The company has already hired Raghuram Trikutam, as the head of engineering, mobile payments and Ruchika Sharma, as head of human resources.
92 lakh hopefuls took the exam aimed to fill up over 18,000 vacancies in various categories.
Graduates, post-graduates and even those who have only matriculated can apply.
The digital payments firm will invest over Rs. 50 crore in a bid to expand its footprint.
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The telecom major has already added 13,000 to its headcount in 2016, and is looking to add another 5000 in the coming times.
Experts from executive search firms confirmed that the year has been momentous for PE hiring as there was a healthy demand for talent across levels.
Discussions are on with a select set of private equity professionals, and the hiring is expected to close soon.
The new hires are for its centre of excellence in Bengaluru, which already has around 8,000 engineers.
The firm is targeting to expand by the end of 2018, owing to the growing need for data and analytics services.
These new jobs will comprise more medium-tech positions than hi-tech positions.
AAI has commenced the recruitment drive to fill approximately 2,100 posts by 2016-17 in different cadres.
Hiring will be in areas relating to technologies like Java and C++ across development and quality assurance, for mid-level to senior roles.
The expansion will facilitate focus on project management, leasing and land transactions.
The company plans to expand its talent pool to 500 from a current strength of 200, which is further expected to grow ten times over the next two years.
The government is seeking resumes from citizens who could work as 'experts' in various positions across central ministries.
The growing demand for air travel in China and the mushrooming of new air carriers is creating opportunities for expat pilots.
In addition to 40,000 workmen, the mining giant will also recruit management executives, from premier institutes.
The skilling organisation is looking to hire across various verticals and hierarchies including faculty members, business development managers and HRM operation executives.
According to the HSBC Global Report, 50 per cent of the expected 24 million jobs, to be created in India in the next decade, may come from the e-commerce sector.
Snapplication is aimed at reaching out to the digital savvy youth, who are early adopters of newer social media platforms.
The company presently employs 4,000 medical language specialists (MLS) in India and around 12,000 globally.
The programme involves three months of classroom instruction and six months of on-floor training at the company’s development centre, in Noida.
The company with a 9000 strong workforce, expects to see a 30 per cent increase in its revenues accompanied by a substantial increase in its staff strength by the end of the FY16.
The Company has already hired 800 sales professionals and will hire 200 more.
The global digital services leader has opened a new office in Gujarat, and wishes to tap into the rich talent pool of professionals for its management services operations.
The latest report by IRENA predicts that India, the world's third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases but 127th in terms of per capita emissions, might generate a million jobs in the coming years.
The company is eyeing the IITs, IIMs and NITs for its recruitment drive.
The State Government will recruit over 13,000 police personnel to get the justice system on track.
Ajay Singh, co-founder of SpiceJet is to infuse about Rs 1,000 crore in the airline by mid-May. With Rs 550 crore already pumped in after he took over earlier this year, the funds are expected to be used for expansion purposes.
The company is all set for its biggest recruitment drive since its inception in 1998
The company plans to increase its sales force by 1,000 new hires in the Asia Pacific region.