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About the Blog provides the quickest and the most relevant job search to its users. We achieve this through continuous innovation, based on feedback from our users.

This blog is to highlight the salient features on that help you manage your job search better, and it is also your platform to talk to us. We look forward to your readership and welcome your feedback.

29 Jul

Welcome to Naukri Blog

naukri team

Welcome to the Naukri product blog for job seekers. The purpose of this blog is to discuss how the many features of can be used better by you to find the job you are looking for.

We like to believe we are smart. We probably are but the truth is that our best ideas come from our customers – that is to say from recruiters and job seekers.

What we try to do is listen, observe and understand – and then join the dots and improve the site in a manner that it works for our visitors better.

We make hundreds of changes to every year – some big, some small, some that are visible on the site some that visitors cannot see but which work at the back to make the site work better.

In this blog we will talk about how you can use the site – the nuances, some tips and tricks, some basic stuff, some new features, the changes when they are made, answers to your questions – basically how the smart job seeker should use Naukri.

For instance how to fill the resume form better to come out in relevant searches when recruiters search our resume database. Or how to get more relevant job alerts from us. Or how to do better job searches to find all the relevant jobs on the site. Or how to get relevant jobs by SMS. What is the utility of the the View Similar Jobs feature. How do I minimise chances of my current employer seeing my resume on Naukri. When should I sort the job search results by relevance and when by freshness. How does my CV look when a recruiter searches it. What are the fields in the resume form that a recruiter searches. And lots of other smart stuff you can do on Naukri.

So keep reading this blog. Put your comments. Ask your questions. We are here to help you find that better job.

Sanjeev Bikhchandani