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Commerce graduates and postgraduates or those who have completed a BBA or MBA in finance or a BBM or equivalent commerce degree can head towards Capgemini. The tech company is on the lookout for candidates for roles involving maintenance of a master list of monthly journal entries, recording of supporting information for journal entries, entering journal entries into accounting software, creating recurring journal entry templates, assisting auditors with the examination of journal entries, and helping prepare financial statements and so on. Knowledge of Excel and good communication skills are the requirements.

Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India has published a notification for 38 posts of deputy field officer (GD) [Group ‘B’], non-gazetted with a salary of Rs 44,900 per month. Those aged 21 to 30 may apply. Eligible and interested candidates are to apply offline on or before 4 March 2022.

Graduates with the specified language as a subject or those holding a bachelor’s degree in any discipline with a two-year diploma in the specified language or Native Level Proficiency* in specified language are eligible.

The posts are available for Balochi, Bhasa, Burmese, Dari, Dzonkha, Dhivehi, Kachin and Sinhala.

The applications have to be mailed via ordinary post to Post Bag No. 001, Lodhi Road Head Post Office, New Delhi-110003.

In the IT and tech space, Cognizant plans to hire 50,000 freshers from India in the calendar year 2022, which is the highest ever for the firm. The Company added 33,000 freshers in CY21.

Meanwhile, Tech Mahindra is looking to hire 15,000 freshers from campuses in 2022-23, as compared to 10,000 that it hired in the last financial year. This proves that there has been a significant surge in demand for digital technology services and attrition is increasing too.

The Company added 3,874 people in the December quarter, posting a total workforce strength of 1,45,067. Attrition jumped from 21 per cent in the last quarter, to 24 per cent. It is looking to increase fresher hiring by about 12 to 13,000 in the next 12 months.

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