The applicant will get the chance to work in different divisions of the firm including food, personal care, home care, etc.
Patanjali Ayurved Limited, India’s fast growing FMGC organization, is good to go to procure in excess of 50,000 youth the nation over. The organization, established in 2006, began by offering ayurvedic products. Be that as it may, since the previous couple of years, the organization has penetrated diverse fragments of the market which incorporate telecom, food and beverages, technology, personal care, etc.
The firm is at present procuring 40 to 50 sales people in each area of the nation to help the coordinations of their development. The canditate will get the chance to work in different divisions of the firm including food, personal care, home care, etc.
Considering that India has 716 districts, close to 36,000 individuals can hope to get employed as sales representatives in the organization. Furthermore, they will likewise hire 50 to 100 youth in each region to go about as home delivery representatives.
For recruitment of employees there are selection camps would be organized in July and August 2018. In order to be eligible for the job, candidates must have a minimum 12th pass certificate. Preference would be given to people with experience in the FMCG sector. Remuneration would be in the range of Rs 8,000 to Rs 15,000.
The Haridwar based firm is additionally pushing towards the textile and apparels business with Patanjali Paridhan. Baba Ramdev has demonstrated in the ongoing past that Patanjali is en route to become one of the world’s biggest FMCG brand by 2020. Few months back Patanjali had launched a SIM card in collaboration with the state run telecom player Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL). The cheapest plan comes in at Rs 144 and provides unlimited voice calling throughout India, 2 GB data, 100 SMS per day, and is valid for 30 days.
Likewise, it also launched Kimbho app, a desi version of the popular messaging app WhatsApp. The app was, however, removed from the app store within a day citing technical issues.