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KKEM job fair in Kochi on Dec 17 to fill 685 vacancies in IT companies

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Kerala Knowledge Economy Mission (KKEM)  in association with ICT Academy of Kerala is conducting a job fair at Rajagiri College of Management and Applied Sciences in Kakkanad, Ernakulam on December 17 to provide employment to young graduates. 

Top 52 companies will attend the job fair to recruit qualified candidates for filling an estimated 685 vacancies in approximately 185 IT-related job roles. An official release said Interested candidates can register for the job fair at or through the DWMS Connect App. For more information call 0471 2700811.

Apart from reputed companies such as NeST Digital, Global Surf, EJ Gates, Testing Mavens and Shell Square Software,  renowned IT majors are also participating in the job fair. In addition to positions in the IT and electronics sectors, applicants can also appear for IT-related positions in banking, financial services, insurance, education, telecom, supply chain, logistics, etc at the fair.  

KKEM is an initiative of Kerala Development and Innovation Strategic Council (K-DISC) that seeks to provide job opportunities to the educated youngsters in the state. The KKEM aims to provide employment to 20 lakh people in various job sectors within the next four years.

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