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New Enhanced menu system

Hello All,

We are proud to announce the new menu system. New menu enhances the usability of website. In other words, you will be able to find jobs more easily and quickly.

We have introduced 3 new tabs:
1) Railway Jobs: Search Jobs in railways throughout India. Railway jobs are again divided into zones
2) Bank Jobs: Browse the latest jobs in Banking sector. You can also browse jobs from banks also.
3) Jobs by Profession: If you are looking for all jobs related to a profession, you are browse them here.

Improvements:

Follow your favorite companies now

At MySarkariNaukri.com, we understand how much it is required to keep a watch on companies your are interested in for working.

To further simplify things, we have introduced a feature where you can follow companies. This means, you will get email notifications whenever a new job is available at those companies.

Steady Facebook fan growth

Hello Everyone,

MySarkariNaukri.com team would like to thank every member who have supported us by becoming fan of our facebook fan page.

We have been making efforts to bring each and every jobs posted in any government organisation to you. Just for your information, we scan websites, news papers, magazines, and other resources to get the latest and most updated job information to you.

Please leave your comments.

Thank you
Vinay
MySarkariNaukri.com Team

Crossed 4000+ RSS feed readers

Hello All,

We are happy to announce that we have crossed 4000 mark in total RSS Feed subscribers through email.

Thank you everyone for taking here us.

Regards
MySarkariNaukri Team

Better search results listing

We are proud to announce a better job search listing.

The new layout presents the existing information is a new and exciting format.

Updates includes:
-> company logo is now seen with every job.
-> Company name and location name has distinguished color for better readability.
-> compact layout to find information you are looking for easily and quickly.

We have lots of other back-end enhancement for you to find information you are seeking a lot easier.

WE love to hear from you. Please post your comments and let us know your thoughts.

Thank you

Enhanced forum on MySarkariNaukri.com

Recently we have been busy enhancing MySarkariNaukri.com for better user experience. There has been more than 56 small updates to this website - major one being the activation of forum and its look & feel.

With forum, you can
-> Discuss about jobs posted
-> Discuss about government companies, ministries and other such entities
-> Discuss about study materials, exam preparation tips, or any such help

Along with this, we have upgraded the look & feel of the Discussion forum section, so that you can browse the forums in a much better way.

Please check the new forum section at

FREE SMS Alerts (4 times daily)

Hello,

SMS Job alerts has been active now.

Interested people can register themselves at
SMS Notifications of Sarkari Naukri

Please send you suggestions / comments at info@mysarkarinaukri.com

Thank you

Hurt labour-intensive sectors pull down sentiment as well

The economic slowdown has permeated to the lower levels in the form of job losses. Job cuts are the talk of the town…err the world over is reeling with layoffs and pink slips, as a consequence of tightening finances. It’s the labour intensive sectors where job cuts cause the biggest noise, because such decisions impact a greater number of people. Slowdown in labour intensive sectors has adversely affected the welfare of a lot of people. Some of the sectors badly hit by the slowdown are:

Govt to minimise job losses: Kamal Nath

Export body Fieo estimates 10 million job losses in export sector by March-end, lest Government bails out exporters soon. However, Industry Minister Kamal Nath, offers assurance during the CII Partnership Summit on Tuesday. Kamal Nath has said that the government is prepared to take steps to minimise job-losses taking place in export-oriented sectors.

“Job losses are a matter of concern. We are meeting exporters tomorrow and will analyse the causes and then see what needs to be done,” Mr Nath said.

Read More at The Economic Times

Job losses hitting men harder than women

Men have been more hardly hit by job cuts than women. Not that employers have been a little more generous to the women folk. Only that male-dominated sectors like construction and transportation have been more hit by the slowdown, and thus more job cuts among men.

“It’s men that have taken the hit”, said Andrew Sum, director of the Center for Labor Market Studies at Northeastern University in Boston. “It’s been an overwhelmingly male phenomena.”

Of the 2.74 million people who have lost jobs between November 2007 and November 2008, a majority four-fifths were men.