Assam: 40+ MNCs to join ADTU’s 8 Annual Job Fair
It will cater to the students from various verticals such as Management, Social Sciences, Pharmacy, Engineering, Nursing, Paramedical, and Sciences.
Leading educational institute Assam Down Town University (AdtU), Guwahati is all set to conduct the eighth edition of the Annual Job Fair 2022 on June 25 at the university campus for the students across India.
Touted as one of the largest job fairs in Northeast, the day-long event is expected to be attended by 4000 job seekers, who can get recruited by more than 40 reputed national and multinational companies including Downtown hospital, Alembic Pharmaceuticals, Ampath, Just Dial, Talent Aquitance, Marico, Dabur, Sodexo etc.
Last year the job fair provided a platform for recruiters and young talents and had 3,500 job seekers taking their shots at over 50 reputable organizations present.
The Job Fair is aimed at candidates having 0-5 years of experience. It will cater to the students from various verticals such as Management, Social Sciences, Pharmacy, Engineering, Nursing, Paramedical, and Sciences.
According to CMIE data, India’s unemployment rate rises to 7.83 percent in April. The highest unemployment rate was recorded in the northern state of Haryana at 34.5 percent, followed by 28.8 percent in Rajasthan and 21.1 percent in Bihar.
Meanwhile, the joblessness was lowest in Himachal Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Assam, where the unemployment rate stood at a minuscule 0.2 percent, 0.6 percent and 1.2 percent respectively.
“Being the Northeast India’s leading placement driven-university, we are trying to bridge the gap. With our excellent infrastructure and our motivated, high caliber and students friendly faculty, we provide our students a skill-oriented future across all the advanced study programmes currently ongoing in AdtU. As today’s world is evolving at a fast pace, we at AdtU strongly feel that there is a need to remain in synchrony with a process of constant change and transformation and to make our students not only job-ready but also future ready,” said Prof (Dr) NC Talukdar, Vice-Chancellor, Assam down town University.
He further continues, “Our unabated endeavor is to empower them with new age life skills which come handy in placing themselves in future service career destination. Yet we are aware that, for newly minted college graduates, placement sessions can be a tumultuous time filled with anticipation, anxiety, happiness, and disappointment and they require to be provided with the opportunity to face and experience placement sessions in a real-time real sense. With this background in mind, we have come up with the largest “Job Fair 2022” so that the students get a hang of the placement scenario. I would like to extend my warm wishes for their every success in the “Job Fair 2022” and their future service career.”
The job Fair at AdtU is also a win-win situation for the companies, which can get quick access to a large number of talents and complete their recruitment processes in one place. They don’t have to ponder about the arrangements as all these are taken care of by the university.
The job fair can be attended for free by registering at https://adtu.in/jobfair2022/
First Published: 23rd June, 2022 13:58 IST
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