M'lore: Alva’s Pragati placement drive on May 11, 12

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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore (VM)

Mangalore, Apr 29: “Alva’s education foundation for the fifth consecutive year will organize ‘Alva’s Pragati 2013’, a mega placement drive at Vidyagiri campus, Moodubidri on May 11 and May 12,” informed Dr M Mohan Alva, chairman of Alva’s education foundation.

He addressed the media during a press meet held at press club on Saturday April 27.

Briefing in detail, he said Alva’s Pragati – 2012 received a good response where over 17,560 students from 350 colleges registered and 4,350 of them were selected.

This year we are expecting 150 plus companies from various sectors like IT/ITeS, Hospitality, manufacturing, automobile, healthcare, BFSI, Media, sales & retail, BPO/KPO, HR agencies and others, he said.

Prominent companies like Titan, Videocon, Fabtech, Aditya Birla group, Honeywell, Essae, ITC, IBM, Fortis, L&T, Taj group, ICICI bank, Wipro, TVS, Suzlon, Mphasis, TAFE, Axis bank, Gold finch, UAE exchange and others will participate in the placement drive.

Registration is free for both companies and candidates. Job aspirants have to pre-register themselves online at www.alvaspragati.com

Vivek Alva, managing trustee, professor Ruchir Anand, head training and placement, Chengappa, media relations officer, Professor Arun G D’Souza, placement coordinator among others were present.

For any queries, candidates can call 9844667337/9844281138/9916280769/08258-237104

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