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MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA LTD (MSIL)
Head Office Maruti Suzuki,
India Limited Nelson Mandela Road,
Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070.
Email: marutijobs.7@msn.com
Helpline: 01132074966

Dear Application,
REF: "MARUTI SUZUKI" DIRECT RECRUITMENT'S OFFER. Your Resume has been selected from WWW.MONSTER.COM SHINE.COM and Database for our new plant. The Company selected 62 candidates list for Senior Engineer, IT, Administration, Production, marketing and general service Departments, It is our pleasure to inform you that your Resume was selected as one of the 62 candidates shortlisted for the interview. The Company SUZUKI is the best Manufacturing Car Company in India, The Company is recruiting the candidates for our new Plants in Delhi, Bangalore, and Pune and mumbai.Your interview will be held at The Company Corporate office in New Delhi on 21st Of JANUARY 2013 at 11.30 AM, You will be pleased to know That The 62 candidates selected 55 candidates will be giving appointment, Meaning that your Application can progress to final stage. You have to come in our Company corporate office in New Delhi. Your offer letter with Air Ticket will be sent to you by courier before date of interview. The Company can offer you a salary with benefits for this post 62, 000/- to 200, 000/- P.M. + (HRA + D.A + Conveyance and other Company benefits. The designation and Job Location will be fixing by Company HRD. At time of final process. You have to come with original photo-copies of all required documents below.

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