Patanjali eyes expansion, announces PA-JEANS for recruitment

17, Sep 2016 By Parantha Boy

Haridwar. Leading Indian FMCG giant Patanjali has formally announced Patanjali Ayurvedic Joint Entrance Among Nationwide Students (PA-JEANS) for recruiting General Accountant,Wealth Manager, Tax Accountant, Indirect Tax Accountant, Financial Analyst, Income Tax Officer, Textile Engineer, Bouncer, Real Estate Broker among various other posts with a minimum CTC of 7 lakhs.

Eligibility Criteria

1) A maximum of 60% marks (35% in case of SC/ST/PWD) or equivalent in Bachelor’s Degree as well as in 12th and 10th standard examinations. 2) A four year B.Tech degree (without distinction) in any discipline. Final year students may also apply.

Baba Ramdev giving coaching to aspiring candidates for tests
Baba Ramdev giving coaching to aspiring candidates for tests

Pattern Of Examination

The test will be a computer based test consisting of 10 questions to be done within 4 hrs, after which the test will get automatically submitted. There will be some non-MCQ questions, where the candidate has to perform asanas and will be graded with the help of motion sensing devices.

According to the official notification, the applications are invited for 3142857143 posts. On being asked about the reason behind such an irrational approach towards selection process, Baba Ramdev said, “Our motto is Disruption!”. Later he also explained the concept of factorial to our reporter, who mistook it for an exclamation mark.


Many established business are facing turbulence. Engineers are coming together in huge number to apply for this position.

“I am surprised why our designers are heading back to their homeland. I offered to forward their H-1B visa application, but still they did not comply. I may have to file for bankruptcy. I worry If I’ll be able to finance my kid’s education. Who is this Indian guru who has taken the world by storm?” said Rowan Dassault, president and CEO of American clothing company Levis Strauss, wiping off his tears while video conferencing with our reporter.

Major IT giants in India have called emergency meetings with top executives after nearly 94% of the employees called in sick, including top executives.

Applications will be accepted by 31st September 2016 or till they surpass no of posts, whichever is earlier.