Mahendra, which has 135 coaching centres, helps candidates prepare for bank probationary officer exams and railway exams and conducts programmes for the National Skill Development Corporation.
Indian companies are launching many new initiatives to reinforce their commitment to hiring and retaining more women employees.
Companies such as Flipkart, Big-Basket, Swiggy, 1mg, Pepperfry and Urban Ladder, among others, are planning to increase the number of delivery workers.
At Urban Ladder, cofounder Rajiv Srivatsa’s strategy is to regularly shadow delivery managers and service associates when they are making product deliveries in different cities.
Companies such as Rivigo, MobiKwik, Netmeds, Zerodha, Pharmeasy, Sattviko, Toppr, Razorpay, Quikr, etc are increasing headcount in a bid to strengthen their teams to service the growing market.
The number of applications from prospective Indian students has doubled and even trebled in some cases in the past one year alone, according to officials at institutions such as Carnegie Mellon, KU Leuven, etc.
The World Travel & Tourism Council forecasts that the total number of jobs which are dependent in some form on Travel & Tourism will increase from 42.9 million in 2018 to 52.3 million in 2028.
With its consistent performance this season, the Institute recorded a median CTC of Rs 16 lakh per annum, witnessing a significant increase of 14% over the last year.
Professor Hema Date, dean of student affairs said, “This has been a great year, as our students have bagged excellent job offers."
V Suresh, chief sales officer of Naukri at Info Edge, expects the IT sector to come back to the job market in the second quarter of the year.
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