Companies works hard to impress potential employees in the Education fair

ENARADA, Bengaluru, December 3, 2014

While the European Union and its member States aiming to attract Indian students by organising Education Fairs across India, Companies  are trying hard to impress the potential employees at the fair.

To catch the attention of ‘future’ employees, representatives of companies made presentations  in Interactive Informative Session ‘Employability and Career Options’  at The European Higher Education Fair India 2014, in Lalit Ashok Hotel at Bengaluru on December 3.

European Higher Education Fair, Bengaluru, Dec 3, 2014 enarada.com
Representatives of universities from European Countries interact with Indian students in the exhibition hall during European Higher Education Fair India 2014, held in Bengaluru on December 3. Photo: WWW.ENARADA.COM

Jay Damodaran, from HR department, VOLVO India said his Sweedish company has 11000 employees worldwide and makes a turnover of 40 Billion Dollars by producing 300 thousand vehicles every year. ” VOLVO makes Trucks, Busses, Construction equipments and no longer associates with VOLVO cars, as the car division is sold to a company in China.”

He further added his company has tied up with top universities in the world as talent or research partners. Volvo has  BPO, R&D Centre, Manufacturing, Sales and after sales service operations  in India and many parts of the world.

Dr.Srivats Rajgopal, Senior Principal Investigator, Biology, R&D, Syngene International  said his company has hired talented graduates from Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Sheffield, Sussex and Maz Plank Institute.

The fair covering three cities in India, began in New Delhi between November 30 and December 1 and concludes in Kolkatta on December 5.

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