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APSCHE to organise 'Card' programme on Apr 22

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Vijayawada, Apr 4 (UNI) The Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) will organise career awareness and recruitment drive 'card' programme here for two days from April 22.

Addressing a press conference here, APSCHE chairman K C Reddy said the card programme was an initiative to bring major information technology-enabled services (ITES) and information technology companies to the two tier cities as one of the projects of the institute of service management.

He said Institute of Service Management (ISM) and National Association of Software Services and Companies (NASSCOM) would also take the initiative to organise the card programme which was unique in the country.

The basic theme of the programme was to create awarness, he said adding the recruitment drive would give the students, faculties, managements of colleges and universities an idea on how to improve the employability of students through appropriate skill enrichment by bridging the educational rural-urban divide, thus making Andhra Pradesh, the premier port of call for all industry.

Mr Reddy said ten companies, including WIPRO and Infoysis had agreed to take part in the programe. The companies officials would conduct interviews for the students and recurit them in their companies after going through their talent and skill.

Acharya Nagarjuna University (ANU) Vice-Chancellor Prof V Balamohan Das, who was also present said the card would educate students and their parents about the various career trends and the importance of communicative skills irrespective of domain competence.

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