India is a country with more than one billion people. The vast population of the country was known as a great hindrance to India’s development in the past. But, it is now viewed upon as a gold mine of man power, for both intellectual and physical work. The increasing population created several new jobs. The Indian youth make best use of the employment news magazines and online sources to target these jobs. There were only a handful of banks in India before 20 years. Today, there are hundreds of banks expanding rapidly. The upcoming bank exams plans to hire thousands of employees throughout the year.
The economic reforms in the country has paved way for more earning, leading to tremendous growth of entertainment, hospitality and tourism industries. This also leads to more savings, resulting in several new financial investment consultancies and banks. The youngsters seeking job in this decade are flooded with multitude opportunities.
Employment News Weekly
Employment News is a weekly magazine which provides all the information about the public and private sector jobs available in India. They list nearly all the upcoming bank exams with syllabus, applications and ample exam preparation tips. There are a handful of websites which provide similar employment services. But, they limit themselves to collecting the candidates resume and forwarding it to the required private sector companies. Whereas, Employment news weekly, published in three languages serve as a complete job search guide providing A to Z details of every vacancy they print. The weekly is available both online and offline for the benefit of all job seeking candidates across the country.
Employment News Weekly Job Forecast
Several public sector banks recruited fresher’s and experienced people to work for them in the year 2011. The trend is expected to continue this year too. The upcoming bank exams in 2012 are conducted by IBPS or the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection situated in Mumbai. They frame the question papers and conduct interviews for various banking jobs like entry-level officers, Clerks and specialist officers. Nearly 19 public sector banks follow their exam and selection pattern to recruit their employees. The weekly estimates nearly two thousand financial degree holders will be recruited for various banks this year.
Employment news weekly has ample information about these upcoming banking exams conducted by the IBPS as well as other private sector banks. It also lists several railway job openings, defense openings and vacancies in the teaching sector. The less explored fields like mining, plastic technology and agricultural and medical industries also advertise their vacancies in this useful magazine. Based their enormous experience, the weekly forecasts 2012 would hire more than half a million employees in India.
Source by Maria D Deepak