The British College Job Fair 2.0
The British College held their annual ‘TBC Job Fair’ on the 8th and 9th of December 2021 at the College campus in Thapathali.
The event’s goal was to link students, graduates, and alumni with current job opportunities by introducing them to a variety of companies such as Unilever, MAW Enterprise, and Toyota (Voith).
Final-year BBA, BSc (Hons) Computing, BHM, and ACCA students, as well as postgraduate students from MSc. IT, MBA, MIBM, and TBC Alumni, were invited. Each employer interviewed students and alumni for a total of 400 different jobs during the day.
“Our objective is to help locate employment for all interested students at TBC,” Amardeep Mandal, Head of Marketing at The British College, said of the event. “With this Job Fair, we are offering our students every opportunity possible to find the ideal job or internship for them.”
In total 41 companies took part in this exciting event, including Laxmi Group(Hyundai), Ghorahi Cement, Samrat Cement, CG Holdings, Classic Tech, Dishhome Pvt. Ltd, SMTECH Technology, Safeway Technology, Cloud Factory, Genese Solutions, BeyondID, LeapFrog Technology Inc, Pepsi (Varun Beverage), Samsung India, Vishal Group(UDN), Dakshya Nepal, IDP, IME Group (Midas), Daraz, Sastodeal, Act 360, F1 Soft/E-sewa, UNDP, VSO International, Teach for Nepal, Ambe Steels, Shanker Group (Jagdamba Steels), CG Foods, Sujal Foods, Siddi Laxmi Steels, Jwalakhel, Group of Company, Fluer Himalayan Ltd, Upaya City cargo, Kiran Shoes, Golyan Group, CE Construction, Nepal Life Insurance, and Worldlink Pvt. Ltd.
Sunil Shrestha, the College’s Head of Students Services and Internships, thanked all of the companies, as well as Froxjob, for helping TBC organize the event.
“We’ve teamed with Froxjob to ensure that our students have the option to go right to work after graduation and develop their employability skills,” he said. We’d like to thank them, as well as all of the other participants, for their contributions to this excellent initiative. This is our second job fair, and we hope to do many more in the future”.
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