3000 engineers turned up to fill 270 vacancies
A crowd of educated unemployed youths turned up for the campus interview organised at a engineering college in Savli near Vadodara. More than 3000 engineers turned up for 270 vacancies and stand in long ques to try their luck.
On Saturday the campus of KJIT engineering college Savli was buzzed with students turned up to fill the vacancies in the campus interview organised in the presence of Assembly speaker Rajendra Trivedi. Around 5600 unemployed engineers registered online and 3000 were turned up for the campus interview at the college.
HR from nearly 22 companies of Central Gujarat turned up for the campus interview to choose the right candidate completed there degree and diploma from Mechanical, Electrical, Civil and Automobile courses. College Trustee Dharmesh Pandya, Savli MLA Ketan Inamdar and others remain present during the campus interview.