The Naukri JobSpeak Index for October 2018 stood at 2,088, up 21 percent from the year-ago period, when it was quoted at 1,728.
Naukri JobSpeak Index for March 2018 stood at 2,129 registering a 3 percent rise when compared to the year ago period.
The Naukri Job Speak Index for November this year stood at 2,113, indicating signs of recovery in the job market.
The Naukri JobSpeak index for December 2016 stood at 1,659, which is 7 percent down from December 2015. The fall in the index is reflected in a decrease in hiring in key metro cities like Delhi NCR, Mumbai and Bengaluru.
According to the latest TimesJobs RecruiteX report, travel & hospitality sector posted a 21 percent jump in hiring, followed by infrastructure 18 percent, petrochemicals 17 percent and IT and telecom sector 12 percent increase during the month.
Hiring activity in the country jumped 10 per cent in August primarily driven by growth in technology and financial industries, says a report.
Naukri Job Speak Index for July this year stood at 1,882, up 3 percent over the same month in 2015.
"Hiring activity in the year before last was 2.20 lakh (new jobs were created in IT sector). Last year, (FY 2015-16) there were about two lakh additions. This financial year, we are expecting it to be on the lower side of that", National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) President R Chandrashekhar told reporters here.
The Naukri Job Speak Index for June 2016 stood at 2,129 marking an increase of 22 percent in hiring activity compared to corresponding period last year.
According to the leading job portal, the Naukri Job Speak Index for the month of March stood at 1,968, recording an increase of 22 percent in hiring activity over last year.
According to the latest RecruiteX, the recruitment index by TimesJobs.com, demand for professionals in automobile sector jumped by 3 percent even as other sectors held back hiring last month.
The Monster.Com's employment index, a monthly gauge of the country's online job demand, rose by 7 points (5.18 percent) to 142 in January, from 135 in December 2013.
After witnessing an uptick in the past three months, the hiring activity in March saw a minor dip of 1.1 per cent owing to the ongoing appraisal season, according to leading job portal Naukri.com.
Despite a month-on-month decline, online hiring activity in India registered a 10 per cent rise during November from the year ago period, signalling the ongoing confidence by Indian businesses in the economy, says a survey.
Online hiring activity in India improved further in October driven by recruitments in sectors such as engineering, automotive and telecom, according to a survey.