New Delhi: The hiring activity in India registered 8 per cent rise in the July-September quarter and the bullish trend in recruitment was seen across sectors led by IT, says a report.
According to Wisdomjobs.Com, on monthly basis, the trends report for September showed stable results as compared to August.
As per sector-wise hiring trend analysis, the report said IT was in a better position than other sectors. It observed a rise of 7 per cent and Pharma sector by 6 per cent. The BPO sector witnessed a small rise of 3 per cent.
"The IT and Marketing sectors have experienced a considerable swell. If other sectors also follow suit, the situation of employment in India will transform and generate scores of job opportunities for the job-seekers," the report said.
As far as the trend analysis of Functional areas is concerned, the areas of Marketing, IT and Finance experienced a boost of 5, 2 and 1 per cent. HR, ITes, Sales and Banking presented a downward trend.
City-wise, Kolkata witnessed a maximum surge in hiring activities by 16 per cent in September 2014 as compared to September 2013.
Hyderabad and Pune saw a rise of 8 per cent while Chennai, Bengaluru and Delhi showed 7 per cent, 6 per cent and 2 per cent growth respectively. Mumbai showed no growth at all, the report said.