On Tuesday, March 1, 2022, the Career Development Center at The Millennium Universal College (TMUC) held its annual job fair on the Islamabad campus to connect and bridge the market gap between students and graduates and top organizations across Pakistan.
The Job Fair is an annual event hosted by TMUC with the goal of increasing industry-academia ties.
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“We believe that educational institutions should concentrate on the full student path, from student to professional,” says the author. “Our focus remains on preparing future leaders for companies,” stated Noorulain Zafer, TMUC Pakistan’s Head of Career Development Center.
Employers from the corporate, legal, fashion, media, finance, IT, banking, and social sectors were represented at the Job Fair. HBL Microfinance Bank, Eighteen, Abs & Co, S & P Global, Mobilink Microfinance Bank, Telenor, PTCL/Ufone, AISEC, Deloitte, BNW accountants, Ben Dawood’s, Centre of Law and Security, and others were among the most prominent names.
Dr. M Ali Saeed, the rector, opened the event with a welcoming letter in which he addressed the students and explained the goal of the job fair. In addition to receiving professional guidance, the students participated in expert-led career clinics.
Several students were offered the opportunity to work as interns and workers for various organizations.
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“My interactions with a variety of employers set me apart from my classmates.” “This is the kind of professional development that TMUC has helped me achieve,” one student noted.
TMUC is dedicated to providing a platform for springboard opportunities and prospects that bridge the industry-academic gap, allowing millennials to gain firsthand knowledge of the practical utility of their academic credentials and acquire the skill sets required to excel in their respective professional endeavors.
The closing session began with the presentation of TMUC keepsakes to the distinguished visitors as a sign of appreciation.