M'luru: YIASCM job fair-2022 held jointly with District Employment Exchange

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Mangaluru, Aug 12: The YIASCM job fair-2022 was organized by the placement cell of Yenepoya Institute of Arts, Science, Commerce & Management, jointly with the District Employment Exchange, Mangaluru on August 12 from 9am to 4pm at the Balmatta premises.

S J Hemachandra, district skill development officer inaugurated the ceremony. Raghuveer Souterpete, district youth officer, NYKS was the guest of honor. The ceremony was presided by Dr M VijayKumar, hon vice-chancellor Yenepoya (Deemed to be University) and the special guest for the ceremony attended by Dr Sripathi Rao, pro- vice chancellor, Dr Ganghadhar Somayjji, registrar, Dr Arun Bhagwath, principal- dean faculty of Science, YIASCM, Dr Shareena P, vice-principal, dean- faculty of Commerce & Management, YIASCM Dr Jeevan Raj vice principal, YIASCM, Pavitra Shetty, asst prof / placement officer welcomed the guest and provided insight about the job fair being conducted.

35 companies had participated in the job fair and a total of 770 students registered for the drive. The success of the drive was observed with majority of the candidates securing initial selection or offer letters



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