News: BHEL, Future Generali & PSBs plan to hire

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BHEL, Future Generali & PSBs plan to hire

BHEL to hire 25,000 in 5 years BHEL will hire 25,000 people over the next five years to take its total headcount to 55,000. While 15,000 people have already been hired in the past four years, the aim is to hire 5,000 people every year for the next five years. These 5,000 new recruitments would comprise of 1,000 engineers, 1,000 diploma holders and 2,000 ITI graduates, among others.

BHEL to hire 25,000 in 5 years
BHEL will hire 25,000 people over the next five years to take its total headcount to 55,000. While 15,000 people have already been hired in the past four years, the aim is to hire 5,000 people every year for the next five years. These 5,000 new recruitments would comprise of 1,000 engineers, 1,000 diploma holders and 2,000 ITI graduates, among others.

Future Generali plans to recruit 1,725 advisors this year
Life insurance company Future Generali India plans to recruit 1,725 new advisors this year. This will add to the company’s existing advisor base of 53,000 employees operating across 191 offices in 18 states.

PSBs into recruitment spree this fiscal
Public sector banks are focusing on heavy recruitments this fiscal. With many vacancies arising in banks owing to superannuation and other related factors, hiring on a large scale has become inevitable for the lenders. Amongst these lenders are Central Bank of India and Vijaya Bank, which plan to recruit 2,500 and 1,500 employees respectively this fiscal year.

Dhathri Ayurveda to create 1000 new jobs
Dhathri Ayurveda Private Ltd will soon introduce 100 retail outlets to cater to the emerging ayurveda market. The new venture will provide 1,000 job opportunities, both directly and indirectly.
 

 

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