IDBI, one of the public sector banks helps people to work in different sectors and also help in providing a good scope for the future. Apart from good services and products this bank also calls for recruitment process. All the steps are similar to other bank process. They encourage more applications from Indian nationals. Exams are conducted based on different sections like English, test for General and financial awareness, reasoning and quantitative aptitude. Certain criteria should be followed for applying IDBI jobs.
· Communication and English knowledge should be compulsory.
· Age limit for the candidate should be around 18 years and less than 28 years.
· Candidates should hold Bachelor degree or from well recognized university.
· IDBI conducts written examination for all the eligible candidates.
· Results will be announced based on certain mark criteria.
· Candidate who clears the test will be called for personal interview.
· Salary for the candidates will be around 25,000.
Applicants can apply for the job online by filling up the application. Post is allocated based on cast criteria. Marks also vary according to cast. So make the best use of the opportunity and try to be a part of IDBI bank process. Candidates are one click away from the official website of bank to get more information about the recruitment process.
Indian Overseas Bank is spread among all locations. Many people prefer to have account in IOB as they offer services at good quality and are mostly customer oriented. To be a part of work this bank an opportunity has arise. The bank has started recruitment for specialist officers. This bank has introduced many savings for personal accounts. There are about 551 posts available in specialist officers. IOB is taking serious steps to fill those posts at faster rate. So people are requested to make use of this offer at the most. Certain conditions and criteria have to be followed, they are;
· Candidates must be a citizen of India.
· Educational qualifications differ for different posts.
· Computer talent should be base for all candidates.
· Candidates can apply through online. Other means of application will not be accepted.
· Eligible candidates will be considered for various specialist officer posts.
· Selection process will be carried out by conducting group discussion and interview.
· For different code of positions interview process will differ.
· Interview is carried out for 50 marks and qualifying mark for general category is 22.50 marks whereas it is 20.00 marks for SC/ST/OBC/Physically challenged candidates.
· Final selection will be carried out based on the marks obtained in the group discussions, interview. It is strictly according to merit ranking.
So make use of the opportunity to start your career in well renowned bank and provide good services to the customers with good quality.
Indian Overseas Bank is one of the well recognized banks among people. They offer quick and good hospitality for the customers. They now offer graduates to be part of them by starting the recruitment of clerks for the year 2012. Initially they started up by the recruitment process of PO, then specialist officer and now for clerks. Candidates have to go through the list of requirements to apply for the job. They are advised to apply only if they match all the requirements. If something is meant wrong requirements then those applications will not be approved by the bank.
There are totally 1500 vacancies for clerk’s position in IOB. Minimum qualification should be 65% in 10th and 12th for general category and 60% for SC, ST, PWD and OBS category. Age limit for the candidates should be 18years old and not exceeding 28 of years. General candidates should hold total mark of 120 and +24 in IBPS exam. Scores are restricted for 105 and +21 for SC/OBC/EXSM/ST/PC categories. Candidates who pass the eligibility criteria will be called for the interview. Selection process will be carried out according to the IBPS scores and marks obtained in the bank interview. Applying for the job is very simple. You can simply go to the official site of bank and look out for recruitment process. Fill up the job application and send the details across to the bank to go further in life.
Wall Street remains above its equilibrium Thursday, with positive surprises on the employment front and the U.S. trade balance.
By late morning, the Dow 0.1% to 13,181.8 nibbles points while the Nasdaq Composite rose 0.3% to 3020.7 points.
‘You turn a little slow today, but the trend remains favorable with the prospect of central bank intervention in the fall, “commented one trader.
‘It has mainly to the absence of negative news’, he adds.
In China, recent indicators have confirmed the scenario of a slowdown in economic activity, but investors prefer to concentrate on reassuring statistics published in the United States.
The U.S. trade deficit is thus greatly reduced in June, charging a monthly deficit of $ 42.9 billion, against 48 billion (revised) in May.
The jump in U.S. exports in particular is a glimmer of hope on the health of the economy.
Quarterly earnings reports U.S. banks were dotted with new announcements of job cuts. Since January, Wall Street has put on the floor some 17,000 people, after having fired more than 60,000 in 2011.
We take the same and start again. During the summer of 2011, U.S. banks were likely to announce massive job cuts. Rebelote this year: the season’s second quarter results is the opportunity for many Wall Street firms, to warn of new cuts in their workforce. Morgan Stanley, which has already laid off some 3,000 people since the beginning of the year, finally decided to again thank additional 1,000 employees by the end of 2012. At Citigroup , 350 employees who will soon discover that they must take the door incessantly.
Likewise, Goldman Sachs warned of further cost reductions, for $ 500 million. A plan that includes the departure of experienced employees in favor of cheaper juniors. Bank of America has been even greater, with a new savings program of $ 3 billion. In total, U.S. banks have announced 17,323 job cuts in the first half of 2012, having already put 63,624 people on the floor last year, says the firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
One hears anecdotes, from time to time, about young adults who simply do not understand the habits associated with holding a job. Punctuality, an understanding that sometimes tedious or undesirable activities are necessary, and an appreciation of the relationship between consumer and vendor are all examples. Giving young adults the opportunity to learn such principles first-hand is almost as critical as giving them experience with the occupational value of money.
A new paper that I’ve penned for the RI Center for Freedom & Prosperity takes a look at teenage unemployment, with a particular eye on the minimum wage. The upshot is a collapse of employment among the young, especially in locations, like Rhode Island, that can least afford to lose the enterprising inclination in a generation of its residents.
In a strong indication that, among journalistic practitioners, the biased media narrative is more a matter of intellectual laziness than cultural duplicity, the latest canned story, by Los Angeles Times reporter Don Lee, is that workplace discrimination is landing men the great majority of “newly created” jobs:
Since the recession ended in June 2009, men have landed 80% of the 2.6 million net jobs created, including 61% in the last year. …
The gender gap has raised concerns about possible discrimination in hiring. If the trend persists, it could set back gains made by women in the workplace, experts said.
“It’s hard to know [whether] some employers place a priority on men going back to work,” said Joan Entmacher, vice president for Family Economic Security at the National Women’s Law Center. Of particular concern, she said: Opportunities for women in higher-paying fields such as manufacturing are shrinking.
But back in February 2009, even the New York Times had to acknowledge the reality of the male-dominated recession, or “mancession”:
The proportion of women who are working has changed very little since the recession started. But a full 82 percent of the job losses have befallen men, who are heavily represented in distressed industries like manufacturing and construction. Women tend to be employed in areas like education and health care, which are less sensitive to economic ups and downs, and in jobs that allow more time for child care and other domestic work.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday July 16, 2012 has lowered the forecast for global growth in 2012 to 3.5% from 3.6% expected in April, and in 2013 – up 3.9% from 4.1 %. This ssoobschaetsya in the updated version of the report of the IMF “World Economic Outlook” (World Economic Outlook). In 2011, according to the IMF, global growth was 3.9%, and in 2010 – 5.3%. IMF experts say the inevitability of further lowering the rate of economic growth in the case of belated and insufficiently effective action to combat fiscal and debt crisis in the euro area. In general, the growth of developed economies, according to the IMF, will be in 2012, 1.4%, and in 2013 will accelerate to 1.9%. Thus, the estimate for 2012 is left unchanged, but in 2013 – decreased by 0.2 percentage points.
Wall Street closed in positive, changing the initial reaction that took the sharp falls with which he welcomed the findings of Ben Bernanke. The Fed chairman went public and said that the outlook for the U.S. labor market are very poor for the coming months. However, the Dow Jones scored a 0.62% to 12,805 points, the S & P 500 a 0.74% to 1,363 points and the Nasdaq by 0.45% to 2,910 points.
Bernanke, said that risks to growth have increased, although the transmitter is ready to encourage a more consistent recovery if problems are exacerbated as the European crisis or disagreement in the U.S. to reduce the deficit. “We are ready to take new measures to promote a stronger economic recovery,” Bernanke said in semiannual audience in the Senate to inform the development of local economy and worldwide.
Presenting the results of some major corporations will also mark the passing of the session. In this sense, the early birds have been Goldman Sachs and Mattel, which has already published their accounts. U.S. bank in the second quarter was a profit attributable to $ 927 million (755 million), representing an 11, 9% less than the 1,052 million dollars (856 million) earned in the same period in 2011. By division, sales of its investment banking unit fell 26% and its investment management business by 6%. In the case of investment and loan losses increased 10.2%, whereas, by contrast, the turnover of the institutional client service increased by 37%.
After a sharp decline in U.S. indices Friday, penalized by the latest monthly report of disappointing employment across the Atlantic, Wall Street appears for the moment a slight decrease in pre-session, in a news macroeconomic calm. As for companies, some mergers / acquisitions will attract the attention of investors today, before publication, this evening, the results of Alcoa , which will open the season and quarterly publications.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor Friday, the U.S. has created in June 2012 about 80,000 non-agricultural jobs, against a consensus neighbor 90000. The unemployment rate meanwhile to 8.2%, against 8.2% consensus and 8.2% in May. Jobs created in the private sector are 84,000 against 100,000 consensus. In addition, jobs created in May were revised to 77,000, against 69,000 before the April and have been adjusted to 68,000, against 77,000.