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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Heavy Vacancies in Delhi and NCR

Delhi and NCR are hubs for job for fresher. If you are above matriculate then you can earn more then Rs. 10,000 per month by job in Delhi and NCR. Commonwealth Game will be start in November 2010 in New Delhi. For this international game there are approx 20 lakhs vacancies .
If you are matriculate or above and want a official job then here is best tips for that how get a best suitable job in Delhi. First come to Delhi. Take a room Delhi or NCR. Take a mobile number of Delhi & NCR . Prepare a resume with your current address of New Delhi or NCR and mobile number of Delhi. Then upload your latest resume in and After upload your resume in two top job site wait for 2-3 days. After 2-3 days the calls for job will start to come to you. It is 100% gangrened that you will get job in minimum 10-12 day. More then 50,000 candidates are recruited daily in Delhi and NCR. Thousands of companies in New Delhi and NCR are searching many candidates but no candidate are present here for interview. They are ready to pay any cost to hire the candidate.
If you get first job in New Delhi or NCR then after 6 month experience you will get another job as your wish. Every serviceman have 2-3 option for job change always in their hand.
So, don't wait. Come to New Delhi for job. The bright career is calling you. Start your career in Metro City. Build your dream truth in New Delhi. New Delhi is very cheap for fooding and lodging. If you earn Rs. 10,000 per month then you can save Rs. 7,000 per month maximum. Means you can live here in Rs. 2,000 to 3,000 minimum.
In a report there will need for 2 crore people for work in New Delhi and NCR in 2012. So book your position from now. Come soon and get secured job position. No any matriculate person is unemployed here in Delhi and NCR.
Age - No Bar
Qualification- 10th pass or above.
Come soon.
Number of Vacancies -Unlimited.

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

Shahzad( " AL ANSAR MILLAT WELFARE SOCIETY",Dubai(UAE)) on Sunday said the veteran leader was a "great Prime Minister India never had"."In Basu we have lost a great son of Bengal, a great Indian and for me a great friend and a great Prime Minister India never had," Shahzad said in his heartfelt condolences.Basu, who died today at 95, was the longest-serving Chief Minister of West Bengal for 23 years from 1977 at the head of CPI(M)-headed Left Front government. He was offered the Prime Minister's chair in 1996 in the then United Front coalition government but his party CPI(M) declined the offer.Shahzad said in Basu's death India has lost a "very warm human being who ruled his state with compassion, giving a firm leadership without ever losing his cool".He said it was in Basu's tenure at the helm in West Bengal that the state progressed the most and "he gave the best law and order".