State Bank of India (SBI) is looking for specialist cadre officers across India. The last date for applying online is February 25. The written test will take place on March 20 followed by a personal interview for those who clear the test.
The jobs promise a basic salary of Rs 36,000 per month, with perks and benefits.
Candidates applying for the post of assistant manager (network security specialist) —must have three years of hands-on experience in managing the network of any reputed organisation with at least 1.5 years of experience as either level-2 resource in network services or as technical assistance centre (TAC) resource with an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) in the field of network security devices such as firewall, IPS and so on. Those with experience in managing network security for any organisation in the BFSI space with at least 60 per cent marks in graduation from a recognised university/institute, may apply.
Those applying for the post of assistant manager (routing & switching) should have three years’ of hands-on experience network management with minimum 1.5 years as level-2 resource in the network services space or as TAC resource at an OEM in the network security devices space. The candidate should have scored a minimum of 60 per cent marks in graduation from a recognised university/institute.
The Labour Ministry will be hiring 5,000 doctors for Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) hospitals across India. These doctors will be appointed within a year, and the process is already underway.
The ESIC hospitals cater to the needs of the industrial workers who form part of its subscriber base, which is at least 3.5 crore strong.
The Ministry is also set to establish a new super speciality hospital at Manesar, at a cost of Rs 600 crore.
In the health tech space, Legato Health Technologies is gearing to expand its India team by 3,000. This less than five-year old subsidiary of Anthem Inc., is looking to hire more data scientists, artificial intelligence engineers and software developers for its centres in Bengaluru and Hyderabad, as well as the upcoming centre at Gurgaon.
The Company has hired about 12,000 people in the last 18 months.
The company is bullish on hiring due to the increase in demand for healthcare solutions, accelerated by the pandemic.
Meanwhile, the Delhi government has relaxed the rules for hiring women drivers for Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) and cluster buses in Delhi. Earlier, the women had to be at least 159 cm tall to qualify, but now even if they are 153 cm in height, they can be considered. Additionally, the experience period after issuing the Heavy Motor Vehicle (HMV) license has been reduced to one month from three years. With this relaxation, about 15-20 women will joining the force of DTC drivers every year.
Funds have been allocated in the form of subsidies for training women drivers at Delhi government’s Burari Driving Training Institute in the upcoming budget 2022-23. Therefore, now more women can hope to get jobs as drivers with DTC, which has a fleet of about 6,900 buses, including the buses run by the Delhi Integrated Multi-modal Transit System (DIMTS).
A month’s training will be provided to the women drivers on its non-occupied buses.