The West Bengal Minorities Development and Finance Corporation (WBMDFC) organises Milan Utsav In a bid to support small entrepreneurs and businessmen.This year the focus was job fair in a view of providng employment and providing a platform to facilitate jobs.It organised a Mega Job Fair in partnership with Association of Muslim Professionals (AMP). Thousands of students met recruiters from various sectors and it had to be held in two phases on 2nd Feb and 5th Feb ) due to this unprecedented response from the job seekers. 95+ Corporates and HR Consultants across various industries participated with a turnout of more than 10,000 Candidates. Finally, 1000+ candidates were given on-the-spot offers by the recruiters while 3500+ were shortlisted for the next round of selection.
WBMDFC Chairman P B Salim said “The objective is to connect youth with all possible job opportunities. We also organised career guidance counselling with a view to guide students, particularly from minority communities, to take right job decisions. This has also helped to create a space for the right candidate with the right attitude and aptitude to find the right job”.
“Such fairs provide the advantage of multiple companies under one roof .It’s important to create such platforms and opportunities for our recruiters.” said one of the organisers.
WBMDFC will soon launch a book on the unsung heroes from the Muslim community. It would feature Ayehsa Noor who has fought all odds and braved many storms to make it to the International Karate Circuit. She was honored by the US Government for the grit and determination to fight all odds and inspire other girls