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Warning To Job Seekers! Beware of Fake Recruiting Agents in Qatar

The number of Indians in Qatar stands at 650,000 as of 2017, which is 25 per cent of the country's total population, according to data.

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"Always ask for a copy of the agent's Qatar ID and save it carefully, so that the Embassy can help you better, in the event of any fraud," the Khaleej Times quoted the tweet as saying. Pixabay

The Indian Embassy in Doha has issued a notification warning job seekers to be wary of fake recruiting agents in Qatar, the media reported on Monday.

The embassy said in a Twitter post on Sunday: “Please do not trust any recruiting agent who promises you a job in Qatar on a business/visit visa.

“Always ask for a copy of the agent’s Qatar ID and save it carefully, so that the Embassy can help you better, in the event of any fraud,” the Khaleej Times quoted the tweet as saying.

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The embassy said in a Twitter post on Sunday: “Please do not trust any recruiting agent who promises you a job in Qatar on a business/visit visa. Pixabay

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The number of Indians in Qatar stands at 650,000 as of 2017, which is 25 per cent of the country’s total population, according to data. (IANS)

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Tech Giant Xiaomi Generates Employment For Over 50,000 Individuals in India

Xiaomi's manufacturing partners contribute over 30,000 employees of which more than 95 per cent are women

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The third biggest contribution comes from offline stores support followed by logistics partner support who dedicatedly work for Xiaomi. Wikimedia Commons

Xiaomi on Wednesday announced that it has generated employment for over 50,000 individuals in India.

This has been built over the last five years since 2014 – and comprising of partners from manufacturing, after sales, offline sales, logistics and corporate employees.

“In 2014, when we began our journey – it was a one person team where Manu did everything. As we scaled up – we hired and trained talent, and worked closely with our partners to build a strong ecosystem of people to work for Xiaomi. Today, we are so proud of the fact that over 50,000 people’s lives have been touched because they work with Xiaomi directly or indirectly,” Muralikrishnan B, Chief Operations Officer, Xiaomi India said in a statement.

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Xiaomi on Wednesday announced that it has generated employment for over 50,000 individuals in India. Wikimedia Commons

Xiaomi’s manufacturing partners contribute over 30,000 employees of which more than 95 per cent are women, followed by authorised service center engineers, repair factory engineers and customer care executives.

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The third biggest contribution comes from offline stores support followed by logistics partner support who dedicatedly work for Xiaomi. Xiaomi India employs 1000+ people across its corporate HQ in Bengaluru and over five regional offices. (IANS)