Recruitment Analysis Council (RAC)

RAC will be purely focus on Human Resource & Development Studies in India. The RAC will act as consortium for the Government/Private Organizations and Educational Institutions to interact with the Society and enhances the Recruitment Policies according to the time and situation.

About RAC

The Recruitment Analysis Council (RAC) is a focal body established under Section 8 of Companies Act 2014 to curb unemployment in India. RAC will be purely focus on Human Resource & Development Studies in India. The RAC will act as consortium for the Government/Private Organizations and Educational Institutions to interact with the Society and enhances the Recruitment Policies according to the time and situation.

 

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MESSAGESAccolades Messages

  • HIS EXCELLENCY, SHRI MOHAMMAD HAMID ANSARI Former Vice President, Government of India.

    Former Vice-President of India conveys his best wishes for the success of the National Recruitment Plan.

  • HIS EXCELLENCY SHRI KESHARI NATH TRIPATHI Governor of West Bengal, Kolkata.

    The objectives of Recruitment Analysis Council to explore the possibilities of recruitment opportunities through human resource and development studies are commendable.I wish the National Recruitment Plan all success.

  • HIS EXCELLENCY PROF. KAPTAN SINGH SOLANKIGovernor of Haryana, Governor of Punjab and Administrator, Union Territory, Chandigarh.

    It gives me immense pleasure to know that the Recruitment Analysis Council is going to organize a National Recruitment Plan – 2016 (NRP' 16) in association with State and Central Governments at SRM University, Chennai between 31st July and 1st August, 2015.

    There is no proper channel of communication between recruiting companies and colleges in terms of the kind of student profile that the companies want. Students must get technical education. They will get jobs if their skills are improved. Companies today do not want to spend money and time for training fresh recruits. Educational institutes should impart required skill education to students to enable them to get employment. The initiative of Recruitment Analysis Council will certainly help in generating more avenues of employment for students.
    I extend my best wishes to the organizers and the participants on this occasion.

  • HIS EXCELLENCY SHRI. JUSTICE P. SATHASIVAMHonourable Governor of Kerala,Thiruvananthapuram

    I convey good wishes for success of the National Recruitment Plan'16.

  • HIS EXCELLENCY DR. S. C. JAMIRGovernor of Odisha, Bhubaneswar.

    I send my best wishes to the participants and hope, the National Recruitment Plan'16 would come with a concrete plan that would benefit all stakeholders.I wish the endeavour all success.

  • HIS EXCELLENCY SHRI. BALRAMJI DAS TANDON Governor of Chhattisgarh, Raipur

    I am sending my good wishes for successful conduct of the National Recruitment Plan’ 16.

  • SHRI THAAWARCHAND GEHLOT Honourable Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment Government of India.

    I am happy to know that Recruitment Analysis Council is planning to organize a National Recruitment Plan – 2016 (NRP’ 16) in association with State and Central Governments at SRM University, Chennai between 31st July and 1st August, 2015.

    The mission of the NRP is to connect the needies with the Industries & International Recruitment Advisory Bodies to have better understanding of best recruitment opportunities in order to produce the quality and employable youth in India.

    I convey my heartiest good wishes to the organizers and participants for all success of the function.

  • SHRI. NARENDRA SINGH TOMARHon'ble Minister of Rural Development, Government of India.

    I wish all success to the National Recruitment Plan’2016-2021 in its accomplishments.

  • SHRI. OOMMEN CHANDYFormer Chief Minister of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram

    It is indeed a laudable initiative on the part of Recruitment Analysis Council for coming up with National Recruitment Plan’ 16. For a country of the size of India, home to the second largest population in the world, human resource development is of utmost significance to the overall growth and development of the country.

    I hope that NRP ‘ 16 organized by Recruitment Analysis Council would lead to more productive initiatives that could greatly improve policies dealing with human resource development in the country. I also hope that the outcome of the event would certainly add value to programmes that are aimed at enhancing the quality and employability of our youth.

  • Shri. Harish RawatFormer Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Dehradun.

    I am sure that the National Recruitment Plan’ 2016-2021 will connect the needies with the Industries and International Advisory Bodies to have better understanding of best recruitment opportunities in order to produce the quality and employable youth in India.

  • SHRI. RAO INDERJIT SINGHHon'ble Minister of State (IC) of Niti Aayog, Chemicals and Fertilizers, Government of India.

    Employment generation is India's biggest challenge today. India has a unique proposition in terms of the youth population which constitutes the largest proportion of the labour force. Government of India conceives quality employment as an important tool to promote faster, more inclusive and sustainable growth. The policy response comprises of a multi-pronged approach which emerges from the challenges in the area of labour and employment and the overall growth strategy set in the policy plan.

    The integrated policy intervention to translate rural economic growth into employment and decent work opportunities requires focus on creating effective local job strategies to off load the excess burden from agriculture, developing allied industries especially SMEs according to local market conditions & linking them effectively to external demand & supply chains. On the other hand, skill development initiatives need to be taken to, enhance productivity & employability including entrepreneurship of workforce. The approach aims towards expansion of off-farm employment opportunities which are in turn an important driver of poverty reduction. Creating conditions for labour intensive micro manufacturing is therefore critical for meeting job challenges especially in rural and semi- urban areas.

    I wish all success to Recruitment Analysis Council's deliberations.

  • SHRI BANDARU DATTATREYAFormer Minister of State for Labour & Employment (Independent Charge) Government of India.

    I am pleased to know that the High Level Committee of Recruitment Analysis Council is planning to organize a National Recruitment Plan – 2016 (NRP’ 16) in association with State and Central Governments at SRM university, Chennai between 31st July and 1st August, 2015. I would like to appreciate the High Level Committee for organizing this function, which will bring tremendous value to this National Initiative towards curbing unemployment in India.

    I extend my best wishes for the success of the National Recruitment Plan – 2016.

  • SHRI KRISHAN PAL GURJARHonourable Minister of State for Social Justice & Empowerment, Government of India

    I appreciate the endeavour made by Recruitment Analysis Council and wish all success for NRP’ 16.

  • SHRI. KIRAN RIJIJUHonourable Minister of State for Home Affairs, Government of India.

    I am glad to know that Recruitment analysis Council, which was established to curb unemployment, is organizing a National Recruitment Plan-2016 at SRM University, Chennai between 31st July and 1st August, 2015.

    As the idea behind the NRP is to provide best recruitment opportunities, I hope that this event will turn out to be an ideal platform for both job seekers and for Corporate and all other stakeholders will also grab this opportunity with both hands. The skilled work force has always been the need of our industries and the Nation. Our Government is paying special attention towards this end and I am glad that in the NRP-2016, this issue will be prominently discussed. As representatives from Corporate, PSUs and Government will be participating in this event, I hope innovative ideas to produce and strengthen the skilled force in our country will come forth and outcome of the deliberations will also help in better shaping our recruitment policies.

    I convey my best wishes to the organizers on this occasion.

  • HONOURABLE JUSTICE DR. T.N. VALLINAYAGAM Judge, Lok Adalat & Former Judge, High Court of Madras & Karnataka. President, Recruitment Analysis Council.

    While young people with degrees remain far more likely to find a job than those without, soaring youth unemployment should serve as a wake-up call to universities and industry. The two sectors must work closer together to provide young people with the opportunities that will find them employment. The Recruitment Analysis Council will be purely focusing on Human Resource & Development Studies to curb Unemployment in India. Recruitment Analysis Council is planning to organize a National Recruitment Plan–2016 (NRP’ 16) in association with State and Central Governments, at SRM University, Chennai between 31st July and 01st August, 2015. The mission of the NRP’ 16 is to connect the needies with the Industries & International Recruitment Advisory Bodies to have better understanding of best recruitment opportunities in order to produce the quality and employable youth in India.

    I wish all success for the Recruitment Analysis Council in its accomplishments.

  • SHRI SHAKTIKANTA DAS, IASDirector at Central Board of Directors, Reserve Bank of India.

    I wish the National Recruitment Plan of the Recruitment Analysis Council all success.

  • SHRI. VINAY SHEEL OBEROI, IASSecretary, Ministry of Women & Child Development, Government of India

    I send my good wishes to the Recruitment Analysis Council for the success in its every endeavor.

  • SHRI C. S. RAJAN, IASFormer Chief Secretary, Government of Rajasthan, Jaipur

    It is heartening to know that the Recruitment Analysis Council is organizing the National Recruitment Plan – 2016 in association with State and Central Governments, at SRM University, Chennai between July 31st and August 1st, 2015. The proposed summit aims at setting a common platform for exchanges on employment related issues between academia, PSUs, Corporate, Private Organizations and Citizens; such wide spectrum consultations can be a very effective gateway to connect the seekers with the providers.

    I am confident that the forthcoming event will build stronger ties between the Institutions, Industries, and National as well as International Recruitment Advisory Bodies, which shall help the Nation in exploring newer recruitment opportunities.

    I compliment the Council for their efforts and wish the event a grand success.

  • SHRI. AJIT DOVAL, IPSNational Security Adviser, Government of India, New Delhi.

    The NSA has conveyed his deep appreciation for Recruitment Analysis Council in organizing the National Recruitment Plan – 2016. The initiative is highly laudable and would be eminently beneficial to job seekers and serve as a bridge between them and prospective employers. He is hopeful that the event will go a long way in shedding clarity on the recruitment policies and procedures for both employees and employers, and positively contribute in addressing the problem of unemployment in India.

  • Padma Shri Dr. A. S. Kiran Kumar, Chairman - Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Department of Space, Government of India

    India has been one of the largest reservoirs of talented human resources to the global systems. It is worth noting that about 1.5 million engineering graduates are produced annually by about 3,300 engineering colleges in India. Maintaining a right balance of supply-demand ratio is very essential. Innovative approaches in academic vis-a.-vis placement system need to be conceived to create more employment opportunities.

    In this regard, India's space programme has been contributing towards creation of challenging career opportunities in science and engineering disciplines. Having shown the unique nature and outstanding capabilities of India's space programme through Mars Orbiter Mission to the global community, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is poised to take up more complex missions in the area of space exploration.

    In this regard, India's space programme has been contributing towards creation of challenging career opportunities in science and engineering disciplines. Having shown the unique nature and outstanding capabilities of India's space programme through Mars Orbiter Mission to the global community, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is poised to take up more complex missions in the area of space exploration.

    With this background, it is worth recalling the important role of the 'recruitment' process. It is hardly to be emphasized that scientific and analytical approach in recruitment process would offer better results. It is noted that, the Recruitment Analysis Council (RAC) has been making significant contributions. It is strongly believed that RAC's 'National Recruitment Plan-2016' would be a major milestone in the process of bridging the supply-demand issues between academic institutions and Government/private organisations.

    Our Best Wishes for RAC in its efforts.

  • DR. S. AMAR PRASAD REDDYDirector – General, National Cyber Safety and Security Standards & Chairman, Recruitment Analysis Council.

    Unemployment is the one constant throughout history. Despite changing technology, the underlying principles of why unemployment occurs remain the same. It’s also what continues to this day. Even based on “consistently too optimistic” International Monetary Fund forecasts of global economic growth increasing to 3.6 percent in 2014, from 2.9 percent in 2013, the ILO said the unemployment toll would reach 215 million by 2018. Central and south-eastern Europe, the former Soviet states, east and southeast Asia, the Pacific and North Africa all saw substantial increases. In addition, the proportion of young people Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEETs) continued to rise. In India, there has been an alarming phase of mass-unemployment among the educated youth. Post-graduates and graduates are walking pillar to post in search of employment. Many educated people are knocking at the gates of offices just for the post of a petty clerk and get disappointed when they read the words ‘No Vacancy’ on the gate. Numerous cases of suicide among the unemployed young men have been a feature of our time.

    The High-level Committee of Recruitment Analysis Council is planning to organize a National Recruitment Plan’ 2016 (NRP ’16) in association with State and Central Governments, at SRM University, Chennai between 31st July and 01st August, 2015.

    The mission of the NRP is to connect the needies with the Industries & International Recruitment Advisory Bodies to have better understanding of best recruitment opportunities in order to produce the quality and employable youth in India.

    I wish all success to the Recruitment Analysis Council in its endeavors to protect the Nation.

  • PROF. DR. S. SELLADURAIAdditional Registrar, Anna University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

    I am really glad to know that the High-level Committee of Recruitment Analysis Council is planning to organize a National Recruitment Plan’ 2016-2021 (NRP’ 2016-2021) at SRM University, Chennai between 31st July and 01st August, 2015.

    I hope the NRP’ 2016-21 will success in connecting the needies with the Industries & International Recruitment Advisory Bodies to have better understanding of best recruitment opportunities in order to produce the quality and employable youth in India. The Anna University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu is happy to participate and support this National Initiative as an Institutional Partner.

    I wish all the success to the Recruitment Analysis Council in its endeavors to enhance the Human Resource & Development Studies in India towards curbing unemployment in India.

  • Dr. (Tmt.) CHANDRAKANTHA JEYABALANVice - Chancellor, Tamil Nadu Open University

    I am happy to note that the Recruitment Analysis Council is planning to organize a National Recruitment Plan 2016 in association with State and Central Governments at SRM University, Chennai from 31st July 2015 and 1st August 2015. I am sure that in the two day events maximum number of participants from Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala will participate and they may be given as to what skills are preferred by companies during Campus Recruitment.

    These types of events will definitely motivate the Universities and Colleges to offer Skill Oriented Programmes.

    I am sure with the contributions of Hon’ble Justice Dr. T. N. Vallinayagam the two day event of National Recruitment Plan-2016 will bring tremendous value.