WHY US?

More than 40 years in International Recruitment services Full Fledged State-of-the-art Infrastructure and highly qualified and experienced team of professionals Network all over India and in neighboring countries of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal Access to 5 million plus quality live Databank comprising all Category of Professionals Immediate response to Client queries Dedicated, Professional and experienced Recruitment Team

OUR VISION

To create a global network of competent and honest service providers in sourcing and placement of Human Resources with the help of Internet Technology & Media support with proactive recruitment methodology, in a mutual benefit to all concerned - ourselves, our clients as well as the professionals themselves.

CONTACT INFO
  • Address: B/8, 3rd Floor, Everest Building,
    Tardeo Main Road, Mumbai 400034, Maharashtra, India.
  • Phone: +91 22-66621037 / 66621038
  • Email: enquiry@ag-enterprises.com
Climate :

Oman is hot and dry with temperatures from 18°C to 34°C (64°F to 93°F). The average rainfall in the country ranges from 76 to 102mm (3 to 4in) annually. However, there are climactic variations: in the south along the coast, coconuts are grown while in the northern highlands, roses and grapes are produced. Summers are extremely hot, with coastal temperatures reaching 46° C (115° F) and those in the interior even higher.

The winters are quite warm and the average annual temperature in Muscat is 29° C (84° F). The climate of the coastal plain and mountains of Dhofar is moderated by the monsoons that deposit annually about 760 mm (about 30 in) of rain on the south side of the mountains and about 150 mm (about 6 in) along the coast.

Parts of the Hajar Mountains receive up to 460 mm of rains (18 in), while Muscat receives less than 100 mm (4 in). Flash floods can take place when sudden and heavy rains run off the mountains towards the valleys. In Oman's interior summer winds cause large sandstorms which in turns cause periodic droughts. Monsoon winds can endanger shipping in the south.

The Economy:

Oman's macroeconomic environment currently is strong, despite recent declines in oil production. Real GDP growth was 4.6 percent in 2005 and is projected to fall slightly to 4.4 percent in 2006. Inflation was only 1.3 percent for 2005.

Oman’s real gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 4.6 percent in 2005.