Baba Ramdev hires more than 50,000 people for Patanjali

Patanjali Ayurved Limited, the world’s fastest growing company FMGC, intends to hire more than 50,000 young people across the country. The company, founded in 2006, began with the sale of Ayurvedic products. However, over the past few years, the company has penetrated into various segments of the market, including telecommunications, food and beverage, technology, personal care, and so on.

Currently, the firm employs 40 to 50 sellers in each district of the country to support the logistics of their expansion. The candidate will have the opportunity to work in various divisions of the firm, including food, personal care, home care, etc. Given that there are 716 districts in India, about 36,000 people can expect to be hired as sellers in the company. In addition, they will hire 50 to 100 young people in each district to act as representatives of the delivery service home.

Preparatory camps will be organized from June 23 to June 27. To have the right to work, candidates must have a minimum of the 12th passport certificate. Preference will be given to people with experience in the FMCG sector. The reward will be from 8,000 rupees to 15,000 rupees.

The firm based in Haridwar is also advancing to the clothing business with Patanjali Parikhan. Baba Ramdev in the recent past said that Patanjali already in 2020 will become one of the largest FMCG brands in the world. At the beginning of the month, Patanjali launched a SIM card in cooperation with the state-owned bank Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), the cheapest plan is 144 rubles and provides unlimited voice connection throughout India, 2 GB of data, 100 SMS per day and is valid for 30 days .

Likewise, he also launched the Kimbho application, a version of the popular WhatsApp application for messaging. However, the application was removed from the app store during the day with a link to technical questions.

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