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  • Mumbai University Ranked 9th in Producing Billionaires

    Mumbai University Ranked 9th in Producing Billionaires

    This makes Mumbai University only the second institute from outside the US to find a place among the top 10 in terms of billionaire alma maters.

  • Indian Railways to Hire More than 6,000 People

    Indian Railways to Hire More than 6,000 People

    The applications for the massive recruitment drive for the Indian Railways will happen online only.

  • London's Young Techies Find Anti-Immigrant Mood a Drag

    London's Young Techies Find Anti-Immigrant Mood a Drag

    Tech entrepreneurs say Cakarel's experience reflects a broader problem facing London, Europe's startup hub and an engine of innovative growth.

  • This IIT is Ahead of its Peers, Says Global Survey

    This IIT is Ahead of its Peers, Says Global Survey

    No Indian institution however, managed to make it to the top 200. But, the number of Indian institutes in the list grew to 12 from 11

  • SBI Special Management Executive Exam Call Letters Released

    SBI Special Management Executive Exam Call Letters Released

    The SBI special management executive online exam will take place on September 19.

  • Job Market to See High Growth; 70% Employers to Expand Teams: Survey

    Job Market to See High Growth; 70% Employers to Expand Teams: Survey

    The country is likely to see high growth in the job market as 70 per cent employers plan to expand their team, a recent survey said.

  • India 5th Most Sought-After MBA Destination Globally: GMAC

    India 5th Most Sought-After MBA Destination Globally: GMAC

    The United States remains the most preferred MBA destination, while United Kingdom, Canada and France also rank above India, the survey says.

  • India Least Expensive Destination for Foreign Education: Survey

    India Least Expensive Destination for Foreign Education: Survey

    Among the fifteen countries surveyed by HSBC, Australia, Singapore and USA occupy the top three positions in the expenditure chart for overseas students, while India, Mexico and China are the least expensive.

  • Indian Employers Most Optimistic on Hiring Plans: Manpower

    Indian Employers Most Optimistic on Hiring Plans: Manpower

    Indian employers have strongest hiring plans when compared to their global peers for the October-December quarter of this year on hopes of a speedy economic revival, says a ManpowerGroup report.

  • World Bank Warns of Global Jobs Crisis

    World Bank Warns of Global Jobs Crisis

    In a study released at a G20 Labour and Employment Ministerial Meeting in Australia, the Bank said an extra 600 million jobs needed to be created worldwide by 2030 just to cope with the expanding population.

  • SBI PO Result 2014: Written Test Results Out

    SBI PO Result 2014: Written Test Results Out

    The written test is the first step in the recruitment of SBI probationary officer, which will be followed by group discussion and personal interview.

  • After Disasters, Stricken Malaysia Airlines Staff Brace for Job Cuts

    After Disasters, Stricken Malaysia Airlines Staff Brace for Job Cuts

    The 19,500 staff of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) now face a new ordeal - a quarter of them may lose their jobs at the unprofitable airline, hit by two jet disasters this year. Flight MH370 remains untraced since its disappearance en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March.

  • Flexi Hiring in Government Sector to Rise Further: Indian Staffing Federation

    Flexi Hiring in Government Sector to Rise Further: Indian Staffing Federation

    According to ISF, apex body of leading staffing companies in India, organised flexi staffing players have made significant contribution towards social security as well as government revenue in the last few years.

  • PSU Banks Barred from Campus Recruitment

    PSU Banks Barred from Campus Recruitment

    In a recent directive to PSU banks, the Finance Ministry has asked not to make any appointment against the permanent vacancies by resorting to campus recruitment/interview mechanism.

  • SBI Life Insurance Appoints Arijit Basu as MD, CEO

    SBI Life Insurance Appoints Arijit Basu as MD, CEO

    Arijit Basu has held several key positions in various circles of State Bank of India including the Bank's office at Tokyo. He has also served as General Manager at the Bank's Mumbai circle and the mid corporate group at Ahmedabad as well as the Financial Institutions Group, International Banking at corporate center, Mumbai.

  • Challenges Aplenty for Sikka at Infosys: Analysts

    Challenges Aplenty for Sikka at Infosys: Analysts

    "The news of Sikka's announcement is extremely important for Infosys since it ends the uncertainty that was the main enemy of Infosys. The new CEO will have to move very quickly to first calm the three key stakeholders, employees, customers and the investors, in that order," Gartner Research India Country Manager Partha Iyengar told PTI.

  • Google Most Attractive Employer Among Asia-Pacific Graduates

    Google Most Attractive Employer Among Asia-Pacific Graduates

    According to global employer branding firm Universum's 2014 Most Attractive Employers in Asia Pacific Ranking, Google has emerged as the most desirable employer among business, as well as engineering and IT students in the APAC region.

  • Rajiv Lall to be IDFC Bank Managing Director and CEO

    Rajiv Lall to be IDFC Bank Managing Director and CEO

    Infrastructure finance company IDFC, which recently received an in-principle banking licence from the Reserve Bank of India, on Wednesday said that its current chairman Rajiv Lall will be heading the lender as managing director.

  • IT Industry Hiring: Top 5 New Trends

    IT Industry Hiring: Top 5 New Trends

    The net hiring in the $118 billion Indian IT and business process management (BPM) is expected to rise 6 per cent in 2014-15, driven by higher technology spend and a global economic recovery, says a Nasscom survey.

  • Twitter Admits to Diversity Problem in Workforce

    Twitter Admits to Diversity Problem in Workforce

    The lack of diversity in Twitter's workforce of roughly 3,000 people was spelled out in data released by the San Francisco company behind the popular short messaging service.

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