TBC JOB Fair-2021 to be organized by British College

TBC JOB FAIR press release
TBC JOB FAIR press release

The British College is pleased to announce that it is hosting its annual ‘TBC Job Fair 2021’ on 9th April 2021, at the College premises.

The job fair provides students, graduates, and alumni to be connected to the current job market, as they are provided with a common shared platform to meet with and talk to over 25 top companies, including Angel Investors and Venture Capitalists. Targeted participants for the recruiters are final year students and alumni from BBA, BSc (Hons) Computing and ACCA, along with postgraduate students from MSc. IT, MBA, EMBA, and MIBM. 

In this Job Fair organization’s from the social sector, manufacturing, retail, accounting, and information technology are the major highlights such as Advantage Group, Batas Organization Bhoj Deal, Brain Digit, CG Holdings, Gurkha Group, hamrobazzar.com, Himalayan General Insurance, Ingrails Pvt. Ltd., LeapFrog, MAW Enterprises Pvt. Ltd, Meera Biotech, PKF T.R. Upadhya & Co., Reanda Biz Pvt Ltd, Sipradi Trading Pvt. Ltd., Subisu Cablenet Pvt. Ltd., Ujyalo Foundation, Ultimate Business Advisor, United Distributor Nepal, Upaya Cargo, Vatsal Impex (Xiaomi), Vianet, Yeti Airlines, Young Innovations.

Similarly, organizations that are involved in investment for start-ups such as Anterprenana and Next Venture Corp Pvt. Ltd. are also participating in the fair. 

A survey was designed and circulated among all the targeted students to know the preference of the students and the sectors that they are interested in. Based on their feedback a training session was rolled out that specifically catered to their requirements. Students participating in the pre-training program will get added advantage as their CV’s will be circulated among the recruiters before the event, hence adding them to the top of their interview list.

 Amardeep Mandal, Head of Admissions and Marketing at The British College shares that, “The annual Job fair is organised to bridge the gap between industries and students, and give them an opportunity to realise the job prospects in the market.” The British College sees that as an extension of their continued mission to teach students the skill most relevant to today’s job market, train them beyond the classroom, and support them in any way they can – both before and after graduation.


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