Week-long mega job fair in Amritsar from September 24

Week-long mega job fair in Amritsar from September 24

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Tribune News Service

Amritsar, September 13

Amid Covid-19 pandemic when the campus placement drives are not being held, many top multinational companies, including Microsoft, HCL, Trident, Lenskart and Justdial would be attending the mega job fair being organised by the state government from September 24 to 30 in the district.

Deputy Director, District Bureau of Employment and Enterprises, Vikram Jit said, “With educational institutions lying closed, the fresh graduates are facing a problem in finding suitable job placement. In the job fair, the jobs with annual packages ranging from Rs 12 lakh to Rs 43 lakh are on offer.” He added that the job fair would provide opportunities for B Tech and MBA degree holders.

The eligible candidates can apply on the government web portal before September 15. “Microsoft is also providing internship opportunity to B Tech students wherein a monthly stipend of Rs 25,000 to Rs 80,000. The stipend for MBA graduates is 1.25 lakh,” said Vikram Jit.

Additional Deputy Commissioner (Development) Ranbir Singh said two events; on September 25 at Government Polytechnic and on September 30 at Government ITI Ranjit Avenue would be organised as part of the job fair. He added that the MNCs as per their employment criteria can organise written test followed by an interview session.

He added that for those candidates who do not have infrastructure as high internet speed or computers, the administration would make these available to them at the special centre which would be set up by it. Ranbir Singh said in case of any assistance, the eligible candidates can contact the District Rozgar Bureau.

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