DWIT Job Fair 2017 Slated for May 26 – Targeted to Computer Science Students

DWIT Job Fair 2017
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Organized by Deerwalk Institute of Technology, the DWIT Job Fair 2017 is a pioneer event to bridge a gap that exists between software companies and educational institutes of Nepal. It is primarily an event where established firms and companies will offer jobs to the students based on their potential.

This event is exclusively targeted at the students majoring in the Computer Science degree. More than a dozen software industries along with a handful of start-ups are expected to join the event. All of them will be provided a platform to vouch for their companies and recruit any aspiring potential candidates.

Students from any colleges with Computer Science background are encouraged to walk-interview with different software companies of Nepal. The companies will be providing full-time job or internship as per their requirements and capabilities of the applicants.

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The event is scheduled for 26th May 2017 at Deerwalk Complex, Sifal, and the entry is free of cost. Applicants are enquired to visit the job fair website and register their participation. The event will commence at 10 a.m. and is expected to end at 5 p.m.

“We have worked very hard to make this event possible. If you are planning to have a career in Computer Science, then this is a must-attend event. Top Software Companies in Nepal under a single roof offering jobs to undergraduates, what more can you ask for?”- says Prayush Shrestha, one of the event organizers for the DWIT Job Fair 2017.

In order to get answers to your queries regarding the event and registration, you can visit the website: jobfair.dwit.edu.np.



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