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After jobs, education is expected to be the new growth engine.

Out of 9,117 companies surveyed by recruitment firm across 52 countries, 76 per cent of organisations in India made active hirings in the July-September quarter.
According to a Nielsen survey, Indians are still the most optimistic in the world about their job prospects over the next twelve months.

A TeamLease report says Corporate India is bullish about the future of their business, but adopt a cautious approach while hiring.

Out of the 400 job cuts, 130 are planned for Finland and the remaining reductions are planned to be carried out in 30 countries.

IT major Infosys Technologies says it has increased its head-count by 7,646 in the July-September period this year, as attrition rate has decreased in the company.

The company's Indian arm, Panasonic India, is currently investing Rs 1,000 crore to set up the new plant, spread over 37,000 square meters.
During the four-day placement process scheduled between November 10 and November 15, all 353 students got offers from a total 125 recruiters, the institute said.

In order to ensure a perfect match between the job and the candidate, more and more employers are deploying a variety of tools to verify their antecedents.

NHAI is also looking for a chairman for its board. Sources said Cabinet Secretary K. M. Chandrasekhar has called a meeting to discuss names for the post.
Monster India said 21 of the 27 industry sectors monitored by the Index exhibited positive month-on-month growth trends.