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Builders & RE Bulls Theory Proved Right !!!

Last updated: June 15 2016
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    Telstra could outsource as many as 1000 jobs to the Philippines and India following a review by two management consulting firms that is due to be completed by the end of next month.

    Telstra tipped to outsource another 1000 jobs

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      Novartis to cut or transfer up to 4,000 pharma jobs to India

      A significant number of jobs are expected to be moved to India, with the company saying that it plans to move existing operations in Hyderabad to a business services centre as part of its consolidation strategy.

      "The new centre is expected to open in late 2015 or early 2016 and will bring together Novartis operations that are currently spread across three sites in Hyderabad as well as provide for future growth," the statement said.


      Novartis to cut or transfer up to 4,000 pharma jobs to India - InterAksyon.com

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        Home prices begin to rise, signal change in real estate market mood

        In Bangalore and Pune, prices have risen for the first time since the last quarter of FY 13, the latest Residex data shows. The biggest rise was in Nagpur (8 per cent over the previous quarter), followed by Guwahati (7.4 per cent) and Pune (7.3 per cent).

        Home prices begin to rise, signal change in real estate market mood | The Indian Express

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          Tech giant Cognizant came up with 27 offers — the maximum by a company — at the placement season of the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras (IIT-M), this year.

          At the end of the first phase of the placement drive that began on December 1 last year, 906 offers were made by 231 companies that visited the campus. A total of 786 students have been placed so far.

          The highest domestic offer this year was of Rs. 48.68 lakh per annum, and 35 students received offers above Rs. 20 lakh per annum.

          786 from IIT-M placed as 1st phase of hiring ends - The Hindu

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            With a bullish outlook on the Indian IT story and its own hiring plans, Mahindra group's technology venture Tech Mahindra says its headcount will cross the 1-lakh level in about a year, from close to 85,000 at present.

            "I don't think there has been any stagnation in hiring activities in the Indian IT space. Seven years ago, we were six-seven thousand people and today we are 85,000," Tech Mahindra Vice Chairman Vineet Nayyar said here.

            Asked when Tech Mahindra would reach the 1-lakh mark, he said: "Its a matter of a year or so. I don't see it as a very big deal."

            "I am sure that IT will create huge employment going forward too and then you should understand that for each job in IT, you create at least three additional jobs and most people say it is an under-statement. So, net-net on employment side, I am fairly bullish," he added.



            Tech Mahindra bullish on hiring; headcount to cross 1-lakh soon - Economic Times

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              Two global giants, GE and Alstom, are increasingly using their Indian facilities to produce goods for their global markets. The advantage is two-fold: a cheaper rupee has made Indian goods more attractive across the world; and exporting from India helps these companies offset a dull domestic market in New Delhi.


              This is expected to add thousands of new jobs at a time when the Indian economy is in the grip of a crippling slowdown. GE, which pioneered the services outsourcing model that made India a darling of investors till a few years ago, is hoping to repeat this in manufacturing.


              GE, Alstom turn India into production hub - Hindustan Times

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                RBS to slash 20,000 jobs

                The cuts are likely to help fund increased investment on vital IT systems after a series of embarrassing glitches caused millions of the bank’s customers to lose access to their money.

                Mr McEwan is understood to believe that only increased automation will allow the bank to compete with rivals such as Barclays and Santander UK, which have spent billions of pounds building state-of-the-art computer platforms to offer customers better online and banking services.

                RBS to slash 20,000 jobs - Telegraph

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                  French computer services consultancy Capgemini said net profit rose by a quarter last year, and highlighted a shortage of computer engineers in the expanding sector.

                  The company said that at the end of 2013 it employed 131,000 people around the world, up from 125,000 in 2012, and had recruited 32,000 people last year of whom 45.0 percent were young people.


                  Capgemini reports profits surge, focus on demand for engineers - The Economic Times

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                    Originally posted by paaaap View Post
                    RBS to slash 20,000 jobs

                    The cuts are likely to help fund increased investment on vital IT systems after a series of embarrassing glitches caused millions of the bank’s customers to lose access to their money.

                    Mr McEwan is understood to believe that only increased automation will allow the bank to compete with rivals such as Barclays and Santander UK, which have spent billions of pounds building state-of-the-art computer platforms to offer customers better online and banking services.

                    RBS to slash 20,000 jobs - Telegraph

                    Paaap,

                    IIT's are not going to have problem about job offers. Its institutes like Raghavendra Institute of Technology (a fictitious Engg college with hardly any labs or good academic staff in the middle of nowhere which charges students 4 lakhs per year and gives them a worthless piece of paper after 4 years) which are having problems already. I'd like you to publish the surge in job offers by top IT companies wo these institutes!

                    The silent killer here is automation. This could take 5-10 years but its rapidly advancing in every sphere. Check out the fact that while you are highlighting 100 here and 1000 there kind of hiring, automation is decimating 20-30000 people (out of 120000 that a huge 25%) at one go.

                    Yes, the job scene is terrible and is going to get worse, despite the feel good postings of 20 offers here and 50 offers there.

                    I would definitely believe in your hiring spree reporting if you could not only report the hiring numbers but also the firing and net hiring numbers. The hiring numbers are always reported by company PR but the firing numbers are never mentioned by companies. If hiring is so strong , why are they so afraid to post that news as well?!

                    Not that I want it to be negative in any way, but one has to see ground realities unemotionally.

                    cheers

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                    • Re : Builders & RE Bulls Theory Proved Right !!!

                      Wisemen,

                      Trust us on this...hiring in IT has not been so bullish for almost 3-4 years now....things are really looking better...double digit hike is back too

                      also...if Modi comes...manufacturing will revive too...economy is really bottoming out

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