30+ multinational companies to take part in Job Fair
Maharaja College of Engineering, in association with the Times of India, is organizing a Job Fair in Udaipur on the 18th and 19th of February at the Maharaja campus, Airport Road, Debari. More than 30 national and multinational companies are expected to conduc
Maharaja College of Engineering, in association with the Times of India, is organizing a Job Fair in Udaipur on the 18th and 19th of February at the Maharaja campus, Airport Road, Debari. More than 30 national and multinational companies are expected to conduct interviews.
Participating companies are spanned across various industries including IT, Banking, Hospitality, Finance, Engineering, Insurance Sector and many others. The fair will be open from 10am to 5pm on both days. Job seekers looking forward to bright prospects will have multiple quality options under one roof. The job seekers will have an opportunity to interact and prove their mettle with more than 30 companies.
Some of the companies which are invited to conduct campus recruitments at the job fair include HCL, Genpact, Tech Mahindra, i-Yogi, Lafarge-Cement, Intel- Netconnect, Miraj Group, Golcha Associates, Bajaj Sevashram, IDBI-Intech, Marg, Daksh Auto, PVR Cinemas, Classic Hospitality, HDFC Bank, Fusion, India-can, Birla Sunlife, J.K Aroras, Natural Marble, AXIS Sales, Nerolac, MAX New York life, PCC Care, Reliance Securities, Arcgate, etc.
The companies will conduct interviews for recruitments of management graduates, post graduates and engineering students who have passed the pre-final year of their course and have cleared all their past subjects. The registration is free of cost and open till 17th of Feb’12. Students from any part of India can participate in this job fair.
Registration form is available for download at the Maharaja College website
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Over the years, job fairs have proved successful for both employers and jobseekers attending to find employment, further education and training. After the dramatic rise in the unemployment rate over the last couple of years, the labor market in now gradually beginning to show signs of recovery. The importance to fill these positions is now focused more on the skills of the applicants than ever before. Job fairs provide an opportunity to meet all job seekers, whether employed or unemployed, those looking for further education, or those wanting apprenticeships and training opportunities within local organization.
The Times Job Fair is expected to heighten awareness of business and employment opportunities available in the area and enable employers to discuss their career and training opportunities face to face with the job seekers. It will also provide a firsthand opportunity to reach potential employees.