Career Workshop and Job Fair for Product and R & D Cos, Bangalore

By siliconindia  |   Wednesday, 28 November 2012, 13:25 Hrs
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Bangalore: Are you a techie and looking out for a career change? As you all know it is not a piece of cake that arrives to your door step unless and until you put a good amount of effort to achieve it. If you are finding it hard to make it from a long time, here is an excellent opportunity to be a part of one of the exclusive job fair and career workshop arranged just for your convenience under one roof.  

Date: 1st December, 2012

Venue: NIMHANS Convention Centre, Hosur Road, Near Diary Circle, Bangalore-560029
In this event you have an excellent chance to interact with our panel experts, as they can help you in building an awesome career in R & D setup and try their best in clearing all your doubts regarding a career change and help you to have a smooth career transition. Not only that, if you are finding it difficult to prove yourself as a techie, you can learn from our experts on how to make it effective in a long run, all at the workshop.

If you are still wondering, why you need to be a part of this workshop and job fair as a job seeker, here is the answer.

As the career change is one of the most serious endeavors in today’s world, this event is organized with an aim to provide you and the companies that are looking to hire new candidates a conducing atmosphere for serious discussion. This job fair is not for every individual who is looking for a job opportunity. If you are interested to be a part of this event all you need to do is register with us by clicking here.


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