Need a job? Head to Delhi-NCR’s mega job fair on June 9,10 at AKTU-Noida campus
More than 9,000 former and present students of AKTU affiliated colleges are going to attend the two-day job fair which will offer hundreds of jobs in the field of engineering, computer science and business management.noida Updated: Jun 05, 2017 14:12 IST
In the largest job fair being held in Delhi-NCR after a long time, Dr Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) will be inviting 65 major companies to its Noida campus on June 9.
More than 9,000 former and present students of AKTU affiliated colleges are going to attend the two-day job fair which will offer hundreds of jobs in the field of engineering, computer science and business management.
The Mega Job Fair will be organised on June 9 and June 10 from 9am at the Noida centre of the university in C-22, Sector 62, Noida.
“All final-year students and former students of AKTU affiliated colleges from all BTech branches, Masters in Computer Application and Masters in Business Administration are invited to the fair. Until now, 2,000 students have already registered,” Dr Sanjeev Sharma, advisor, Noida centre, AKTU.
Around 900 colleges are affiliated with AKTU across the state and 168 such colleges are located in Greater Noida and Ghaziabad.
Major companies such as HCL, Amazon, Omax, India Mart, NIIT, Just Dial and Tata Project are some of the renowned names in the 65 companies’ list, AKTU officials said.
“Until now, 50 companies have given their confirmation. We are trying to ensure that by June 9, all 65 companies are present,” Sharma said.
For registration, applicants will have to fill a form on the university’s website https://aktu.ac.in/.
“Applicants will be given three slots to choose from. An applicant can choose a maximum of three companies from any of the slots according to his/her priority. Then they will have to fill their basic details, including educational qualifications,” Sharma said.
Regarding the salary package, the university administration said all efforts are being made to ensure that students from both rural and urban background are benefitted.
“The minimum package we have kept is Rs 1.2 lakh per annum, keeping in mind students who come from the rural belt. The highest package is Rs 5.6 lakh. Usually, we see that students get a Rs 3.4 lakh package, which is decent,” Sharma said.