Mangaluru: Job fair to be held at Srinivas University Pandeshwar

Media Release

Mangaluru, Jul 24: Srinivas University and Srinivas Group of Institutions, here on Saturday July 27, 10 am will organise a 'Job Fair' at their city campus, Pandeshwar.

The job fair is expected to bring in participation of around 80 organizations. The uniqueness about this fair is that the job seekers can also seek part-time jobs, freelancing jobs, apprenticeships, project trainees and internships along with full-time employment.

The mela is an open walk-in for all college students and general public to the venue. Around 1600 job positions will be posted at the mela from the participating organizations. The job fair is open to all and any candidate with SSLC/PUC/ITI/Diploma/Polytechnic/any degree graduation/post-graduation background.

Candidates should be formally dressed, carrying multiple resume copies with identity cards, photographs and all the relevant necessary documents. Free spot registration at the venue is available.

A press meet with regards to the above job fair was held on July 24 at Hotel Srinivas along with the university’s student education loan partners Prashant Shenoy, chief manager SBI and Annappa Shetty, relationship manager SBI GHS Road Branch as guests.

Shashikant Senthil – district commissioner of Dakshina Kannada Mangaluru will inaugurate the job fair as chief guest.


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