Tamil Nadu Government Conducting Special Mega Job Fair – Private Sector Jobs 2018
Rohini College of Engineering and Technology
Tamil Nadu is a pioneer in terms of education, but it has failed to develop the skills that are essential for a graduate. Most of the young graduates pass out without skills. Particularly communication skill is an issue even among engineering graduates who passed out from top TN colleges.
In terms of Tamil Nadu, the state as to date has more than three lakh Job vacancies and this needs to be filled. Further, at least 20 per cent of the total population is under stress due to employment issues and there is no action plans from both the centre and the state to address the issue, he alleged.
Employers and Job Seekers benefit from attending a job fair by gaining access to a large number of candidates in a one-stop environment. You have an opportunity to meet with non-traditional candidates. You can meet and network with other corporations and one can also learn about career paths that you may never otherwise have considered.
All candidates registered their names before taking part in the selection process. The job mela was held between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The event was successfully organised with supportive role of Students and staff of Rohini. DMMU-TNSRLM(District Mission Managemnet Unit-Tamilnadu state Rural Livelihoods Mission),Kanyakumari District has recognised this initativeness taken by the Managemnt of Rohini and appreciated for creating a Socially Responsible Community through Education. Special buses were operated to the college from different parts of the district.