o-Y growth of 22%, 20% and 19% respectively in July’15 index The demand for professionals in Pharma also witnessed a Y-o-Y growth to the tune of 5% July’15 over July’14 The demand for professionals in Marketing and Advertising witnessed a 15% Y-o-Y growth in demand in July’15 index ITES and Engineering Design professionals saw a decline in demand of 3% and 6% respectively in July 2015 over July 2014

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Maggi is the popular food item India, no doubt about that. Ask any layman, you will get answer a best dish to serve in just two minutes. Hardly do many of us think about the food safety standards and its limits. Thanks to media, otherwise we would have been continuing – two minutes food item - Maggi food as we have been doing for long.

At this point of time, we missed to judge it completely. Even we did not spare two minutes to think about its impact on health let alone on kids. Interestingly, there was discussion on maggi and food standard on news channel. One panelist in the programme backed maggi as safe, since she has been eating from her childhood. Now, she is adult and no health complaints at all. She got a good reply from the moderator that “thank God..Your alive”….

Ridicules, to hear such arguments in favor of a product that consists 17 times of lead, a chemical that is considered as dangerous, than permitted level. Being a media person, I do judge all the sides, without which the conclusion or view would be partial. Many of us are just ignoring food standards. Why we not to think about it before serving a dish that could be hazardous for us.

It’s not about going against one company or a group of companies, it is about our health. The big question raises that why this product is being sold in the market, and who gave the permission. Now, one-by-one states are in state to ban it from the market, which I believe could have done much before any media brining the matter into limelight.

The fourth pillar – media, once again worked as guardian of our society. The action of media is in the interest of common people and their health. And, it will be ever praised by the people of India. A two minutes story on Maggi, made all of to think about it – Two Minutes before serving it in just Two minutes.
(By P Neelakantha Achary, Editor, Business News This Week www.businessnewsthisweek.com )

Friday, May 22, 2015

Mr Rohit Aggarwal, CEO Koenig Solutions
Importance of Skill based training for securing

Authored Article by Mr Rohit Aggarwal, CEO Koenig Solutions

You might have been a brilliant student, with stupendous knowledge of the subjects you studied, but will it be sufficient to land you your dream job? It might not be, in the dynamically changing times of today.

What do employers look for while recruiting fresh pass-outs in their ranks? They do not just look for IQ and qualification, but they also look for the skill set you bring to the table. Even if you are a graduate in a professional course such as engineering, architecture, or law, what would make a drastic difference to your employability is your added capabilities in the skills that are being practiced in the industry. For example, a software engineering with sound knowledge of a programming language that was used 10 years back will not cut the ice in the recruitment market; an architect who is not equipped to work on the latest CAD software might find it difficult to cope with the demands of the employers. Today, employers do not have the patience to recruit and provide costly skill-training to employees. This is why good students find themselves at sea when they step out into the job market. They may eventually land up with jobs, but not necessarily their dream job. They might be paid abysmally low as recruiters then upskill them.

A National Employability Report by Aspiring Minds in 2013 concluded that a whopping 47% of graduates in India were unemployable in any sector of the knowledge economy. This clearly indicates that colleges and educational institutions in India which provide degrees are perhaps lacking in their approach to make their students employment ready. So, what can students do to make sure they do not land in the ‘dubious 47 % bracket’?

The key is to keep a track on market trends and equip yourself with skills that will make a difference. Not to be underestimated are soft skills such as communication, persuasiveness, and congeniality. These come especially handy when you are looking for a job in consumer facing industries such as hospitality, PR or marketing.

A wide range of organizations today look for bright graduates to man entry-level positions. Be it sales departments, business process outsourcing units, event management agencies, research analysts, finance sector companies, hospitality sector or back office departments – a large field is open for fresher’s seeking an entry into work life.

However, recruiters often turn up disappointed by the quality of applicants and interviewees. While some lack communication skills, others are not computer savvy in this age of technology. Yet others are not capable of analyzing basic facts and figures; and most incapable of putting their theoretical rote learning into application. Even writing emails appears to be a challenging task for some graduates.

Let’s take a look at the skills that add to your employability:

IT Training: Not just for students of software programming, IT training can make a huge difference to students of multiple fields. Latest IT technology and softwares are today being used to bring revolutionary changes to different fields. Architectural firms, for example, are rapidly junking the pen and paper design method, and turning to latest Computer Aided Design (CAD) softwares for design. Similarly, if you are working in the field of advertising or film making, it may help if you know one bit or two of animation, even if you are in the creative and conceptualization domain. A large number of engineering colleges teach outdated languages to students. One reason for this is the fact that better programming languages and softwares very rapidly update the market, leaving little time to academics to cope. For programmers therefore, it is very essential to keep a tab on the latest developments in the market and learn the skills from external sources if needed.

Basic computer literacy is also must today. Being computer literate means that you are able to work effectively on basic MS Office operations; update Excel Sheets, and prepare Power Point Presentations. An added skill set in graphics and video editing can make you more useful in some fields. In an increasingly social media centric world, the more you will be able to prove yourself beneficial to your employer.

Communication skills: Imagine a good communicator against a person who struggles to put thoughts into words. The latter would certainly find it difficult to land a good job. A confident demeanor, an ability to put thoughts into words, good verbal and written communication, and ability to convincingly deliver presentations can make much difference to your employability. However, not all people are born with the gift of the gab, as they say. For those who are introverts, it helps if they open up on multiple platforms in early life. Being part of extra-curricular activities, on stage appearances as well as joining literary and creative writing groups during college can help you improve on your communication skills. At the same time if you find yourself lacking in this area, it may help to join a brief professional crash course on improving communication skills.

General Awareness: No matter how much you know your subject, not being aware of what is happening around in the world can put a major dent on your employability. Recruiters today want candidates who have good IQ levels, and effective general awareness, no matter which sector. As simple a habit as reading a newspaper daily can make a huge difference to your skills and employability.

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