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Congress manifesto on jobs | Will fill 4 lakh central govt, institutional vacancies before March 2020

Congress manifesto 2019 on jobs: "In order to underline the link between the growth of the industry and services sectors and rapid creation of jobs, Congress will create a new Ministry of Industry, Services and Employment."

Missing workers

Government needs to acknowledge that the situation on the jobs front is serious

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Ravi Shankar Prasad: 8.73 lakh jobs created in IT sector in past five years

The minister, while sharing the data sourced from industry body Nasscom, said Congress was indulging in falsehoods as they have nothing to offer from their own side.

Before Govt blocked jobs report, stats panel search body tweaked in its favour

Earlier, the composition of the search committee, according to the MoSPI Resolution dated June 1, 2005, was: Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission as Chairperson along with an RBI Deputy Governor and “two eminent persons.

Govt plans to expand rural job scheme, gets poor response from institutes

In all, 36,500 youth have been enrolled for skill training. The state government has, however, fallen short of reaching the target of training 58,000 rural youth between 2016 and 2019. Officials claim several rural candidates are unwilling to migrate from the deep interiors for skill training.

IBPS recruitment 2019: Latest vacancies, eligibility criteria, educational qualifications, other details

IBPS recruitment 2019: The candidates who want to apply have to download the application form from the official website ibps.in. The last date to receive application is February 28

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NSSO job loss report junked, Niti Aayog taps Mudra survey for data

Findings of the Labour Bureau’s survey on jobs created under MUDRA scheme will be used to laud its achievement on this front.

Elusive employment

The comatose state of the job market is worrying. It could impact the general election more than the promise of quotas

10 per cent quota: Pool of jobs in govt, banks shrinking steadily

The latest data compiled by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) on recruitment over the last three years through the main agencies show a declining trend in selection and recruitment, from 1,13,524 cumulatively in FY2015 to 1,00,933 in FY2017.

Google search for ‘jobs near me’: Sharp spike since 2016

The steady increase in interest over the last 4-5 years has also been witnessed in other “near me” search terms such as “mobile stores near me”, “supermarkets near me”, “gas stations near me”, that are the top searched phrases in the category.

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What millennials want from companies and jobs: News in Numbers

It's almost a billion dollar question. What do millennials want? A global survey tries to answer the question. Millennials are many things. Many statements are attributed to them when it comes to what they want and how they behave.

Why the Maratha agitation keeps coming back

The Marathas, a third of the population of Maharashtra, began to agitate for their demands a little less than two years ago. While the current phase of renewed protests ended, the agitation is far from over.

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Jat quota row: Will analyse reason after situation is normal, says Naidu

New Delhi, Feb 22 (ANI): Minister of State (MoS) for Parliamentary Affairs Venkaiah Naidu on Monday asserted that the government is waiting for a calm atmosphere in order to come to a conclusion on the ongoing Jat community protests. He further stated that committee formation on the issue reflects government’s desire to come to a conclusion on the demands raised by the Jats. The Jat community is demanding reservations in government jobs and institutions.

WB has capability to take on bigger business challenges: Jaitley

Kolkata, Jan 08 (ANI) : Asserting that West Bengal has capability and readiness to take on bigger and greater business challenges with an aim to fulfill aspirations, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said more investments will lead to greater revenues, jobs, more manufacturing power and better infrastructure. Jaitley, who was speaking at the 2016 Global Business Summit, said the economy of any country or state needs investments to grow. The Summit received participation from 20 countries including UK, Japan, USA, Singapore, Australia, China, Malaysia, Taiwan, Israel, Spain, Belarus, Czech Republic, Korea, Luxembourg and neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan.

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