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Employment News Paper February 2018 – Job HIGHLIGHTS
Find Employment News of this week February 2018: Latest Recruitment Notification regarding central and state Employment News of this week and its Jobs news across various sectors like Railway, Navy, army, Air Force, Banking, Teaching, Defense, Government Employment news, SSC, UPSC, Agriculture and many more.
|Job Title||Last Date|
|Railway Recruitment Boards, Ministry of Railways offers 62,907 Jobs||12.03.2018|
|IDBI Bank requires 760 Executives||28.02.2018|
|CISF requires 447 Constable/ Driver and Constable/Drivercum- Pump Operator.||19.03.2018|
|Indian Oil requires 350 Apprentices||19.02.2018|
|Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force requires 134 Constable (Driver)||15.03.2018|
|Railway Recruitment Boards Offers 27,019 jobs||26.02.2018|
|State Bank of India requires 8,301 Junior Associates||10.02.2018|
|Indian Space Research Organisation requires 106 Scientist /Engineer ‘SC’||20.02.2018|
|Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Northern Region requires 56 Junior Operator (Aviation)||20.02.2018|
|Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Eastern Region requires 58 Junior Operator (Aviation)||10.02.2018|
|Bank of Maharashtra requires 44 Specialist Officers in Scale I, II and IV.||22.02.2018|
Employment News Week 10 – 16 February 2018: Latest Job Vacancies in India
Employment Generation: Reiterating that creating job opportunities is at the core of Government policies, Finance Minister cited an independent study as showing that 70 lakh formal jobs will be created this year. To carry forward the momentum created by the measures taken during the last 3 years to boost employment generation, Shri Jaitley announced that the Government will contribute 12% of the wages of the new employees in the EPF for all the sectors for next three years. He proposed to make amendments in the Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 to reduce women employees’ contribution to 8% for first three years of their employment against existing rate of 12% or 10% with no change in employers’ contribution. The Budget proposed an outlay of Rs.7148 crore for the textile sector in 2018-19 as against Rs.6,000 Crore in 2016.