Job Fair For Differently Abled Is Highly Appreciable, Says Prof. Ainul Hasan

Job Fair For Differently Abled Is Highly Appreciable, Says Prof. Ainul Hasan

Hyderabad, July 21 (Hydnow): Training and Placement Cell, Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) in collaboration with Youth4 Jobs Foundation (Y4JF) conducted a special Job Fair for differently abled candidates today at the MANUU campus.

Prof. Syed Ainul Hasan, Vice-Chancellor, MANUU inaugurated the job fair. He appreciated Youth4 Jobs and other officials for their spirit in organizing the job fair for differently abled candidates. He interacted with officials of all the companies individually. Prof. Hasan while talking to the candidates encouraged them for facing the interview.

According to Dr. Mohammed Yousuf Khan, in charge, of the Training and Placement Cell, fifteen counters were set up for HR representatives of various companies at the indoor stadium of MANUU. Special arrangements were also made to bring the candidates from Gachibowli to the campus. The interviews were attended by around 100 candidates from outside as well as MANUU’s present and passed out students.

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Job Fair For Differently Abled Is Highly Appreciable, Says Prof. Ainul Hasan
Job Fair For Differently Abled Is Highly Appreciable, Says Prof. Ainul Hasan

Training and Placement Cell Team – Dr. Syed Salahuddin, Dr. Reshma Nikhat, Dr. Ashraf Nawaz, Mr. Ch Mutyala Rao along with Placement Coordinators of all the Departments assisted in organizing the job fair.

Sameer Nair, Operation Head, Y4JF, Prof. Mohammed Abdul Azeem, Proctor, Prof. Shakeel Ahmad, School of Sciences, Dr. Bonthu Kotaiah, President, MANUUTA, and others were present on this occasion. (Hydnow)


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