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Job opportunities in public sector have shrunk: Government

"The recommendation of National Commission for Backward Classes has been received on February 8. The Government is examining the matter of a mechanism for affirmative action for the OBCs," Gehlot said.

New Reliance project falls far short of job targets

To offer only 41 direct jobs; unions question govt proposal to create 16 lakh jobs this year.


CITU wants to fight unemployment by cutting work-week to 35 hrs from 48

A K Padmanabhan said working for 35 hours a week is the only way to increase job opportunities

UP towns steal the show in India’s job creation story

Lucknow,Meerut,Kanpur and Allahabad have together registered a staggering 68 per cent increase in employment while job opportunities have declined in the range of 14 to 33 per cent in metros of Ahmedabad,Bangalore,Chennai,Delhi-NCR,Hyderabad,Kolkata,Mumbai and Pune,according to a survey conducted by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India.

Hiring improves in June; auto,pharma lead

Job opportunities in auto and pharma businesses soared,although IT was slow,says survey.

Minority sub-quota to double job opportunities for Muslims: Khurshid

Demand for quota in employment,education for Muslims is not 'bargaining tactic',says minister.


1 of 2 Indian employees mull job change

Young workers are most likely to quit,as economic growth promises more opportunities.

Indians more positive about migrants than other citizens:Study

A larger percentage of Indians consider an influx of immigrants into their country as positive than people of other nationalities.

Job market turns buoyant in November,says

Riding on the back of increased job opportunities,mainly in banking and financial services,the country's employment scenario remained highly buoyant in November,according to a leading online job portal.

Awareness camp on job opportunities organised in Kupwara district

Inaugurating the awareness camp MLA Abdul Rashid said setting up of such centres in far off areas would benefit the jobless youths and urged the KVIB to set up more centres of different trades in the area.