During their good old days, the tech startups were in a neck and neck race to acquire clients, extend their operations to multiple cities and therefore, they hired plethora of young talent. To attract this talent and guard them against the high-risk involved in startups, the high salary packages were used as a way to get them onboard.
Now it is the most shameful matter for any country to top the list of ‘black money holders’. The lump sum is mainly the Indian politician’s money in Swiss bank which is the property of Indian nation. This amount is almost 13 times heftier than the total foreign debts of the country. Also is equivalent to 40% of the annual GDP of India.View full post
FDI is Foreign Direct Investment. This pertains to the direct investment made by a company in another country by buying or by collaboration with any other company of that nation.
1. Increased number of jobs, hence people are at least employed and can bring or take in a certain amount of money every month to their homes.
2. Successful collaborations of local companies with the MNCs give India a new peek into the latest technology and new ventures.
The oil and gas industry offers a wide range of jobs. There is high demand for drilling crews all over the world because the drilling rigs are continuously functioning. Also skilled workers have ample job opportunities mainly into maintenance operations in various offshore projects. At entry level, one can expect a salary of around INR 3.5 to 6 LPA. In India, there is lot of jobs in PSUs such as ONGC, IOCL and Bharat Petroleum for those looking at job security. PSUs offer salaries as per Sixth Pay commission with additional perks and benefits.View full post
CIBIL stands or Credit Information Bureau (India) Ltd. It is the first credit information company in the country that gathers and maintains the individual’s as well as commercial entities’ records of payments related to credit cards and loans. This information is basically presented to CIBIL on a monthly basis by banks and other lenders.View full post
Salaried employees tend to make investments near the end of every financial year in order to minimize taxes. However, there are other options available as well that can be helpful in saving tax. Enlisted below are some useful tax saving tips for salaried employees in India that you may find helpful:
Though it is not an always available option, however, if your organization permits, it is one of the best ways to save tax. You just need to restructure a few components to bring down your tax liability. For instance: include transport, medical, education and other such allowances as a part of your salary and then to reduce tax, produce bills of actual expenses incurred for the respective allowances; opt for food coupons instead of lunch allowance as food coupons are exempt from tax up to Rs. 50 per meal; to decrease prerequisite taxation, opt for company car rather than making use of your own; etc.
A huge number of children in our country go missing every year. Some are kidnapped, some are sold by their families in return for money, and some are lured for the promise of a better life. The following are the statistics provided by NGO CRY (Child Rights and You)
– About 9,000 children go missing in India every year.
– Over 5 lakh children are forcefully pushed into sex trade every year.
– Approximately 2 million commercial sex workers are between the ages of 5 and 15 years, and over 3.3 million are between the ages of 15 and 18.
– 40 percent of the children’s population in our country is into commercial sex working; and 80 percent of these children are found in the five metros – Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Chennai.
During the last few years, most cities have witnessed a huge increase in property rates. The main property markets are Mumbai, Delhi, NCR, Chennai, Bangalore and Pune which had a great increase in price of properties. During the last few months, the property rates of these cities increased except Mumbai and Hyderabad. Real Estate in India is currently under tremendous disputing phase with macro economic problems such as poor liquidity, rise in cost of construction, high land prices, delay in projects, higher interest rates, etc.View full post
Web designing courses in India run across the country by different institutes ranging from small to larger ones and such courses can be completed within one year like certification courses. Or one can go for professional multimedia degree(under graduate, post Graduate) or diploma which are of 3years duration such as B.Sc in Multimedia and web design. A degree has more value than short term course. Some of the well known institutes providing web designing courses in India are Arena Animation Academies, Aptech Institutes, MAAC(Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics), FrameBoxx animation and visual effects etc.
A career in web designing provides tremendous scope and career opportunities. With the inevitable need of websites for any institute or company, the hunt for efficient web designers, who can create professional websites, is ever compelling. These professionals are required in every field of industry from large firms to educational institutes, to small business holders to personal uses.View full post
The Do not call service is a new service provided by many telephone network companies according to guidelines given by TRAI (Telecom regulatory authority of India). This service is a result of continuous complaints of people against the frequent telemarketing calls and texts. When a customer activates this service on their cell phone number then the telemarketing calls and texts may usually stop for say about three months. The time period of the stoppage is entirely based upon the company and its norms.View full post
Following are some of the most important typical job interview questions which are most likely to be asked by the panel of judges
IT Job Interview questions about Networking
• What do you know about WAN?
• What is meant by WIMAX?
• What is meant by Wi Fi?
• What is meant by firewall?
In this stream, the career path to frame exclusively depends upon the students input and the amount of hard work he/she has put in. A student if willing can graph his/her career predominantly and escalate it to new levels. The most common streams that are hit are bachelor’s degrees in Economics, Political Science, Social Work and Journalism. Also many diploma courses are also streamlined like Travel & Tourism, Hotel Management, Air Hostess & Host, Interior Designing, Event Management and Teachers Training. These courses are easy to pursue and are result driven. Many other high end courses are also there like Pilot Training, NDA and special languages. If a student is inclined in embassy jobs or travelling then learning different foreign languages are German, Spanish, French and Japanese.
With the mergers and consolidation here comes risk of job loss as major purpose of these mergers is to reduce costs and curb losses. As most of the infrastructure is already setup the cost cutting will come mostly from job cuts. According to HR firms the cost of Salary and benefits for Telecom companies is upto 25% of total cost. With mergers this cost will definitely go low, as many layoffs possible since less no of people will be required to perform certain functions. Mid and lower level jobs such as BPO/customer care and support functions will have major impact.
80% of fresh graduates from engineering colleges in India are unemployable, says the Aspiring Minds National Employability Report, which based its study on over 1,50,000 engineering graduates from 650 colleges . As per the As per the report, Delhi chunks out maximum number of engineers who are fit for employment in the industry, followed closely …
Indians are now ready to take risks as they have become more responsive to the varied options available. The investors’ risk appetite has been constantly increasing. The most preferred route that investors are taking is that of Mutual Funds through SIP (Systematic Investment Plans). Consequently, equity mutual funds are getting very high inflows at present. Slowly and gradually, investors are becoming more and more conscious of the fact that bank fixed deposits and saving accounts give them only moderate returns as compared to other alternatives which are capable of churning better returns.
As per the report of Freelancer.com, there are about 38% Indians of all the global users on its site. Around 1.2 million of more than 3 million users on this platform are Indians. There is another globally recognized online job portal oDesk which brings together independent contractors in sync. with the projects being posted by various companies and organizations across the globe. Also, the number of freelancers has increased manifold during the past decade, as a result, the freelance market has grown tremendously. Hence, those finding it difficult to find a good job of their choice are diverting their skills to the freelance job market and earning big bucks.
The Gaming Industry in India is witnessing a sharp growth, given the fact that the country has one of the world’s largest youth population. Presently, the Indian Gaming Sector is prized at USD 890 million, with an expected annual growth rate of 14.3%. The share of Mobile Gaming is the maximum with 71% share. The cause of this growth is attributed to increasing younger and modern population, greater expendable incomes, influx of new gaming varieties and the boosting number of smart phone and tablet users.
The animation industry is slowly graduating to the Indian market from its earlier influence in the West. India is among the top Asian countries which has true creative talent and skills related to the animation sector. Given the ancient and mythological background of India, scope for full-length animation movies is immense in this sector.
According to the World Tourism and Tourism Council (WTTC) survey, by 2019, India will position itself as the 2nd largest employer in the world in this sector alone. Around 50 lakh employees are expected to be hired either directly or through indirect recruitment procedure.
Sales professionals hiring saw a growth rate of 15%, where as HR(Human Resource) professionals recorded hiring growth rate of 18%. IT professionals saw growth rate of 21%
As per the report published by Naukri.com, hiring trend has grown at the rate of 18% taken as a whole, during the financial period 2015-2016. This inspiring growth has been achieved due to the viability factor in the hiring process during the above given period, especially in the IT-Software and Insurance sector. There was an increased demand for professionals in the top sectors which led to the aforesaid positive progress. The given data proves that Indian job scenario is going through an optimistic growth phase which is here to stay and opportune times are ahead for the jobseekers.
The top recruiters in this sector include; ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, AXIS Bank, IndusInd Bank, Kotak Mahindra, YES Bank, ING, Standard Chartered, RBS, Deutsche Bank amongst others.
The IT Sector in the country is likely to remain stable till 2020 if the analysis of World Economic Forum is taken into consideration. Although demand for traditional IT professionals is on a decline, attractive employment trends are expected for the upcoming and emerging fields of Data Analytics and Cloud Computing. Though, globally around 5.1 million jobs are on the verge of being lost during the period 2015-20, the demand for new trends in IT like mobile internet etc. would remain stable for the same period. This kind of stability is expected because of the increased demand of the digital technologies in today’s times. It is reported that in India, the traditional IT jobs will decline at the rate of 0.38% annually during 2015-2020, whereas growth in the mobility segment is expected at 1.15% during the same 5 year period. As per the report, “Strong employment growth in the computer and mathematical jobs family, covering both traditional IT work and disruptive digital technology, will be driven by trends beyond technology”.