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Over 500 Firms Join Bengaluru’s Two-Day Job Fair Starting Feb 26

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The Karnataka Government has announced the initiation of a two-day job fair named ‘Yuva Samruddhi Sammelana,’ scheduled to take place from February 26. The event, to be inaugurated by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Deputy Chief Minister D K Shivakumar at the Palace Grounds, to connect job seekers with over 500 companies offering nearly one lakh job vacancies. 

Two-day job fair in Bengaluru from Feb 26; over 500 firms to take part,  31,000

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The job fair is set to benefit young individuals who have completed their degrees, engineering diplomas, or other job-oriented courses. Ministers Sharan Prakash Patil and Priyank Kharge, addressing a joint press conference at Vidhana Soudha, highlighted the fair’s significance in providing a platform for qualified youths to explore suitable job opportunities.

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Source: Hindustan Times

With an already impressive registration of 31,000 candidates, the organizers anticipate even more participants. Minister Patil emphasized that more than 500 national and global companies will actively participate in the fair, offering a myriad of employment opportunities. The event will host over 600 stalls, providing candidates with the chance to explore job opportunities aligned with their qualifications and preferences.

To facilitate the job-seeking process, experts and executives from participating companies will be present at the fair, offering guidance and information to aspiring candidates. Minister Patil expressed gratitude towards Chief Minister Siddaramaiah for heading such initiatives, emphasizing that Karnataka stands out as a state actively working to address youth unemployment through large-scale job fairs.

Two-day job fair in Bengaluru from February 26; over 500 firms to take part  | Karnataka News -

Source: News9live

Acknowledging that not every participant may secure employment during the fair, Minister Patil assured that those unable to find jobs will be provided with training. Minister Kharge attributed the success of such a massive job fair to the Congress government, highlighting the state’s attractive features for big companies, such as robust infrastructure and a skilled workforce. He criticized the central government for not fulfilling promises to create jobs and for discontinuing data collection on unemployment. Minister Kharge pointed out the contrast between the promises made by Prime Minister Modi and the actual job losses reported in the National Statistical Office (NSO) survey.

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