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2 Days, 500 Companies, Endless Opportunities! Bengaluru Braces For A Job Fair Extravaganza

Karnataka Govt. announces 'Yuva Samruddhi Sammelana' job fair on Feb 26, expecting 500+ companies and 31,000+ job seekers. CM Siddaramaiah and DCM Shivakumar to inaugurate. Encourages youth to attend, offers nearly one lakh vacancies. Praised for supporting unemployed youth.

Edited By : Aniket Raj | Feb 22, 2024 00:15 IST
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Good news for job seekers as two-day job fair will be held in Bengaluru starting from February 26, with the aim of employing at least 50,000 job aspirants. More than 600 companies will take part in the fair at Bengaluru’s Palace Grounds.

The Bruhat Udyoga Mela-Yuva Samriddhi Sammelana 2024 is expected to offer over 110,000 job opportunities from more than 600 well-known companies such as Foxconn, Toyota, Wistron, Infosys, Schindler India, HDFC Bank, Biocon, Mahindra Aerospace, Molex India, Maini Precision Products, and the TATA Group, according to official sources.

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Sharan Prakash Patil, the Minister for Skill Development in Karnataka, highlighted that annually, approximately 9.3 lakh students complete their pre-university education, 62,437 students graduate from Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs), 48,153 students from polytechnic institutes, and around 4,80,000 students from other colleges. Despite these numbers, he noted that the unemployment rate stands at 2.4 percent according to the Periodic Labor Force Survey Q3-2024.

According to government-provided data on sector-specific job opportunities, more than 30,000 positions are for regular employment, while apprenticeships and internships are offered in the banking, financial services, and insurance sectors, totaling 83 positions. Similarly, the manufacturing sector has 15,587 vacancies across 109 job positions.

Other sectors also have significant openings, including 9,704 vacancies in IT-ITES, 9,210 in electronics, 4,121 in aerospace and aviation, 4,120 in healthcare, and 2,998 in the service sector.

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First published on: Feb 22, 2024 12:15 AM IST

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