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KOCHI: Kochi, by hosting The Hindu Opportunities Job Fair on August 18 and 19, is joining the big league of other metro cities in providing a platform for ambitious youngsters to launch their career dreams, especially in the Information Technology sector.

In recent years, The Hindu Opportunities Fair has provided a ready platform not just for first-time job seekers but also for those looking for better prospects. For companies that recruit in large numbers, the fair is the right place as many hopefuls can try their luck at the stalls during the two-day event.

This is the first time The Hindu Opportunities Fair is coming to Kochi. The fair is going to be held under the aegis of The Hindu with Cognizant as presenting sponsor, SFO Technologies as associate sponsor, and APTECH as training sponsor. The Raymond Shop, Kochi, is the grooming partner and TMI First, the technology partner.

Some of the participating companies are Allianz Cornhill Information Services P. Ltd, Allsec Technologies Ltd, Aryans Infoway P. Ltd, Assyst International P. Ltd, Calpine Technologies P. Ltd, Cordiant Technologies, Citigroup Information Technology Operations, Genpact, Hages Business Solutions Pvt. Ltd., IDSi Technologies India Pvt. Ltd., Ind Sigma Infotech Pvt Ltd., Intelenet Global Services Pvt. Ltd., KGISL, Larsen & Toubro Ltd., Outsource Partners International, Qfirst, SlashSupport India P. Ltd, Sutherland Global Services, Tata Elxsi Ltd, Visual Graphics Computing Services, Wipro Technologies, Wrench Solutions P. Ltd, Zerone Consulting P.Ltd..

They will be looking for the right candidates for their requirement. The fair will be held at Assisi Vidyaniketan Public School, Chembumukku, Kakkanad, Kochi , from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on August 18 and 19.

You can register online at www.thehindu.com or www.tmifirst.com

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