Flipkart unfreezes hiring, 700 new jobs up for grabs

Flipkart unfreezes hiring, 700 new jobs up for grabs

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BENGALURU: After a two-year lull in hiring, ecommerce giant Flipkart is increasing headcount in areas of data science and analytics, among other specialisations, according to HR consultants. The company has over 700 open positions and the majority of these are across functions in the technology department —data scientists, UI & UX designers, product solution engineers, tech program managers, software developers, IT infrastructure & service delivery and IT applications. At the recently concluded campus recruitment round, Flipkart has also made offers to at least 20 students from the Indian School of Business (ISB), said an HR consultant familiar with the matter. ET had reported in November that Flipkart is back on campuses after skipping placement seasons at the Indian Insti
Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2018

Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2018

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Supreme Court of India (SCI) New Delhi Online Applications for recruitment of Chamber Attendant and Junior Court Attendant (JCA). The SCI Online Registration for Chamber Attendant (R) and Junior Court Attendant closing on 15th April 2018. Minimum 10th Standard / Matriculation passed Indian National candidates will be eligible for this SCI recruitment 2018-19. Name of the Post No of Vacancies Junior Court Attendant (JCA) 65 Chamber Attendant (R) 13 Age and Salary: Age Limit Pay Scale 18 to 27 Years as on 1st March 2018. The upper age relaxation as per Govt. Rules Level 3 of Pay Matrix with initial Basic Pay of ₹ 21700/- plus usual allowances as admissible under the rules. Educational Qualification:
Facebook Committed To Checking Interference In Indian Elections

Facebook Committed To Checking Interference In Indian Elections

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Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Wednesday that his company made mistakes in how it handled data belonging to 50 million of its users and promised tougher steps to restrict developers' access to such information. The world's largest social media network is facing growing government scrutiny in Europe and the United States about a whistleblower's allegations that London-based political consultancy Cambridge Analytica improperly accessed user information to build profiles on American voters which were later used to help elect U.S. President Donald Trump in 2016. Zuckerberg, in his first public comments since the scandal erupted at the weekend, said in a post on Facebook that the company "made mistakes, there's more to do, and we need to step up and do it." He did