Mangaluru: Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management Hosts Apprentice-cum-Job Fair

Mangaluru: Board of Apprenticeship Training (Sr), Chennai and Directorate of Technical Education, Bangalore, jointly with Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management, Mangalore, organised an Apprenticeship-Cum-Job Fair for the 2013, 2014 and 2015 passed out BE graduates and Diploma holders in all branches of engineering on Friday, July 31, 2015. A pre-placement talk for all the candidates was held in the Sahyadri auditorium.

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In the inaugural session held in the College, Manjunath Bhandary the Chairman addressing the gathering said that students should make use of this opportunity to get practical knowledge rather than looking at the salary package.

Twenty-five leading industries from the private and public sector such as, Care IT Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Keihin Fie India Pvt. Ltd., Magna Infotech Limited, Manipal Group, Mecton Group, OMNiON – Global Media Solutions & Services, Rane Engine Valve Limited, Telenetix Private Limited, Tractors and Farm Equipment Limited, Winman Software (P) Ltd., SSS – (Stumpp, Schuele & Somappa), Wuerth Elektronik India Pvt. Ltd., BASF, Mangalore, Arvind Motors Pvt. Ltd. Mangalore, KSRTC, Railways, Data Science & Research Institute, to name a few, participated in the fair. Around 350 candidates in an around the Mangaluru region attended the fair.

Through BOAT, one-year apprenticeship training is given with leading public and private sector organizations registered with BOAT at the end of which the candidate will receive a Government of India certification.

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