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127 youth get selected at Mega Job Fair organized by DBEE

Ludhiana, December 22, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Under the initiative of “Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav”, and under the guidance of Deputy Commission Varinder Kumar Sharma and ADC (D) Amit Kumar Panchal, a Mega Job Fair was organized in association of District Bureau (DBEE), PSDM and CT University at CT University, Ferozepur Road, here yesterday.

A total of 21 reputed companies like Yes Bank, Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, SBI, Exide Life, Tekki Web, Cyber Sec Guru, Vast Linkers, Star Health & A9 Hotels etc. took participation and over 176 students participated and 127 candidates got selected for jobs and final interviews.

It was for all Graduates and Post graduates and DDU students. From DBEE, Navdeep Singh Deputy CEO, Dr. Harsh Sadawarti inaugurated the event. Mr. Prince from PSDM, Dr. Nidhi Career Counsellor and Placement officer Ghanshyam interacted and motivated the students by describing proper job roles and responsibilities.

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