In the recent past, India has swiftly paced its way to self-sufficiency in the field of defence know-how. India had been an importer of defence since early days and It used to struggle for its share of arms and ammunitions as it had to depend on other developed nations in order to get the necessary …
June 2016 archive
An Intelligence Agency is a government agency which serves the nation and is accountable for extracting and analyzing information regarding national security, military, foreign policy and such other pertinent national issues. Such agencies collect information from diverse sources which may be evident as well as clandestine. Such sources include spying, intercepting communication lines, encrypting and decrypting of code language, assistance from other institutions and analyzing the public resources.
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.