An Overview of Anna's Movement from August 16

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

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Anna’s movement appeared as August revolution for second Indian Independence. He had announced for the movement on 28th July, 2011 when the Union Cabinet had approved Lokpal Bill with many modifications.

Anna Hazare had announced to start his movement from Delhi. So, Delhi cops arrested Anna Hazare early in the morning from his residence, Mayur Vihar. Team of Anna Hazare is also arrested from Raj Ghat.

The incident blew across the country. Thousands of people participated in the movement of Anna Hazare. They demonstrated against the government. Students, home guards, advocates and senior citizens came forward the support his movement very sincerely.

The whole situation created the biggest trouble for the Indian Government. People come forward for “Jail Bharo Andolan” from many parts of the country. Thousands of students came forward to support Anna Hazare at Chhatrasal Stadium.

Finally, Anna Hazare is sent to Tihar Jail. Now, people get angered. They gathered there. Seeing the gathering of people at Tihar Jail, government decided to release Anna. He got released but didn’t leave the jail campus.

Both houses of Parliament became the platform of debate after the statement of the Prime Minister against Anna Hazare on August 17, 2011.

Anna is still sited in the campus of Tihar Jail with the demand to continue his agitation in JP Park, Delhi. But the place has been charged by 144 acts. People are gathered to Tihar Jail to support Anna. Delhi Police have no way to solve the problem.

What will happen next? You need to wait to know about it. Will Anna get permission to continue his demonstration at JP Park? The whole country is waiting for the next step of Anna Hazare. For now, Tihar Jail is the place of Anna’s movement. The movement of Jan Lokpal Bill is exposed as the second movement of Indian Independence by Anna Hazare. It is a struggle for the right to expression.

Google Plans to Hire More than 6200 Employees This Year

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

This year has brought the biggest opportunities for the tech guys. The biggest Search Engine – Google has planned to hire more than 6, 200 employees this year.

An online news portal about business and economy - economictimes.indiatimes.com, writes about it, “Google executives have consistently brushed aside those concerns, saying that the company needs to aggressively recruit the smartest computer engineers and most persuasive sales representatives to maintain its lead in online search and advertising, as well as to diversify into other services in computing, telecommunications and the media.

The company outlined its hiring plans Tuesday with The Associated Press without providing many specifics beyond its pledge to hire more people than it did in 2007 when it added 6,131 workers. Google hired nearly 4,600 people last year to end 2010 with 24,400 employees. Based on its hiring commitment, Google's work force will increase by at least 25 percent this year.

Analysts polled by FactSet expect Google's net revenue to increase 22 percent this year.

Google wouldn't say how many of the new jobs will be based in the United States, where most of its current workers are located. In a speech Tuesday, Schmidt said Google will hire more than 1,000 workers in Europe this year. All told, Google has more than 60 offices in 30 countries.”

Further it writes, “Managing a company with the population of a small city will pose another challenge for Google co-founder Larry Page as he prepares to take over as the company's CEO April 4 in a shake-up that will reassign Schmidt to executive chairman. In that role, Schmidt will focus on meeting with government officials, business partners and potential takeover targets while Page runs the company.

Page, 37, served as CEO in Google's early days when the company was far smaller. Google had fewer than 300 employees when Schmidt replaced Page as CEO a decade ago.

Google has become a coveted place to work, largely because Page and fellow co-founder Sergey Brin have always insisted on making the company's offices seem like a home away from home in an effort to make people more productive. All meals, snacks and drinks are free at Google, and employees can commute on free shuttles equipped with Internet access to San Francisco and other cities located within a 50-mile (80-kilometer) radius of the company's Mountain View, California, headquarters.”

Hiring in Google more than 6,200 employees this year is the biggest event like hiring in TCS of 37,000 professionals.

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Plans To Hire 37,000 Professionals from Campuses Next Fiscal

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Recently, we heard a good news for the jobseekers. IT major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has planned to hire 37,000 professionals for its domestic and overseas markets through campus placements in the next fiscal.

About the hiring, an online news portal about business and economy - economictimes.indiatimes.com, quotes a statement of TCS Head (Global Human Resources), Ajoyendra Mukherjee, “We plan to hire 37,000 professionals through campus recruitment in FY 12. We have so far visited 171 institutions pan-India.”

So, it is very clear that TCS will hire 37,000 professionals through campuses in FY 12. TCS has 171 institutions pan-India and now it wants expansions in man power quality.

Further he adds, “Our hiring ratio will be around 54:46 trainee and lateral respectively. The demand is strong and we hope it will continue to grow in the coming days.”

You should know that TCS had hired 27,500 professionals through campus recruitment last year. According to the above mentioned news portal, “TCS added 20,219 people (gross) during the quarter (Q3 FY 11), its highest addition yet, taking its total headcount to 1,86,914 at the end of the December quarter.”

Further Mr. Mukherjee said, “Given the strength of business demand, we have exceeded the hiring target of 50,000 employees we had set for this fiscal year.”

The news portal quotes a statement of TCS CEO and Managing Director, N Chandrasekaran also, “Our short-term challenge is we have to continue to retain people although the attrition rate has come down in Q3 FY 11.” So, the CEO and Managing Director of TCS, N Chandrasekaran has planned to retain people in the short-term challenge of the company.

In the job sections, Accor is also to hire 3000 people by next year. You should know TCS hiring will be held in various campuses to hire 37,000 professionals.

Accor to Hire 3000 People by Next Year

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Recently, Accor said about the hiring of 3000 people by next year in India. It will fill the vacancies being created at its upcoming hotels in the country.

An online news portal about business and economy - economictimes.indiatimes.com, writes about it, “Accor currently operates eight hotels under brands, Novotel, Ibis and Mercure, and two convention centres that employ about 2,000 people.”

The portal quotes a statement of Regional Director of Human Resources Ashwin A Shirali, “By the end of 2011, we will employ total 5,000 people at Accor operated properties across India.”

Further the news portal writes about the hiring process of Accor, “About 30 per cent of the job opportunities being created will be for entry level jobs, he said. The company will operate ten new properties that are likely to come up in 2011.

In August this year, Accor had said that it plans to open 90 hotels by 2015, out of which contracts for 60 hotels have already been signed. Around 21 hotels are likely to be operational by the end of 2012.

At present Accor, in partnership with InterGlobe Enterprises, runs hotels under the Ibis brand and has partnership with other companies for Novotel and Mercure brand. Accor also has plans to bring its other global hotel brands, Sofitel, Pullman and Formule1 in India by 2011.

Accor and InterGlobe have set up an investment fund to develop hotel assets in India with Pacifica Partners, which has 36 per cent equity in the fund. Accor and InterGlobe will each hold 32 per cent stake in the fund.”

It is really good news for Indian employees who are seeking their career in hotel and hospitality industry. Recently, Wipro GE Healthcare had also announced to recruit 600 people in next 2 years. Now, there is a great chance with better career opportunities in hotel sector.

Wipro GE Healthcare to Recruit up to 600 People in 2 Years

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Recently, Wipro GE Healthcare announced to hire up to 600 people to enhance its marketing force in the next 2 years.

Wipro GE Healthcare (WGH) Managing Director V Raja statement about the hiring is quoted by - economictimes.indiatimes.com, an online news portal about business and economy, “We have been beefing up our distribution system. While we are already present in 300 out of the 600 districts across the country, now we are looking at having individuals who can directly sell products in those local areas.”

Further the news portal added his statement about the hiring, “In order do that the company will add 500 to 600 people in the next two years. These people will be hired for all front-end related activities such as marketing and sales and market research.”

In the next statement, “So, in the next three years there would be about 10-12 products, which have been designed and developed in India, launched for the local market. These are all parts of our plans to clock a turnover of USD one billion in the next five years.”

According to the news portal, “Last year the company had announced integration of all the stand-alone units and plants of GE Healthcare in India into a single entity. As part of the integration process GE Healthcare Life Sciences, GE Healthcare Medical Diagnostics and GE Medical Systems India came under the fold of Wipro GE Healthcare.”

Overall, it is a very good like recruitment of 85000 staffs in next 3 years by PSU Banks. Now, you have some chance to work with big corporate.

Globallogic Plans to Hire 2000 More Employees by March

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Globallogic, software services provider plans to increase its staff headcount by 2,000 across centres in India by March, 2011. It has planned to take total workforce strength to 6,000 employees.

An online news portal about business and economy - economictimes.indiatimes.com, quotes a statement of Globallogic CEO Peter Harrison, “We will ramp up our headcount across our centres like Argentina, India and China. The company, which plans to list on the US bourses in the second half next year, will add about 2,000 people to its existing employee base of 4,000.”

Further he added, “Half of the additions would take place in India. We are in the process of interviewing bankers. We would expect to list in the second half of next year. We could look at it post-listing in the US.”

In the analysis, the news portal writes, “The Company has 1,700 employees in India at present, which man centres at Pune, Noida, Bangalore and Nagpur. In addition, the company said it has been on the lookout for potential acquisitions globally to strengthen its capabilities. It will look at investing USD 40-80 million over the next 12 months on global acquisitions. The Virginia-headquartered company is backed by Sequoia Capital, New Enterprise Associates, Goldman Sachs and New Atlantic Ventures. The company has more than 150 clients spanning sectors such as digital media, finance, healthcare, infrastructure, software, retail and telecom.”

So, it is one of the best news for Indian people to become a member of Globallogic by March. It is a well known company in software service provider and it wants to hire manpower for its different department and branches.

Hiring in Globallogic is very clear from the statement of Globallogic CEO Peter Harrison. The company want to ramp up its headcount across the centers like Argentina, India and China. Some months before, Cisco had also announced to hire 3000 Personal over next 2 years.

Recruitment of 85000 Staff in Next 3 Years by PSU Banks

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Recently, a very positive news came in light about employment. PSU banks are to recruit about 85000 staff in next 3 years to meet the manpower shortage.

An online news portal about business and economy - economictimes.indiatimes.com, quotes an official statement about it, “The PSBs have a tentative plan of recruitment of around 34,000 officers and 51,000 clerks during the next three years for 2010-13.” So, there will be recruitment of 34,000 officers and 51,000 clerks in coming next 3 years.

Further the news portal writes, “The government also informed that it has been decided to entrust IBPS the responsibility to conduct the common recruitment examination for PSBs.

The IBPS, established in 1984, is an autonomous body engaged in recruitment of personnel and internal promotion in banks and financial institutions.”

“During the year 2009-10, IBPS conducted test for around 60 lakh candidates at 125 centres across the country for recruitment in PSBs.

The Indian Banks' Association (IBA) had recommended to the government that a common recruitment programme in public sector banks should be conducted by the IBPS.”

So, in coming future there will be a common recruitment programme in public sector banks. It is really a very positive news for the unemployment candidates. But still there is a question – Will the recruitment eliminate complete unemployment?

On the other hand, Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) also provides about 57000 employments in Rajasthan. The news portal quotes a statement of Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot, “We have started the recruitment process to fill around 57,000 vacant posts including 50,000 posts of third grade teachers in PRIs.”

“Keeping procedural delays in mind, we have decided to make temporary arrangements by offering retired personnel two years' employment to ensure the smooth transfer of power of the five departments to the PRIs to strengthen them.”

“The employees will be entitled to bonus not exceeding Rs 3,387 for any individual on 30 days' basic salary.” It is really a good news after the announcement of 58 million new jobs in government sector.

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