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TechGig Code Diva 2015: Meet India’s top woman coder

Hina Bhatia of Sopra Steria won the first-ever Code Diva title at TechGig Code Gladiators 2015 contest June 30, 2015: Coding comes naturally to Hina Bhatia, the winner of the first-ever Code Diva title at the TechGig Code Gladiators contest. Bhatia, a mathematics graduate from Delhi University and a computer science major from Chennai Mathematical Institute, was among the top 100 Finalists who fought hard to win the coveted titles of India’s best coders at the Code Gladiators grand finale held in New Delhi recently.  Bhatia, a Development Team Leader at Sopra Steria India, was among the top 10 women coders who had made it to the finale. Ritu Mehta, Director-Engineering, Pitney Bowes presented Hina Bhatia the TechGig Code Diva...
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Java most popular language among top coders: TechGig Code Gladiators

With 100 Finalists battling over 80,000 coders from 9,000 IT companies, TechGig Code Gladiators 2015 has not only become India’s largest coding contest but also the most diversified. Displaying their coding prowess, the contestants were the “gladiators” of this tournament and had a big choice of “weapons” to chose from and do “battle” with. The 10 weapons of choice were the programming languages of Java, C, C++, C#, PHP, Java Script, Python, Perl, Ruby and VB.net. Initial online rounds culminated in the top 100 coders battling it out face-to-face in the grand finale to win coveted titles and prize money of Rs 6 lakhs. And at the finale, when India got its five best coders, Java emerged as the most...
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Companies say employer-branding works but employees differ: TimesJobs survey

While 74% of the surveyed employers think their branding strategy has been successful, 67% employees feel otherwise June 22, 2015: "I have 5 pre-placement offers, offering seven figure salaries – Why should I join you?" a final year student at a top tech institute quipped at a job interview. Companies are in a competitive battle not just for sales but also for recruiting high-end talent well. Employer branding has today become more vital than ever to attract talent. But are the strategies companies employ giving them results? Do employees find their strategies effective and convincing? Or is there a perception gap? TimesJobs conducted a TJinsite Survey on Employer-Branding Perceptions, which threw up good news as well as bad news in...
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TechGig Code Gladiators goes Global!

Victor Hoh from Malaysia becomes the 1st international participant to place among the top 5 coders in the Code Gladiators Championships Code Gladiator Victor Hoh, AWPL Malaysia receiving his award from Jaikrishnan K., VP – SMB, Cybage India Code Gladiators goes international, Malaysian among top coders June 16, 2015: While boarding the plane to Delhi from Hong Kong, Malaysia’s Victor Hoh never thought he was soon going to be a star among techies. A first-timer at any code contest and bereft of sleep, Victor, a senior consultant at Automated Workflow Private Ltd (AWPL), participated in Code Gladiators 2015 for his sheer passion for coding, and secured the second runners-up position. “I never thought I will come this far and actually...
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2015 Monsoon Predictions: a Deluge of Jobs for Freshers says TimesJobs

- It rains jobs for entry-level candidates during monsoons, shows TimesJobs.com data – Talent demand in e-commerce also set to peak this July, Aug and Sept June 15, 2015: Demand for entry-level talent has seen an incremental spike during the monsoon months of July, August and September, shows TimesJobs.com RecruiteX year-on-year data since 2011. Experts predict this trend is likely to continue in this year’s monsoon season as well. Since 2011, the demand for candidates with zero to two years of experience registered a significant rise of 6 per cent on average between July and September. In the last two years 2013-14, demand during this monsoon period rose further – to an average of 7 per cent. Actually, demand for...
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TechGig Code Gladiators 2015 reveals new stars in the IT Industry

80,000 coders from 9,000 companies competed over 2 months culminating in the crowning of the Top Coders in the IT Industry. June 3, 2015: Probably the biggest coding contest, not just in India, but globally as well, The TechGig Code Gladiator Challenge displayed the tremendous coding talent that is present in India. Over 80,000 coders from across 9,000 top IT companies coded in Java, C, C++, C#, VB.net, Java Script, Python, Perl, Ruby and PHP in online rounds that culminated in the top 100 coders meeting in person to battle it out face to face in the National Capital recently. The grueling competition saw the rise of the Top 5 Coders, the Top 5 IT Companies and Top Coding Diva...
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One Year of PM Modi’s Government: Talent demand gains 2 per cent: TimesJobs data

This spurt in hiring activity is led by ‘Digital India’ that scores over ‘Make in India’ June 2, 2015: It has been one year since the NDA government came to power, promising development and economic revival. But what has been the Narendra Modi government’s report card on job creation? To find out, TimesJobs compared talent demand across sectors during the first year of the NDA government (May 2014-2015) to the last year of the UPA government (May 2013-2014).  The data shows a 2 per cent increase in hiring activity.  While overall demand for talent had stabilized at zero percent between May 2013 and May 2014, talent demand grew to 2 per cent between May 2014 and May 2015, shows RecruiteX,...
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First 2 hours of office most productive, say employees: JobBuzz survey

Two hours after lunch emerge as the least productive period -Monday voted as most productive day and Thursday least productive May 25, 2015: The first two hours of office are the most productive period for majority of India Inc. employees, shows a new JobBuzz.in survey.  The least productive period? The two-hour period after lunch. Over 65 per cent of all respondents told JobBuzz.in that they were most productive during the first two hours after reaching office. When asked, 63 per cent of the respondents said they worked 8-10 hours a day while the rest reportedly worked 6-8 hours a day. Nearly 70 per cent of those in the first category and 64 per cent in the second said the first...
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Acceptance of female bosses grows in two key sectors, the rest prefer male bosses: TimesJobs survey

Two key sectors are breaking gender stereotypes in India with a growing preference for female bosses, even as a larger chunk of employees are still inclined towards male bosses, finds a survey by TimesJobs.com. May 19, 2015: The preference for a female boss is high in the media & entertainment industry, with nearly 67 per cent respondents preferring to work under a woman leader. Respondents from consumer durables/FMCG companies also showed equal preference for male and female bosses, reveals the survey. Female bosses are also believed to be more considerate. About 69 per cent respondents feel that female bosses are more ‘considerate and understanding’, 19 per cent believe they are ‘fun and flexible’ and 12 per cent rate them as...
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