Sunday, May 7, 2017

The Lalit Mumbai Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities in one of India's most reputed Hospitality chain THE LALIT, MUMBAI.



  • Sales : Manager, Assistant Manager  MICE , Catering / Banquets / Event & Travel Trade, Head of Sales / Associate Head of Sales : Catering / Banquets / Event & MICE

  • Housekeeping : Associate / Sr Associate

  • Food and Beverage Service : Associates/ Sr Associates / Team Leaders / Stewards & Bartenders

  • Front Office : Guest Relation Executive / Guest Relation Associate. Associates

Eligibility 

  • Qualification : Any Graduate or Underfraduate or Degree / Diploma in Hotel Management

  • Experience - Between 1 to 5 Years

  • Salary : As per company standards
Interested Candidates can contact : 022- 610 43 214 or share their resumes at hrmum@thelalit.com

Walk in Welcome : 8th , 9th & 10th May , 2017 from 9 : 00 AM to 4:00 PM

Address : The Lalit Mumbai, Sahar Airport Road, Andheri East, Mumbai 400 059

website : www.thelalit.com

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Job Opening in Silica Mumbai for Coaching Teachers


 Job Opening in Silica a Coaching Institute Located all across Mumbai , Navi Mumbai and Thane region.

Eligibility : Graduates with minimum 2 Years of experience in Coaching for Competitive Exams like CET, CAT< GRE, GMAT, Bank PO etc.

Package and Salary : Best in the Industry and incentives also.


Center Locations :
  • Borivali
  • Andheri
  • Dadar
  • Charni Road
  • Thane
  • Vashi
Contact at : E Mail your Resume to hr.admin@edit.co.in mentioning the post applied for in the subject line.

Or Call Silica on Mobile at 8879968339 or Visit our Silica Website at www.silica.co.in


How RERA will help home buyers



With the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, the government hopes to bring transparency and fair practices to the realty sector.Here's a lowdown on what it is, and how it will change things for you
The Real Estate (Regula tion and Development) Act came into force in Maharashtra on May 1.The law will change your home-buying experience. Here are some key takeaways:
1 REGISTRATION OF ALL PROJECTS
The law has made it compulsory for developers of all residential and commercial projects to register their projects with the specially formed Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA). This needs to be done within three months, that is by July 31st.
Till such time that a particular project is not registered, the developer cannot advertise, market, book, sell or offer for sale, or invite persons to purchase in any manner any plot, apartment or building.
Those who fail to register their properties as per the Act will be liable to a penalty, which may extend up to 10 per cent of the estimated cost of the project.The Act states that on continued violation, the developer or promoter of the project shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term, which may extend up to three years, or with a fine which may extend up to a further 10 per cent of the estimated cost of the project, or with both.
Apart from Registration, the promoters shall be required to provide quarterly updates on the status of the project to the authority.
2 DISCLOSURE AND TRANSPARENCY
It is now mandatory for the developer to give out all details of a project such as cost of land, development agreement, cost of construction, sanctioned plans, covered parking lots, and open spaces, among others. These details will be available to buyers online. The developer will also have to make a disclosure about the time frame in which the project will get completed, and submit phase-wise plans of development.
He will also have to update information about units and covered parking lots sold. While advertising his project, the developer will have to give out details about MahaRERA website on which all these details will be uploaded.
3 ALL FOR BUYERS
The Act ensures that a developer is unable to make any additions and alterations in the sanctioned plans, layout plans and specifications and the nature of fixtures, fittings and amenities etc. without the previous consent of at least two-thirds of the allottees, other than the promoter, who have agreed to take apartments in a building.
Under the new law, the developer will not be able to restrict sale on the basis of caste or community. Also, a buyer will only pay for carpet area.
Unlike the past, if a project gets delayed then the onus of paying the monthly interest on bank loans taken for under-construction flats will rest on developers. Under RERA, a separate account will be used to deposit 70% of the money collected for the project's construction, and developers can draw from it only for construction purposes.
In case a buyer or allottee finds any structural or workmanship defect within five years from date of being handed over the flat, the promoter will have to rectify it without any further charge. If he fails to do so, the aggrieved allottee is entitled to receive appropriate compensation under RERA. The promoter will also have to execute a registered conveyance deed in favour of the allottee within three months from date of issue of occupancy certificate, or when sixty per cent of the total number of purchasers in a building or a wing, have paid the full consideration to the promoter, whichever is earlier.
4 HOW TO COMPLAIN
In case a developer fails to deliver on his promise, buyers will have to approach the Authority. The complaints will be heard and disposed of in a time-bound manner. If the buyer is dissatisfied with the orders passed by the Authority, he can approach the Appellate Tribunal, and eventually the High Court.
5 BROKERS BEWARE
Brokers will have to regis ter with the Authority. If any agent fails to register, he shall be liable to pay a penalty of Rs 10,000 for every day during which such default continues, which may cumulatively extend up to five per cent of the cost of a plot, apartment or building, as the case may be, of the project, for which the sale or purchase has been facilitated.
KNIGHT FRANK INDIA
According to Shishir Baijal, Chairman & Managing Director, Knight Frank India, “The unorganised world of broking in India would see a new paradigm. From being merely a facilitator between buyers and sellers, brokers will now have to adopt a bigger advisory role attached with responsibility for projects and disclosures.
EXPERT SPEAK
CRISIL
CRISIL's impact assessment shows that ongoing projects have been given three months (up to July 2017) to comply with RERA regulations. The Highlights of their study are:
The period, therefore, is likely to witness subdued ac tivity in terms of launches, as developers prepare to comply with the new norms.
Developers executing large township projects will prefer dividing each project into different phases and will register each phase sepa ratelythis will help them plan subsequent phases as per market demand without altering plans of the entire township
During the transition, small developers may need help from project management consultancies on RERA pro cedures, documentation and quarterly disclosures. This, along with the registration and approval costs, are expected to increase the compliance cost for real tors. However, the impact on overall project cost will be marginal.
( Source : Mumbai Mirror, Mumbai Edition )

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Opening in 3 i Infotech with Banking Domain , Exp 2-3 Years



This is a permanent position with payroll of 3i Infotech Ltd 

Job positions : Business Analyst with Banking Domain 

Location : Mumbai

Exp: 2 to 3 yrs 

Send your CV with following details: 

Total exp: 
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Available for face to face interview (yes / no) : 

Send in your CV immediately to rohini.barsing@3i-infotech.com