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Mega Job Fair In Mangalore On March 3rd.

  The Dakshina Kannada administration, in association with the Skill Development Entrepreneurship and Livelihood Department, will conduct a Udyog Mela at A.J. Institute of Engineering and Technology Campus at Mangalore on March 3, from 9 am to 5 pm.

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  District In-charge Minister V. Sunil Kumar said over 100 companies are likely to take part in mela, with more than 5000 jobs. Jobs will be on offer to BA, BSc, BCom graduates, and other qualifications.

  Mr Kumar said aspirants can register on the spot and each aspirant can apply for a maximum of three jobs. The aspirant has to bring his/her Aadhaar card and also the marks card. The district administration wants to offer placements to over 60% of the applicants.

  The mela will be inaugurated by Higher Education Minister C.N. Ashwath Narayan. Interested students can register at the given link:

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