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  • IIT-Delhi Students Turn Down $125,000 Offers
    As per details of the annual placement drive shared by the premier engineering institute here, the first six days of placements have seen a 30 per cent increase in the total number of campus offers by companies this year.
  • 2014 Best Year of Job Creation in US Since 1990s: Barack Obama
    In November alone businesses created 314,000 new jobs, he said.
  • Four IIT-Kanpur Students Turn Down Rs 1 Crore Salary Offers
    According to the chairman of the IIT-Kanpur placement cell the offers were made on Wednesday by a multinational company during placement interviews.
  • MNCs Make 487 Job Offers at IIT-M Campus Interview
    A total of 89 companies have so far participated in the campus interview and 487 offers were placed, which was comparatively higher than last year's offer of 315, a press release said.
  • Private Equity Is Top Choice of Young Wall Street Bankers
    The business of private equity has long held an allure for young bankers. But for the first time, there are numbers to suggest that private equity is the single most popular destination for Wall Street's junior workers.
  • Passive Candidates Top Priority for Hiring Executives: LinkedIn
    Irfan Abdulla, director of talent solutions, LinkedIn India, said that its annual survey pointed to positive sentiment in the Indian job market. The volume and budget for hiring is increasing in India, he said.
  • IIT Student Gets Rs 1.5 Crore Pay Package
    IIT Kharagpur officials said the salary package was among the 163 offers made by 27 visiting companies yesterday on the first day of campus placements.
  • Over 50% Professionals in India Look to Change Jobs in 2 Years: Survey
    About 52 per cent of the total number of mid-career professionals (those with 1-10 years of work experience) would consider moving to another job within two years, according to a survey by professional networking site LinkedIn.
  • Indian Employees More Engaged Than Their Global Peers: Report
    According to a report on employee engagement in India by Dale Carnegie Training, a leader in improving workplace performance, Indian employees are significantly more engaged than their global counterparts with 46 per cent employees fully engaged compared to the global average of 34 per cent.
  • Companies to Give Average 11% Salary Hike in FY15: Survey
    As per the survey conducted jointly by MyHiringClub.com and FlikJobs.com, as much as 92 per cent companies said that they would dole out increments for their employees in the current appraisal season, while another 90 per cent firms are also likely to give bonuses.
  • Hasmukh Adhia Takes Charge as Financial Services Secretary
    Hasmukh Adhia on Friday took charge as the Secretary of the Department of Financial Services in the Ministry of Finance.
  • India is 4th Most Vacation-Deprived Nation Globally: Survey
    The survey also reveals 64 per cent of Indians, who feel vacation deprived, say their deprivation stems from not getting enough holidays, while 36 per cent say their deprivation stems from not taking all of their vacation days.
  • Indian Employees to See 11% Salary Hike in 2015: Report
    According to the latest Salary Trends survey by ECA International, the biggest pay rises in the region have been forecast in Pakistan where companies are anticipating 12 per cent rises on an average. For Indian employees the average hike has been forecast at 10.9 per cent.
  • Expect Higher Pay Hikes Across the World: Survey
    According to the survey's prediction, pay hikes across the world will be slightly better than this year. The survey sees pay hikes across the world going up on average by 5.8 per cent in 2015, slightly better than this year's 5.6 per cent average.
  • IIT Kharagpur Graduate Gets Rs 91 Lakh Salary Offer
    A month away from final placements, IIT Kharagpur students are being flooded with pre-placement offers.

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