Jamshedpur, 16 Dec: Tata Steel Foundation CII Model Career Center held a Job Fair in Jamshedpur (Burmamines) on Thursday, 15 December.
TSF in collaboration with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has set up a Model Career Center (MCC) in Jamshedpur, with the aim of guiding/advising job seekers to pursue appropriate career choices and support them to provide better placement opportunities.
Rajesh Prasad (Joint Labor Commissioner) was invited as Chief Guest of the Opening Ceremony while Bom Baiju, Employer Officer, East Singhbhum, Capt. Amitabh, Head of Skill Development of Tata Steel, Saidarsan Panigrahy Head of HR, Tata Steel was present as a guest.
A total of 14 companies from the manufacturing and service sectors participated with 1000 specific job vacancies for undergraduate, ITI, Diploma, intermediate and matrix levels. This time, MCC introduced a QR-based IT solution to speed up the candidate registration, registration and interview process.
A total of 513 candidate participations were recorded using an IT application developed to track live status at the entry gate, job interview tally and exit process. Candidates also visit various short-term and long-term program counters of the Tata Steel Foundation Skill Development Initiative to register.
Employers will share the shortlisted or most recently shortlisted candidates with the Model Career Center within 15 days of conducting the final round of practical interviews.
In particular, MCC has provided a platform for a special group of job seekers who do not know or cannot access other job portals. While MCC’s services are open to all job seekers, the focus is on reaching young people from socially and economically marginalized sections of society. On the other hand, MCC provides support to the industry to hire the right talent pool to reduce skills gaps.