Sir Syed University organized Job Fair 2020

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 Vice President FPCCI, Mr. Zubair Bajwa along with Vice Chancellor SSUET, Prof. Dr. Vali Uddin (first from Right) inaugurating SSUET Jobfair by cutting ribbon.
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Sir Syed University organized Job Fair 2020
More than 90 noted trade organization participated in the event
KARACHI, February 27, 2020 – Guidance Centre of Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology (SSUET) in collaboration with Computer Engineering Department organized Job Fair 2020 at the campus in which more than 90 renowned companies of the country participated and set up their stalls to facilitate students in terms of sharing information and preparing them for availing the job opportunities. A large number of students, faculty including Convenor Guidance Centre, Mr. Siraj Khilji, Chairperson CED, Dr. Shakeel Ahmed and others attended the event. Chief Guest of the event, Mr. Zubair Bajwa, Vice President Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry along with Vice Chancellor SSUET, Prof. Dr. Vali Uddin, Registrar SSUET, Syed Sarfraz Ali inaugurated the Jobfair 2020 by cutting the ribbon.
Speaking on the auspicious occasion, Chief Guest, Vice President FPCCI, Mr. Zubair Bajwa said that the youth is our future. It is impossible for all to have a job. You must focus on entrepreneurship, which is well demanded in the contemporary world.
Chancellor Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology, Mr. Jawaid Anwar said, “The purpose of holding this job fair at the campus was to facilitate students to meet potential employers in an informal setting. The Jobfair gives job seekers the opportunity to learn more about potential employers and the opportunities available. The focus was on sharing information between organizations and the job seekers. It is a way to explore career opportunities within variety of companies at one location.”
Chancellor Jawaid Anwar pointed out that the Careers Fairs are useful for a range of students and give large companies much needed time to present themselves and recruit new people. Employers meet, inform and interview hundreds of potential applicants, while job seekers get the chance to display their skills and make important connections with potential employers, mentors and peers.
Addressing the students on the occasion, Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Vali Uddin advised the students to make best use of this opportunity and convince the industries with their skills.

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