Job fair in City today for 331 posts

The people in the region will get an opportunity to have a dream job on Saturday as Mangalore Human Resource Development Centre has organised ‘Bruhat udyoga mela’ in association with Employment and Training Department in association with Karnataka Professional Training and Skill Development Board, at District Employment Exchange Centre.

According to the information available, nine companies will participate in this ‘open to all’ job fair in which recruitment will be done for 331 posts. The organisers are expecting about 3,000 applicants in the job fair.

Speaking to Deccan Herald, Human Resource Development Centre Manager Rithesh P Amin said that the occasion will offer jobs for all class of applicants. “Companies are offering posts like mechanical engineer, HR executive, recruitment executive, business development executive, manager, technician, lecturers and many other posts.

Opportunity is wide open for BE, MBA, MCA, MBA and other degree or master degree holders. Diploma and ITI degree holders can also try their luck,” he said and added that Masters in International Business and MSW in Medical and Psychiatric degree holders also have few chances. 

Proved helpful

Rithesh said that, District Employment Exchange Centre has organised 45 job fairs till now. “Among these, we have conducted 8 to 9 job fairs in rural areas like Kadaba, Puttur, Belthangady, while one ‘Udyoga Mela’ was conducted at Ullala for Muslim youth,” he said.

According to Rithesh, 24,714 people have registered their name in District Employment Exchange Centre (not only during job fests) in Mangalore for jobs and 5,268 youth have got jobs in different sectors till date.

‘Good response to  training’

Meanwhile, Rithesh said that Modular Employability Skills (MES) training programme is getting good response from the public. “MES was started in 2009.

In this two months training programme (2 hours per day), participants are being trained in computer education, English speaking, personality development, resume building etc. Now 40 people are undergoing training in two batches,” he informed.

“It is free of cost and we give job assistance. Till now, we have achieved 100 per cent placements. This programme is proved helpful for rural people to develop their English language and also to develop their personality skills. We are facilitators and applicants have all the benefits,” he added.

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