Mangalore University to host a two-day job fair

The University Employment Information and Guidance Office and the University Training and Placement Unit of Mangalore University will hold a two-day job fair at the Mangalagangothri University Campus starting Saturday.

Chiranjeevi Ambernath, Cluster Manager for Magic Bus in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal, will open the fair at Mangala Auditorium on Saturday at 10:30 a.m.

The Vice-Chancellor of Mangalore University, Fr. Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya, will chair the program.

About 40 companies will participate in the fair, with 11,100 vacancies. The office and cell received over 10,000 applications from various colleges in the university and students from the Mangalore University campus, which were given to a non-governmental organization called Magic Bus.

The agency reviews applications and will provide tokens to eligible candidates and conduct a face-to-face interview during the fair. The minimum salary for selected applicants will be ₹10,000 per month, the university said in a statement.

Walk-in interviews are also allowed for job seekers. Candidates should bring their biographical data, Aadhaar card, passport size photo, SSLC marks card as well as marks cards of their maximum qualification to attend the interview. Those who are in their final year of a bachelor’s or master’s degree (2021-22) can also attend the interview.

The on-campus Humanities, Management, Science and Lectures Complex will be used for the career fair. There will be a helpline in each block. More than 80 volunteers will help the participants. Housing will be made available to staff of employer companies, the statement said.

Some of the participating companies are Apollo Pharmacy, Muthoot Finance, MediPlus, Just Dial, BYJU’s, Axis Bank, Kanchana Group of Companies, Honda Matrix, Diya Systems, HDFC Bank, Mandovi Motors and More Supermarket.

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