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Propaganda vehicle for job fair launched

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Principal of AU College of Engineering G.S.N.. Raju flagging off a propaganda van of Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu Job mela in Visakhapatnam on Thursday. Rector P.V.G.D. Prasada Reddy, CEO of Millinnieum Software Sridhar Reddy, and Media Coordinator P. Bobby Vardhan are seen. — Photo: C. V. Subrahmanyam
Principal of AU College of Engineering G.S.N.. Raju flagging off a propaganda van of Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu Job mela in Visakhapatnam on Thursday. Rector P.V.G.D. Prasada Reddy, CEO of Millinnieum Software Sridhar Reddy, and Media Coordinator P. Bobby Vardhan are seen. — Photo: C. V. Subrahmanyam

A propaganda vehicle for publicising the job fair `Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu' to be held jointly by Andhra University and Millennium Software Solutions on October 29 and 30 at the AU Convocation Hall, was launched on Thursday morning by A.U. Engineering College Principal G.S.N. Raju and Millennium Software Solutions Chief Sridhar Reddy.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Sridhar Reddy said that about 100 software companies were expected to participate in the job fair. Youth with qualifications ranging from 10th class to post graduation, ITI, polytechnic diplomas, Pharmacy, BHM and Engineering can attend the interview. Noted companies in the fields of IT, BPO, Pharma, Health Care, Hospitality, Insurance, Infrastructure, Automobile and other companies in retail sector are participating. Companies participating in the job fair include Wipro, HSBC, Mahindra Sathyam, Info-tech, Symbiosis, Reliance, Divis, Inde-Gene, HDFC, SBI Life and Kenexa. He appealed to the unemployed youth to make the best use of the opportunity to secure jobs.

Prof. Raju revealed that 29 IT companies, 12 educational groups, 9 insurance companies, 8 BPO's, 7 automobile companies, 6 health care companies, 4 retail companies, 3 hospitality companies, 3 chemical companies, textile companies and 15 other companies are taking part.


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