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Mega Job Fair at PEC was a Grand Success
The Andhra Pradesh State Skills Development Corporation in collaboration with Prakasam Engineering College conducted a mega job fair at college premises on 21 and 22-May-2016. The job fair was open for B.Tech/ B.A/ B.Com / B.Sc / BBA/ MBA / Intermediate/ B.Pharmacy pass outs of 2013-2016 academic years. A total number of 12 companies took part in job fair. The job fair commenced at 9.00 AM and continued till 6.00 PM. Despite of heavy rain a lot of candidates attended the interviews.
The Mega Job Fair was a grand success as a total number of 2,400 candidates attended the interviews. Candidates from Prakasham district attended the interviews. Each company has conducted the interviews according to their procedure. Out of 2,400 candidates around 320 candidates secured jobs in the job fair. The candidates are offered the annual packages ranging from Rs. 1,50,000 to Rs. 3,00,000.
The selected students were given offer letters by the regional director of APSSDC, Mr. Loknadh. He said, “The APSSDC has conducted job fairs at 8 districts of Andhra Pradesh in which 37,000 candidates attended the interviews. Out of them 4,602 candidates secured the jobs”.
About Prakasam Engineering College:
PRAKASAM ENGINEERING COLLEGE is sponsored by the Amma Education Society. The members of the foundation are eminent personalities in various walks of life such as education, research, industry, business and administration.
To make the institute bloom to rank as one of the best in the state, transforming into a technical institution of excellence imparting quality technical education incorporating the day-to-day developments in field of Technical Education.
"Unemployment can be curbed only by inculcating literacy, professional education and technical skills to the youth" it is this thought that took shape into Amma Education Society in 1997. And later prompted to start Prakasam Engineering College in 2001.
Source: - Sakunth Kumar, City Journalist, CollegeDekho, Vijayawada
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