There is a 50 per cent increase in median salary to 24 lakh per annum (LPA) from 16 LPA of last year. The highest offered salary, so far, in this year is Rs 44.1 lakh per annum, he stated.
IIT Kharagpur placed 1,500 plus students on the seventh day (i.e December 7, 2021) of its placement drive which surpassed all the previous years' total placement figures. IIT Kharagpur students bagged over 22 offers in the CTC range of Rs 0.9 - Rs 2.4 crore of which over 10 offers were made by domestic companies.
Top recruiters include Google, Microsoft, Samsung Bangalore, Adobe, Walmart, Sprinklr, Paytm, Amazon, Indeed, Cashfree, Nference, Flipkart, Mindtickle, Texas Instruments, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Ceremorphic, Addverb, L&T, ZS, Deloitte, Viscadia, Capgemini, KPMG, TCS, Reliance Jio, and LTI.
"IIT Kanpur has witnessed excellent hiring trends across sectors this time. The numbers are very encouraging and much higher than the previous years. This growing trust the recruiters are bestowing upon the institute and its students is reflective of IIT Kanpur's resolution to thrive for excellence," the IIT-K spokesperson said.
The Odisha Computer Application Centre (OCAC) has invited applications for filling up of several vacancies on contractual basis. It has roped in the IIIT in Bhubaneswar to conduct the entire recruitment process on their behalf.
Job aspirants turn up in large numbers during Gram Raksha Dal Recruitment for 600 posts in Palanpur, Gujarat.
It can't be denied that the Novel Coronavirus pandemic has affected all aspects of life including livelihood. Last year, when India entered into a total Covid induced lockdown, many companies suffered huge losses, lead to massive layoffs and pay cuts.
Exciting news for the fresh graduates as many Indian and multinational companies across sectors have shown interest in stepping up hiring of freshers like never before.
If one looks at the ongoing hiring activity in the Indian IT sector, it is easy to spot the bustling activity. Almost after a year-long freezing in hiring activity, the IT sector is witnessing a continuous growth in job demand.
From health to jobs, Covid-19 pandemic has impacted every aspect of life! Last year when the pandemic struck India, many sectors including the IT sector suffered huge losses, which led to massive layoffs, pay cuts and hiring freezes.
According to the LinkedIn India - Labour Market Update (July 2021), India's job market is witnessing a steady recovery on the hiring activity.
E-commerce giant Amazon will host its first-ever Career Day in India on September 16 this year. In what could be a great opportunity for job seekers, the world’s largest online retailer said it is hiring for more than 8000 direct job openings across 35 cities in India.
In a major move, India’s largest IT services provider, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is going to hire freshers throughout the year to deal with rising attrition.
WCL (Western Coalfields Limited) invited applications for one-year Apprenticeship Training from ITI passed candidates. The application forms will be available on the official website of Western Coalfields Limited from September 6, 2021 (10 am) onwards.
Good news for all the Cloud professionals in India! India ranks 3rd globally with 6,08,000 professionals catering to high demand for cloud solutions. And, India will have at least 20 lakh job opportunities for Cloud professionals in the next 4 years!
Exciting news for the fresh graduate engineers as top tech companies are stepping up hiring of freshers like never before.
After almost a year of slump, the IT jobs market in India is witnessing a strong hiring boom! According to media reports, quoting research firm Jefferies, hiring activity has picked up pace in the IT sector in India. Notwithstanding the pressures and disruptions during the pandemic, the sector is seeing robust activity.
Hospitality unicorn OYO is planning to hire more than 300 technology professionals over the next six months.
Professional services firm PwC is aiming to create over 10,000 additional jobs over the next five years. As a part of its new business strategy, the firm plans to invest Rs 1,600 crore to expand its India operations.
Amidst the pandemic gloom, the Indian job market is picking up slowly and steadily!
With an aim to improve gender diversity, top IT companies such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), HCL Technologies, Wipro, and Infosys may hire around 60,000 women candidates through campus placements this year.
With India on a path of sustained recovery from the impact of COVID19, hiring trends in India show encouraging signs. According to the latest Naukri JobSpeak report, hiring in India has touched an all-time high in July 2021. The Naukri JobSpeak Index indicated buoyancy is hiring which is signifies revival of economic growth & recovery.
Job supply in India is increasing and hiring trends are showing encouraging signs.
As per a report published by HP India, women are more inclined to choose gaming as a career than men in South India.
Amid apprehensions of massive job loss in the IT companies, India’s top tech giants - TCS, Infosys and Wipro have planned to hire over 1 lakh fresh graduates this financial year (2021-2022), certainly bringing much relief for the students who are graduating this year