Access to Qualified Candidates
One of the benefits of participating in job fairs is that they give companies access to large pools of qualified candidates. For instance, many colleges and universities hold career fairs for their students. The events give employers the chance to recruit employees who are educated in specific subject areas. Job fairs can increase the number of resumes and applications companies receive from candidates who are actually qualified for the positions they need to fill.
Saving Time and Money
Businesses normally have to attract job candidates on their own by posting on job boards or company websites, and through other forms of advertisement. A job fair allows companies to connect with a large pool of potential employees without having to advertise. While companies may have to pay a fee to participate in a job fair, they can save time and money by allowing recruiters to zero in on exceptional candidates quickly, rather than using the scatter-shot approach of general advertising.
Connecting With Young Workers
Many school-hosted career fairs are held during the school year to give students the opportunity to connect with employers long before graduation. This also gives companies the opportunity to connect with young workers early on, before the best candidates go out into the broader job market and accept jobs. Career fairs also give companies the opportunity to hire college freshmen, sophomores and juniors as summer interns, forming relationships that may result in long-term employment in the future.
Companies Enrollment: 5,000/- (Early Bird) before May 26th 2015 later : 7,500/-
Candidate Enrollment : 100/- (Early Bird) before May 26th 2015 Later: 150/-
Date: 30th May 2015
Swami Vivekanada Institute of Technology, Near Clock tower, Secunderabad.
Timings 9AM to 3PM
Eligibility: Degree,B.Tech,MBA,MCA,Pharmacy 2011,2012,2013,2014,2015 batches