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Jain University conducts 2-day job fair

Our Bureau Bengaluru | Updated on January 20, 2018 Published on April 09, 2016

The two-day job fair conducted by Jain University.

In an effort to connect 'job aspirants' to companies, Jain University has conducted a two-day job fair.

Corporates such as JGI Group, IBM, HCL Technologies, HP, Amazon, Myntra, Apollo Munich, State Bank of India, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, Azim Premji Foundation, Future Group, and Bookmytraining.com were among the 113 companies that were a part of this job fair, company officials said.

Further, 11,000 job aspirants met up with these companies, which Jain University conducted with Ampus Solution, First Naukri and LinkedIn.

Priyanka, a final year MBA student, said that she had a wonderful employability enhancement opportunity with 100 plus corporate houses.

"I had a wish-list to attend top class corporate companies interview under one roof as I travel from a far off place, and it was fulfilled today. I have been shortlisted for next round by two top companies and my dream job is just few steps away,” she added.

“It’s a priceless moment when you see those job aspirants’ thankful eyes who found their dream job at the fair whom you helped,” said Shariq, a volunteer at the Connect to Careers, which Jain University calls Bangalore’s biggest job fair.

Split into non-IT and IT segments, the two-day job fair saw over 11,000 job aspirants.

Apart from recruiting, 'Rock Your Profile' sessions from LinkedIn team, and 'Walk the Right Career Path' sessions from First Naukri team were also part of the Connect to Careers job fair which advised the job aspirants about improving their resume building skills and know the career opportunities available at diversified sectors, university officials said.

“A wonderful platform has been provided for the students to know a variety of job descriptions and companies available for them to set their future goals,” said Nishant Bhalla, Sales Head, Firstnaukri.com.

Aruna B – Director, Bookmytrainings.com, said that it was interesting to see many outstation students travelling from places like Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and North Karnataka. The candidates whom we have hand-picked at Connect to Careers will be serving our organization, Aruna said.

Published on April 09, 2016
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