Employment affairs Job fair was held on the premises of Public Library and Club of the town here on Thursday through providing 40 candidates with jobs.
GanaUnnayan Kendra (GUK), a local reputed non-government organization, arranged the fair in cooperation with AWO International and BMZ under PROSPERITY project.
Deputy Commissioner (DC) Md. Oliur Rahman formally inaugurated the fair as the chief guest and said such type of fair would undoubtedly help the unemployed but eligible youths get jobs.
The DC also thanked the organizer for organizing the fair.
A post rally discussion meeting was also held at the auditorium of the library with chief executive of GUK Abdus Salam in the chair.
Principal of Technical Training Center (TTC) Gaibandha Abdur Rahim, assistant director of district employment and manpower office NesarulHaque addressed the function among others.
At least 10 job providing organizations including RFL, Singer, Dutch Bangla Pack, Walton, Recruiting Agency Al Zahoor International, TTC, Manpower and Employment Office, GUK participated in the fair.
Some 300-trained men and women of the district participated in the job fair and submitted resumes and necessary information for employment in the country and outside the country.
Then, the Organizations initially selected 100 CVs and out of them 40 candidates got job based on their merits.
NazmulHaque, a job seeker who came to the fair said, “We usually go for interviews in different parts of the country. Then if you are lucky you get a job. Coming to the job fair, we knew a lot of information. I was also able to learn various techniques which help me mange a job easily”.
AftabHossian, coordinator of GUK said, “We had organized the fair mainly to establish a connection between the job providing organizations and and job aspirants”.
The elite of the district highly lauded the GUK and its officials for arranging such the fair for the job seekers.