Baba Ramdev Will Hire 50,000 Salesmen; UP Govt Approves Patanjali’s Rs 6000 Cr Food Park!
This is one of the largest recruitment drives by a private company!
In one of the largest mass recruitment drive launched by a private, soon to be non-profit organization, Patanjali has announced that they will hire 50,000 salesmen across the nation.
Meanwhile, after threats from Patanjali, UP Govt. has finally provided their approval for Rs 6000 crore food park. Now, this food park would be established in Greater Noida.
Patanjali To Hire 50,000 Salesmen!
The scale of this recruitment drive by Patanjali is massive: 50,000 salesmen would be hired across India by them, to promote and push Patanjali products.
Full page advertisements have been published in all leading newspapers, regarding this mega recruitment drive.
Although the minimum qualification required in 12th pass, Patanjali is also hiring BA, MA and MBA for the posts.
Special training and recruitment camps would be held between June 23rd and June 27th, and the last date to register is June 22nd. Patanjali is promising salaries ranging from Rs 8,000 to Rs 15,000, depending on the place and post.
It seems Patanjali wants to recruit salesmen and delivery boys from every district of India, and 40 to 50 of such salesmen would be hired from every district.
Interestingly, Patanjali has not shared any email id or website to apply: The applicants are requested to contact the Authorized Coordinators via mobile numbers.
Such contact details are given in every newspaper ad, like this.
UP Govt. Says Yes To Patanjali’s Food Park
In a related news, Govt. of UP has finally approved Patanjali’s request to set up a major food park in Greater Noida, which will be set up with an investment of Rs 6000 crore.
The approval was formally provided to Patanjali Ayurved Pvt Ltd.
After this approval, Patanjali Ayurved Pvt Ltd would be able to transfer 91 acres of land to Patanjali Food and Herbal Park Noida Pvt Ltd, which is their subsidiary.
Earlier this month, Acharya Balkrishna who is the co-founder of Patanjali, had threatened to shift their mega food park outside the state, after the delay in approval.
The controversy erupted due to rules of the lease.
Under The infrastructure and industrial development policy of 2012, around 455 acres of land was allocated to Patanjali for creation of food park. Now, under this rule Patanjali was not supposed to sub-lease the land to any other entity.
The paper works have been cleared, and the work will soon start for creating India’s one of the largest food parks.
We will keep you updated.